Rudolph "Rudy" Pilous - Born August 11, 1914 in Rosser (Winnipeg), Manitoba – Died December 5, 1994 in St. Catharines, Ontario was a Canadian ice Hockey left winger, coach, manager, owner, scout and promotor.
Co-founded the St. Catharines Falcons of the Ontario Hockey Association / OHA Junior "A" in 1943.
- United States Hockey League / USHL Champion 1948 as coach of the Houston Huskies
- Lester Patrick Cup (Phil Henderson Cup) Champion 1949 as coach of the San Diego Skyhawks
- Memorial Cup Champion 1954 as coach and 1960 as general manager of St. Catherines Teepees
- George Richardson Memorial Trophy Champion 1954 as coach and 1960 as general manager of St. Catherines Teepees
- J. Ross Robertson Cup Champion 1954 as coach and 1960 as general manager of St. Catherines Teepees
- Stanley Cup Champion 1961 as coach of the Chicago Black Hawks
- Western Hockey League / WHL Governor’s Trophy Winner in 1964 as coach of the Denver Invaders
- Avco World Trophy / Avco Cup Champion 1976, 1978, 1979 as general manager of Winnipeg Jets.
Rudy Pilous was inducted in the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame in 1985
Rudy Pilous was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (builder) in 1985