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The Seattle Metropolitans, 1917
Dolan, Edward F. The National Hockey League -- Toronto : Smithbooks, 1994. P. 29
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Jacques Plante holding his face mask. On the back of the photo is written: "Hiver 1960"
Library and Archives Canada/Jacques Plante Collection/PA-195211
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Hockey team of Great Britain at the European Championships held at Davos, Switzerland, 1926
Podnieks, Andrew [et al.]. -- Kings of the ice : a history of world hockey. -- Richmond Hill (Ont.) : NDE Pub., 2002. -- P. 160
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Earliest known photograph of women playing hockey, taken at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, circa 1890. Isobel Stanley, Lord Stanley's daughter, is wearing white.
McFarlane, Brian. Proud past, bright future: one hundred years of Canadian women's hockey -- Toronto : Stoddart, 1994. P. 6
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The Seattle Metropolitans, 1917
Dolan, Edward F. The National Hockey League -- Toronto : Smithbooks, 1994. P. 29
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The first Stanley Cup champions, 1893
Podnieks, Andrew [et al.]. -- Kings of the ice : a history of world hockey. -- Richmond Hill (Ont.) : NDE Pub., 2002. -- P. 19
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Members of the Winnipeg Falcons hockey team (with an officer and unidentified woman) aboard RMS Grampian, en route to the 1920 Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.
National Archives of Canada/Konrad Johannesson collection/PA-111330
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Members of the Winnipeg Falcons hockey team (with an officer and unidentified woman) aboard RMS Grampian, en route to the 1920 Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.
National Archives of Canada/Konrad Johannesson collection/PA-111330
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Hockey team of Great Britain at the European Championships held at Davos, Switzerland, 1926
Podnieks, Andrew [et al.]. -- Kings of the ice : a history of world hockey. -- Richmond Hill (Ont.) : NDE Pub., 2002. -- P. 160
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Earliest known photograph of women playing hockey, taken at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, circa 1890. Isobel Stanley, Lord Stanley's daughter, is wearing white.
McFarlane, Brian. Proud past, bright future: one hundred years of Canadian women's hockey -- Toronto : Stoddart, 1994. P. 6
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Page from the diary of Arthur Henry Freeling, dated January, 1843, with mention of playing hockey on the ice
National Archives of Canada/ Arthur Henry Freeling fonds/ e001217372
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Jacques Plante holding his face mask. On the back of the photo is written: "Hiver 1960"
Library and Archives Canada/Jacques Plante Collection/PA-195211
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Page from the diary of Arthur Henry Freeling, dated January, 1843, with mention of playing hockey on the ice
National Archives of Canada/ Arthur Henry Freeling fonds/ e001217372
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The first Stanley Cup champions, 1893
Podnieks, Andrew [et al.]. -- Kings of the ice : a history of world hockey. -- Richmond Hill (Ont.) : NDE Pub., 2002. -- P. 19
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The Montreal Gazette. -- (March 4, 1875). -- P. 3
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The Montreal Gazette. -- (March 4, 1875). -- P. 3
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WHAT IS THE GAME OF HOCKEY?
The Daily British Whig. -- (March 11, 1886). -- P. 3
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WHAT IS THE GAME OF HOCKEY?
The Daily British Whig. -- (March 11, 1886). -- P. 3
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THE HOCKEY SCHEDULE
The Daily Standard. -- (December 16, 1898). -- P.1
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THE HOCKEY SCHEDULE
The Daily Standard. -- (December 16, 1898). -- P.1
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HOCKEY SEASON OPENED
The Morning Chronicle. -- (January 7, 1899). -- P. 5
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HOCKEY SEASON OPENED
The Morning Chronicle. -- (January 7, 1899). -- P. 5
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GOVERNOR-GENERAL’S CUP. A Handsome Trophy Presented to the M.A.A.A. Last Night. Lougueuil Boating Men Hold Their Annual Meeting - Football News and Sporting News in General.
The Montreal Gazette. -- (May 16, 1893). -- P.8
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GOVERNOR-GENERAL’S CUP. A Handsome Trophy Presented to the M.A.A.A. Last Night. Lougueuil Boating Men Hold Their Annual Meeting - Football News and Sporting News in General.
The Montreal Gazette. -- (May 16, 1893). -- P.8
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MONTREAL THE CHAMPION. The Ottawas are Defeated After a Splendid Game. PINS FOR THE VICTORIAS. To Play Pool for Big Money -- St. Lawrence Yacht Club -- Capron and Sutton at Billiards -- General.
The Montreal Gazette. -- (March 23, 1894). -- P.8
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