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History of Hockey
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New Hazelton hockey team, Hazelton, British Columbia, 1913
The Metcalfe [Ontario] Hockey Club, champions of Russell County Hockey Association, 1907
The 1929 Canadian National Railways (CNR) hockey team of Stratford, Ontario
Avondale Hockey Club, 1901-1902
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) hockey team, "A division", date unknown
Future hockey stars are instructed in the proper method of body checking, Arnprior, Ontario, January 1956
Vancouver's Asahi Athletic Club ice hockey team, 1919-1920. Front row, from left to right: E. Kitagawa, right wing; H. Yonemoto, center; Dr. H.M. Nomura, president; S. Matsumiya, goal; K. Matsubayashi, left wing. Back row, left to right: S. Kobe, defence; N. Matoba, defence; T. Furumoto, captain and rover; Y. Horii, substitute.
Vancouver's Asahi Athletic Club hockey team of 1919-20
The YMCA hockey team of Stratford, Ontario; 1907 City League champions and winners of the Makins Cup
Prisoners' hockey team, internment camp 132, Medicine Hat, Alberta, February 25, 1946
Kingston Junior Hockey Club, 1926, champions of Eastern Canada. To the left of the trophy is Hartland de M. Molson, future president of the Canadian Arena Company and the Montreal Canadiens.
Kingston Junior Hockey Club, 1926; champions of Eastern Canada
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