By Brian McFarlane
This is the guts and soul of hockey-the tale of greater than a century of the world's quickest recreation. In Brian McFarlands heritage of Hockey, McFarlane, one of many video games most beneficial and reconized commentators for "Hockey evening in Canada", retells hockey's heritage in a quick relocating yr by means of yr account of the game's origins, rule adjustments, nice video games, performs and trades in either average season and play-off motion.
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Dill claims that ice hockey was played in Windsor prior to 1810. In fact, Long Pond is credited by many as being the birthplace of hockey. Another historian, Dr. Sandy Young of Dalhousie University, supports Dill's theory. In his book, Beyond Heroes: A Sport History of Nova Scotia, Dr. Young points Page 2 Dr. Garth Vaughn (left) and pumpkin farmer Howard Dill (right) claim hockey was first played on Long Pond in Windsor, Nova Scotia circa 1800. to a quote by Thomas Chandler Haliburton in an 1844 London, England, periodical called Attaché.
For the first time in its history, the Stanley Cup had become an international trophy. Over the years, the Stanley Cup has received rude treatment at the hands of some of its holders, and many legends have sprung up around it. One story has it that the trophy was once kicked into the Rideau Canal in Ottawa by a drunken member of a Cup-winning team. The canal, fortunately, was frozen and when the punter sobered up hours later he was able to retrieve the silver cup. In another incident, in 1907, it nearly received a ducking in the Lake of the Woods at the hands of an enraged executive of the Kenora Thistles.
British journalist Ian Gordon, delving into the history of the game in 1937, concluded the idea for hockey originated at Windsor Castle. During the hard winter of 1853 [writes Gordon], Royal family members attending a house party at the country palace, looking for diversion on the frozen lake on the grounds, decided to play a form of field hockey on ice. Sides were chosen, sticks found and a wooden plug or stopper pried from a barrel was used as a puck. While Queen Victoria and her attendants stood by giving encouragement, officers of the Guards skated over the surface trying to score into a goal protected by the Prince Consort.