Professional Hockey

Some articles on professional hockey, professional, hockey:

Toronto Professional Hockey Club
... The Toronto Professional Hockey Club was Toronto's first professional ice hockey team, founded in 1906 ... The team played the 1906–07 season in exhibition games against other professional teams ... were founding members of Canada's first fully professional ice hockey league the Ontario Professional Hockey League (OPHL) ...
List Of Ice Hockey Teams In Saskatchewan
... The province of Saskatchewan is home to five Western Hockey League teams, twelve Junior A teams – eleven in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and one in the Alberta Junior Hockey League – and one Junior B ... The first professional ice hockey teams in Saskatchewan were the Regina Capitals and the Saskatoon Sheiks who first played in the Western Canada Hockey League's (WC ... and the Moose Jaw Maroons joined the Prairie Hockey League (PHL) ...
Sports In Pittsburgh - Professional Sports - Hockey
... #Pittsburgh First played in Pittsburgh in 1895, ice hockey grew in popularity after the Duquesne Gardens opened in 1899 ... In 1901 the Western Pennsylvania Hockey League (WPHL), a semi-professional ice hockey league based in Pittsburgh in the early 1900s, may have been involved in the first trade involving ... In 1907, the WPHL was the first league to openly hire hockey players ...
Barney Holden
... Barney Holden (March 21, 1881 – October 27, 1948) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player who played 120 games in various professional and amateur leagues, including the National Hockey ... Citizenship - Canadian He is one of the very first professional hockey players in history ... He scored the first goal in the first game of the first professional hockey league game on December 9, 1904 in the Pittsburgh Duquesne Gardens ...

Famous quotes containing the word professional:

    I hate the whole race.... There is no believing a word they say—your professional poets, I mean—there never existed a more worthless set than Byron and his friends for example.
    Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke Wellington (1769–1852)