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Birthplace of Ice Hockey
Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
by Garth Vaughan © 2001
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Byron Weston
James Power
Dartmouth "Chebuctos"
Blaine N. Sexton
H. Carlton Smith
John Dunlop
Gerald "Ged" White
Ernie Mosher
Walter "Mutt" Aker

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Gerald "Ged" White

Gerald "Ged" White was born in Newfoundland and attended King’s College in Windsor in the early 1920s. He won a Rhode’s Scholarship and attended Oxford University where he played Ice Hockey for the Oxford Blues in the now famous European Tournaments. He later returned to Nova Scotia and became Headmaster at King’s College School where he taught and coached another generation of hockeyists in Windsor as the game continued to develop into the world’s great winter game.

See also John Dunlop

For More on King’s-Edgehill School today, see "Hockeyists" Links

 

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