The Birthplace of Hockey Museum is open for the summer season.
Hours & Admission
June 16 – Oct 2
Wed – Sun; 10-4
Free admission for July and August, 2021
For information on special viewings or group tours, please contact us at 902-798-1800 or by email at BirthplaceOfHockey@gmail.com
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While enjoying fresh air and exercise on our grounds and trails, we remind everyone to follow NS Public Health’s guidelines and restrictions regarding physical distancing, mask-wearing and gathering limits. Thank you for your understanding and continued support. By working together, we can ensure that everyone remains safe and healthy.
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Kings College School Hockey Champions in 1966
The Kings College School hockey team won the Nova Scotia Headmaster A Hockey Championship in March 1966.
This team featured some of the very best players to come out of Windsor, Nova Scotia. Joe Robertson had a six year pro career in the AHL and WHA.
Dave Andrews played four years of pro hockey in the Netherlands and is former president of the AHL. In 2010, Andrews was a recipient of the prestigious Lester Patrick Trophy for contributions to hockey in the United States.
Percy Paris was a scout in the International Hockey League, and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, and later had a career in politics.
Billy Boyd was a well known sharp shooter who went on to play for Acadia University for a few seasons and then played for the Windsor Alpines in 1972-73 when they won Maritime Intermediate “B” Championship.
Back Row (L-R): Billy Greenshields; Ron Mundle; John Burkart
Middle Row (L-R): Bruce Burnham (manager); Bob Fowler; Doug Harding; Percy Paris; Sean Goodyear; John Poole Warren
Front Row (L-R): Billy Boyd; Jim Nicholson; Joe Robertson; Chuck LeCain; Dave Andrews; Brian Mosher; Don Miller