We are happy to welcome you back to the Birthplace of Hockey Museum. We have been working to create a safe experience for you and our staff. Check out our “Know before you go” guide to help prepare you for your visit.
Wednesday – Sunday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Monday – Tuesday: Closed
Child – Free
Youth – $2.80
Adult – $3.90
Senior – $2.80
Family – $8.65
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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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 sharp shooter and member of the famed 1963-64 Windsor Maple Leafs, who won the Maritime Senior A title, and were defeated by the Ottawa Montagnards in the Allan Cup semi -finals.
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