Windsor Hockey Heritage Society Receives Starr Shield

1924 Starr Shield with Windsor Hockey Heritage Board

Starr Shield from 1924 with board members of the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society

August 17, 2015, Windsor Nova Scotia, Believed to have been destroyed in a fire in 1947 – 1948, the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society is now the proud owner of the rediscovered 1924 Starr Shield Trophy.

The 1924 Starr Shield has an interesting and exciting history woven with its earlier predecessors: the Starr Trophy presented from 1897 to 1909 and an earlier (original) Starr Shield presented from 1910 through 1923. Each of these historic trophies was regarded as the ultimate reward for Maritime senior hockey between 1905 and approximately 1964. The 1924 Shield was recently discovered by dedicated hockeyist historian David Carter and subsequently secured through the successful efforts of Society members.

More details on this exciting find and acquisition by the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society for the Birthplace of Hockey will follow with an official ceremony to be announced.

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