St. Albans Church Hockey Team (Kenora), winners of the Church Hockey League in 1906–07 & 1907–08.
This team featured three MacKenzie brothers (Monte, Billy & Harry) who would go on to star on the Kenora Thistles amateur hockey team in the early 1910s. Billy and Harry later played for the Melville Millionaires and won the Allan Cup in 1915 with that team. Harold Hilliard also played for the Kenora Thistles.
Also on this team was Jack Hughes who was a spare player on the 1913 Allan Cup winning team of the Winnipeg Hockey Club. Hughes later coached Team Canada (represented by the Winnipeg Hockey Club) to a gold medal at the 1932 Olympics in Lake Placid.
Harold Hilliard and Harry MacKenzie both died in World War I, in August of 1918, Hilliard aged 28 and MacKenzie aged 25.