Edmonton Hockey Club 1907
Edmonton Thistles / Edmonton Hockey Club
Alberta & Saskatchewan Champions 1906-07 (Trophies)
North West Territories Champions 1904 (The Shield)
William Henry "Bill" Banford (captain), William Francis "Bill" Crowley, Jack "Hay" Miller, Frederick John "Fred" Whitcroft (manager), Chester Harold Deeton, Albert Stephen "Bert" Boulton, Walter "Shorty" Campbell, Allan Gordon Parr, Robert "Bob" Holly.
President - J. A. McKinnon
Commitee - A. M. Stewart
Commitee - A. J. Kemp
The Edmonton Hockey Club / Edmonton Thistles played at The Thistle Rink and the South Side Covered Rink in Edmonton.
Founded as the Edmonton Hockey Club in 1905, the club helped found the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association in 1907.
In 1907 senior amateur Hockey was organized into two tiers; the "A" level saw associations from Edmonton, Strathcona and Battleford, Saskatchewan. This "A" level was only technically amateur. A second "B" level was formed that was "pure amateur."
In 1909 and 1910, the Edmonton Hockey Club would challenge for the Stanley Cup. Although the club was technically amateur, the club hired Tommy Phillips, Didier Pitre and Lester Patrick for the challenge, and only one player who had played from the regular season played in the challenge against the Montreal Wanderers. They lost the two-game series to the Montreal Wanderers.