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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on March 16th, 2024

Winnipeg Victorias
Victoria Hockey Club of Winnipeg

Manitoba and Northwest Hockey Association Senior Champions

Team Roster
L to R - Rod Flett, Tom "Attie" Howard, Whitey Merritt (goalie), Tote Campbell, Jack Armytage, Dan Bain, Fred Higginbotham.

The Winnipeg Victorias would challenge the Montreal Victorias for the Stanley Cup, and on February 14, 1896 at the Victoria Skating Rink in Montreal they played a 1 game challenge with Winnipeg winning the Stanley Cup with a 2-0 win.

Jack Armytage scored the Stanley Cup winning goal, while Tote Campbell scored the 2nd goal and Whitey Merritt became the 1st goalie to wear leg protectors ..... white cricket pads in a Stanley Cup game.

Rod Flett is Métis (First Nations).

Sourced from President's Collection.


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