Kingston Junior Hockey Club.
The team was called the Kingston Combines and featured players from the junior Frontenacs, Queen’s and RMC.
Champions of Eastern Canada 1926
Seated to the left of the Trophy is Hartland de Montarville Molson. Molson and his family would later own Molson Breweries and would buy the Montreal Canadiens in 1957. Molson was team president for a decade and the team won six Stanley Cup championships during that era.
Hartland Molson was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder in 1973.
Also on this team is George Franklin "Paddy" Patterson, who would score the very 1st Toronto Maple Leafs goal on February 17, 1927.
And Carl Voss, who was the NHL rookie of the year in 1933 and scored a Stanley Cup winning goal for the Chicago Black Hawks in 1938.
James T. Sutherland is referred to as the “Father of Hockey”, Sutherland was an ardent supporter of the game who worked diligently on its behalf. He was instrumental in the founding of the Memorial Cup in 1919.