Kimberley Hockey: 0230.0154

Kimberley Hockey





Third Annual National COHA Oldtimers’

Hockey Tournament, Saint John, New Brunswick,


February 18-21, 1977


Standing, L to R:  Ellie Sherrard, Host; Bill Moore, President; Dick Vincent, C;

Ken McTeer, Johnny Young, Ron Hutchinson, Peter Leiman, Ed Legare, John Stone, Trainer;  Harvey Nash, Wayne King, Chuck Passmore, Don Rehill, A; Bill Brock,

Ron Allan, Host; Chris Sorenson, Mgr.;  Jack  Kavanagh, Press.


Seated, L to R:  Ed Babiuk, Tick Beattie, Bill Steenson, Gary Baker, Owen Mailey, Wally Souter, A; Ken Underhill, Walt Peacosh.


Missing from picture are:  George Gibson, Bob Wardle and Ken Willey.


0230.0154: Kimberley Hockey

Mason's Mens Wear Oldtimers hockey team photo at C.O.H.A. Oldtimers Tournament, Feb. 18-21, 1977 at Saint John, New Brunswick.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  February, 1977
Source:  KDHS Box 57;449.24
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (0230)


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