Kimberley Dynamiters Hockey Team, 1966: 0152.0015

Kimberley Dynamiters Hockey Team, 1966
0152.0015

0152.0015: Kimberley Dynamiters Hockey Team, 1966

Kimberley Dynamiters, 1965-1966. Back row from left: Les Lilley (coach), Frank Carlson, Ken McTeer, Paul Sinclair, Harvey Nash, Ken Willey, Reo Touzin, Wayne King, Marcel Mongrain, Don Laurient, John Stone (trainer). Front row from left: Doug McDonald (manager), Chuck Passmore, John Manchester, Dick Vincent, Jim Ratcliffe, Bob Wardle, Tick Beattie, Walt Peacosh, Wally Souter, Bill Steenson.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1966
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (0152)

Keywords:

hockey team photo arena coach uniform hockey sticks skates

Subjects:

People arrow Lilleyarrow
People arrow Carlsonarrow
People arrow McTeerarrow
People arrow Sinclairarrow
People arrow Nasharrow
People arrow Willeyarrow
People arrow Touzinarrow
People arrow Kingarrow
People arrow Mongrainarrow
People arrow Laurientarrow
People arrow Stonearrow
People arrow Passmorearrow
People arrow Manchesterarrow
People arrow Vincentarrow
People arrow Ratcliffearrow
People arrow Wardlearrow
People arrow Beattiearrow
People arrow Peacosharrow
People arrow Souterarrow
People arrow Steensonarrow
Sports arrow Hockeyarrow
Cities arrow Kimberleyarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Services arrow Arenas and Skating Rinksarrow

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