September 19, 2010
Old Puck Clue To Hockey's Birthplace?
Could this old puck prove Nova Scotia was the birthplace of hockey? CTV News has the full story, including video.
"While doing repairs on the pond last week, Andrew Dill thought he found something that might prove the pond's connection to the game's earliest days -- an old hockey puck.It's bigger and heavier than a modern puck, and in very rough condition. But it appears to be engraved with a large R.The puck is also an example of early rubber construction and now seems barely held together."
Posted by Joe Pelletier at 11:34 AM