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Windsor is a town of about 4000 people in central Nova Scotia, Canada.

Birthplace of Hockey[edit | edit source]

Long Pond, Windsor, Nova Scotia.jpeg

The community lays claim to being the birthplace of hockey with games played on Long Pond.

Teams[edit | edit source]

  1. (Canning-Wolfville-Windsor League, 1926-1927)
  2. (Windsor-Wolfville League, 1927-1928)
  3. (Valley Senior Hockey League, 1929-1941)
  4. (Valley Senior Hockey League, 1947-1955)
  5. Nova Scotia Senior B Hockey League, 1955-1956)
  6. Valley Intermediate Hockey League, 1956-1959)
  7. Nova Scotia Senior Hockey League, 1959-1964)
  1. (Mainland Junior B Hockey League, 1984-1992) league renamed NSJBHL
  2. (Nova Scotia Junior B Hockey League, 1992-2006) league renamed NSJHL
  3. (Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League, 2006-2012) took leave of absence, then fold, replaced by Valley Maple Leafs


Arenas[edit | edit source]

Links[edit | edit source]

Windsor Hockey Heritage Centre

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