Windsor Nova Scotia exit sign

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

Birthplace of HockeyEdit

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


  1. (Canning-Wolfville-Windsor League, 1926-1927)
  2. (Windsor-Wolfville League, 1927-1928)
  1. (Valley Senior Hockey League, 1929-1941)
  2. (Valley Senior Hockey League, 1947-1955)
  3. Nova Scotia Senior B Hockey League, 1955-1956)
  4. Valley Intermediate Hockey League, 1956-1959)
  5. 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
  4. (Metro Valley Junior Hockey League, 1967-1978) expelled from league



Windsor Hockey Heritage Centre

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