THE KENORA THISTLES, 1907 In January, 1907, a hockey team from Kenora, comprising E.Giroux (goal), A.H. Ross(point), S.I. Griffis(coverpoint), T. Hooper (rover), W. McGimsie (centre), R. Beaudro (rightwing), and T. Phiooips (captain and left wing), defeated the Montreal Wanderers in two challenge games at Montreal to win the Stanley Cup. The team was coached and trained by J.A. Link. The trophy, emblematic of the Canadian championship, had been presented by the Governor General, Baron Stanley of Preston, in 1892. Kenora is the smallest town ever to win the Cup.

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In the Harbourfront Park, near the Thistle Pavillion, Kenora, ON
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