Although the game of hockey is regarded by most historians as a decidedly Canadian game, its most famous trophy was created in London, England.
On June 11, 1888, Lord Frederick Arthur Stanley was sworn in as the sixth Governor General of Canada, appointed by England's reigning monarch, Queen Victoria. Within weeks, 14-year-old Isobel participated in what is regarded as the first women's hockey game, which took place on the Rideau Hall Rink behind the Governor General's official residence in Ottawa.
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Jean Beliveau's stoicism and Maurice Richard's icy glare are central to city lore, but little is known about the five other teams -- the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, the Victorias, Shamrocks, Wanderers and Maroons -- whose players hoisted Lord Stanley's cup 17 times.
Montrealers seem to have bequeathed the narrative of their hockey history to the National Hockey league, which, according to historian Michel Vigneault, isn't particularly interested in telling stories that predate the league's inception 100 years ago.