School Re-enactment Teams

King's-Edgehill School

Front row (left to right) Brad Andrews, Brandon Kyle, Jim Mullan, Jim Gilbert, Nathanael Oram, Joe Mellanson, Andrew Home.

Back row (left to right) Mrs. Molly Penaluna, Mr. David Penaluna (Headmaster of King's-Edgehill School) and George Jordan from the CBC Mainstreet program.

Halifax Grammar School

Halifax Grammar School Youth team that played King's-Edgehill School in the hockey re-enactment game at Long Pond is the same school where the "Father of Organized Hockey", James Creighton received his early education.

Front row: B.J. Fourgere, David Stewart, Michael DeGrasse, Stephanie Conde, Jeff Englehutt, Andy Norman.
Back row: Drew Vodrey, David Cohen.

Howard Dill's little grandson, 2 year old Michael, with hockey stick in hand, marks the 6th generation on the Dill Family Farm.

The combination of verified sources gives historical credence to Nova Scotia's claim to being the birthplace of Canadian Hockey."
A.J. "Sandy" Young


"Hockey was born and lives right here!"( David Battistella, Toronto, Ontario, Nov. 1999)

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