Tag Archives: Hockey

boxing it up

Toronto. The first half of the last century, most families used the humble box camera, and my grandmother was no different. The photographer in her small family, she recorded family members, friends, and neighbours over the years, the majority snapped … Continue reading

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scoring in the frozen north

Toronto. Brrrr, it was real cold in 1905. Up in Dawson City, the guys put down their sticks and stopped flinging the rubber disk around long enough to let a local snap-shooter take this group photograph. David Shribman, published it … Continue reading

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hockey and photography? really?

Toronto. Well, sports photographers and some news hounds would agree that hockey and photos definitely do mix quite well. In fact, one of our exchange members is the Hockey Hall of Fame (HHoF) here in the Big Smoke. And a few … Continue reading

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He Shoots, He Scores!

NEXT TORONTO MEETING: Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 A Tour of The D.K. (Doc) Seaman Hockey Resource Centre. Our March meeting WILL NOT BE AT THE MEMORIAL HALL VENUE. Instead, we have a tour of the D.K. (Doc) Seaman Hockey Resource Centre which … Continue reading

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