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About Paul White in history-articles.com, highlights the genres that have captivated my interest, that of publishers, editors and most importantly, my readers.
Cyclone Taylor was hockey's first superstar. Born in Tara Ontario, he was involved in a controversy in Ottawa which still has not been resolved.
The Chin Brothers dominated in their hockey league which drew attention from the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
1920s Owen Sound Hockey Stars NHL-Bound: The 1920s saw young Owen Sound hockey players make their mark in professional hockey across North America.
Norm Locking Chicago Black Hawks & Former Owen Sound Grey was known for his hard and deadly shot in Al Capone's Chicago
The 1927 Owen-Sound-Greys with a priest serving as coach named Jack Spratt and not one experienced defenseman were an unlikely Canadian National Hockey Champion
Owen Sound's Police Force - The Big Four were legendary in their maintaining the peace efforts in a rowdy Great Lakes port in the early 1900s
Rocket Richard, Montreal Canadiens superstar sniper was a goal-scoring nightmare for goalies especially for one NHL goaltender in particular.
1960-Owen-Sound-Greys-Stars who went on to NHL action including Doug Brindley, Jim Schoenfeld, and Jack Lynch brought Owen Sound a reputation as a hockey hotbed
Paul MacDermid was born in Chesley Ontario, through hard work and determination enjoyed a 12 year NHL career, before keeping junior hockey alive in Owen Sound
Southampton hockey history in the early years featured a distinct line of defense in the local arena and stories of interesting "road" trips.
Meaford Knights Hockey: The 1953-54 Championship Knights' line-up had of several pairs of brothers. Many felt that the brothers made a winning difference
Durham Yellowjackets hockey team were a force to be reckoned with in Intermediate hockey in the 1930s.
Newspapers hold a special place in the history of any community, and the Owen Sound Sun Times, and its predecessors, beginning with the Comet are no exception.
A pioneer road surveyor's impact on the local history of Grey and Bruce could have been dramatic, if it had not been changed by another road surveyor.