Herder Memorial Trophy: A History of Senior Hockey in Newfoundland and Labrador
The competition for the senior hockey championship and the Herder Memorial Trophy in Newfoundland and Labrador began in 1935. This book looks at the early days of amateur competition for the coveted trophy, through its glory days of paid players and its eventual retu to the grass roots level in the 1990s. It includes a listing of winning teams-and players-for each year.
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The Faulkners Show the Way
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The Quest for the Allan Cup
Back to the Local Level
Appendix A The Herder Champions
Alex Faulkner Allan Cup Andy Sullivan Bell Island Bern Fitzpatrick Bill Windsor Blue Caps Bon's Cal Dunville Cataracts CeeBees championship Charlie Babstock chipped Clobie Collins coach Conception Bay Corner Brook Corner Brook Royals Cyril Power Dave decision Don Howse Doug Dwyer Ed Oates Flatrock Flyers four goals Frank Dorrington Frank Finlayson game four game three Gander Gary George Faulkner goal and three goaltender Grand Falls Herder final Herder Memorial Trophy Hugh Wadden Jack Faulkner Jacques Allard Jim Dawe Jim Penney John's Capitals Juan Strickland Kirby Dumaresque Kirk Johnson losers markers Mike Kelly netted two goals Noel Vinnicombe opening game overtime pair of goals players playing-coach playoffs points Randy Pearcey Robert Bradbury Russ Adam scored three scored twice second game semi-final Shamrocks shutout Southern Shore Stephenville Steve tallied Telegram Trophy Terry Gillam third game three assists three goals Two-goal performances victory in game Walsh winners Zane Forbes