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Walter (Scuddy) Phelan

Walter Phelan was one of the original seven players on Peterborough’s first official hockey team in 1891. From then until 1898 he was a slick centre in both hockey and lacrosse specializing in face-offs and playmaking. Phelan was considered by the then team president, Dr. Kenner, as “ a truly unselfish player and Peterborough’s most reliable man”.  After leaving the area in 1898 he became a hockey and lacrosse coach at an athletic club near Pittsburgh, USA.

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Peterborough born, Jamie Batley was an all-round good athlete, excelling in every sport that he played. He played football, basketball, and lacrosse at Kenner Collegiate, winning several COSSA lacrosse titles. He played all-star hockey from pee-wee to major midget; was drafted by the Sault Greyhounds and played a few games with the Peterborough Petes. It […]

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John J. (Jack) McCabe

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Clinton (Jan) Magee

Clinton (Jan) Magee

As a youth Jan Magee was an all-round good athlete. He played Church League Hockey pee-wee to midget; Peterborough Minor Baseball winning the 1965 Ontario Pee-Wee Baseball Championship; was on the swimming and diving team at the YMCA; played minor lacrosse for Bridgenorth and Peterborough and five years of basketball and football at PCVS.  Lacrosse […]

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