/ Ice Skating, Lion Ice Sculpture, etc. Montreal Winter Carnival Ice Hockey Tournaments were a series of annual ice hockey tournaments.
Held in the 1880s in conjunction with the Montreal Winter Carnival, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Montreal Winter Carnivals were week-long social and recreational festivals held during the 1880s. Organized largely by the city's sporting clubs, the Winter Carnivals were centered on winter sports and other. Activities such as tobogganing and snowshoeing. In 1883, the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association was asked to add sports to the events to be held with the.
The association was affiliated with the Montreal Snow Shoe Club. McGill Hockey Club, they organized a four-team tournament, played partly outdoors on the Saint Lawrence River. The trophy for this tournament is on display at the McCord Museum in Montreal.
First held in 1883, these tournaments are considered to be the first championship ice hockey tournaments and. Predecessors to the first championship ice hockey league.
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3.8 x 6.25 inches