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The Brantford Indians had their best OPHL season in 1908–09, finishing second behind the Galt Professionals. During the same season, on January 14, 1909 two of the players on the team, forwards Jack Marks (broken arm and fractured ribs) and Walter "Gid" Miller (cut off finger), were seriously injured when the team was involved in a train accident outside of Guelph, when the rear coach of the Grand Trunk Railway passenger train they were traveling with ran into a ditch and overturned.
- "Hockey team in a wreck" Ottawa Journal. Jan. 15, 1909 (p. 9). Retrieved 2020-07-31.
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