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New Glasgow Cubs
|New Glasgow Cubs|
|City||New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
|Captain||Stoke Doran (1912–13)|
The New Glasgow Cubs, later the New Glasgow Black Foxes, were a professional ice hockey team from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia in Canada. The team played for three seasons in the Maritime Professional Hockey League (MaPHL), between 1911–1914.
In December 1906, as an amateur team, the Cubs challenged the Montreal Wanderers of the ECAHA for the Stanley Cup, losing 3-10 and 2-7 over two games at the Montreal Arena. It was the first Stanley Cup challenge series were professional players were allowed to participate, and the Wanderers played with both pros and amateurs while the Cubs were strictly amateur.
- Stanley Cup Annual Record 1906 (Dec) (nhl.com)
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