Ice Hockey - The first Stanley Cup champions, 1893 - The origin of ice hockey is unknown, however, ice hockey probaly evolved from the game of field hockey that has been played in Northern Europe for centuries. The rules of modern ice hockey were devised by Canadian J G A Creighton. In 1875, the first game of ice hockey with Creighton's rules was played in Montreal, Canada.
Canadiens' Jean Béliveau holds up four pucks to mark his four-goal night in his team's 4-2 win over the Boston Bruins at the Montreal Forum on Nov. 5, 1955. At left is linemate and fellow future Hall of Famer Bert Olmstead. Bert Olmstead, a Hall of Fame playmaker who won five Stanley Cups and skated alongside some of the game’s greats, has died at age 89. MANDATORY CREDIT: DAVID BIER, GAZETTE FILES - 2001 SNOWBOUND
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