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Hockey 1900-1909. American Amateur Hockey League or (_____) Teams based in the _____ ______ _____area, 1 st ________ ________in the US in _____ Through the 1900s, the New York Crescent Athletic Club, based in Brooklyn, dominated the league, winning 8 championships from 1900 -1910.

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    1. Hockey 1900-1909 • American Amateur Hockey League or (_____) • Teams based in the _____ ______ _____area, • 1st ________ ________in the US in _____ • Through the 1900s, the New York Crescent Athletic Club, based in Brooklyn, dominated the league, winning 8 championships from 1900 -1910

    2. Hockey 1900-1909 • Teams were ____ _____–based, (BUT talent came from _______) • ____________, a hotbed of hockey, formed the Twin City League in 1902–1903(teams from the Minneapolis and St. Paul area) • Amateur leagues existed for short periods in ___________, __________, ___________D.C., ___________, and __________as well. • Outside of city or regionally based teams, ___________took up the sport and developed ___________that grew in the 1900s.

    3. Hockey 1900-1909 • _________of 1900, the __ team __________ _________ ___________(______, _________, ________, _______, and ______) • Harvard supplanted _______as the dominant team • _________wins 4 straight league titles(until _________broke the streak in the 1906–7 season) • ___________finished off the decade with its 2nd championship in the 1909–1910 season • ______ ______, who entered _________in 1910, would be the impetus for their success into the next decade

    4. Hockey 1900-1909 • ________ _________, from ___________, ____________, • _______of _______began his career in _______ • Went to the prestigious ___ ____ ______ in New Hampshire • __________ amazing stick work led to the only defeat that Princeton's Tigers would face that season • The skills he developed, both at ___ _____ and during practice at __________, would set the stage for his emergence in the 1910s as one of the _________ ___________ players of all time.

    5. Hockey 1900-1909 • _________ College entered competition in the 1905–1906 season • Dartmouth (1908–1909) had a remarkable year finishing 2nd in the intercollegiate league to Harvard (They also went the entire season without registering a single penalty) • Hockey, like football, had begun to struggle with images of __________ and __________ • In 1907 the sport's 1st official fatality occurred. Players began to suffer injuries such as broken limbs, having their ______ sliced open by skate _______, and their heads opened up by violent ______ ______

    6. Hockey 1900-1909 • The _____, already alerted to the _________ in college football, focused on the _______ acts and began to question if ________ would become just another example of unregulated ___________ in sport • Dartmouth's _______-___ _______and relative success on the ice provided hope that hockey need not be relegated to a game of __________ _________

    7. Hockey 1900-1909 • Professional hockey’s ____ debut was in _____ starring the _________ ______ • On that first team, __ out of the __players were ________ • “____” ________was the leading scorer for the Lakers • 1902–1903 team picture, which included “_______” the mascot dog, referred to the team as the champions of the _____ • Season Record ___-___-___ • Scored _____ goals • Gave up only ____ goals • In the playoffs, they tied the Pittsburgh Bankers ___-___ in the 1st game before defeating them in the 2nd contest ___-___ to win the U.S. Championship

    8. Hockey 1900-1909 • The Portage Lakers were the 1st professional hockey team in 1903–1904 and they ______ only ___ of their ____ games, including the __________ • Their only regular-season loss came at the hands of ________ ___ 7-6. • In the U.S. playoffs, they lost to the _______ _________ 5-2 • After their repeat victory as U.S. Champions, the ______hosted Canada's best team, the ________ ___________at the _____________ in Houghton

    9. Hockey 1900-1909 • Over 5,000 fans watched as ________ defeated ________ by scores of 8-4 and 9-2 to claim the title of ________ ____________ • An integral part of the Lakers' success was the acquisition of _________ ________ Hancock High School State Champions 1904-1905

    10. Hockey 1900-1909 • A local high school star in not only hockey, but also in _______ and __________ , ______ became the key __________ for Portage • _________ , the 1st great ________-_____ hockey player, was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975 joining his teammate “Doc” Gibson, a charter member of the Hall in 1973

    11. Hockey 1900-1909 • In 1904–1905, Portage joined 3 other clubs to form the _____________ ___________ __________ (IHL). • The IHL attracted many of the best __________ players • IHL teams primarily came from the Upper Peninsula region of ___________ but also included a team from Sault St. Marie (_______) (allowing the founders to legitimately claim international status) • In 1905–1906, a Pittsburgh franchise from the former Western Pennsylvania Hockey League joined the IHL • _____________-___________Lakes played in the Amphidrome on Portage Lake

    12. Hockey 1900-1909 • __________ home ice was in the __________ • Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan (aka _________ ______) competed at their local curling rink named the Ridge Street Ice-A-Torium • Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario's (__________ ____) home ice was at the local curling rink • _____________ found a home in the Duquesne Gardens • Unfortunately, Portage would be the only IHL team to win the championship • The league operated for only __ seasons and folded when competition from professional leagues in ______ lured away the top __________ ___________

    13. Hockey 1900-1909 • As a professional league, the IHL could not compete for the ____________ _____ • ________, however, issued challenges after both the 1905 and 1906 seasons to the Stanley Cup Board of Directors in an effort to be able to play the ________ ________ _______ in a championship series (Both times they were turned down) • Professional teams were not allowed to compete for the Cup until after the formation of ___________ professional leagues in 1908 • As a result of the ________ _____ being given in 1908 to_____________ ________, a new cup for _________ _____ was established that same year by _____ ___ ___________ _________ to replace the __________ _______

    14. Hockey 1900-1909 • Hockey at the amateur, semiprofessional, and professional levels __________ in the ________ • Leagues __________ , had __________ success, and then __________ with regularity • None sustained continued ________ to catapult the sport into the __________ consciousness into the next ________

    15. Hockey 1900-1909 • The collegiate game had a little more stability. • Regardless of the organizational struggles, hockey developed some incredible players during this period who would go on to earn Hall of Fame recognition and become idols of the game.