This cup was originally given out to the best amateur hockey club, but after several mergers between amateur hockey leagues, the cup became the defacto prize for the NHL bragging rights.
If you recognize this uniform "hey, that's the one sitting in grandma's attic" then phone in sick, because you just retired. These wool jerseys have disappeared. A panel of memorabilia experts last year have said that if one of these jerseys were to show up it would be worth at least $400,000.
Are they out there? Are these treasures stored in someone's attic or basement? If they are, let's hope they are found soon. 130 years of moths, rot, mold and mildew are sure to have taken a hard toll. So if you have an older relative in the Montreal area who has a hockey background, give them a call. You never know what might show up.
Tomorrow, #5. Wilt the Stilt shows what he's made of.