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Preston Rivulettes Women's Hockey Team

Preston Rivulettes Women's Hockey Team

Photos by Alan L Brown - Posted July 2018

Preston Rivulettes Women's Hockey Team



Photo Source - Wikipedia



Photo Source - Wikipedia

Plaque Location

The Region of Waterloo
The City of Cambridge
In front of Preston Memorial Auditorium
Hamilton Street at Bishop Street South

Coordinates: N 43 23.281 W 80 20.941


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Plaque Text

Considered the most successful early women's hockey team, the Preston Rivulettes had an almost unbelievable record of winning more than 95 percent of their games during the team's ten-year existence. Remarkably consistent, the Rivulettes skated away with most provincial, regional, and national championships between 1931 and 1940. Led by the dynamic Hilda Ranscombe, on right-wing, they attracted large, enthusiastic crowds for a fast-paced, exciting brand of amateur hockey. These Canadian hockey legends pushed the boundaries of women's sport, and continue to inspire and remind us of the proud history of women's ice hockey.

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