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PlayerCurrent TeamBirth DatePlace of BirthMedia
Arbour, Jack (D)   Mar 7, 1899Waubaushene, ON, CAN
Bellefeuille, Pete (RW)   Oct 19, 1901Trois-Rivieres, QC, CAN
Briden, Archie (LW)   Jul 16, 1898Renfrew, ON, CAN
Brown, Stan (D)   May 9, 1898North Bay, ON, CAN
Brydge, Bill (D)   Oct 22, 1901Renfrew, ON, CAN
Connors, Bob (LW)   Oct 19, 1904Glasgow, GBR
Cooper, Carson (RW)   Jul 17, 1899Cornwall, ON, CAN
Duncan, Art (D)   Jul 4, 1891Sault Ste. Marie, ON, CAN
Foyston, Frank (C)   Feb 2, 1891Minesing, ON, CAN
Fraser, Gord (D)   Jan 3, 1902Pembroke, ON, CAN
Fredrickson, Frank (C)   Jun 11, 1895Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Gordon, Fred (RW)   May 6, 1900Fleming, SK, CAN
Green, Red (LW)   Dec 12, 1899Sudbury, ON, CAN
Halderson, Harold (D)   Jan 6, 1900Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Hart, Gizzy (LW)   Jun 1, 1902Weyburn, SK, CAN
Hay, George (LW)   Jan 10, 1898Listowel, ON, CAN
Herberts, Jimmy (C)   Oct 31, 1897Cayuga, ON, CAN
Holmes, Hap (G)   Feb 21, 1892Aurora, ON, CAN
Keats, Duke (C)   Mar 21, 1895Montreal, QC, CAN
Kitchen, Hobie (D)   Feb 8, 1904Toronto, ON, CAN
Loughlin, Clem (D)   Nov 15, 1894Carroll, MB, CAN
Meeking, Harry (LW)   Nov 4, 1894Berlin, ON, CAN
Noble, Reg (C)   Jun 23, 1896Collingwood, ON, CAN
Oatman, Russell (LW)   Feb 19, 1905Tillsonburg, ON, CAN
Palangio, Pete (LW)   Sep 10, 1908North Bay, ON, CAN
Riley, Jim (LW)   May 25, 1897Bayfield, NB, CAN
Sheppard, Johnny (LW)   Jul 23, 1903Montreal, QC, CAN
Stuart, Herb (G)   Mar 30, 1899Brantford, ON, CAN
Traub, Percy (D)   Aug 23, 1896Elmwood, ON, CAN
Walker, Jack (LW)   Nov 29, 1888Silver Mountain, ON, CAN
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I downplayed the first one because I thought it's just a hockey game. We just want to win the game; it's against our rival and we want the two points. I downplayed it, but now having gone through the first one I look back and say, 'Geez, that was really cool.' I think as I've grown a bit older I've got a lot more appreciation for what we're allowed to do every day.

— Capitals forward Brooks Laich on the 2015 NHL Bridgestone Winter Classic, the second one of his career after 2011 in Pittsburgh