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hi frinds,
By the early 1900s, women's teams were common throughout most of the Canadian provinces. On Feb. 11, 1891, one of the earliest newspaper accounts of a game between women appeared in the Ottawa Citizen. During those early days, many of the ladies preferred to play behind closed doors, with no men allowed. One privileged reporter who witnessed women competing in Saint John, New Brunswick, during those formative years wrote: "some of them are very swift skaters and they can dodge with the puck to equal some of the best men players."

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