'Monumental contribution' hailed by Harper

October, 25 2009

Nearly 80 years after his death in Ottawa, and burial at a city cemetery in an unmarked grave, the man widely hailed as the founding father of modern hockey has been honoured with a modest stone marker, a plaque highlighting his achievements, and glowing praise from Canada's best-known hockey history buff: Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

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