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Mystery Player on a Mystery Team

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Mystery Player on a Mystery Team

Kevin Shea
Posted March 27, 2017

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Can you help identify this player or his uniform? Could the "SF" stand for Smiths Falls? San Francisco? Or even St. Francis? Perhaps it is a mercantile league team and the letters represent the company name? The winter scene in the backdrop seems unlikely for a sunny locale like California. Join us on the SIHR member email discussion forum (http://www.sihrhockey.org/__a/public/elist.cfm) or send an email to webmaster@sihrhockey.org.

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