Niagara Ice Hockey Club
The Niagara Ice Hockey Club were an early ice hockey team in the United Kingdom. They played at the Niagara Ice Rink, York Street (now called Petty France), close to St James's Park tube station in London.[a] Contemporary accounts of the early history of British ice hockey refer to Niagara being the first English club champions in 1898.
- Niagara was the first artificial ice skating rink in London (SFP staff 1927).
- SFP staff (16 March 1927), "Ice carnivals of long ago", The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (1884-1942), p. 6
- IHJUK (2008), Ice Hockey History (in the United Kingdom), archived from the original on 1 February 2012
- Harris, Martin C. (2005), Homes of British Ice Hockey, Stroud: The History Press, ISBN 9780752425818
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