Fort Frances Canadians
The Fort Frances Canadians were a senior ice hockey team in the Northern Amateur League, from Fort Frances, Ontario. The team was organized following World War II, and led by player-coach Pat Wilson. The Fort Frances Canadians were finalists in the 1951 Allan Cup, and champions of the 1952 Allan Cup. Goaltender Ray Frederick, and defenceman Ed Kryzanowski, both played in the National Hockey League after being part of the Fort Frances Canadians.
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