Forget the Stanley Cup – in 1971, the T.J. Rugg Trophy was the one to win

By Stan Fischler

Historians have argued for decades over the precise birth of hockey in Canada. But when it comes to when and where professional table hockey was born in Manhattan, Stan Fischler has no problem citing the site, players and purse. After all, he and his wife, Shirley, were behind the whole thing. More

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