Little Native Hockey League puck

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The Little Native Hockey League (LNHL), also known as the Little NHL, is the largest annual ice hockey tournament for First Nation youth in Ontario, Canada. History The Little Native Hockey League was founded by Earl Abotossaway, former Chief Jim McGregor, James D. Debassiage, Reverend Leonard Self, and Norman Debassiage in 1971. They established the tournament on the basis on four pillars: education, citizenship, sportsmanship, and respect.[3] The inaugural tournament took place in Little Current on Manitoulin Island during Christmas break in 1971 and featured seventeen teams and 200 players. The largest holding of the event was the 2018 Little NHL tournament, which attracted 209 teams and about 3,000 players and was held in Mississauga.

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