Saskatoon Quakers

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Saskatoon Quakers

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1945-1959, 1965-1971

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The Saskatoon Quakers were an ice hockey team that was based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The team existed from 1945 until 1959, and again from 1965-1971, playing in various senior and minor-professional leagues during that time. The Quakers represented Canada in 1934 World Ice Hockey Championships held in Milan, Italy where they won Gold.[1] In 1952, they captured the President's Cup as Pacific Coast Hockey League champions.

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