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The Boston Hockey Club defeated the Westmount hockey team, of Montreal, Canada, in the Boston Arena, Saturday evening, by the score of 6 to 0.
The mediocre team-play of the Canadian forwards was unable to make any impression upon the Boston team's defence. Poor support on the part of the visitors handicapped their best player, Duckett, who, nevertheless, played a brilliant game.
For the Boston Hockey Club S. T. Hicks '10 and F. D. Huntington excelled in offensive play. On one occasion, Hicks carried the puck from the middle of the rink, and scored unaided.
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