For a set that includes just nine cards, the 1923-24 Owen Sound Greys series packs an historical wallop. Then again, so did the Greys. Nearly a century ago, the club ranked as one of the top junior outfits in the country. Comprised of six local boys and three out-of-towners, the Greys – named for the county in which the team was based – went 22-2-2 to dominate the Ontario Hockey Association. Their explosive offense, led by future NHLers Ralph “Cooney” Weiland and Melville “Butch” Keeling, tallied 204 goals while the defense limited opponents to just 69. Keeling, whose nickname was…

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