On This Day in Canada’s History (October 25)     

On this day in Canada

Below are the major events that occurred in Canada’s history on this day, October 25:

  • 1918: The Canadian steamship “Princess Sophia” struck a reef off the coast of Alaska, resulting in the tragic loss of 343 lives.
Canadian steamship "Princess Sophia"
  • 1925: Lester Patrick assumed control of the New York Rangers.
  • 1926: Lester Patrick made history as the first coach and general manager of the New York Rangers.
Lester Patrick
Lester Patrick
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