Intercolonial hockey: Truro at St. John's in February 1901
- The St. John's Hockey Association sent invitations to a number of Maritime communities to play a hockey series in Newfoundland. Truro Nova Scotia accepted the invitation and travelled for a series of three games at the Prince's Rink in St. John's.
- Edward P. Morris (later Baron and Prime Minister of Newfoundland) donated a cup to be awarded as a trophy to the champions of a series between teams from St. John's and Truro, Nova Scotia.
- Truro won the series and returned to Nova Scotia with the Morris Cup.
- Final score: Truro 6 St. John's 2
Game 2: February 9, 1901
Final score: Truro 1, St. John's 0
- Winning goal for Truro scored by Hay
Game 3: February 11, 1901
- Final score: Truro 3 St. John's 3