Twin City Cyclones, Lewiston, 1929
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The Twin City Cyclones, a legendary Franco-American hockey team, was organized by J.B. Marcotte in 1926. Marcotte transformed his garden space on Central Avenue into a skating rink by flooding it with a garden hose drawn from his cellar. This photo shows the team after winning their second consecutive junior championship.
Seated, from left: Roland Gagnier, Ronaldo "Babe" Tremblay Roy, Gérard "Kiko" Leblanc, Marius Legendre, Roland Saucier.
Standing, from left: Roger Saucier, Fern "Monk" Lepage, Gérald "Gidi" Saucier, Henry "Hank" Desjardins, Julien "Jules" Deshaies, team manager.