The Trail Museum and Archives invited the Martin family and friends to the unveiling of ‘61 Smoke Eaters World Champion goaltender Seth Martin’s homemade hockey mask on Monday. The museum acquired the rare find through an auction, and invited the Martin family and friends to an informal ceremony. From left back: daughters Patty Stopanski and Lynne Kay, wife Bev Martin, daughter Susan Martin, Tiger Milburn and Lou DeRosa, and Sandy Hart from Trail Historical Society. Front: Museum collections coordinator Addison Oberg and manager Elinor Morrissey.

The Trail Museum and Archives invited the Martin family and friends to the unveiling of ‘61 Smoke Eaters World Champion goaltender Seth Martin’s homemade hockey mask on Monday. The museum acquired the rare find through an auction, and invited the Martin family and friends to an informal ceremony. From left back: daughters Patty Stopanski and Lynne Kay, wife Bev Martin, daughter Susan Martin, Tiger Milburn and Lou DeRosa, and Sandy Hart from Trail Historical Society. Front: Museum collections coordinator Addison Oberg and manager Elinor Morrissey.

Trail museum adds Seth Martin mask to collection

The museum acquired the rare find through an auction

The Trail Museum and Archives invited the Martin family to the unveiling of ‘61 Smoke Eaters World Champion goaltenderSeth Martin’s homemade hockey mask (exhibit behind) on Monday.

The museum acquired the rare find through an auction, and invited the Martin family and friends to an informal ceremony.

See more on the Museum’s most recent sports acquisitions in the Thursday, Aug. 25 edition of the Trail Times.

Read: Historic meeting for ‘61 Trail Smoke Eaters



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