The Montreal Wanderers were an Canadian amateur, and later becoming a professional men's ice hockey team. The team played in the Federal Amateur Hockey League (FAHL), the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association (ECAHA), the National Hockey Association (NHA) and briefly the National Hockey League (NHL). The Wanderers are five-time Stanley Cup winners. Prior to the formation of the NHL, the "Redbands" were one of the most successful teams in hockey.
James Henry "Jimmy" Gardner was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward. His playing career started with Montreal Hockey Club amateur men's team of the Canadian Amateur Hockey League in 1900, where he played until 1903, winning the Stanley Cup twice, in 1902 and 1903 as one of the 'Little Men of Iron'. He then joined the new Montreal Wanderers of the Federal Amateur Hockey League. He then turned professional, playing two years for U.S. teams in Calumet and Pittsburgh before returning to Canada and the Montreal Shamrocks. He would return to the Wanderers in 1908 and play for the club until 1911, winning the Cup in 1908 and 1910. He joined the new PCHA and played for New Westminster for two seasons, before returning to Montreal to play for the Montreal Canadiens for two seasons before retiring as a player
Pembroke Wanderers Hockey Club (Club Haca Pheambróg in Irish) is a hockey club based in Sandymount, Dublin 4, Ireland. The club is affiliated to the Leinster Branch of the Irish Hockey Association. The Club fields 6 Men's teams, 8 Ladies teams, a large Colts and Fillies section, plus a Vets section. Field Hockey, or Hockey, is a team sport in which a team of players attempts to score goals by hitting, pushing or flicking a ball into an opposing team's goal using sticks.