has been sold to the Canadian Museum of History. The Canadian Museum of History has acquired what is being called the world’s oldest known ice hockey stick. Known as the "Moffatt stick", the stick was analyzed by experts at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick. They say their results indicated that the wood used to make the stick was harvested from a single piece of Sugar Maple wood in Cape Breton in the mid-to late 1830s — making it the oldest hockey stick known to exist. Worlds oldest hockey jersey. 1894 1894 Queen's University Guy Curtis jersey, reputed to be the oldest hockey jersey in existence. Curtis was the premier athlete at Queen's University during the 19th century. Worlds oldest hockey puck. The First "Rubber Puck" used in the Kingston game 1886. Octogonal puck, cut from a lacrosse ball and believed to be the oldest puck in the world. Canada's first Olympic gold medal 1924. Unrivalled, the Toronto Granites hockey team from Canada crushed its opposition at the original Winter Olympics with combined total goals of 110-3, making it the single medal Canada earned in the 1924 Olympic Winter Games.