The Lindsay Hockey Club was formed in Lindsay, Ontario during the 1889-90 season. Lindsay played exhibition matches with some Ottawa clubs including the Viceregal Club from Ottawa, who were touring Ontario and promoting the game of hockey to towns outside of Ottawa. Although they lost those games, they were seen as a strong aggregation.
In 1890-91, Lindsay Hockey Club joined the Ontario Hockey Association and competed in the senior series. In the playoffs, it was defeated by Queen's University in the semifinals. During that season, they played a few exhibition matches with Toronto teams, winning both games played there, and then lost a game against Ottawa Rebels to conclude their season. Lindsay didn't compete in the OHA in '91-92, instead just played some exhibition matches. They returned to the OHA during the 1892-93 season, where they lost both games and were eliminated by Peterborough Hockey Club.
Lindsay would not be seen in the OHA again until the 1895-96 season, where they entered into the junior series and were eliminated during the group round robins. They would again take a few years off before entering a team in the 1898-99 intermediate series, where they showed improvement and won their group before bowing out before the Kingston Frontenacs. Lindsay would go on to compete regularly in the OHA.
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