Much more than a sports museum, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a vibrant, immersive and interactive celebration of hockey. The Hockey Hall of Fame is home of the Stanley Cup and the finest collection of hockey artifacts in the world.
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The New Jersey High School Ice Hockey Hall of Fame was established in 2009 to formally honor the contributions of the many outstanding players, coaches, teams and contributors to New Jersey high school ice hockey. The Hall of Fame honors the contributions and accomplishments of these individuals who are worthy of recognition as examples for others to emulate and serves as a symbol of appreciation of the excellence, honor, and devotion displayed by these celebrated individuals.
The Hockey Hall of Fame is a hall of fame and museum dedicated to the history of ice hockey. It was established in 1943 and is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Originally, there were two categories for induction, players and builders, and in 1961, a third category for on-ice officials was introduced. In 2010, a subcategory was established for female players.
The complex is home to dozens of world-class figure skaters and coaches, The Broadmoor Skating Club, Colorado College Men's Hockey, Colorado Gold Speedskating Club, The Broadmoor Curling Club, and numerous youth, high school, and adult hockey leagues. With two sheets of ice (one NHL - one Olympic), four jump harnesses, video analysis, and a ballet studio, The World Arena Ice Hall offers a comprehensive off-ice and on-ice training program that has attracted athletes from all over the world.
Joseph Henry "Bad Joe" Hall (May 3, 1881 – April 5, 1919) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. Known for his aggressive playing style, Hall played senior and professional hockey from 1902 to 1919, when he died as a result of the Spanish flu pandemic. He won the Stanley Cup twice with the Quebec Bulldogs and once with the Kenora Thistles
Ice Hockey. Lauralton Hall is part of a Co-op Girls Ice Hockey Team with Masuk High School and other area schools. Varsity.
Ice Hockey - An independent boarding and day school in Wallingford, CT for talented students in grades 9 through postgraduate. Students discover and define their unique selves with endless opportunities for exploration.
It was a choice that took her to the University of New Hampshire, a gold medal at the inaugural women's competition at the 1998 Nagano Olympics and the International Ice Hockey Hall of Fame.
Gjøvik Hockey (1993–) Gjøvik Olympic Cavern Hall ( Norwegian: Gjøvik Olympiske Fjellhall or Fjellhallen) is an ice hockey rink located within a mountain hall in Gjøvik, Norway. With a capacity for 5,500 spectators, the hall also features a 25-meter swimming pool and telecommunications installations.