Biography - Pierre Belanger

Born August 29, 1946
Notre Dame De La Guadeloupe, Quebec
Inducted February 17, 2002

Played three years of varsity hockey at Berlin High School, where he was a co-captain and the top scorer his junior and senior years, as well as New Hampshire's leading scorer his senior year. He moved on to Oswego State University where he was a captain for three years and the team's top scorer for two years. He still owns the school records for most goals in one game (7), most assists in one game (8), most points in one game (12), and average number of points in a game (3.45) at Oswego State, which made him a clear choice as the first ever inductee into the Oswego State Hockey Hall of Fame in 1989. Pierre was a member of the Johnstown Jets and Long Island Ducks in the Eastern League from 1969-1970. He also refereed eight Beanpot Tournaments, seven NCAA Final Fours, and games in the AHL, and the North American Hockey League. Belanger now dedicates a great deal of his time to officiating at the high school and collegiate levels, in addition to his current position as Supervisor of Off-Ice Officials for the Manchester Monarchs AHL team

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