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Richard Boucher

Dick is one of the legendary hockey players to come from Hockey Town USA (Berlin). His hockey career began in grammar school where he starred on the Angel Guardian team and won two Parks and Recreation championships. Dick played wing for three years on the Notre Dame varsity team from 1950 through 1953. Notre Dame won ... More

Rev. MSGR. J. Alpheri Lauziere

Monsignor Lauziere who's hockey history dates back to 1914 in the state, was one of the architects of "Hockey Town USA", the moniker given to Berlin, New Hampshire after the success of his Berlin Maroons hockey club. Described in newspaper accounts as a "cool business head." Lauziere financed the club year after year, ... More

Rev. Msgr. Omer Bousquet

Fr. Bousquet, pastor of the Guardian Angel Parish in Berlin, New Hampshire for 36 years, was one of the pioneers of North Country hockey. With the help of an entire city, Bousquet built the Notre Dame Arena board by board, providing a home to local high school teams as well as the famed Berlin Maroons. With Fr. Bousquet's ... More

Albert ‘Al’ Adams

Albert Adams is a hockey legend in his hometown of Berlin, New Hampshire. A co-captain of the Berlin High School team in 1944 before he left to join the US Marine Corps, Adams returned to Berlin to play amateur hockey after playing for three years on the defensive corps at UNH. Adams played three seasons for the Berlin ... More