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 three state championships during his tenure and Dick also participated in three New England High School Championships held in Providence, RI.

From 1953 to 1962, Dick played for the Berlin Maroons, in 1954 he played wing on the team that won the Senior Amateur Hockey Association’s U.S. National Championship.

From 1962 to 1965, Dick played for the Concord Shamrocks, and the Alpine Hockey Club when a serious injury ended his playing career.

Dick was one of the original organizers of the Manchester Blackhawks and was the team business manager from 1965 through 1971.

Because of his playing abilities in High School Hockey and at the Senior Amateur Level, Richard received the honor of being given honorable mention on the All New Hampshire Millennium Team.

Richard is the Chairman of the Board was the prime organizer of the New Hampshire Legends of Hockey.