7 Results for group: officials

Brian Murphy

Brian Murphy, who grew up in downtown Dover, spent 32 years as an official in the National Hockey League. He is one of just a handful of men to officiate more than 2,000 games in the NHL and one of just two Americans. Murphy was a player himself growing up, a goalie for Dover Youth Hockey and Dover High School, and ... More

Don McKinnon

A New Hampshire resident since 1960, when he moved to Durham to assist his wife’s father in the millwork business, Don McKinnon became one of our state’s most accomplished on-ice officials calling five NHIAA state championship games, hundreds of college games, and many games in the Granite State Hockey League and New ... More

Leonard ‘Red’ Brochu

He had enough. After pinning one player under his knee, taking another off his back and throwing a third over the boards, the 6-foot-2, 250-pounder glided over to the Montreal Police bench and in so many words told them if they didn't clean it up, the game wouldn't continue and they could settle their issues off the ... More

Dick Theriault

Dick Theriault isn't exactly sure. He never kept count. He is confident, though, that his seasonal average was about 40 high school games, plus a dozen or so college games. And, too, there were those many youth hockey games all of that officiating spread across 31 years, non-stop.The grand total? Oh, let's conservatively ... More

John J. ‘Tarzan’ Healy

Whenever there's a conversation about the forefathers of Concord hockey, the name "Tarzan" always comes up."Tarzan" was John Healy and he left an indelible mark on several hundreds of youth hockey and high school players in the community, both for his officiating and for his coaching.He was a lifelong resident of Concord ... More

Bernard Arguin

Ben started playing ice hockey while attending school in Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada from 1944 to 1947. In the 1948 and 1949 seasons, Ben captained the Notre Dame' hockey team and was the leading scorer in his senior year. In those two seasons, Notre Dame won the New Hampshire Ice Hockey State Championships.In 1949, at ... More

Pierre Belanger

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 ... More