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Brendan Creagh

Brendan Creagh grew up in the Upper Valley, graduated from Hanover High School as the program’s all-time top-scoring defenseman, and later played four seasons at the University of Vermont and four seasons professionally. Born in Connecticut, Creagh grew up in Hanover and played youth hockey in the area. He was a ... More

Brian Foster

After starring at the University of New Hampshire, Foster played six years of pro hockey, including a one-game stint in the NHL with the Florida Panthers, and became the 11th goaltender in pro hockey history to get credit for scoring a goal. Foster grew up in Pembroke, and played youth hockey with the Concord Capitals ... More

Rich Ryerson

Rich Ryerson stood out at St. Paul’s School before moving on to Dartmouth College and helping the Big Green reach the Frozen Four in back-to-back seasons. Growing up in Concord, Ryerson left his mark at St. Paul’s, competing on the varsity team for four seasons. For his last three seasons, his coach was Legends of ... More

Jim Griffin

A standout youth player growing up in Berlin, Griffin went on to have a superb college career at two schools, helping lead Plattsburgh (N.Y.) State to the Division 2 championship game in both 1981 and ‘82. Growing up, when he wasn’t playing, Griffin was attending Berlin Maroons games or watching the Boston Bruins ... More

Wayne Pecknold

A British Columbia native, the late Wayne Pecknold made his mark in New Hampshire with the Concord Eastern Olympics. In seven seasons between 1967-74, he put up 57 goals and 181 assists for 238 points, the only defenseman among the team’s all-time top 10 in scoring. Born in Victoria, B.C., Pecknold was a standout in ... More

Maurice Couture

The late Maurice Couture, whose standout playing career for Sacred Heart spanned the entire existence of the team, is remembered as a marvelous stickhandler who could score from seemingly impossible angles with an accurate shot. Born in Concord in 1915, Couture grew up playing hockey on local ponds, including White’s ... More

George ‘Fuzzy’ Thurston

Known as “Mr. Hockey” in Exeter, the late George “Fuzzy” Thurston played amateur hockey until he was 66 years old, and also contributed greatly to the sport as a coach and referee. Born in 1903, Thurston learned to skate and play hockey on the Exeter River. A strong, hard-hitting defenseman despite his slight ... More

Roger Letourneau

Roger Letourneau moved to Berlin as a teenager and went on to have a standout career as a high-scoring forward for the Berlin Maroons, Concord Eastern Olympics and Concord Budmen in the 1960s and ‘70s. A native of the province of Quebec, Letourneau enrolled at Berlin High School as a junior in the fall of 1965 and ... More

Jeff Giuliano

Jeff Giuliano came out of Nashua to play on a national championship team at Boston College, play more than 100 games in the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings and craft a pro career than spanned 13 seasons.His formative hockey years were played in the Nashua Youth Hockey League and at St. Paul's School. As a left wing at BC, ... More

Ryan Weston

Even before there was a rink in his hometown of Henniker, forward Ryan Weston was showing the kind of skill as a Mite that would make him one of the top players to come out of New Hampshire.While attending John Stark Regional High School in Weare as a freshman, Weston skated for the New Hampshire Jr. Wildcats. He transfe... More