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Kimball Union Academy

This winter, Kimball Union Academy celebrates 125 years of interscholastic hockey with its 87th year of boys’ hockey and its 38th year of girls’ hockey on their picturesque hilltop campus in Meriden, NH. Since the first season of boys’ hockey in 1935-1936, and the opening season of girls’ hockey in 1985-1986, ... More

Exeter High School

The boy’s and girl’s hockey teams at Exeter High School have been among the most successful in the state since their respective inceptions. The roots of the boys’ program were planted with Exeter Youth Hockey, which was founded in 1961. The team went on to win the NH Bantam championship in 1965-66 and some of ... More

Alpine Club

The Alpine Club can trace its roots in New Hampshire back to its founding in 1927. Well-known throughout New England for its snowshoe competition and still existing today as a social club, it formed a hockey team in 1963 that competed in the Granite State Hockey League for two seasons and for one year as an independent ... More

Manchester Regional Youth Hockey Association

For more than 50 years, the Manchester Regional Youth Hockey Association (MRYHA) has given boys and girls of all ages and abilities the opportunity to play, enjoy and compete in the sport of hockey. In 1964, the Manchester NH Junior Hockey League was created with a mission of “teaching young boys between the ages of 6 ... More

Manchester Monarchs

Forty years before the creation of our present-day Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League, there was a highly skilled local bunch also known by the same name. Those original Monarchs played in the six-team senior-amateur New England Hockey League, and every weekend local fans jammed the old JFK Coliseum to ... More

Saint Anselm College

The hockey program at Saint Anselm College started unofficially in the spring of 1968 as a result of a chance meeting between Jim Dooley ‘70 and Frank Harrington. Hockey at Saint Anselm up to that point was largely a loose-knit club operation with few practices or games and without official uniforms or a coach. ... More

New England College

The history of hockey at New England College dates to the mid-1960s, when a handful of students traveled from the Henniker campus to Everett Arena in Concord to play pickup games. In 1968, a club team was formed, fueled by the promise from then-NEC president Jere Chase to sanction a financially supported varsity team if ... More

Hanover High School

Before he took over as the head coach at Hanover High School, some 32 years ago, Dick Dodds was just another youth player who marveled at the program’s history and tradition. “As a kid growing up in the youth hockey system, you go to all the games and can’t wait until it’s your turn,” he said. Few high ... More

Concord High School

From the days of games at Memorial Field and White Park in the 1930s, to present-day success at the Douglas N. Everett Arena, Concord High School hockey has thrived like few other programs in the state. The Crimson Tide have won eight state championships and made 19 appearances in state championship games. Some of their ... More

UNH Wildcats

The 2004-05 season is the 78th for University of New Hampshire hockey, and it has come to the point where much has been accomplished and much is expected of the Wildcat team – season after season. Four appearances in the NCAA Frozen Four over the past six years … ten NCAA tournament appearances in the past 13 seasons ... More