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St. Paul’s School

Acknowledged as "the cradle of American hockey," St. Paul's School and hockey have been synonymous since the afternoon of November 17, 1883, when the School community gathered on the Lower School Pond to witness the first game ever played in the United States. From the beginning, hockey was more than a sport at St. Paul's ... More

Sacred Heart

Barney Colgan remembers the crowds. Red Adams remembers the rivalries. Pike Colgan remembers the cold. And Tom Champagne remembers how different the game was back then. But they, along with the other living members of the Sacred Heart Hockey Club, remember most fondly a game that shaped their lives and the city of Concord ... More

Phillips Exeter Academy

Ice Hockey has a long and storied history at Phillips Exeter Academy. Reviewing that history makes it clear that the early years of hockey were heavily influenced by the struggle to sustain play on natural ice despite the vagaries of winter weather. This early era was succeeded by play on an outdoor rink with artificial ... More

Notre Dame High School

It must have been a glorious moment on that long-ago day when the Berlin city road crew erected a sign over Route 16 that announced to all travelers entering the Paper City that they had just crossed over into Hockeytown, USA. And, indeed, the locals back then did have just cause to strut their pride. There was the ... More

Nashua Royals

From its inception in 1948, to the three straight Granite State Hockey League championship series it played against the Manchester Tam O’Shanters, to young Bobby Sheehan, who would go on to play eight seasons in the National Hockey League, the Nashua Royals amateur team left a large mark on the state’s hockey landscape ... More

Dartmouth College

Dartmouth College, on the eastern side of the scenic Connecticut River, has a stout hockey history tracable to 1904 when its first team was formed. It wasn't until January 20, 1906, though, that Dartmouth played its first intercollegiate game-a 4-2 win over Williams College at the Empire Rink in Albany, NY. After ... More

Manchester Blackhawks

The Manchester Blackhawk story was a Cinderella story and the team was a fairy tale team. They caught the attention of Manchester every Saturday and Sunday evening when they would meet an opposing team on home ice at the JFK Coliseum. The story of the Blackhawks started in the summer of 1964, when former owner Claude ... More

Concord Budmen

The Concord Budmen Hockey Club debuted at the Everett Arena in Concord, New Hampshire in the 1975-76 season as part of a newly formed New England Hockey League. The Budmen team was organized and nurtured by James Hayes and sponsored by his local Budweiser beer distributorship, New Hampshire Distributors, Inc. The new ... More

Berlin High School

Berlin High School will take the ice for its 84th season of hockey this winter. It owns one of the longest and proudest histories in any New Hampshire sport. The program's golden age came in the 1960s and '70s, when it won nine state championships and reached the title game  of the New England tournament four times, ... More

Berlin Maroons

Brown Company always has been a most influential factor in the lives of Berlin's citizens. And so, in Berlin's hockey beginning, we find Brown Co. guiding the destiny of the city's hockey players. Way back in the 1910-20 era, D. P. Brown of Dartmouth fame and also an owner of Brown Co., helped form a Mill League. Upper ... More