- Emblem, Dave (- )
International Career : Played for Australia.
- Emerson, Lee (- )
Club Career : Played for Billingham
- Emery Edge Trophy
- The name given to the NHL
Plus-Minus Award from 1983-88 when the trophy was presented by Emery
Worldwide, now based in Redwood City, California, USA - a company that
specialises in global air/sea transportation and logistics services to 229 countries around the world. The plus/minus
award was first presented in the 1982-83 season.
- Emile Bouchard Trophy
Awarded annually to the top defenceman in the Québec Major Junior Hockey League.
- See Empire State Junior
- Emma, David (1969- )
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1999
World Championships Pool A.
- Emmonds, George (1944- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain in the 1971
World Championships Pool C.
Club Career : Played for Whitley
- Emms, Leighton 'Hap' (1905-1988)
- Born in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. Played both left-wing and defence.
Club Career : Played for Montreal
Maroons & Stratford Nationals
1926-28, Windsor Bulldogs 1928-30, New
York Americans 1930-31, New York
Americans & New Haven Eagles
& Detroit Falcons 1931-32, Detroit
Red Wings 1932-34, Boston Bruins
& New York Americans 1934-35, New
York Americans 1935-37, New York
Americans & Pittsburgh Hornets
1937-38, Pittsburgh Hornets 1938-39,
Omaha Knights 1939-42 and St
Louis Flyers (two games) 1944-45. Coached Barrie Flyers.
- Empire Division
- Founded 1997. One of the divisions of the Western Conference of the American
Hockey League. Teams in this division in 1997-98 were Adirondack Red Wings, Albany River Rats, Hamilton
Bulldogs, Rochester Americans and Syracuse Crunch.
- Empire Pool (Empire Pool & Sports Arena)
Wembley, Middlesex, England. Opened in 1934. Built by Sir
Arthur Elvin and operated pre war as a dual
purpose Swimming Pool and Ice Rink. It was requisitioned by the Government in Summer 1940 and used, first as a dispersal centre for troops lifted off the Dunkirk beaches, then as a home for refugees from Holland
& Belgium and finally it housed evacuees from Gibraltar. Ice came back in December 1945.
Its full name was the Empire Pool
& Sports Arena but in 1976 it became known as Wembley
Home ice for : Wembley Lions and Wembley
Capacity : 10,000 seats
Ice pad size :
- Empire State Division
- One of the divisions of the now defunct Northern Conference of the American
Hockey League. The last season for the division was 1996-97.
- Empire State Junior Hockey League
- Referred to as EmJHL.
- Empress Hall
Venue for the World and European Ice Hockey Championships in 1950. See Earls Court Arena.
- Emrick, Mike 'Doc' (- )
- Born in LaFontaine, Indiana, USA. Play by play commentator for
Philadelphia Flyers 1988-93 & New Jersey Devils 1993- . Play by play
commentary for ABC's NHL coverage, OLNs coverage and the 1992, 1994 &
Honours : Won the Lester Patrick Trophy