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Haanpää, Ari (- )
Forward.
Club Career : Played for JYP.
Honours : SM-liiga All Star Team winger 1991.
Haapalainen, Hannu (- )
Born in Finland. Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for Tappara Tampere.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1992 (player).
SM-liiga All Star Team
defenceman 1977 & 1980.
Haas, Derek (- )
Forward.
International Career (playing) :
Played for France in the 1987 Olympic Qualification Team, the 1987 World Championships and the 1988 Olympics.
International Career (managing) : Assistant Coach for France in the 1999 World Championships.
Habs
The nickname of the Montreal Candiens is 'les Habitants', commonly shortened to 'the Habs'. It is a French term originally applied to the farm-settlers of New France (now Quebec) in the 17th Century. The name Canadien was used in a similar way, referring to the local working people of Montreal at the time the team was formed.
Habscheid, Marc (1963- )
Born in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. Forward.
International Career :
Played for Canada (Junior) in 1982. Played for Team Canada 1986-88 & 1992-93. Played for Canada in the 1988 Olympics and the 1992 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Saskatoon Blades 1980-81, Saskatoon Blades & Edmonton Oilers & Wichita Wind 1981-82, Kamloops Blazers & Edmonton Oilers 1982-83, Edmonton Oilers & Moncton Alpines 1983-84, Edmonton Oilers & Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1984-85, Minnesota North Stars & Springfield Indians 1985-86, Team Canada & Minnesota North Stars 1986-88, Minnesota North Stars 1988-89, Detroit Red Wings 1989-91, Calgary Flames 1991-92, SC Bern & Team Canada 1992-93, Las Vagas Thunder 1993-94, Las Vagas Thunder & EV Zug 1994-95 and EV Augsburg 1995-96.
Medals :
Won Junior World Championship gold in 1982.
Hackett, Jeff (1968- ) 
Born in London, Ontario, Canada. Netminder. New York Islanders 2nd pick (34th overall) in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft. Retired in February 2004 because of vertigo.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1987-88. Played for Canada in the 1998 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for New York Islanders & Springfield Indians 1988-89, Springfield Indians 1989-90, New York Islanders 1990-91, San Jose Sharks 1991-93, Chicago Blackhawks 1993-98, Chicago Blackhawks & Montreal Canadiens 1998-99, Montreal Canadiens 1999-02, Montreal Canadiens & Boston Bruins 2002-03 and Philadelphia Flyers 2003-04.
Medals :
Won World Championship (Junior) gold in 1987-88.
Won the Calder Cup in 1990.
Honours : Won the Jack Butterfield Trophy in 1990.
Hadden, Greg (1970- )
Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Centre.
Club Career :
Played for Baltimore Bandits & Richmond Renegades 1995-96 and Nottingham Panthers 1996-03.
Medals : Won Benson and Hedges Cup 1996 & 1998.
Honours : BIHWA All-Star forward 1998-99.
Sekona Face To Watch - October 1998.
His number 11 jersey was retired by Nottingham Panthers.
Haddock, William (- )
Born in Swansea, Wales, UK. He became a hockey leader in Pittsburgh, Pensylvannia, USA.
International Career : Manager of the USA at the 1924 Olympics
Hadfield, Vic (- )
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1972 Summit Series.
Club Career : Played for New York Rangers.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team left-wing 1971-72.
Haenninen, Kirsi (- )
International Career : Played for Finland (Women) in the 1998 Olympics.
Hagerstown Bulldogs
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Hagerstown, Maryland, USA.  Youth team which plays in the Capital Beltway Hockey League.
Home ice : Hagerstown Ice & Sports Complex
Team colours : 
Haggarty, Jim (- )
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1936 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Port Arthur Bear Cats & Wembley Canadians 1935-36 and Wembley Monarchs 1936-39.
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1936.
Häggroth, Lennart (- ) 
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Sweden in the 1962 World Championships.
Honours : Best Goalkeeper World Championships Pool A in 1962.
Hagman, Matti (- )
Born in Finland. Centre.
Club Career :
Played for IFK Helsinki.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1992 (player). 
Won the Aarne Honkavaara Trophy in 1979-80.
Won the Jarmo Wasama Trophy in 1973-74.
Won the Veli-Pekka Ketola Trophy in 1979-80, 1982-83, 1983-84 and 1984-85.
SM-liiga All Star Team centre 1980 and 1983.
His number 20 jersey has been retired by IFK Helsinki.
Hagnauer, Jean-Pierre (1913- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for France between 1931 and 1938 (including the 1936 Olympics).
Club Career : Played for Rapid Paris.
Hague, Alan (1969- )
Club Career : Played for Sheffield Steelers 1993-94, Sheffield Steelers & Paisley Pirates 1994-95 and Solihull Barons 1995-96.
Hahn, Tom (- )
Club Career : Played for Streatham Bruins 1975-76.
Haidy, Gordon (1928- )
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Right-wing.
Club Career :
Played for Detroit Red Wings.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1950.
Haig, John (1973- )
Born in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland. Forward.
Club Career : Played for Kirkcaldy Kestrels 1987-88, Tayside Tigers 1988-89, Fife Flyers & Humberside Seahawks 1989-90, Humberside Seahawks 1990-91, Fife Flyers 1991-92, Ayr Raiders & Murrayfield Racers & Bracknell Bees 1992-93, Dumfries Vikings 1993-94, Dumfries Vikings & Blackburn Hawks 1994-95, Blackburn Hawks 1995-96, Kingston Hawks & Fife Flyers 1996-97 and Fife Flyers 1997- .
Medals : Won the Heineken League Division One 1991-92.
Honours : BIHWA All-Star forward 1997-98 & 1999-00.
Haig, Robert 'Bobby' (1969- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain.
Club Career : Played for Fife Flyers 1984-87, Dundee Tigers 1987-88, Tayside Tigers & Fife Flyers 1988-89, Humberside Seahawks 1989-90, Fife Flyers 1990-93, Fife Flyers & Dumfries Border Vikings 1993-94, Dumfries Border Vikings & Paisley Pirates 1994-95, Paisley Pirates & Murrayfield Royals 1995-96, Blackburn Hawks 1996-97, Lancashire Hawks 1997-98 and Blackburn Hawks 1998-99.
Medals :
Won the Heineken League Division One 1991-92.
Won the Heineken League Division One Play-offs 1991-92.
Haileybury HC
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Played in the National Hockey Association 1909-10.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Hainsworth, George (1895-1950)
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Netminder. Played senior hockey from 1912.
Club Career : Played for Montreal Canadiens 1926-33, Toronto Maple Leafs 1933-36 and Toronto Maple Leafs & Montreal Canadiens 1936-37.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1930 & 31.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1961.
Won the Vezina Trophy in 1927, 1928 & 1929.
NHL All-Star Roster in 1934.
Hajzer, Tibor (1954- )
Defenceman. Played 153 times for his country.
International Career : Played for Hungary in 8 World Championships 1974-1989. 
Club Career : Played for Ferencvárosi TC. 
Medals : Won 11 Hungarian Championships.
Hakala, Yrjö (- )
Born in Finland.
Club Career :
Played for TBK Tampere and Tappara Tampere.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1985 (player).
Won the Best Hockey Player of Finland Trophy in 1955 & 1958.
Won the Raimo Kilpiö Trophy in 1958-59.
Hakanen, Reijo (- )
Born in Finland. Forward.
Club Career : Played for Ilves Tampere.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1988 (player).
Won the Raimo Kilpiö Trophy in 1971-72.
SM-liiga All Star Team winger 1966.
Hakoah IHC 
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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Founded in 1955.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Honours : 
Håkons Hall
Lillehammer, Norway. Built in 1993.
Home ice for : Main hockey arena for the Olympics at Lillehammer in 1994. Will host the play-offs of the World Championships in 1999. Not used as a home ice by Lillehammer IK who use the smaller Kristins Hall.
Capacity : 9,900
Ice pad size :
Hal Laycoe Cup
Presented to the Outstanding Defenceman in the Western Hockey League.

1973-74 : John Barber (Phoenix Roadrunners)
Halder, Wally (- )
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1948 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Royal Canadian Air Force Flyers in 1947-48.
Medals : Won Olympic gold in 1948.
Halderson, Harold (Haldor) 'Slim' (1900-1965)
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Right-wing.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1920 Olympics & World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Winnipeg Falcons 1919-20, Saskatoon Crescents 1920-21, Victoria Cougars 1921-26 and Detroit Cougars & Toronto Maple Leafs 1926-27.
Medals : Won Olympic gold in 1920.
Won the Stanley Cup in 1925.
Won the Allan Cup in 1920.
Halford, Pete (1917- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1938-39.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canadian town said to be the birthplace of ice hockey.
Halifax Citadels
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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Played in the American Hockey League 1988-93.
Home ice : Halifax Metro Centre 1988-93
Team colours : 
Affiliations have included :
Qubec Nordiques
General manager :
Doug Carpenter 1988-89, Clement Jodoin 1990-93
Head coach :
Doug Carpenter 1988-89, Robbie Ftorek 1989-90, Clement Jodoin 1990-93
Halifax City Hockey League
Referred to as the HCHL.
Halifax Coliseum
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Previously named Halifax Forum.
Home ice for : Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1976-78
Capacity : 5,206
Ice pad size :
200 feet x 85 feet
Halifax Crescents
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Played in the Interprovincial Professional Hockey League 1910-11 and the Maritime Professional Hockey League 1911-14.
Home ice :
Team colours : 
Halifax Forum
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Re-named Halifax Coliseum in 1976.
Home ice for : Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1971-76
Capacity : 5,206
Ice pad size :
200 feet x 85 feet
Halifax Metro Centre
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Opened January 1978.
Home ice for : Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1978-84, Nova Scotia Oilers 1984-88, Halifax Citadels 1988-93, Halifax Mooseheads 1994-
Capacity : 9,629
Ice pad size :
200 feet x 85 feet
Halifax Mooseheads [web site]
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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Played in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League 1994- .
Home ice : Halifax Metro Centre
Team colours : red, white & black
General manager : Marcel Patenaude
Head coach : Al MacAdam
Halifax Rules
Prior to Montreal Rules, the rules governing hockey in Nova Scotia were those established by the Halifax Hockey Club in the mid-1800s. In fact, even after the Montreal Rules had been written, Halifax Rules continued to be used in Nova Scotia for some time. In 1937 Halifax Herald sports writer, James Power, documented the rules he had known in the late 1800s - here are some of the rules :
- the wooden puck could not leave the ice surface
- no slashing
- change ends after a goal
- forward pass allowed
- players stayed on the ice for the whole game
- goalies had to stand at all times
- there were two 30 minute periods with a ten minute break
Halifax St Mary's
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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Played in the Maritime Major Hockey League 1951-52.
Home ice :  
Team colours :
Halifax Socials
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Played in the Maritime Professional Hockey League 1911-14.
Home ice :
Team colours : 
Hall, Don (- )
Club Career : Played for Johnstown Jets 1953-54.
Honours : Won the George H Wilkinson Trophy 1953-54.
Hall, Glenn Henry (1931- )
Born in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada. Netminder.
Club Career : Played for Humboldt Indians 1947-49, Windsor Spitfires 1949-51, Indianapolis Capitals 1951-52, Edmonton Flyers 1952-55 (plus six games in 1952-53 & two in 1954-55 for Detroit Red Wings), Detroit Red Wings 1955-57, Chicago Blackhawks 1957-67 and St Louis Blues 1967-71.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1961.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975.
Won the Calder Memorial Trophy in 1956.
Won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 1968.
Won the Vezina Trophy in 1963, 1967 (with Denis DeJordy) & 1969 (with Jacques Plante).
NHL All-Star First Team 1956-57, 1957-58, 1959-60, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1965-66 & 1968-69.
NHL All-Star Second Team 1955-56, 1960-61, 1961-62 & 1966-67.
NHL All-Star Roster in 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968 & 1969.
His number 1 jersey has been retired by the Chicago Blackhawks.
Hall, Joseph Henry 'Bad Joe' (1882-1919)
Born Staffordshire, England. Defenceman. Started his career in 1902 with Brandon Regals and went on to play for nine other teams until he joined Quebec Bulldogs in 1910. Known as 'Bad Joe' for his high penalty count. Helped design the Tackaberry hockey boot. Died during the world wide flu epidemic which caused the 1919 Stanley Cup finals to be cancelled.
Club Career : Played for Quebec Bulldogs 1910-17 and Montreal Canadiens 1917-19.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1912 & 13.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1961.
International Professional Hockey League All-Star First Team in 1905-06 (when playing for Portage Lakes Professionals)
Hall, Martin (- )
Club Career : Played for Grimsby Buffaloes 1975-76.
Hall, Tony (- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain (Junior) in 1979.
Club Career :
Played for Billingham.
Medals : Won European Championship (Junior) Pool C bronze in 1979.
Hall of Fame - British
i. The first Hall of Fame was started in the Ice Hockey World in December 1948 by Rene Francis Galbraith 'Bob' Giddens and was published until 1958.
ii. The Hall of Fame was revived in 1986 by The British Ice Hockey Writers' Association with Tony Allen as the first curator.
Hall of Fame - Canada
See Hockey Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame - Finnish

Tampere, Finland. Located in the Finnish Ice Hockey Museum. Known as "Suomen Jääkiekkoleijonat" (= hockey lions of Finland). As of September 2001 there were 126 members.
Hall of Fame - French

Also known as the Oscar de la Glace. 
Hall of Fame - German

Augsburg, Germany. The German Ice Hockey Museum incorporates the German Ice Hockey Hall of Fame.
Hall of Fame - Russia
 
The Russian Hall of Fame opened on 6th March 2004 - the 50th anniversary of the first participation of the USSR in the World Championships. Although there is no physical home for the Hall of Fame at present, a new stadium to be built in Moscow for the 2007 World Championships will house the Russian Hall of Fame. Inductions to the Hall of Fame will be made twice during the season: December (during the Baltic Cup) & May (after the end of the season).
Hall of Fame - Slovakia
See Slovak Ice Hockey Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame - USA
See United States Hockey Hall of Fame
Halle, Denis (- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1975-76.
Hallenstadion (Chur)
Chur, Switzerland. 
Home ice for : EHC Chur
Capacity : 6,500
Ice pad size : 
Hallenstadion (Zürich)
Zürich-Oerlikon, Switzerland. The arena was built in 1950.
Home ice for : Zürcher SC
Capacity : 11,500
Ice pad size : 
Haller, Kevin (1970- ) 
Born in Trochu, Alberta, Canada. Defenceman.
International Career :
Played for Canada (Junior) in 1989-90. Buffalo Sabres 1st pick (14th overall) in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Regina Pats & Buffalo Sabres (two games) 1989-90, Buffalo Sabres & Rochester Americans 1990-91, Buffalo Sabres & Rochester Americans & Montreal Canadiens 1991-92, Montreal Canadiens 1992-94, Philadelphia Flyers 1994-96, Philadelphia Flyers & Hartford Whalers 1996-97, Carolina Hurricanes 1997-98 and Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1998- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1993.
Halliday, Craig (- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1980-81.
Halliday, Milt (1906-1989)
Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career :
Played for Ottawa Senators 1926-29.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1927.
Hallin, Mats (1958- )
Born in Esklistuna, Sweden. Left-wing.
Club Career :
Played for New York Islanders.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1983.
Halpern, Jeff (1976- )
Born in Potomac, Maryland, USA. Centre. 
Club Career : Played for Portland Pirates 1998-99 and Washington Capitals 1999- .
Halpin, Roy Andrew (1955- )
Born Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. A persistent back injury forced his retirement from hockey in 1985.
Club Career : Played for Dundee Rockets in 1981-85.
Honours : Elected to the British Hall of Fame in 1986.
Halsdorf, Alphonse (- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Luxembourg in the 1992 World Championships.
Halward, Doug (1955- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1973-74.
Hamacék, Jaroslav (- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Bohemia in the 1911 European Championships.
Club Career : Played for SK Slavia Praha.
Medals : Won European Championship gold in 1911.
Hämäläinen, Erik (- )
Club Career : Played for Jokerit Helsinki.
Honours : Won the Pekka Rautakallio Trophy in 1992-93.
Won the Matti Keinonen Trophy in 1992-93.
Hamar OL-Amfi
Hamar, Norway. Built in 1992. Northern Europe's largest wooden building. The full name of the arena is Hamar OL-Amfi (Olympic amphitheatre) Nordlyshallen (the hall of the Northern light). It was used for short-track and figure skating during the Olympics at Lillehammer in 1994. Will host two groups and a quarter-final in the World Championships in 1999.
Home ice for : Storhamar Dragons
Capacity : 6,000
Ice pad size :
Hamar Vest Hockey
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Hamar, Norway. Play in the Norwegian 4th Division.
Home ice : Storhamar Ishall
Team colours :
Hamburg (EHC Hamburg)
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Hamburg, Germany. Played in German Bundesliga.
Home ice : 
Team colours :
Hamburg Crocodiles
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Hamburg, Germany. Played in German Bundesliga Division 2.
Home ice : 
Team colours :
Hamburg Freezers [web site]
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Hamburg, Germany. Founded in 2002. Played in the DEL.
Home ice : Color Line Arena
Team colours :
 silver, black & light blue
General manager : ... 
Head coach : Dave King 2003-05
Hämeenlinna HPK
See HPK Hämeenlinna
Hämeenlinnan jäähalli
Hämeenlinna, Finland.
Home ice for : HPK Hämeenlinna.
Capacity : 5,000 (2,000 seats and 3,000 standing)
Ice pad size :
Hamhuis, Dan (1982- )
Defenceman. 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) 2000-01.
Club Career : Played for Prince George Cougars.
Hamill, Robert 'Red' (1917-1985)
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career :
Played for Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1939.
Hamill, Stephen (1978- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for Ireland in the 2004 & 2005 World Championship Division III.
Hamilton, Allan 'Al' (1946- )
Born in Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada. Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Canada (WHA All-Stars) in 1974 against the USSR.
Club Career : Played for New York Rangers & Buffalo Bisons 1967-69, New York Rangers 1969-70, Buffalo Sabres 1970-72, Alberta Oilers 1972-73, Edmonton Oilers 1973-80.
Honours : WHA All-Star A Team defenceman 1973-74 and 1977-78.
His number 3 jersey has been retired by Edmonton Oilers.
Hamilton, Bruce (- )
Born in Canada. Forward.
Club Career : Played for Perth Panthers 1948-55, SC Bern & HC Fribourg 1955-56 and Paisley Pirates 1956-59.
Honours : Top scorer for Perth Panthers in four seasons - 1948-49, 1951-52, 1952-53 & 1953-54.
Hamilton, Colin (1974- )
Netminder.
Club Career : Played for Fife Flyers 1991-92, Swindon Wildcats 1993-94, Peterborough Pirates 1994-95, Basingstoke Bison 1995-96 and Fife Flyers 1996- .
Hamilton, Don (- )
Forward.
Club Career : Played for Bristol Bombers 1938-39.
Hamilton, Dukes of
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Formerly the Toronto Marlboros. Played in the Ontario Hockey League from 1989-91.
Home ice :  
Team colours : Red, white and blue
Hamilton, Graham (- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for South Africa in the 1961 World Championships.
Hamilton, Hugh (- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1996-97.
Hamilton, Jeff (1977- )
Born in Englewood, Ohio, USA. Centre. 
Club Career : Played for Karpat Oulu 2001-02, Bridgeport Sound Tigers 2002-03, New York Islanders (one game) & Bridgeport Sound Tigers 2003-04 and Hartford Wolf Pack 2004- .
Honours : Won the Willie Marshall Award in 2003-04. 
Hamilton, Reg (1914-1991)
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career :
Played for Toronto Maple Leafs and Chicago Blackhawks.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1942 & 1945.
Hamilton Bulldogs [web site]
Logo © Hamilton Bulldogs
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Played in the American Hockey League in 1996- .  
Home ice : Copps Coliseum
Team colours : 
Affiliations have included : Dallas Stars 2004-05, Edmonton Oilers, Long Beach Ice Dogs, Montreal Canadiens 2002-08, Tampa Bay Lightning 2003-04
General manager :
Scott Howson, Bob Gainey 2006-07, Julien BriseBois 2007-
Head coach : Lorne Molleken 1996-98, Walt Kyle 1999-00, Claude Julien 2000-02, Claude Julien & Geoff Ward 2002-03, Doug Jarvis 2003- , Don Lever 2005-
Honours : Won the American Hockey League 2002-03
Hamilton Canucks
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Played in the American Hockey League in 1992-94.
Home ice :  
Team colours :
Hamilton Fincups
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Ontario Hockey League from 1975-76 & 1977-78.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Hamilton HRV
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Recreational hockey team.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Honours :
Won the Croatia Cup in 1999.
Hamilton Pats
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Home ice :
Team colours : 

Head coach : George Redding 1932-33
Hamilton Red Wings
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Formerly the St Catherines Fincups. Played in the Ontario Hockey League from 1977-78.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Hamilton Spectator Trophy

Presented to the winners of the Ontario Hockey League.
Hamilton Steelhawks
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Formerly the Brantford Alexanders. Played in the Ontario Hockey League from 1984-88.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Hamilton Tigers
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The Québec Bulldogs franchise was purchased by H P Thompson of Hamilton and the team joined the National Hockey League in 1920 as Hamilton Tigers. Hamilton won the NHL in 1924-25 but the players went on strike over a demand for US$200.00 each for additional playoff games. The NHL suspended all the players and fined them US$200.00 each. The NHL franchise transferred to the New York Americans in 1925. Hamilton Tigers played in the Canadian Professional Hockey League 1926-29 and the International-American Hockey League 1929-30.
Home ice :
Team colours : 
Head coach :
Percy Thompson 1920-22, Art Ross 1922-23, Percy LeSueur 1923-24, Jimmy Gardner 1924-25
Honours :
Won the NHL in 1924-25.
Won the Allan Cup in 1919.
Hammarby Hockey (Bamsingarna)
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Stockholm, Sweden. Founded 1891. Previously known as Hammarby IF. Hammarby have played a total of 42 seasons in the top Swedish division. Their last season in the Elite League was 1984-85.
Home ice : Johanneshovs Isstadion (for extra spectator capacity they use the Globe Arena)
Team colours : green & white
Honours : Won the Swedish Championship in 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1942, 1943, 1945 and 1951.
Hammarby IF [web site]
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Stockholm, Sweden. Former name of Hammarby Hockey.
Home ice : Johanneshovs Isstadion
Team colours :
 green & white
Hammersmith Ice Drome
Hammersmith, London, England. The full address was Brook Green Road, Hammersmith, London W6. In addition to hosting ice hockey matches back in the early 1930s, the Ice Drome offered ice skating throughout the day (0800-2300) with early and late sessions at one shilling and six pence (1s 6d) each and two mid-day sessions at two shillings (2s 0d) each.
Home ice : 

Team colours : 
Hammersmith Ice Drome Programme Cover
Hammond, Ray (1928-1964)
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1950.
Hampson, Art (- )
Chicago Blackhawks 1st pick (5th overall) in the 1963 NHL Amateur Draft (he was Chicago Blackhawks first ever draft pick). Did not go on to play professional hockey.
Hampson, Ted (- )
Club Career : Played for Minnesota Fighting Saints 1972-73.
Honours : Won the Paul H Deneau Trophy 1972-73.
Hampton, Rick (- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1978 World Championships.
Hampton Aces
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Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Played in the Northeastern Hockey League 1978-79 and the Eastern Hockey League 1979-81.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Hampton Coliseum
Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
Home ice for : Hampton Gulls
Capacity : 6,000
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Hampton Gulls (1974-77)
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Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Played in the Southern Hockey League 1974-77.
Home ice : Hampton Coliseum
Team colours : brown & gold
Affiliations have included : Cincinnati Stingers 1974-76
General manager :
Bill Raue 1974-75, John Brophy 1975-77
Head coach :
John Brophy 1974-77
Hampton Gulls (1977-78)
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Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Played in the American Hockey League 1977-78.
Home ice : Hampton Coliseum
Team colours : 
black & gold
General manager :
John Brophy 1977-78
Head coach :
John Brophy 1977-78
Hampton Roads Admirals
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Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Played in the East Coast Hockey League 1989-00. 
Home ice : Norfolk Scope
Team colours : 
Affiliations have included : Milwaukee Admirals, Nashville Predators 1998-00, Portland Pirates, Washington Capitals 
General manager :
Head coach :
John Brophy 1989-00. 
Honours :
Won the Jack Riley Cup in 1991 & 1992.
Won the Patrick J Kelly Cup in 1998.
Hampton Roads Gulls
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Played in the Atlantic Coast Hockey League 1982-83. Folded 2nd February 1983.
Home ice : 
Team colours :
Hampton Roads Junior Admirals [web site]
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Norfolk, Virginia, USA.  Youth team which plays in the Capital Beltway Hockey League.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Hamrlik, Roman (1974- )
Born in Gottwaldov, Czechoslovakia. Defenceman. Tampa Bay Lightning 1st pick (1st overall) in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft (he was Tampa Bay Lightning first ever draft pick).
International Career : Played for the Czech Republic 1994-  (including the 1998 & 2002 Olympics). 
Club Career : Played for AC ZPS Zlin 1990-92, Tampa Bay Lightning & Atlanta Knights 1992-93, Tampa Bay Lightning 1993-94, AC ZPS Zlin & Tampa Bay Lightning 1994-95, Tampa Bay Lightning 1995-97, Tampa Bay Lightning & Edmonton Oilers 1997-98, Edmonton Oilers 1998-00 and New York Islanders 2000- .
Medals : Won Olympic gold in 1998.
Honours :
NHL All-Star Roster 1996 & 2003.
NHL World All-Stars Roster in 1999.
Hand, Anthony 'Tony' (1967- )
Heineken Beer Mat
Born Edinburgh, Scotland. Forward. Awarded the MBE in the 2004 New Year's Honours List - for services to ice hockey.
International Career : Played for Great Britain (Junior) in 1982. Played for Great Britain 1989-94 & 1999- . First player in the modern era to break the 1,000 point barrier in British ice hockey on the 18th February 1989 when Murrayfield Racers earned a point in an 8-8 draw at Whitley Warriors. Hand is only second to the great Gerry Davey, as a goal scorer for Great Britain. When he originally retired from International duty in 1994, he had scored 32 goals in 28 games - his return to the Great Britain team in 1999 could open the door to another record. See "Tony Hand: A Life in British Ice Hockey"
Club Career (playing) : Played for Murrayfield Racers 1982-94, Edinburgh Racers 1994-95, Sheffield Steelers 1995-99, Ayr Scottish Eagles 1999-01, Dundee Stars 2001-03, Edinburgh Capitals 2003-04, Belfast Giants 2004-05 and Edinburgh Capitals 2005- . 
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Dundee Stars 2001-03, Belfast Giants 2004-05 and Edinburgh Capitals 2005- . 
Medals : Won European Championship (Junior) Pool C bronze in 1982.
Won World Championship Pool C gold in 1992.
Honours : Won European Championship (Junior) Leading Points Scorer Award in 1982 (Pool C).
Won Best Forward in World Championship D-Pool 1989 and 1990.
Won Best Forward in World Championship C-Pool 1992.
Won The Ice Hockey Annual Trophy in 1999, 2000 & 2001.
BIHWA Player of the Year 1989, 1993 and 1996.
Sekona Face To Watch - December 1999 & November 2000.
BIHWA All-Star forward 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1998.
His number 16 jersey has been retired by Sheffield Steelers.
Hand, Paul (1965- )
Born Edinburgh, Scotland. Defenceman.
International Career :
Played for Great Britain (Junior) in 1982. Played for Great Britain 1989-92.
Club Career : Played for Murrayfield Racers 1981-86, Solihull Barons & Murrayfield Racers 1986-87, Murrayfield Racers 1987-89, Peterborough Pirates & Fife Flyers 1989-90, Fife Flyers 1990-91, Murrayfield Racers 1991-94, Edinburgh Racers 1994-95 and Fife Flyers & Paisley Pirates 1995-96.
Medals : Won European Championship (Junior) Pool C bronze in 1982.
Won World Championship Pool C gold in 1992.
Honours : Won the Alan Weeks Trophy in 1989.
BIHWA All-Star defenceman 1988, 1989 & 1998.
Hand-bell
Originally in hockey games, a hand-bell was used to stop play. Using a whistle to stop play is credited to Fred C Waghorn and happened in the early part of the 20th century.
Handerson, Paul (- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1972 Summit Series.
Handschin, Emil (1928-1990)
Born in Switzerland. Defenceman. Played for 12 years in his national team.
International Career : Played 133 times for Switzerland in the Olympics (1948 & 1952), World Championships and the 1950 European Championship.
Club Career : Played for SC Bern 1945-45, HC Davos 1945-46 and EHC Basel 1946-61.
Medals : Won Olympic bronze in 1948.
Won European Championship gold in 1950.
Handy, Ron (1963- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career : Played for Sheffield Steelers 1994-95.
Haney, John (1946- )
Netminder. Co-inventor of the board game Trivial Pursuit.
International Career : Played for Great Britain in 1977 at the World Championship in Copenhagen.
Club Career : Played for Herning IK in the Danish National League in 1976-77.
Honours : Won the World Championship Best Goalkeeper Award Pool C in 1977.
Hanley, William 'Bill' (- )
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1986.
Hanlon, James (- )
Club Career : Played for Hamburg Crocodiles (Bundesliga) 1999-2000 and Cardiff Devils 2000- .
Hannah, Andy (1970- )
Club Career : Played for Chelmsford Chieftains 1995-96, Medway Bears 1996-97, Guildford Flames & Chelmsford Chieftains 1997-98, Chelmsford Chieftains 1998-01.
Medals : Won the Essex Cup in 1998.
Hannan, Dave (1961- )
Born in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Centre.
International Career :
Played for Team Canada in 1991-92. Played for Canada in the 1992 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Erie Blades & Pittsburgh Penguins (one game) 1981-82, Pittsburgh Penguins & Baltimore Skipjacks 1982-85, Pittsburgh Penguins 1985-87, Pittsburgh Penguins & Edmonton Oilers 1987-88, Pittsburgh Penguins 1988-89, Toronto Maple Leafs 1989-91, Toronto Maple Leafs & Team Canada & Buffalo Sabres 1991-92, Buffalo Sabres 1992-95, Buffalo Sabres & Colorado Avalanche 1995-96 and Ottawa Senators 1996-97.
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1992.
Won the Stanley Cup in 1988 & 1996.
Hannan, Scott (1979- ) 
Born in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Defenceman. San Jose Sharks 2nd pick (23rd overall) in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
Club Career :
Played for Kelowna Rockets 1995-98, San Jose Sharks & Kelowna Rockets & Kentucky Thoroughblades 1998-99, San Jose Sharks & Kentucky Thoroughblades 1999-00 and San Jose Sharks 2000- .
Medals : Won the World Cup of Hockey in 2004.
Hannover (EC Hannover)
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Hannover, Germany. Played two seasons in the DEL - 1994-95 and 1995-96.
Home ice : Eisstadion am Pferdeturm
Team colours :
Hannover Scorpions
Logo © Hannover Scorpions
Wedemark, Germany. The team changed its name from Wedemark Scorpions to Hannover Scorpions in 1997 when it became official supporter of the EXPO 2000 in Hannover. Played in the DEL since 1997.
Home ice : Wedemark Icehouse
Team colours : red, black & white
Hansch, Ralph (- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1952 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Edmonton Mercurys 1951-52.
Medals : Won Olympic gold in 1952.
Hansen, Basil (1926- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1960 Olympics.
Hansen, Bent (- )
Netminder.
Club Career : Played for Gladsaxe SF
Honours : Denmark Player of the Year in 1969 & 1975.
Hansen, John (- )
Netminder. 
Club Career : Played for Rödovre SoIK
Honours : Denmark Player of the Year in 1987.
Hanson, Catherine (- )
International Career : Played for USA (Women) in the 1999 World Championships (Women).
Medals : Won World Championship (Women) silver in 1999.
Hanson, Dave (1954- )
Cumberland, Wisconsin, USA. Defenceman. Played Jack Hanson in the fim "Slap Shot".
Club Career : Played for Johnstown Jets 1974-76, Johnstown Jets & Hampton Gulls & Rhode Island Reds & Minnesota Fighting Saints & New England Whalers (one game) 1976-77, Kansas City Red Wings & Hampton Gulls & Birmingham Bulls 1977-78, Detroit Red Wings & Birmingham Bulls 1978-79, Birmingham Bulls & Minnesota North Stars & Oklahoma City Stars 1979-80, Adirondack Red Wings 1980-82, Indianapolis Checkers 1982-83, Indianapolis Checkers & Toledo Goaldiggers 1983-84, Hershey Bears 1987-88 and Indianapolis Ice 1988-89.
Hanson, Moray (1964- )
Netminder.  
International Career : Played for Great Britain (Junior) in 1982. Played for Great Britain 1989-94.
Club Career : Played for Murrayfield Racers 1981-82, Dumfries Border Vikings 1995-96.
Medals : Won European Championship (Junior) Pool C bronze in 1982.
Won the Autumn Trophy 1995-96.
Honours : BIHWA All-Star goalie 1985 and 1988.
Won the Mick Curry Memorial Trophy in 1998.
Hanson Brothers
A trio of goons in the 1977 film comedy "Slap Shot".
Hansson, Mats (- )
Born in Sweden. Forward.
Club Career : Played for Järfälla HC and Bournemouth Stags 1996-97.
Hansson, Rolf (- )
Born in Sweden.
Club Career : Played for Cambridge University 1981-82.
Hanyu, Seigo (- )
International Career : Assistant Coach for Japan in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Hap Emms Memorial Trophy

Presented to the Memorial Cup outstanding goaltender. 
Hap Holmes Trophy
See Harry Holmes Memorial Trophy
"Happy Gilmore"
A film made in 1996. A comedy about a rejected hockey player who takes his slapshot to the golf course to save his grandmother's house.
Hara Arena [web site]
Dayton, Ohio, USA. The full name of the complex is Dayton Hara Arena, Conference & Exhibition Center. There are two ice sheets at the complex, one in the Main Arena where hockey has been staged and the other in the North Hall.
Home ice for : Dayton Gems 1964-78 (team relocated in December 1977 of the 1977-78 season), Dayton Bombers 1991-96, Dayton Ice Bandits 1996-97
Capacity : 5,600
Ice pad size : 194 feet x 85 feet
Háray, Béla (1915-1988)
Forward.
International Career : Played for Hungary in the 1936 Olympics.
Harbec, Bernard (- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1975-76.
Harbin A
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Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. Played in the Chinese National Championship in 1996-97.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Harbin B
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Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. Played in the Chinese National Championship in 1996-97.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Harbour Station
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. 
Home ice for : Saint John Flames
Capacity : 6,153
Ice pad size : 
Hard Ice
See Ice
Harding, Mike (1971- )
Born in edsow, Alberta, Canada. Right-wing. Hartford Whalers 6th pick (119th overall) in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career :
Played for Springfield Falcons & Richmond Renegades 1995-97, Guildford Flames 1997-98, London Knights 1998-99, Manchester Storm 1999-00 and Ayr Scottish Eagles 2000- .
Medals :
Won the British National League Play-off Championships in 1998.
Won the British National League 1997-98.
Won the Southern Premier League 1997-98.
Won the Benson and Hedges Cup 1999.
Honours :
BIHWA All-Star forward 1998.
Hardy, George (1895-1979)
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. President of Canadian Amateur Hockey Association from 1938-40. Represented Canada at the IIHF. Vice-President of the IIHF 1947-48 and President of the IIHF 1948-51. A university professor, Dr Hardy specialised in the field of sexology. He was famous for his book on the "Sexual Abnormalities of the Pharaohs and their Wives". he was also author of novels, historic, and scholarly works, he played an active role in Canadian literature, serving three times as President of the Canadian Authors’ Association.
Hardy, Mark (1959- )
Born in Semaden, Switzerland. Defenceman. Los Angeles Kings 3rd pick (30th overall) in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1986 World Championships.
Club Career (playing) : Played for Los Angeles Kings & Binghamton Dusters 1979-80, Los Angeles Kings 1980-87, Los Angeles Kings & New York Rangers 1987-88, Minnesota North Stars & New York Rangers 1988-89, New York Rangers 1989-92, New York Rangers & Los Angeles Kings 1992-93, Los Angeles Kings & Phoenix Roadrunners 1993-94, Detroit Vipers 1994-95, Los Angeles Ice Dogs & Detroit Vipers 1995-96 and Long Beach Ice Dogs 1997-98.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Los Angeles Ice Dogs 1995-96 (assistant), Long Beach Ice Dogs 1996-99 (assistant), Los Angeles Kings 1999-06 (assistant) and Chicago Blackhawks 2006-  (assistant).
Medals : Won World Championship bronze in 1986.
Won the Presidents' Trophy in 1991-92.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 5 14 20 24 26
Hargreaves, Michael (1979- )
Born in Bristol, England. Forward. Brother of Richard Hargreaves.
Club Career : Played for Wightlink Raiders 1998-99, Isle Of Wight Raiders 1999-03, Swindon Lynx 2003-04 and Swindon Wildcats 2004- .
Hargreaves, Richard (1978- )
Born in Bristol, England. Forward. Brother of Michael Hargreaves.
Club Career : Played for Cardiff Rage 1997-98, Wightlink Raiders 1998-99, Isle Of Wight Raiders 1999-01, Basingstoke Bison 2001-02, Isle Of Wight Raiders 2002-03, Basingstoke Bison 2003-04, London Racers & Slough Jets 2004-05, Swindon Wildcats & Cardiff Devils 2005-06 and Basingstoke Bison 2006-07.
Hargreaves, Ted (1943- )
Born in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. Centre.
International Career :
Played for Canada in the 1968 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Winnipeg Jets 1973-74.
Medals : Won Olympic bronze in 1968.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 8
Haringey Greyhounds
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Wood Green, London, England. Founded in 1990 as the second string to Haringey Racers. From the 1992-93 season became the first team at Haringey. Played in the English Conference 1990-94 and the English League since 1994.
Home ice : The Ice Rink, Alexandra Palace
Team colours : Blue and gold.
Haringey Racers
Logo ©
Wood Green, London, England. Founded in 1990. Played in the English League 1990-91 with John Holtham as the player-coach and manager. Played in the English Conference 1991-92. The team folded before the 1992-93 season. (See the "original" Harringay Racers)
Home ice : The Ice Rink, Alexandra Palace
Team colours : blue & gold
Harkin, Barry (1951- )
Born in Canada. Netminder.
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1974 & 1979 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Victoria Blackhawks (Blackhawks, Melbourne).
Harkins, Richard (1970- )
Club Career : Played for Whitley Warriors 1988-91, Whitley Warriors & Blackburn Hawks 1991-92, Whitley Warriors 1992-95 and Newcastle Warriors 1995-96.
Harlandic Wolves
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Belfast, Northern Ireland. A house league team founded in 1940 which operated for two seasons. Played in the first house league contest on 17 Feb 1940 winning the Gaston Cup.
Home ice : King's Hall
Team colours :
 white & blue
Harlock, David (1971- )
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1990-91. Played for Team Canada 1993-94. Played for Canada in the 1994 Olympics.
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1994.
Harlow, Scott (1963- )
Born in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, USA. Left-wing.
Club Career : Played for Peterborough Pirates 1991-92.
Harmon, Glen (1921- )
Born in Holland, Manitoba, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career :
Played for Montreal Canadiens 1942-51.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1944 & 1946.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1944-45 & 1948-49.
Harnedy, Clem (- ) 
Netminder.
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1934 World Championships.
Harnett, Roy (1929-1997)
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1950.
Harold Alfond Sports Arena
See Alfond Arena
Harper, Terry (1940- )
Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career :
Played for Montreal Canadiens 1962-72, Los Angeles Kings 1972-75, Detroit Red Wings 1975-79, St Louis Blues 1979-80 and Colorado Rockies 1980-81.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969 & 1971.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster in 1965, 1967, 1973 & 1975.
Harringay Arena
London, England.  Opened in 1936. Closed October 1958.
Home ice for : Harringay Greyhounds and Harringay Racers
Capacity : 8,200 seats
Ice pad size :
Harringay Greyhounds
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London, England. Founded in 1936, the team played until 1949.
Home ice : Harringay Arena
Team colours : blue & white
Honours :
Won the English National League 1938-39 and 1939-40.
Harringay Greyhounds Programme Cover
Harringay Hornets
Logo ©
London, England. Played in the Southern Intermediate League 1951-55.
Home ice :
Team colours :
yellow & blue
Harringay Racers
Logo ©
London, England. Founded 1936.
Home ice : Harringay Arena
Team colours : blue & gold
Head coach :
Duke MacDonald 1948-49, Keith 'Duke' Campbell 1951-52, Duke MacDonald 1952-53, Bill Glennie 1957-58 
Honours :
Won the British National League 1954-55.
Won the English National League 1937-38 and 1948-49.
Won the English Autumn Cup 1947-48, 1949-50 & 1952-52.
Won the British Autumn Cup 1954-55.
Won the Ahearne Cup in 1953, 1954 & 1958.
Harringay Racers Team Photo 1939-40r Harringay Racers Programme Cover
Harringay Supporters Club
Harringay Supporters Club Badge/our thanks to Martin Harris Harringay SC Racers Badge/our thanks to Martin Harris Harringay SC Greyhounds Badge/our thanks to Martin Harris
London, England. Supporters of the Harringay Greyhounds & Harringay Racers had their own club and enamel badges as  shown above. Originally, the main badge had rings suspended from the bottom of the badge, as did the Racers & Greyhound badges - enabling them to be linked together.
Harrington, John (- )
Forward.
Medals : Won Olympic gold in 1980.
Honours : Elected to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003 (player - 1980 US Olympic Team).
Harris, Billy Edward (1952- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing. New York Islanders 1st pick (1st overall) in the 1972 NHL Amateur Draft (he was New York Islanders first ever draft pick).
Club Career : Played for New York Islanders 1972-79, New York Islanders & Los Angeles Kings 1979-80, Los Angeles Kings 1980-81, Los Angeles Kings & Toronto Maple Leafs 1981-82, Toronto Maple Leafs 1982-83 and Toronto Maple Leafs & Los Angeles Kings 1983-84.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster in 1976.
Harris, Kevin (- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1962 World Championships.
Harris, Martin C (1937- ) [e-mail]

Acknowledged as Britain's foremost ice hockey historian.  Writer and researcher of the sport, with specific interest in the development of the game in Britain, who has a unique collection of British archival material.  A goaltender, he went on the officiate as a referee/linesman in the Heineken British and English League 1982-96. A member of the Association of Sports Historians and the Society for International Hockey Research. A member of the British Ice Hockey Writer's Association and the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame committee. Secretary of the SIHA 1972-78, Deputy Chairman and Chairman of the Inter-City League 1978-82 and BIHA Councillor 1972-75 & 1982-89. Honoured in 2007 by the SIHR with the Brian McFarlane Award for his book "Homes of British Ice Hockey".
Harris, Ted (1936- )
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career :
Played for Springfield Indians 1959-63, Cleveland Barons & Montreal Canadiens 1963-64, Montreal Canadiens 1964-70, Minnesota North Stars 1970-73, Minnesota North Stars & Detroit Red Wings & St Louis Blues 1973-74 & Philadelphia Flyers 1974-75.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969 & 1975.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1968-69.
NHL All-Star Roster in 1965, 1967, 1969, 1971 & 1972.
Harris, William 'Bill' (1935- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Centre.
International Career :
Played for Team Canada 1969-70.  Coached Sweden in the 1972 Olympics, Canada (WHA All-Stars) in 1974 against the USSRand Italy in the 1976-77 season.
Club Career : Played for Toronto Maple Leafs 1955-65, Detroit Red Wings 1965-66, Oakland Seals 1967-68, Oakland Seals & Pittsburgh Penguins 1968-69 and Team Canada 1969-70. Coached the Toronto Toros 1973-74.
Medals : Won the World Championships Pool C in 1977.
Won the Stanley Cup in 1962, 1963 & 1964.
Honours : Won the Robert Schmertz Memorial Trophy 1973-74.
NHL All-Star Roster in 1958, 1962, 1963 & 1964.
Harrison, Jay (1982- )
Defenceman. 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) 2000-01.
Club Career : Played for Brampton.
Harrison, Jim (- )
International Career : Played for Canada (WHA All-Stars) in 1974 against the USSR.
Harriston, _ (- )
Club Career : Played for Toronto Blueshirts.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1914.
Harrow, Laing (- )
Right-wing.
International Career : Played for Australia.
Harrow, Michael (- )
International Career : Played for Australia.
Harry Holmes Memorial Trophy
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First presented in 1937. Originally awarded to the top goalie in the American Hockey League.  Since 1971-72, the award has been presented to the top goaltending team in the AHL based on the fewest goals against, with each goalie having played a minimum of 25 games. From 1983-84, the top goalie (as selected by the AHL coaches) now receives the Baz Bastien Trophy.
Hart, Cecil (1883-1940)
Club Career : Coached the Montreal Canadiens 1926-39.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1930 & 1931 (coach).
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team coach 1936-37.
Hart, Wilfred Harold 'Gizzy' (1902-1964)
Born in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career :
Played for Victoria Cougars.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1925.
Hart Memorial Trophy

Presented by the National Hockey League in 1960 after the original Hart Trophy was retired. Presented annually to the Most Valuable Player in the NHL, picked by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.
Hart Trophy

Donated to the National Hockey League in 1923 by Dr David A Hart. Presented annually to the Most Valuable Player in the NHL. The trophy was retired to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1960.
Hartford Civic Center Coliseum
Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
Home ice for : New England Whalers (1975-77) and Hartford Whalers (1979-97)
Capacity : 15,635
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Hartford Whalers
Logo © Hartford Whalers
Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Joined the National Hockey League for the 1979-80 season. Franchise moved to Carolina Hurricanes after the 1996-97 season.
Home ice : Hartford Civic Center Coliseum
Team colours : green, blue & white
Affiliations have included : Binghamton Whalers 1980-90, Cincinnati Stingers 1979-80, Flint Generals 1983-84, Indianapolis Ice 1988-89, Kansas City Blades 1990-91, Milwaukee Admirals 1987-88, Richmond Renegades 1994-97, Saginaw Gears 1980-83, Salt Lake Golden Eagles 1984-87, Springfield Falcons 1994-97, Springfield Indians 1979-80 & 1990-94
General manager : Jack Kelly 1979-81, Larry Pleau 1981-83, Emile Francis 1983-89, Ed Johnston 1989-92, Brian Burke 1992-93, Paul Holmgren 1993-94, Jim Rutherford, 1994-97 
Head coach : Don Blackburn 1979-80, Don Blackburn & Larry Pleau 1980-81, Larry Pleau 1981-82, Larry Kish & Larry Pleau & John Cunniff 1982-83, Jack 'Tex' Evans 1983-87, Jack 'Tex' Evans & Larry Pleau 1987-88, Larry Pleau 1988-89, Rick Ley 1989-91, Jim Roberts 1991-92, Paul Holmgren 1992-93, Paul Holmgren & Pierre Maguire 1993-94, Paul Holmgren 1994-95, Paul Holmgren & Paul Maurice 1995-96, Paul Maurice 1996-97
Team captain : Rick Ley 1979-80, Rick Ley & Mike Rogers 1980-81, Dave Keon 1981-82, Russ Anderson 1982-83, Mark Johnson 1983-84, Mark Johnson & Ron Francis 1984-85, Ron Francis 1985-91, Randy Ladouceur 1991-92, Pat Verbeek 1992-95, Brendan Shanahan 1995-96, Kevin Dineen 1996-97
Retired jersey numbers : 2 9 19
Hartford Wolf Pack [web site]
Logo © Hartford Wolf Pack
Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Played in the American Hockey League in 1997- .  
Home ice : Hartford Civic Center Coliseum
Team colours :
blue, red & white
Affiliations have included : New York Rangers 1997-08
General manager : Jim Schoenfeld 2003- 
Head coach :
E J McGuire 1997-99, John Paddock 1999-02, Ryan McGill 2002-05, Jim Schoenfeld 2005- 
Team captain : Ken Gernander 1997-05
Honours : Won the American Hockey League 1999-00.
Won the Calder Cup in 2000.
Hartigan, Mark (1977- )
Born in Fort St John, British Columbia, Canada. Centre.
Club Career : Played for Atlanta Thrashers 2001-02, Atlanta Thrashers & Chicago Wolves 2002-03, Columbus Blue Jackets & Syracuse Crunch 2003-04, Syracuse Crunch 2004-05, Columbus Blue Jackets & Syracuse Crunch 2005-06, Columbus Blue Jackets & Syracuse Crunch & Anaheim Ducks 2006-07 and Detroit Red Wings 2007- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 2007 & 2008.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 3 9 13 42 44
Hartley, Bob (1960- )
Born in Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada. Coach.
Club Career : Coached Hawkesbury Hawks 1987-91, Laval Titans 1991-93, Cornwall Aces 1993-94 (assistant), Cornwall Aces 1994-96, Hershey Bears 1996-98, Colorado Avalanche 1998-02 and Colorado Avalanche (until December 2002) & Atlanta Thrashers (from January 2003) 2002- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 2001 (coach).
Won the Calder Cup 1996-97 (coach).
Won the Presidents Cup 1992-93 (coach).
Hartman, Mike (1967- )
Born in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Left-wing.
Club Career :
Played for Buffalo Sabres, Winnipeg Jets, Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1994.
Hartnell, Rob (1972- )
Born in Rockey Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. Centre.
Club Career :
Played for Richmond Renegades & Dayton Bombers 1993-94, Dayton Bombers 1994-95, Huntington Blizzard & Dumfries Border Vikings 1995-96, El Paso Buzzards & Waco Wizards 1996-97, Austin Ice Bats & Amarillo Rattlers 1997-98, Monroe Moccasins 1998-99 and Idaho Steelheads 1999-00.
Hartnell, Scott (1982- )
Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Left-wing. Nashville Predators 1st pick (6th overall) in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Prince Albert Raiders 1997-00 and Nashville Predators 2000- .
Hartogs, Tom (1969- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for the Netherlands in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Hartsburg, Craig (1959- ) 
Born in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman. Minnesota North Stars 1st pick (6th overall) in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career (playing) : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1977-78. Played for Canada in the 1981 & 1987 Canada Cups and the 1982, 1983 & 1987 World Championships.
International Career (coaching) : Coached Canada (Junior) 2005-06 (assistant) and Canada (Junior) 2006-08.
Club Career (playing) : Played for Birmingham Bulls 1978-79 and Minnesota North Stars 1979-89.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Minnesota North Stars 1989-90 (assistant), Philadelphia Flyers 1990-94 (assistant), Guelph Storm 1994-95, Chicago Blackhawks 1995-98, Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1998-01, Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 2001-02, Philadelphia Flyers 2002-03 (assistant), Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 2003-07 and Ottawa Senators 2008- .
Club Career (managing) : General Manager Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 2001-02.
Medals : Won World Championship (Junior) bronze in 1977-78.
Won Canada Cup silver in 1981.
Won Canada Cup gold in 1987.
Won World Championship bronze in 1982 & 1983.
Won the Hamilton Spectator Trophy 1994-95 (coach)
Won World Championship (Junior) gold in 2005-06 (assistant coach).
Won World Championship (Junior) gold in 2006-07 & 2007-08 (coach).
Honours : Won the Max Kaminsky Trophy 1976-77.
Won World Championship Best Defenceman Award 1986-87.
Won the Matt Leyden Award 1994-95 & 2001-02.
Won Canadian Major Junior Coach of the Year 1994-95.
NHL All-Star Roster 1980, 1982 & 1983.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 4
Hartwall Arena
Helsinki, Finland. Built in 1997. Inaugurated as a host arena for the World Championships in 1997.
Home ice for : Jokerit Helsinki (1997-  )
Capacity : 13,700 seats (additional seating capacity of some two hundred if required)
Ice pad size :
Haruna, Masahito (1973- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Japan in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Harvey, Alan (- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1974 World Championships
Harvey, Douglas Norman 'Doug' (1924-1989)
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career (playing) :
Played for Montreal Canadiens 1947-61 and New York Rangers 1961-64.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Kansas City Blues 1967-68, Laval Saints 1969-70 and Houston Aeros 1973-75 (assistant).
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1953, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 & 1960.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1973 (player).
Won the James Norris Memorial Trophy 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1959-60, 1960-61 & 1961-62.
NHL All-Star First Team defenceman 1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1959-60, 1960-61 & 1961-62.
NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1958-59.
His number 2 jersey has been retired by Montreal Canadiens.
Harvey, Keith (1947- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1976-77.
Harvey, Todd (1975- )
Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Centre/Right-wing. Dallas Stars 1st pick (9th overall) in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft (he was Dallas Stars first ever draft pick).
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1993-94 and 1994-95.
Club Career : Played for Detroit Junior Red Wings 1992-94, Detroit Junior Red Wings & Dallas Stars 1994-95, Dallas Stars & Michigan K-Wings 1995-96, Dallas Stars 1996-98, New York Rangers 198-99, New York Rangers & San Jose Sharks 1999-00 and San Jose Sharks 2000- .
Hascak, Oto (- )
International Career : Played for Slovakia in the 1998 Olympics.
Hasek, Dominik 'The Dominator' (1965- ) 
Dominik Hasek Poster
Born in Pardubice, Czechoslovakia. Netminder. Chicago Blackhawks 11th pick (207th overall) in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft. He was the first netminder ever to win the Hart Trophy in consecutive seasons. Retired from the NHL (and hockey) at the end of the 2001-02 season but rejoined Detroit Red Wings for the 2003-04 season. Did not play at all during the NHL Lockout of the 2004-05 season. Retired (for good?) at the end of the 2007-08 season. See "Hockey Heroes : Dominik Hasek"
International Career : Played for Czechoslovakia (Junior) 1981-85. Played for Czechoslovakia in the 1983, 1986, 1987, 1989 & 1990 World Championships, the 1984, 1987 & 1991 Canada Cups and the 1988 Olympics. Played for the Czech Republic in the 1998 & 2002 Olympics
Club Career : Played for Tesla Pardubice 1981-89, Dukla Jihlava 1989-90, Chicago Blackhawks & Indianapolis Ice 1990-92, Buffalo Sabres 1992-01 (including two games for HC Pardubice 1994-95), Detroit Red Wings 2001-02, Detroit Red Wings 2003-04, Ottawa Senators 2005-06 and Detroit Red Wings 2006-08.
Medals : Won European Championship (Junior) silver in 1981-82.
Won World Championship (Junior) silver in 1982-83 & 1984-85.
Won World Championship silver in 1983.
Won European Championship silver in 1983 & 1989.
Won World Championship bronze in 1987, 1989 & 1990.
Won European Championship bronze in 1987 & 1990.
Won Olympic gold in 1998.
Won the Stanley Cup in 2002 & 2008.
Honours : Won European Championship (Junior) Best Goalkeeper Award in 1982.
Won World Championship (Junior) Best Goalkeeper Award 1982-83.
Won Czechoslovakia Goaltender of the Year Award 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89 & 1989-90.
Won Czechoslovakia Player of the Year Award 1986-87, 1988-89 & 1989-90.
Won the World Championship Best Goalkeeper Award in 1987 & 1989.
Won the Vezina Trophy in 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999 & 2001.
Won the William M Jennings Trophy in 1993-94 (with Grant Fuhr), 2000-01 and 2007-08 (with Chris Osgood)
Won the Hart Memorial Trophy 1997 & 1998.
Won the Lester B Pearson Award 1997 & 1998.
Won the Olympic Best Goalie Award in 1998.
NHL All-Star First Team 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 2000-01 & 2001-02.
NHL All-Stars Roster 1996, 1997 & 1998.
NHL World All-Stars Roster 1999, 2000 (did not play due to injury) & 2002.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 31 34 39
Hasle/Løren
Logo © Hasle Loren/thanks to hockeyteams.narod.ru
Oslo, Norway.
Home ice : Lørenhallen
Team colours : red, blue & white jersey (Montreal style), blue pants, white stockings and helmets.
Honours : Won the Norwegian Championships twice.
Hassler, Albert (1903- )
Forward. The Albert Hassler Trophy is awarded annually in his honour.
International Career : Played for France between 1923 and 1937 (including the 1924, 1928 & 1936 Olympics).
Club Career : Played for Chamonix.
Hästen Hockey [web site]
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Norrköping, Sweden. The team name was formerly known as Norrköping/Skärblacka HF. The team changed to its new name of Hästen Hockey in 1997.
Home ice : Himmelstalundshallen
Team colours : red & white
Hat Trick
i. An ordinary hat trick is where the same player scores three goals in a game but another player or players from the same side scores in between. In North America, and the NHL in particular, the player is normally said to have had a 3-goal-game. 
ii. A natural hat trick is where three goals are scored consecutively by the same player in the same game. 
iii. In ice hockey circles, the term is generally accepted to derive from the habit of a Toronto haberdasher presenting a new hat to any three-goal scorer in Maple Leaf Gardens - although it is also said that the originator was the Biltmore Hat Company, who sponsored the Guelph Biltmores of the Ontario Hockey League. In truth, it seems to originate from the English game of Cricket and refers to a bowler taking three wickets with three successive balls - a very unusual achievement.  Similar to the ice hockey version of events, the 19th century custom of a cricket club awarding a new club cap to mark the success, gave rise to the phrase which was first recorded in print in the 1870s.
iv. Today's custom is for fans to throw hats onto the ice to celebrate the achievement.
Hatanaka, Akiko (- )
International Career : Played for Japan (Women) in the 1998 Olympics.
Hatcher, Derian (1972- ) 
Born in Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA. Defenceman. Minnesota North Stars 1st pick (8th overall) in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. Brother of Kevin Hatcher
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1993 World Championships and the 1998 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Minnesota North Stars 1991-92, Minnesota North Stars & Kalamazoo Wings 1992-93, Dallas Stars 1993-03 and Detroit Red Wings 2003- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1999.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team 2002-03.
NHL All-Star Roster 1997.
Captain of the Dallas Stars 1994-95 & 1995-03.
Hatcher, Kevin (1966- )
Born in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Defenceman. Washington Capitals 1st pick (17th overall) in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft. Brother of Derian Hatcher
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1998 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Washington Capitals 1984-94, Dallas Stars 1994-96, Pittsburgh Penguins 1996-99, New York Rangers 1999-00 and Carolina Hurricanes 2000-01.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1990, 1991, 1992, 1996 & 1997.
Captain of the Washington Capitals 1992-93 & 1993-94.
Hathaway, Zoe (- )
Became the first woman to referee a British League match at Swindon on 12th January 1991, when she took the whistle for the match between Swindon Wildcats and Romford Raiders.
Haukat Järvenpää (Järvenpään Haukat)
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Järvenpää, Finland. Founded in 1979. Haukat means "Hawks". Play in the Finnish Division 1.
Home ice : Järvenpään jäähalli
Team colours : black & white
Honours :
Havelid, Niclas (1973- )
Born in Stockholm, Sweden. Defenceman. Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2nd pick (83rd overall) in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for AIK Solna 1991-98, Malmo IF 1998-99, Anaheim Mighty Ducks & Cincinnati Mighty Ducks (two games) 1999-00, Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2000-04 and Atlanta Thrashers 2004- .
Havlat, Martin (1981- )
Born in Mlada Boleslav, Czechoslovakia. Left-wing. Ottawa Senators 1st pick (26th overall) in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Czech Republic in the 2000 World Championships and the 2002 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for HC Trinec 1999-00 and Ottawa Senators 2000- .
Medals : Won World Championship gold in 2000.
Havlicek, Libor (1953- )
Born in Trebice, Czechoslovakia. Centre or right-wing. He was a very skilled technical player who had great puck control. During the 1979 World Championship he played on a line together with Ivan Hlinka and Jaroslav Pouzar. He finished his career in Germany where he was labelled as "the man with the golden arm" for his ability to make great passes. Played 11 seasons and 414 league games in Czechoslovakia (124 goals).
International Career : Represented Czechoslovakia 31 times (5 goals).
Club Career : Played for Spartak ZMS Trebic 1961-72, ZKL Brno 1972-75, Dukla Jihlava 1975-77, ZKL Brno 1977-84 and SC Riessersee 1984-87.
Havlickuv Brod
Havlickuv Brod, Czech Republic. ...
Havov, Stanimir (1972- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Bulgaria in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Havrán, Péter (1951- )
Forward. Played 175 (38+28=66) times for his country.
International Career : Played for Hungary in 10 World Championships 1971-1982.
Club Career : Played for Ferencvárosi TC most of his career but also for Lehel in 1989-90 when they won the Championship.
Medals :
Won 11 Hungarian Championships-titles between 1972 and 1984.
Honours :
World Championship Leading Points Scorer 1972 (Pool C).
Havulinna, Keijo (- )
Born in Finland.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1985 (player).
Hawerchuk, Dale (1963- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Centre.
International Career :
Played for Canada (Junior) in 1980-81. Played for Canada in the 1982, 1986 & 1989 World Championships and the 1987 & 1991 Canada Cups.
Club Career :
Played for Winnipeg Jets 1981-90, Buffalo Sabres 1990-95, St Louis Blues & Philadelphia Flyers 1995-96 and Philadelphia Flyers 1996-97.
Medals : Won World Championship silver in 1989.
Won World Championship bronze in 1982 & 1986.
Won Canada Cup gold in 1991.
Honours :
Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2001 (player).
NHL All-Star Second Team
centre 1984-85.
His number 10 jersey has been retired by Phoenix Coyotes in honour of his career at Winnipeg Jets)
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 10 12 18
Hawgood, Greg (1968- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1986-87 and 1987-88.
Hawkins, Dave (1978- )
Born in Gravesend, Kent, England. Editor of BenchWarmer.co.uk (an on-line e-magazine) and Face-Off Magazine (a monthly feature magazine).
Hawkins, Ray (- )
Club Career : Played for Sobell Saints 1975-76.
Hawkesbury Hawks
Logo © Hawkesbury Hawks
Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Central Junior A Hockey League (CJHL).
Home ice : Bob Hartley Sports Complex
Team colours :
blue, white & yellow
General manager :
Eric Veilleux 
Head coach :
Bob Hartley 1987-91, Eric Veilleux
Hay, Bill (1935- )
Born in Lumsden, Saskatchewan, Canada. Centre.
Club Career :
Played for Chicago Blackhawks 1959-67.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1961.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster in 1960 & 1961.
Hay, Bobby (- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain in 1977-79.
Club Career : Played for Murrayfield Racers 1975-76.
Medals : Won the Northern League 1975-76.
Hay, Charles (- )
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1974.
Hay, Dwayne (1977- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1996-97.
Hay, George (1898-1975)
Born in Listowel, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career : Played for Chicago Blackhawks 1926-27, Detoit Cougars 1927-31, Detroit Olympics 1931-32 and Detroit Red Wings & Detroit Olympics 1932-34.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1958.
Hay, Jim (1931- )
Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career :
Played for Detroit Red Wings.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1955.
Hay, John 'Jock' (1954- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1981.
Club Career : Played for Murrayfield Racers 1975-76 & 1981 & 1983-90.
Medals : Won the Northern League 1975-76.
Hayama, Masahiro (1910- )
International Career : Played for Japan in the 1936 Olympics.
Haydon, Nestor (- )
Club Career : Played for Billingham Bombers 1995-96.
Hayes, Chris (1946- )
Born in Rouyn, Quebec, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career :
Played for Boston Bruins.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1972.
Hayes, George (- )
Referee/Linesman.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1988.
Haynes, Paul (1910-) 
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Centre.
Club Career : Played for Montreal AAA 1929-30, Montreal Maroons & Windsor Bulldogs 1930-34, Boston Bruins 1934-35, Montreal Canadiens 1935-40 and New Haven Eagles (also 7 games for Montreal Canadiens) 1940-41.
Medals : Won the Allan Cup in the 1930.
Hayward, Brian (1960- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Netminder. 
Club Career :
Played for Winnipeg Jets & Sherbrooke Jets 1982-84, Winnipeg Jets 1984-85, Winnipeg Jets & Sherbrooke Canadiens 1985-86, Montreal Canadiens 1986-90, Montreal Canadiens & Minnesota North Stars & Kalamazoo Wings 1990-91, San Jose Sharks & Kansas City Blades 1991-92 and San Jose Sharks 1992-93.  
Honours :
Won the William M Jennings Trophy in 1987 (with Patrick Roy), 1988 (with Patrick Roy) & 1989 (with Patrick Roy).
Hazlehurst, Mark (1972- )
Club Career : Played for Telford Tigers 1988-93, Milton Keynes Kings 1993-94, Telford Tigers & Milton Keynes Kings 1994-95 and Humberside Hawks 1995-96.
Hazlett, Steve (1957- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1976-77.

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