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Tocchet, Rick (1964- ) 
Born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing. 
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1987 & 1991 Canada Cups.
Club Career : Played for Philadelphia Flyers 1984-91, Philadelphia Flyers & Pittsburgh Penguins 1991-92, Pittsburgh Penguins 1992-94, Los Angeles Kings 1994-95, Los Angeles Kings & Boston Bruins 1995-96, Boston Bruins & Washington Capitals 1996-97, Phoenix Coyotes 1997-99 and Phoenix Coyotes & Philadelphia Flyers 1999-2000.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1992.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1989, 1990, 1991 & 1993.
Todd, Kevin (- )
Club Career : Played for Utica Devils 1990-91.
Honours : Won the Les Cunningham Plaque in 1990-91.
Toderov, Tzanko (1975- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Bulgaria in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Todorov, Krasimir (1982- )
Born in Bulgaria. Forward.
International Career : Played for Bulgaria (Junior) 1999-01. 
Club Career : Played for Lions 99.
Toemen, Nico (- )
Netherlands born Technical Director of the British Ice Hockey Association, appointed 1988.  Responsible for referees and rules and regulations.  The British Ice Hockey Assocaition's official delegate with the British national team. 
Honours : Elected to the British Hall of Fame in 1993.
Toffano, Silvia (1985- )
Played defence. 
International Career : Played for Italy (Women) in the 2001 World Championship (Women).
Club Career : Played for Agordo.
Togawac, Yuki (- )
International Career : Played for Japan (Women) in the 1998 Olympics.
Togliatti (Lada AvtoVaz Togliatti)
See Lada Togliatti
Togliatti Torpedo
See Lada Togliatti
TOI
Seen on some hockey statistics - means Time On Ice.
Tokaji, Viktor (1977- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Hungary in the 1995- .
Club Career : Played for Dunaferr Dunaujvaros.
Tokarz, Leszek (1953- )
Born in Nowy Targ, Poland. Forward. 
International Career : Played 106 games (45 goals) for Poland between 1971 and 1979 (including the 1972 Olympics).
Club Career : Played for Podhale Nowy Targ  -73, GKS Katowice 1973-77 and Zaglebie Sosnowiec 1977-81.
Medals : Won the Polish Championship in 1971, 1972, 1973, 1980 & 1981.
Tokarz, Wieslaw (1951- )
Born in Nowy Targ, Poland. Forward. 
International Career : Played 76 games (22 goals) for Poland between 1972 and 1982 ( including the 1972 Olympics).
Club Career : Played for Podhale Nowy Targ  -73, GKS Katowice 1973-77 and Zaglebie Sosnowiec 1977-83.
Medals : Won the Polish Championship in 1971, 1972, 1973, 1980, 1981, 1982 & 1983.
Tökési, Lajos (1975- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Hungary in the 1994- .
Club Career : Played for Dunaferr Dunaujvaros.
Toledo Blades
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Toledo, Ohio, USA. Played in the International Hockey League 1963-70.
Home ice :
Toledo Sports Arena
Team colours :
Honours :
Won the J P McGuire Trophy 1963-64.
Won the Joseph Turner Memorial Cup in 1964 & 1967.
Toledo Buckeyes
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Toledo, Ohio, USA. The Toledo Mercurys joined the Eastern Amateur Hockey League for the 1949-50 season and played as the Toledo Buckeyes.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Toledo Cherokee [web site]
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Toledo, Ohio, USA. Played in the Central States Hockey League .
Home ice : Toledo Ice House
Team colours : red, white & blue
General manager : Mike Robertson
Head coach :
Chris Varga
Toledo Goaldiggers
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Toledo, Ohio, USA. Played in the International Hockey League 1974-86.
Home ice :
Toledo Sports Arena
Team colours : 
Affiliations have included : California Golden Seals 1974-75, California Seals 1975-76
General manager : Ted Garvin 1974-76
Head coach : Ted Garvin 1974-78, Bill Inglis 1981-83.
Honours :
Won the J P McGuire Trophy 1981-82 & 1982-83.
Won the Joseph Turner Memorial Cup in 1975, 1978, 1982 & 1983.
Toledo Hornets
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Toledo, Ohio, USA. Played in the International Hockey League 1970-74.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Toledo Mercurys
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Toledo, Ohio, USA. Founded 1947 (Virgil Gladieux bought the franchise rights for US$1,000). Played in the International Hockey League 1947-49. During the 1948-49 season the team competed as Toledo Mercurys North in the IHL North Division and Toledo Mercurys South in the IHL South Division - because the Toledo owners wanted more games. Toledo's Leo Richard lead both divisions in scoring and Alex Nicholson lead both divisions in goaltender average. Toledo Mercurys North won the J P McGuire Trophy. The team moved to the Eastern Amateur Hockey League as the Toledo Buckeyes during the 1949-50 season but returned to the IHL the following year and played in the league 1951-62.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Head coach :
Andy Mulligan 1947-49, Alex Wood 1950-52.
Honours :
Won the J P McGuire Trophy 1948-49.
Won the Joseph Turner Memorial Cup in 1948, 1951 & 1952.
Toledo Mercurys North
See Toledo Mercurys
Toledo Mercurys South
See Toledo Mercurys
Toledo Sports Arena
Toledo, Ohio, USA. It's located right on the Maumee River in downtown Toledo, and is also known by Toledoans as the "Riverdome".  Former home of the Toledo Blades and Toledo Goaldiggers (and the Toledo Pride indoor soccer team).
Home ice for : Toledo Storm
Capacity : 5,160
Ice pad size : 180 feet x 80 feet
Toledo Storm [web site]
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Toledo, Ohio, USA. Founded in 1991. Played in the East Coast Hockey League 1991- .  
Home ice : Toledo Sports Arena
Team colours :
red, white & blue
Affiliations have included : Adirondack Red Wings, Detroit Red Wings, Grand Rapids Griffins, Milwaukee Admirals, Nashville Predators 2002-04, San Jose Sharks 2005-07, Tampa Bay Lightning 1999-00
General manager : Pat Pylypuik, Mike Miller
Head coach : Chris McSorley 1991-95, Todd Gordon 1999-00, Greg Puhalski, Murray Eaves, Dennis Holland, Nick Vitucci
Honours :
Won the Jack Riley Cup in 1993 & 1994.
Won the Henry Brabham Cup 1991-92.
Toll, Steve (1974- )
Born in Thurold, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing.
Club Career : Played for Columbus Cottonmouths & Fayetteville Force 1997-98, Fayetteville Force 1998-99 and Indianapolis Ice 1999- .
Tomajko, Jan (1976- )
Left-Wing.
International Career : Played for Czech Republic in the 2000 & 2001 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for HC Petra Vsetin 1999- .
Medals : Won World Championship gold in 2000 & 2001.
Tomita, Shoichi (- )
Played for Japan in the Olympic Winter Games in Squaw Valley in 1960 and in the World Championship of 1962 in Colorado Springs. He played 15 seasons in the Japanese League. Member of the IIHF Council since 1978 and Vice-President since 1994. Member of the Japanese Olympic Committee.
Tomlinson, Dave (1969- )
Born in Vancouver. British Columbia, Canada. Centre. Toronto Maple Leafs 1st pick (3rd overall) in the 1989 NHL Supplemental Draft. After his playing career he moved into sports broadcasting, providing NHL coverage for the TEAM1040 in Vancouver (www.team1040.ca). He is currently on every weeknight 9-11pm covering the NHL as well as doing the Canucks post game show, and pre and post on weekends. 
Club Career (playing) : Played for Toronto Maple Leafs & St John's Maple Leafs 1991-93, Winnipeg Jets & Moncton Hawks 1993-94, Florida Panthers & Cincinnati Cyclones 1994-95, Cincinnati Cyclones 1995-96, Mannheim Eagles 1996-02, Nürnberg Ice Tigers 2002-03, Hamburg Freezers 2003-05 and EV Zug & HC Martigny & Krefeld Pinguine 2005-06.
Medals : Won the German Championship Play-offs in 1997, 1998, 1999 & 2001.
Won the DEL in 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99 & 2000-01.
Honours : IHL All-Star Second Team in 1996.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 11 14 17 37 48
Tomlinson, Jeff (1970- )
Club Career : Played for Manchester Storm 1997-00 and Eisbären Berlin 2000- .
Medals : Won the Benson and Hedges Cup 1999.
Honours : BIHWA All-Star forward 1998-99.
Captain of the Manchester Storm 1999-00.
Tommy Ivan Trophy
Awarded annually to the most valuable player in the Central Hockey League (1963-84).
Toms, Jeff (1974- )
Born in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Centre. New Jersey Devils 10th pick (210th Overall) in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 1991-94, Atlanta Knights 1994-95, Atlanta Knights & Tampa Bay Lightning (one game) 1995-96, Tampa Bay Lightning & Adirondack Red Wings 1996-97, Tampa Bay Lightning & Washington Capitals 1997-98, Washington Capitals & Portland Pirates 1998-00, New York Islanders & New York Rangers & Springfield Falcons & Hartford Wolf Pack 2000-01, New York Rangers & Hartford Wolf Pack & Pittsburgh Penguins 2001-02, Florida Panthers & San Antonio Rampage 2002-03, Severstal Cherepovets & EHC Basel 2003-04, HC Ambri-Piotta 2004-06 and SC Langnau 2006- .
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 9 21 29
Tonawanda Sports Center
North Tonawanda, New York, USA. Located midway between Buffalo and Niagara Falls in the County of Niagara.
Home ice for : Buffalo Norsemen
Capacity : 2,800
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Tonelli, John (1960- )
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Left-wing. 
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1984 Canada Cup.
Club Career : Played for New York Islanders 1978-85, New York Islanders & Calgary Flames 1985-86, Calgary Flames 1986-88, Los Angeles Kings 1988-91 and Chicago Blackhawks & Québec Nordiques 1991-92.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1980, 1981, 1982 & 1983.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team left-wing 1981-82 & 1984-85.
NHL All-Star Roster 1982 & 1985.
Toni, Lino De (1972- )
Right-wing.
International Career : Played for Italy in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Toni, Manuel De (1979- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Italy in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Toni Kehle Cup

Awarded to the best goalie in the German Bundesliga. Named in honour of Anton 'Toni' Kehle.
"Tony Hand: A Life in British Ice Hockey"
Tony Hand: A Life in British Ice Hockey
A book by by Tony Hand and Mike Appleton. A 240 page hardback published by NPI Media Group in 2006. The first UK-born player to be drafted into the NHL and the finest ever to grace these shores, Scottish-born ice hockey legend, Tony Hand MBE tells his story from growing up on a council estate in Edinburgh and playing his first senior game at the tender age of 14 for the Murrayfield Racers to training with the Edmonton Oilers in the NHL and landing the grand slam with the Sheffield Steelers.  Order from Amazon UK or Order from Amazon.com
Tookey, Tim (- )
Club Career : Played for Hershey Bears 1986-87.
Honours : Won the Les Cunningham Plaque in 1986-87.
Top Rank Ice Rink
Southampton, Hampshire, England. 900 seats. 170 feet x 70 feet. It was known as "Top Rank" 1963-84.  In 1984 it was sold to Mecca and became the Mecca Leisure Ice Rink 1984-88.
Top Rank Trophy
A trophy awarded for a local competition at the Southampton Ice Rink.

1976-77 : Southampton Vikings
Top Shelf
This describes the area of the net just below the crossbar. The phrase "going top shelf" means that a player is trying to put the puck in the uppermost part of the net. It is also said that a player "goes upstairs" when this type of shot is executed.
Topatigh, Lucio 'Falco' (1965- )
Born Gallio, Italy. Right-wing. In his career he has scored more than 600 goals and 800 assists.
International Career : Played for Italy 1992-02 (including the 1998 Olympics and in the 1999 World Championships).
Club Career : Played for HC Asiago 1984-86, HC Bolzano 1986-91, HC Asiago 1991-93, HC Milano Devils 1993-95, HC Bolzano 1995-99 and HC Asiago 1999- .
Medals : Won Italian championship in 1987-88, 1991-90, 1993-4, 1995-96, 1996-97 & 2000-01. 
Won Coppa Italia in 2000 & 2001.
Honours : Top scorer Italian Championship 2000-01.
Captain of HC Asiago in 2005- .
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 27
Topeka Scarecrows [web site]
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Topeka, Kansas, USA. Founded 1998. Played in the Central Hockey League 1998-01 and the United States Hockey League 2001-03.
Home ice : Landon Arena
Team colours : red, gold, black & pewter
General manager : Chris Presson, Doug Miller
Head coach : Paul Kelly 1998-01, Bliss Littler 2001-03
Topeka Tarantulas
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Topeka, Kansas, USA. Founded 2004. Played in the Central Hockey League 2004-05.
Home ice : Landon Arena
Team colours : blue, orange & tan
General manager : Chris Presson 2004-05
Head coach : Joe Coombs 2004-05
Topshelf Sports [web site]
An Online hockey Store owned by Dave Hill, with brand name equipment at discount prices. Plus trivia, links, photo's, hockey forums, scores and online auctions.
Torchetti, John 'Torch' (1965- )
Born in Massachusetts, USA. General Manager of the San Antonio Dragons 1996-97 (assistant), Detroit Vipers 1998-99 and San Antonio Rampage 2002-03.
Club Career :
Played for Carolina Thunderbirds 1984-88, Virginia Lancers, Binghamton Whalers & Carolina Thunderbirds 1988-89 and Winston-Salem Thunderbirds 1989-91. Coached Greensboro Monarchs 1992-94 (assistant), San Antonio Iguanas 1994-96, San Antonio Dragons (assistant) & Fort Wayne Komets 1996-98, Tampa Bay Lightning 1999-01 (assistant),  San Antonio Rampage 2002-03, Florida Panthers 2003-04 (started season as assistant, became head coach in February 2004) and Los Angeles Kings 2005-  (replaced Andy Murray as 'interim' coach in March 2006). 
Medals : Won Won the Jack Riley Cup in 1989.
Won the Atlantic Coast Hockey League Play Off Championship in 1985.
Won the Atlantic Coast Hockey League in 1984-85 & 1985-86.
Won the All-American Hockey League Play Off Championship in 1988.
Honours : Won the Commissioner's Trophy 1997-98 (IHL).
Won the Commissioner's Trophy 1994-95 (CHL).
Coach in the IHL All-Star Game 1997-98.
Torchia, Mike (1972- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Netminder. Minnesota North Stars 2nd pick (74th overall) in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Team Canada 1992-93.
Club Career : Played for Kitchener Rangers 1988-92, Kalamazoo Wings 1992-94, Kalamazoo Wings & Dallas Stars 1994-95, Portland Pirates & Hampton Roads Admirals & Michigan K-Wings (one game) & Orlando Solar Bears & Baltimore Bandits 1995-96, Fort Wayne Komets & Baltimore Bandits (one game) 1996-97, Milwaukee Admirals & Peoria Rivermen & San Antonio Dragons 1997-98, Asiago Hockey 1998-99, Birmingham Bulls & Mohawk Valley Prowlers 1999-00 and Sheffield Steelers 2000- .
Medals : Won the Benson and Hedges Cup in 2000.
Torgaev, Pavel (1966- )
Born in Nizhni Nivgorod, USSR. Left-wing.
International Career : Played for USSR (Junior) 1983-86. Played for Russia in the 1994 Olympics and the 1995 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod 1982-92, Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod & Kiekko 1992-93, TPS 1993-94, JYP 1994-95, Calgary Flames & Saint John Flames 1995-96, HC Lugano 1996-97, HC Davos 1997-98, HC Fribourg-Gotteron 1998-99, Long Beach Ice Dogs & Calgary Flames & Tampa Bay Lightning 1999-00 and Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod 2000- .
Torino
Turin, city in northern Italy.  Hosted the XXth Winter Olympics in 2006. Games contested at the Torino Esposizioni complex, in Corso Massimo d'Azeglio in Torino and the Palasport is in the Santa Rita district to the south of Torino.
Torino (HC Torino)
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Turin, Italy.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Törmänen, Antti (1970- )
Born in Espoo, Finland. Right-wing.
International Career : Played for Finland at junior level from 1988 and in the senior team from 1994, winning the World Championship in 1995. Played for Finland in the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, the 1998 Olympics (won bronze) and the 1998 World Championship (won silver). Played for Finland in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Club Career : Played for Säähonka, Esbo SK, Espoo Blues, Jokerit Helsinki 1990-95 (won the Finnish Championship in 1994), Ottawa Senators (and Prince Edward Island Senators) 1995-96, Jokerit Helsinki 1996-98 (won the Finnish Championship in 1997) and HV 71 1998- .
Toronto 228th Battalion
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the National Hockey Association for half of the 1916-17 season before being posted overseas.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Toronto Arenas
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Although not a founder member of the National Hockey League the team joined the NHL in 1917 (the 1st season). The team held the Stanley Cup for two seasons, although they only won it once, because the health department halted the Montreal Canadiens (NHL) v Seattle Metropolitans (PCL) final of 1919 after five games because of the flu epidemic in which Montreal player Joe Hall had died. The team changed its name to Toronto St Patricks for the 1919-20 season.
Home ice : Mutual Street Arena
Team colours : 
General manager : Charlie Querrie 1917-18
Head coach : Dick Carroll 1917-18
Team captain :
Honours :
Won the Stanley Cup in 1918.
Toronto Blueshirts
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1912, folded in 1917. Played in the National Hockey Association 1912-17.
Home ice : Mutual Street Arena
Team colours : 
General manager : Jack Marshall 1913-14
Head coach : 
Team captain : Scotty Davidson 1913-14
Honours :
Won the Stanley Cup in 1914.
Toronto Canadas
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Senior "A" team that represented Canada in 1930.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Honours :
 
Toronto Canoe Club
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Ontario Hockey Association 1929-32.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Toronto Croatia (HK Toronto Croatia)
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Recreational team within the Toronto Croatia Hockey Club. Played in the True North Hockey League 1999- .
Home ice : Chesswood Arena
Team colours :  
Toronto Croatia A
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Recreational team within the Toronto Croatia Hockey Club. Played in the True North Hockey League 1997- .
Home ice : Chesswood Arena
Team colours :  
Toronto Croatia Aces (HK Toronto Croatia Aces)
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Recreational team within the Toronto Croatia Hockey Club. Played in the True North Hockey League 1999- .
Home ice : Chesswood Arena
Team colours :  
Toronto Croatia B
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Recreational team within the Toronto Croatia Hockey Club. Played in the True North Hockey League 1997-99. The team name was changed to HK Toronto Croatia prior to the 1999-00 season
Home ice : Chesswood Arena
Team colours :  
Toronto Croatia Hockey Club [web site]
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1996 by Peter Granic. As an organization, Toronto Croatia Hockey Club is open to all. However, the main purpose will continue to be to bring together more Canadians of Croatian descent. The club is oriented towards fitness and recreation. Teams that have operated under the club banner - Toronto Torcida, Toronto Croatia A, Toronto Croatia B, HK Toronto Croatia, HK Toronto Croatia Aces.
Toronto Goodyears
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Ontario Hockey Association Senior A League 1935-39.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Toronto Granites
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Senior "A" team that represented Canada in the 1924 Olympics.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Honours :
Won the John Ross Robertson Cup in 1922 & 1923.
Won the Allan Cup in 1922 & 1923.
Toronto Maple Leafs [web site]
Logo © Toronto Maple Leafs
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  Played in the National Hockey League under this name since 1926 although the franchise dates from 1917.  Hugh Aird and Conn Smythe introduced the Maple Leafs name when their company purchased the Toronto St Patricks NHL franchise.  The home ice for Toronto between 1931 and 1999 was the famous Maple Leaf Gardens. On the 13th February 1999 it became the last of the 'original six' arenas in the NHL to stop being used for NHL games. The Leafs moved to the new Air Canada Centre on the 20th February 1999.
Home ice : Mutual Street Arena (1926-31), Maple Leaf Gardens (1931-99), Air Canada Centre (1999- )
Team colours : blue & white
Affiliations have included : Brantford Smoke 1994-95, Cincinnati Tigers 1981-82, Columbia Inferno 2006-08, Dallas Black Hawks 1976-78, Flint Spirits 1985-86, Memphis RiverKings 2002-05, Milwaukee Admirals 1980-81 & 1986-88, New Brunswick Hawks 1978-82, Newmarket Saints 1986-91, Oklahoma City Blazers 1973-76, Pensacola Ice Pilots 2005-06, Phoenix Roadrunners 1973-74, Rochester Americans, Saginaw Gears 1974-80 & 1982-83, St Catherines Saints 1982-86, St John's Maple Leafs 1991-05, South Carolina Stingers 1993-95, Toledo Goaldiggers 1985-86, Toronto Marlies 2005-08
General manager : Conn Smythe 1927-57, Hap Day 1957-58, Punch Imlach 1958-69, Jim Gregory 1969-79, Punch Imlach 1979-81, Punch Imlach & Gerry McNamara 1981-82, Gerry McNamara 1982-88, Gord Stellick 1988-89, Floyd Smith 1989-91, Cliff Fletcher 1991-97, Ken Dryden 1997-99, Pat Quinn 1999-03, John Ferguson Jr 2003-07, John Ferguson Jr & Cliff Fletcher 2007-08, Cliff Fletcher 2008-   
Head coach : Conn Smythe 1926-30, Conn Smythe & Art Duncan 1930-31, Art Duncan & Dick Irvin 1931-32, Dick Irvin 1932-40, Hap Day 1940-50, Joe Primeau 1950-53, King Clancy 1953-56, Howie Meeker 1956-57, Billy Reay 1957-58, Billy Reay & Punch Imlach 1958-59, Punch Imlach 1959-69, John McLellan 1969-73, Red Kelly 1973-77, Roger Neilson 1977-79, Floyd Smith & Dick Duff & Punch Imlach 1979-80, Punch Imlach & Joe Crozier & Mike Nykoluk 1980-81, Mike Nykoluk 1981-84, Dan Maloney 1984-86, John Brophy 1986-88, John Brophy & George Armstrong 1988-89, Doug Carpenter 1989-90, Doug Carpenter & Tom Watt 1989-90, Tom Watt 1990-92, Pat Burns 1992-95, Pat Burns & Nick Beverley 1995-96, Mike Murphy 1996-98, Pat Quinn 1998-06, Paul Maurice 2006-08, Ron Wilson 2008-
Team captain : Hap Day 1927-37, Charlie Conacher 1937-38, Red Horner 1938-40, Syl Apps 1940-43, Bob Davidson 1943-45, Syl Apps 1945-48, Ted Kennedy 1948-55, Sid Smith 1955-56, Jim Thomson & Ted Kennedy 1956-57, George Armstrong 1957-69, Dave Keon 1969-75, Darryl Sittler 1975-81, Rick Vaive 1981-86, no captain 1986-89, Rob Ramage 1989-91, Wendel Clark 1991-94, Doug Gilmour 1994-97, Mats Sundin 1997-08, 
All-time best players : Syl Apps, George Armstrong, Johnny Bower, Turk Broda, King Clancy, Charlie Conacher, Tim Horton, Teeder Kennedy, Frank Mahovlich
Honours : Won the Stanley Cup in 1932, 1942, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1951, 1962, 1963, 1964 & 1967.
Retired jersey numbers :
5 6 (the Maple Leafs also have "Honoured" numbers - 1 for Turk Broda & Johnny Bower, 4 for Hap Day & Red Kelly, 7 for King Clancy & Tim Horton, 9 for Charlie Conacher & Teeder Kennedy, 10 for Syl Apps & George Armstrong, 21 for Borje Salming, 27 for Frank Mahovlich & Darryl Sittler)
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Toronto Marlboros
Logo © Toronto Marlboros
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1904 as the Marlborough Seniors. Nickname = the Marlies. Played in the Ontario Hockey League 1963-89.
Home ice : Mutual Street Arena, Maple Leaf Gardens
Team colours : 
Affiliations included :
Toronto Maple Leafs 1927-89
Head coach :
Frank Selke 1928-29, Joe Primeau 1938-39, Joe Primeau 1949-50, Turk Broda 1954-56, Jim Gregory 1963-64, Gus Bodnar 1966-67, Frank Bonello 1971-72, George Armstrong 1972-75, Bill White 1978-79, Dave Chambers 1979-80, Terry Martin 1987-89
Honours : Won the Memorial Cup in 1929, 1955, 1956, 1964, 1967, 1973 & 1975.
Won the Allan Cup in 1950.
Toronto Marlborough Athletic Club
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1903 as The Toronto Marlborough Athletic Club. Named after the Duke of Marlborough who gave his permission, to club secretary Fred Waghorne, to use the name and family crest. The club formed it's first hockey team in 1904 and named it the Marlborough Seniors.
Toronto Marlies [web site]
Logo © Toronto Marlies
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the American Hockey League 2005- . 
Home ice : Ricoh Coliseum
Team colours : blue & white
Affiliations have included : Toronto Maple Leafs 2005-08
General manager :  
Head coach : Paul Maurice 2005-06 
Team captain : 
All-time best players : 
Honours : 
Toronto Millionaires
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Played in the Canadian Professional Hockey League 1928-29 and the International-American Hockey League 1929-30. 
Home ice :  
Team colours :
Toronto Nationals
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Known as the 'Sea Fleas'. A team composed of amateur players which represented Canada in the 1933 World Championships. For 1932-33 roster see Canadian Squads - 1932-33.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Head coach : Harry Watson 1930-31, Howard Ballard 1932-33
Honours : Won the Allan Cup in 1931.
Won World Championship silver (on behalf of Canada) in 1933.
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Toronto Ontarios
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the National Hockey Association 1913-15.
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Team colours : 
Toronto Professionals
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Ontario Professional Hockey League 1907-09.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Honours :
Won the Ontario Professional Hockey League in 1907-08.
Won the Ontario Professional Hockey League Play-off Championship in 1908.
Toronto Ravinas
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Played in the Canadian Professional Hockey League 1927-28. Name changed to Toronto Millionaires before the 1928-29 season.
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Toronto RCAF
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Played in the Ontario Hockey Association Senior A League 1942-43.
Home ice :  
Team colours : 
Toronto Roadrunners
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the American Hockey League 2003-04. Relocated to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada as the Edmonton Road Runners.
Home ice : Ricoh Coliseum
Team colours : blue, white, grey & black
Affiliations have included : Edmonton Oilers
General manager : Scott Howson 2003-04
Head coach : Geoff Ward 2003-04
Toronto St Michael's Majors
Logo © Toronto St Michael's Majors
Played in the Ontario Hockey League until 1961 and again from 1997- .
Home ice : Maple Leaf Gardens
Team colours : Navy blue, royal blue and white
Toronto St Patricks
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the National Hockey League from 1919-26 . The team was formerly known as the Toronto Arenas. Name changed to the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1926.
Home ice : Mutual Street Arena
Team colours :
 
General manager : Charlie Querrie 1921-22
Head coach : George O'Donoghue 1921-22
Team captain :
Honours : Won the Stanley Cup in 1922.
Toronto Sea Fleas
See Toronto Nationals
Toronto Tecumsehs
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Played in the National Hockey Association 1912-13.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Toronto Torcida
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Recreational team within the Toronto Croatia Hockey Club. Played in the True North Hockey League 1996-97.
Home ice : Chesswood Arena
Team colours :  
Honours : 
Toronto Toros
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded 1973. The Toros took over the Ottawa Nationals World Hockey Association franchise when the owner moved the team to Toronto. Played in the WHA for three seasons 1973-74, 1974-75 and 1975-76. The franchise was moved to Birmingham Bulls.
Home ice : Varsity Arena and Maple Leaf Gardens
Team colours : blue, white & red
Affiliations have included : Buffalo Norsemen 1975-76, Mohawk Valley Comets 1974-75
General manager : Buck Houle 1974-76
Head coach : Billy Harris 1974-75, Bob Baun 1975-76
Toronto Varsity Grads
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Senior "A" team that represented Canada in 1928.  See Canada.
Home ice : 
Team colours :  
Toronto Victory Aircraft
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The team was sponsored by the wartime Victory Aircraft federal agency, which built Lancaster bombers for the Royal Canadian Air Force. Played in Ontario Hockey Association Junior ‘B’ 1944-45.
Home ice : 
Team colours :  
Honours : Ontario Hockey Association Junior ‘B’ champions 1944-45.
Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod
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Nizhni Novgorod, Russia (a river port in the European part of Russia on the river Volga).  Played in the Russian Premier League 1998-99 and the Russian Superleague 1999- .
Home ice : Konovalenko Sports Palace
Team colours : blue & white
General manager : ... 
Head coach : Dmitri Boginov 1954-63, Alexander Prilepsky 1963-65, Vitali Kostarev 1965-71, Alexander Prilepsky 1971-75, Igor Chistovsky 1975-79, Nikolai Karpov 1979-83, Yuri Morozov 1983-86, V Kormakov 1986-88, Igor Averkin, Gennadi Tsygurov 2002- 
Team captain : ...
All-time best players : ...
Honours : Won the Russian Premier League 1998-99
Torpedo-2 Nizhni Novgorod
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Nizhni Novgorod, Russia. The reserve team of Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod. Played in the Central Division of the Russian First League in 1999-2000.
Home ice : Konovalenko Sports Palace
Team colours : 
Blue and white
Honours : 
Torpedo Yaroslavl (HC Torpedo Yaroslavl)
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Yaroslavl, Russia. Played in the Russian Superleague 1999-2000. Played in the European Hockey League in 1997-98. Most prominent players : Alexei Gorshkov, Alexei Traseukh, Dmitry Krasotkin and Vladimir Samylin.
Home ice : AvtoDizel Ice Palace
Team colours : Red and white
Honours : Won the Russian Championship in 1997.
Won the Russian Hockey League 1996-97.
Torpedo-2 Yaroslavl (HC Torpedo-2 Yaroslavl)
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Yaroslavl, Russia. The reserve team of Torpedo Yaroslavl. Played in the Central Division of the Russian First League in 1999-2000.
Home ice : AvtoDizel Ice Palace
Team colours : 
Red and white
Honours : 
Torres, Raffi (1981- )
Forward. 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) 2000-01.
Club Career : Played for Brampton.
Torrey, Bill (- )
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1995.
Torriani, Conrad 'Bär' (- ) 
Forward.
International Career : Played for Switzerland in the 1934 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for EHC St Moritz 1933-34.
Torriani, Richard 'Bibi' (1911- )
Born in Switzerland. Forward. Part of the famous 'Ni-line' for Switzerland.
International Career : Played for Switzerland in the 1936 & 1948 Olympics and the 1934 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for HC Davos 1933-34.
Medals : Won Olympic bronze in 1948.
Honours : Elected to the IIHF Hall of Fame in 1997.
Tortorella, John (1958- )
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Virginia Lancers 1986-87, Buffalo Sabres 1989-95 (assistant), Rochester Americans 1995-97, Phoenix Coyotes 1997-99 (assistant), New York Rangers 1999-00 (interim coach - 4 games) and Tampa Bay Lightning 2000-08 (assistant until January 2001 when he became head coach).
Medals : Won the Calder Cup in 1996 (coach).
Won the Stanley Cup in 2004 (coach).
Honours : Won the ACHL Coach of the Year Award 1986-87.
Won the Jack Adams Award in 2004.
Toshev, Svetoslav (1986- )
Born in Bulgaria. Netminder.
International Career : Played for Bulgaria (Junior) 1999-04. 
Club Career : Played for Lions 99, Slavia Sofia and Iceberg Sofia.
Toskala, Vesa (1977- )
Born in Finland. Netminder.
International Career : Played for Finland in the 1999 & 2000 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Farjestads BK.
Medals : Won World Championship silver in 1999.
Won World Championship bronze in 2000.
"Total Hockey"
This massive hardcover volume with 1,888 pages took 15 years to compile according to co-author Dan Diamond. More than 75 writers, statisticians and hockey historians contributed to Total Hockey. Whilst the book has a heavy NHL bias it also covers the origins of the game and has a large international section. Over a thousand biographies and player statistics for NHLers. It was published in September 1998. Order from Amazon UK or Order from Amazon.com
"Total Stanley Cup : Official Publication of the National Hockey League"
Total Stanley Cup : Official Publication of the National Hockey League
Edited by Dan Diamond. A 192 page paperback published in April 2000 by Total Sports. Order from Amazon UK or Order from Amazon.com
Tottman, Dave (- )
Referee and Linsman. Father of Joy Tottman.
Leagues : Referee and Linsman in the English Premier League.
Tottman, Joy (1983- )
Born in Romford, Essex, England. Referee and Linesman. When Tottman took charge of the Winter Cup match between Milton Keynes Lightning and Guildford Flames on 23rd October 2004, she became the world’s first female to referee in a men’s league. On the 9th November 2005 she became the first woman to referee in a fully professional men's league game in the Elite League match between London Racers and Edinburgh Capitals. Daughter of Dave Tottman.
Club Career (playing) : Played for Oxford University in the 2004 varsity Match.
Leagues : Linesman in the Superleague & British National League 1999-03. Linesman & Referee Elite League 2003- .
Tournaments : Referee at the World Women's Challenge Tour held in Hull, England in 2002.
Referee at the World Championship (Women) Division II in Lecco, Italy in 2003.
Referee at the World Championship (Women) Division II in Vipiteno, Italy in 2004.
Referee at the 2006 Olympic Qualification (Group B) tournament held in Bad Tolz, Germany in 2004.
Referee at the European Championship (Women) Final in Stockholm, Sweden in 2004.
Referee at the World Championship (Women) in Linkoping & Norrkoping, Sweden in 2005.
Referee at the Olympics (Women) in Turin in 2006.
Honours : Won an Extraordinary Blue at Oxford (International Ice Hockey Referee) 2003-04.
Referee for the bronze medal game at the Olympics (Women) in 2006.
"Tough Calls"
A book by Dick Irvin on the work of the men in stripes.
Toulouse (Toulouse-Blagnac HC)
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Toulouse, France. Play in Nationale 1 of the French League. Known as Les Bélougas.
Home ice : 
Team colours : Black and red
Tours (ASG Tours)
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Tours, France. Play in Nationale 1 of the French League. Known as the Black Devils.
Home ice :
Team colours : black, white & grey
Honours : Won the French Championship in 1980.
Towns, Paul (- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain (Junior) in 1979.
Club Career :
Played for Whitley Bay.
Medals : Won European Championship (Junior) Pool C bronze in 1979.
Townsend, Elmer Albert 'Bull' (1905-1971)
Born in Souris, Manitoba, Canada. Defenceman. Also known as Art.
Club Career : Played for Edmonton Superiors 1937-39 and Portland Rosebuds.
Toyotahallen
Örebro, Sweden. 
Home ice for : Örebro IK.
Capacity : 4,400
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