WELCOME TO THE CONNECTICUT HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
The Connecticut Hockey Hall of Fame was created “To honor and celebrate CT hockey’s greatest moments and people.” The Connecticut Hockey Hall of Fame celebrates the rich tradition of hockey in Connecticut while helping the sport grow in the future.
The first CT Hockey HOF induction ceremony was held on March 10, 2012 at the XL Center in Hartford during an AHL game between Connecticut and Norfolk. That night the Hall honored CT hockey legends Pat Verbeek, Blaine Stoughton, Mike Liut, Brian Leetch, Julie Chu, William Barnes and Ken Gernander.
Founded by Mark Willand, The CT Hockey Hall website not only honors its members, but also serves as the home for Connecticut Hockey News, the World Hockey Association and the popular Hartford Whaler Nation web site.
In 2013 CT CT Hockey Hall of Fame will continue to help honor CT's all-time hockey legends via:
- The integrity of the HOF election process
- Educational and outreach initiatives
- CT’s finest sports museum
- Traveling exhibits that enrich and educate
- The CT Legends Hockey Team