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British ice hockey's own Hall of Fame was created in 1948 by the weekly newspaper Ice Hockey World and continued until the journal's demise ten years later. In 1986 the British Ice Hockey Writers' Association (now Ice Hockey Journalists UK) revived the Hall which now has nearly 100 members.
IHJUK member Martin C. Harris, the winner of the prestigious Brian McFarlane Award from the Canada-based Society for International Hockey Research for his book Homes of British Ice Hockey, has now produced The British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame, a collection of biographies, many never before seen in print, celebrating the achievements of these sporting personalities.
The 192-page soft back, with a photo of every member. Is now available to order - cover price of £14.99.
Ice hockey is currently one of the fastest growing sports in the world. This book looks at every venue ever to host the sport in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It contains a wealth of information on each building, including team histories, statistical information, architectural details and many illustrations.
Detailing the finest ever Scottish players to ever grace the ice, with personal stories of players who have contributed to the game.
Features the players who were the finest ever seen on Scottish ice. Individuals like Billy Fullerton and ’Tuck’ Syme, for example, were as outstanding in their chosen sport as any hero of football or rugby. This book goes further in telling the personal stories of the players whose contribution to the sport has been particularly significant.
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 fourteen for the Murrayfield Racers to training with the Edmonton Oilers in the NHL and landing the grand slam with the Sheffield Steelers.