On This Date, 59 Years Ago, Willie O’Ree Broke the Color Barrier From Ice Hockey in Harlem

Describing Willie O’Ree’s NHL debut as a Boston Bruin against the Candiens, Dave Stubbs writes “The native of Fredericton, New Brunswick, had arrived in Montreal from Quebec on an emergency call-up, carrying a suitcase and the baggage of racial intolerance he had been lugging through the minor pros.” Continue Reading →

Colgate Men’s Ice Hockey And Ice Hockey In Harlem Have Fun Pucking Around

Despite a weekend off from competition, the Colgate men’s ice hockey team still hit the ice Saturday afternoon as the Raiders volunteered with Ice Hockey in Harlem in Central Park. Continue Reading →

Canadian Hockey Company Donates $20K To Ice Hockey In Harlem Kids

hockey-for-kids-in-harlemWhen 12-year-old Dylan Gallagher started collecting his teammates’ used hockey equipment to donate, he was just trying to do a good deed for his bar mitzvah. Continue Reading →

Go Green, With The Ice Hockey In Harlem Benefit On The Green

ice hocky in harlemOn August 1st, 2016, Ice Hockey in Harlem will hold its annual Benefit on the Green at the beautiful Quaker Ridge Golf Club in Scarsdale, New York. Continue Reading →

Ice Hockey In Harlem 2016 Benefit on the Green

golf getawayOn August 1st, support the children of Ice Hockey in Harlem and spend a day playing golf or tennis with hockey legends! Continue Reading →

Harlem Athletes Are ‘Cross-Checking’ Hockey Stereotypes (audio)

2015_03_22_HarlemHockey_012Go to almost any suburban rink on an early winter morning and you’ll see equipment bags and hockey sticks being unloaded from SUVs and minivans, as dedicated parents bring their kids to predawn practice. Continue Reading →