UK Ice Hockey Hall of Fame
The Hall of Fame selection committee recognises individuals each year – usually players but also coaches, match officials and administrators – who have rendered outstanding service to British ice hockey.
The original Hall of Fame (1948-55) was created by Bob Giddens, a Canadian journalist and player based in London, who was the editor and publisher of the weekly newspaper Ice Hockey World. The Hall of Fame was revived in 1986 under the auspices of the British Ice Hockey Writers Association, which later become Ice Hockey Journalists UK.
The sport’s governing body, Ice Hockey UK, took over the organisation of the Hall in 2018.
The current members of the Hall of Fame are…