The NJ High School Ice Hockey Hall of Fame


The New Jersey High School Ice Hockey Hall of Fame was established in 2009 to formally honor the contributions of the many outstanding players, coaches, teams and contributors to New Jersey high school ice hockey.

The Hall of Fame honors the contributions and accomplishments of these individuals who are worthy of recognition as examples for others to emulate and serves as a symbol of appreciation of the excellence, honor, and devotion displayed by these celebrated individuals.

Our Most Recent Enshrinees


West Essex 1977-78

West Essex 1977-1978 The 1977-1978 West Essex Hockey Team experienced many high points during the 1977-78 season. Sparked by Tri-Captains Ken Smith, Keith Wright and Chip Grabowski, the icemen claimed their first championship win at Brick Township in five years. In... read more

Chatham Township 1978-79

Chatham Township 1978-1979 The Chatham Township 1978-1979 hockey team’s 19-2-1 overall record and 15-0 conference record gave the Gladiators one of their best seasons ever. Kevin Knightly, in his last year, led the team and the state in goals scored. Bob Campi and... read more

Peter McMullen

New Jersey Devils Contributor Peter McMullen is currently in his 16th season as executive vice president of the Devils and 32nd year with the organization…Responsibilities include office operations, purchasing and scheduling; works closely with Devils Arena... read more

Dr. John McMullen

New Jersey Devils Contributor A lifelong New Jersey native, McMullen graduated from Montclair HS in 1936, and from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1940. He retired after 15 years of service as a Commander. He then went to the MIT to earn an MS in naval architecture and... read more

Joe Walsh

Seton Hall Prep Contributor Joe Walsh was the long time (36 years) Director of Athletics at Seton Hall Prep. During his tenure, Seton Hall Prep hockey won three state championships and nine Gordon Cup Championships. During that time span, he served multiple times as... read more

Lou Lamoriello

Contributor Lou Lamoriello is currently the general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Lamoriello, who had been with the New Jersey Devils from 1987 to 2015, served longer with a single team than any general manager in NHL history with the exception Conn Smythe and... read more

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