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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


Christian Brothers Academy (1982-1983)

Christian Brothers Academy 1982-1983 For the first time in the history of CBA ice hockey, the Colts captured their first state championship, and were awarded the Star Ledger Trophy. After going 3-13-2 the previous season, the Monmouth County School went unbeaten over... read more

Harry Rulon Miller

Princeton Day School Coach Harry Rulon-Miller ‘51 worked at Princeton Day School from 1961-2014, where he served as head coach of the varsity ice hockey team from 1968-1981. Harry’s teams (PDS) played a challenging schedule against regional boarding schools as well as... read more

Frank Horan

St. Joseph (Montvale) Coach Frank was an outstanding athlete all thru high school setting several records in baseball. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Braves and went on to pitch for their AAA farm system. After a tragic accident that ended his pitching career he... read more

Donald Eccleston

Montclair Coach Donald L. Eccleston was born in Providence, Rhode Island in 1943 and died in 1993 in Pomfret, CT as the age of 50. He was a graduate of Deerfield Academy, Brown University and Suffold University. He was a staff sergeant in the United States Army during... read more

Martin Williams

Chatham Township Defenseman Martin played defense for the Chatham Township Gladiators from 1979 to 1982 where he scored 18 goals and 68 assists and was the Captain for his junior and senior years. During his time, the Gladiators were 76 and 25 and won the Mennen Cup... read more

Dave Tracy

Seton Hall Prep Forward It is totally accurate to characterize Dave Tracy as a New Jersey Hockey Pioneer. Long before a number of today’s talented players from New Jersey took their elite skill sets to the highest levels of hockey, Dave forged an impressive playing... read more

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