SHHS Business Members
The SHHS would like to thank the following Business Members from our community:
Foley/Connelly Financial Partners, LLC
37 Elm St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: 413-214-7474
Flashpoint Imagery
West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: 774-212-2074
Photography for your special event
Marcotte Ford
1025 Main St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Phone: 888-695-5028
We've Got Your Back!
Phil Beaulieu & Sons Home Improvement
217 Grattan St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Phone: 413-592-1498
J & J Hockey
41 Barr Avenue
Greenfield, MA 01301
Phone: 413-210-5373
Located at the Collins/Moylan Ice Arena
Wellness Within Chiropractic
Dr. Shelley A. Wilton
4B Liberty St.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Phone: 413-527-2529
Glimmer Distributing
Bob Carestia
PO Box 109
Agawam, MA 01001
Reil's Rentals
282 High Street
Holyoke, MA 01040
Phone: 413-533-3165
Westfield Bank
11 convenient offices in the area
Phone: 413-568-1911
Teddy Bear Pools & Spas
Retail Store:
41 East Street
Chicopee, MA 01020
Phone: 413-594-2666 or
Memorial Drive Dental Associates
1176 Memorial Drive #4
Chicopee, MA 01020
Phone: 413-593-5772
Tellier's Auto Body, Inc.
386 Meadow St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Phone: 413-533-8585
Where workmanship is a matter of pride for 3 generations!
Kidwell Electric
100 Front Street
West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: 413-788-7198
Cotton's Performance LLC
105 Walnut St.
Agawam, MA 01001
Phone: 413-789-0531
Reen and Willcutts Orthodontics
David Reen, DDM
46 Daggett Drive, Suite 1B
West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: 413-733-2477
Northwestern Mutual
Christopher Watroba, CLU
1351 Main St.
Springfield, MA 01103
Phone: 413-748-6045
American Dream Home Remodel
100 Steiger Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Phone: 413-219-7440
John Guagliardo
Poly-Plating, Inc.
2096 Westover Road
Chicopee, MA 01022
Phone: 413-593-5477
The home of genuine Poly-Ond coating.
King Ward Coach Lines
70 Justin Drive
Chicopee, MA 01022
Phone: 413-593-3939
Nino's DJ Service
Phone: 413-525-2382
Nino Cuccovia
Steve's Sports
94 Front St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: 413-746-1696
We print cool stuff!
RI Reds Heritage Society
PO Box 167
Barrington, RI 02806
Phone: 401-247-2666
T.W.W. Construction, LLC
792 Stony Hill Road
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Phone: 413-246-2591
Guardian Uniform
40 Robbins Road
Springfield, MA 01104
Phone: 413-858-8880
Adam Quenneville Roofing, Siding & Windows
Zach Stachura
160 Old Lyman Road
South Hadley, MA 01075
Phone: 413-341-1850
Please call us at 413-650-7447 to learn more about how your business membership in the SHHS can help us preserve the legacy by honoring the past!

Hockeyday has become the biggest day of the year on the Springfield Hockey Heritage Society calendar. Hockeyday starts at 12 noon on Saturday August 8th at the Food Court located just behind the Eastern States Coliseum in West Springfield.

Among the day's highlights are a catered lunch from Take 5 in Feeding Hills. They will also have a cash bar on site. Auction items will be available including a signed Dustin Pedroia baseball and several items autographed by NHL players, including former Falcon Devan Dubnyk. We'll also have gift cards and certificates to local businesses as part of the auctions. We'll also have official Springfield Hockey Heritage Society merchandise on hand.

Hockeyday will also have several former Springfield players return for a day in the limelight. Currently we have already announced on our Facebook page the returns of Hartland Monahan (1978-79), Tim Jacobs (1974-75 & 1977-79) and Gordie Smith (1972-74 & 1981-82).

Also returning for their third consecutive Hockeyday are Springfield Hockey Hall of Famer, Bruce Cline and Yves Locas. Keep up to date for the latest news on Hockeyday on our Facebook page.

We're also pleased to announce the return of Paul D'Amato who was a big part of Hockeyday last summer. Paul has had a successful acting career, but to hockey fans far and wide, will always be remembered as Tim "Dr. Hook" McCracken from the iconic hockey film, Slapshot.

Hockeyday is the biggest event of the year for the Springfield Hockey Heritage Society. Let the planning begin for 2016!


It's been an active spring and summer here at the Springfield Hockey Heritage Society. Our Springfield Falcons made a late season push to qualify for the AHL Calder Cup playoffs. They were thwarted the day after their regular season ended when the Portland Pirates defeated the Worcester Sharks to skate into the eighth and final Eastern Conference playoff spot.

Worth mentioning is that many of those Portland Pirates will be skating as Springfield Falcons come next season. The Columbus Blue Jackets left as the Falcons NHL affiliate. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of Falcons ownership and management, the Arizona Coyotes will be the new parent club here in Springfield starting this fall.

Among all that, the Society hosted our annual "Pucks and Pizza" outing and then something new this year, "Pucks Parmesan". Pucks Parmesan was our first ever event that was open to the general public as well as our valued Members.

Up next on the SHHS calendar is our biggest event of the year, Hockeyday at the Coliseum. This year's Hockeyday is all set for Saturday August 8th. Once again, Hockeyday will be held in the shadows of the historic Eastern States Coliseum. We're pleased to announce that we've already received confirmation on 12 former Springfield players who will be returning.


Springfield Hockey Hall of Fame

The Springfield Hockey Heritage Society is pleased to announce our affiliation with the Springfield Falcons in presenting the online home of the Springfield Hockey Hall of Fame. The SHHS would like to thank the Falcons organization for the opportunity to host the online home of the Springfield Hockey Hall of Fame and also for their ongoing commitment to the rich history of hockey here in Springfield.

Click here to enter the online home of the Springfield Hockey Hall of Fame.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Springfield Hockey Heritage Society is to preserve the legacy of professional ice hockey in Springfield for current and future generations by honoring the players and officials, and maintaining artifacts and historical records that have provided ten decades of sports enjoyment in the Pioneer Valley.

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