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[[Image:Hartford CT Flag.gif|thumb|This city's flag.]]
 
[[Image:Hartford CT Flag.gif|thumb|This city's flag.]]
Hartford is a city in northern [[Connecticut]].
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'''Hartford''' is a city in northern [[Connecticut]].
   
 
It has a population of about 125,000 and a metropolitan population of about 1,200,0000.
 
It has a population of about 125,000 and a metropolitan population of about 1,200,0000.
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The [[XL Center]], then known as the [[Hartford Civic Center]] hosted the [[1986 NHL All-Star Game]] and the [[1994 NHL Entry Draft]].
   
   
 
==Teams==
 
==Teams==
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*[[Connecticut Whale]] ([[AHL]], November 27, 2010-2013) revert to Hartford Wolfpack name
*[[Hartford Whalers]]
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*[[Connecticut Jr. Wolfpack ]]([[Atlantic Junior Hockey League]], (2003-2004) renamed [[Hartford Jr. Wolfpack]]
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*[[Hartford Whalers]] ([[National Hockey League|NHL]], January 17, 1980-1997) became [[Carolina Hurricanes]]
 
*[[Hartford Wolf Pack]]
 
*[[Hartford Wolf Pack]]
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#([[American Hockey League]], 1997-November 27, 2010) renamed [[Connecticut Whale]], November 27, 2010
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#([[American Hockey League]], 2013-Present)
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*[[Hartford Jr. Wolfpack]] ([[Atlantic Junior Hockey League]], (2004-Present)
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*[[New England Whalers]] ([[WHA]], January 9, 1975-January 18, 1978) forced to play in [[West Springfield ]]and [[Springfield, MA]] until January, 1980 when arena roof collapses from snow team at which point team was known as [[Hartford Whalers]] of the [[NHL]]
   
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==Arenas==
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*[[XL Center|XL Center ]](January 5, 1975-Present) formerly known as Hartford Civic Center until December 2007, arena closed from January 18, 1978-January 17, 1980 due to roof collapse
   
 
==Players==
 
==Players==
 
 
*[[Nick Bonino]]
 
*[[Nick Bonino]]
 
*[[Marquis Mathieu]]
 
*[[Marquis Mathieu]]
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*{{w|Hartford, Connecticut}} on ''Wikipedia''
 
*{{w|Hartford, Connecticut}} on ''Wikipedia''
[[Category:American towns]]
 
 
[[Category:NHL Cities]]
 
[[Category:NHL Cities]]
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[[Category:Connecticut towns]]

Latest revision as of 22:50, October 15, 2019

Hartford CT Flag

This city's flag.

Hartford is a city in northern Connecticut.

It has a population of about 125,000 and a metropolitan population of about 1,200,0000. The XL Center, then known as the Hartford Civic Center hosted the 1986 NHL All-Star Game and the 1994 NHL Entry Draft.


TeamsEdit

  1. (American Hockey League, 1997-November 27, 2010) renamed Connecticut Whale, November 27, 2010
  2. (American Hockey League, 2013-Present)

ArenasEdit

  • XL Center (January 5, 1975-Present) formerly known as Hartford Civic Center until December 2007, arena closed from January 18, 1978-January 17, 1980 due to roof collapse

PlayersEdit

External LinksEdit

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