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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==
*Connecticut Whale (AHL, November 27, 2010-Present)
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*[[Connecticut Whale]] ([[AHL]], November 27, 2010-2013) revert to Hartford Wolfpack name
*Connecticut Jr. Wolfpack (Atlantic Junior Hockey League, (2003-2004) renamed Hartford Jr. Wolfpack
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*[[Connecticut Jr. Wolfpack ]]([[Atlantic Junior Hockey League]], (2003-2004) renamed [[Hartford Jr. Wolfpack]]
*[[Hartford Whalers]] ([[National Hockey League|NHL]], January 17, 1980-1997) became Carolina Hurricanes
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*[[Hartford Whalers]] ([[National Hockey League|NHL]], January 17, 1980-1997) became [[Carolina Hurricanes]]
*[[Hartford Wolf Pack]] ([[American Hockey League]], 1997-November 27, 2010) renamed Connecticut Whale, November 27, 2010
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*[[Hartford Wolf Pack]]
*Hartford Jr. Wolfpack (Atlantic Junior Hockey League, (2004-Present)
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#([[American Hockey League]], 1997-November 27, 2010) renamed [[Connecticut Whale]], November 27, 2010
*New England Whalers (WHA, January 9, 1975-January 18, 1978) forced to play in Springfield and West Springfield, MA until January, 1980 when arena roof collapses from snow team at which point team was known Hartford Whalers of NHL
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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]]
   
 
==Arenas==
 
==Arenas==
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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

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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. 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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