Most countries where organized ice hockey is played have some kind of a national championship. In some cases, such as National Hockey League or Kontinental Hockey League, the championship is that of a league comprising more than one country; in many other cases, it is a multi-level system, with one top league and one or several lower divisions between which a system of promotion and relegation exists.
If the article ice hockey is by far the most important to read for the neophytes, several more articles are of importance to understand the sport of ice hockey. This section lists some of the key articles to take a look at:
The Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves are an American men's collegiate ice hockey team representing the University of Alaska-Anchorage. The program has been announced that it would be cancelled at the end of the 2020-21 playing season due to the state of Alaska's financial situation. The team was forced to cancel the 2020-21 playing season.
A fundraising campaign has be launched in an effort to raise $3 million (US) to save the hockey team.
Please visit saveseawolfhockey.com for more information if you are interested and able to make a donation.
As of early Jun the team has raised $2.28 million towards their goal.
June 4, 2021National Women's Hockey League referee Jamie Huntley-Park and her husband Ryan Park are killed in a head-on collision with a wrong way driver in San Ysidro, California, both were detectives with the San Diego Police Department. Huntley-Park was to be an official at the 2021 IIHF Women's World Championship and was a candidate to officiate at the 2022 Winter Olympics She previously officiated at the 2015, 2016, and 2019 Women's World Championships as well as numerous lower level international championships and Olympic qualifiers.
March 30, 2021Worcester State University announces the addition of a women's ice hockey team to begin play with the 2021-22 season. Ironically the program will be based out of the same arena as the recently former Becker College teams and also hired the former women's team head coach to be the first head coach of the team.
March 28, 2021 The Board of Trustees for Becker College announce that the college will close at the end of the 2020-21 academic year, ending the men's and women's hockey programs at the college.
October 29, 2020Travis Roy, who was paralyzed in and on-ice accident 11 seconds into his first ever shift with the Boston University Terriers on October 20, 1995, passes away following complications from a previous surgery.
New South Wales is the most crowned state, with 38 titles. Of the AIHL era, the Newcastle North Stars are the most frequent victor with 6 titles most recently in 2016. The Goodall Cup celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2009.
The Ice Hockey Wiki (IHW) is a project created to cover ice hockey as thoroughly as possible. The wiki was founded on June 27th 2006 by DMighton and has, ever since its creation, kept growing at a steady pace. We encourage visitors to create an account and join us in our effort to build the most complete and accurate ice hockey encyclopedia ever.
You do not have to create 50 new articles every day to contribute. Heck, you don't even need to drop by every day either! There is no obligation here. You may want to begin by correcting little spelling mistakes our members may have made to begin with; you may as well correct a team roster, add a line or two about a particular event that occurred in the history of a particular team or league, add statistics for a player, create an article to "blue" a dead link... In the end, every little step counts, and every edit made makes IHW better.
This is a free project for everyone; therefore, everyone can contribute. We hope to have your help!
The Ice Hockey Wiki community is a small but dedicated group of people who love ice hockey and are bound by a common goal: to build the most complete and accurate ice hockey encyclopedia ever written. We all have our very own specialty.
If you have any question about the wiki itself or about editing, you should ask our administrator: Dtalbot.
We have a discussion page, the Locker Room. Don't hesitate to drop by the place and ask questions, propose things or join ongoing discussions!
You decided to help us? Thank you! We are glad you stepped in. We realize there may be quite a few things confusing for people who are new to wiki editing, and several little technicalities you may not be aware of if you have not hanged around here for a long time, so we have some resources to assist you. We suggest you start by reading the Ice Hockey Wiki Guidelines. That's a good place to begin with, as our rules and policies are stated there. Don't worry, we don't have many, and they are very simple and instinctive.
If you are new to wiki editing, you should then read this help page about editing. You should also read the Manual of style. It is not a very long read, and it will tell you what you need to know about how to write a new article. If you want to practice using the editing interface, you should do it in the sandbox. We also have a small FAQ to assist you with some things.
The Ice Hockey Wiki is a pretty big wiki and is certainly not about to stop growing. Considering the fact that the world is a large place across which hockey is spread, IHW is beginning to create specific projects within the wiki for specific aspects of the sport. Here is a list of all the projects ongoing within the IHW. You are free to join any ongoing project or to start new ones at any time, but in the latter case, you should first check if there is not already one in progress covering what you plan to work on.
IHW Project:Hockey Cards - a project for the collectors, aiming at building a comprehensive and complete encyclopedia of the history of hockey cards, that so many of us probably collected at one point in our lives.
IHW Project:Women's hockey - a project aiming at building the most comprehensive and complete encyclopedia on women's ice hockey. The focus includes events, players and teams at Olympic, national, and collegiate levels.