Experience the 1990s

Enjoy these stories from historians and hockey fans.

I had the pleasure to play for Clinton Central on some great teams, and then make my way up the Hill to play 4 more years at Hamilton with more great teams. To top it all off, I was then fortunate to be able to play with…

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The only alumni game I ever played in at Hamilton was sometime in 1990. It was before the season started, and Coach Grady agreed to a game between the alumni of ‘88-’90 and the ‘90-’91 Hamilton team. I think it’s the only game between the varsity and alumni that was ever played…

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“I may have told you that the idea of the goalie face mask was his [Al Prettyman’s], and he asked me to work with him to try to develop a mask in 1934. We had no moldable material such as acrylic, and the attempts to modify a baseball face mask were not successful…

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In 1995, our high school team began a new fraternity, and that was one of State Champions. There were many unbelievable teams before us, but there was not a State Tournament to participate in…

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Winning back-to-back State Championships in high school in ‘95 and ‘96. Also, growing up watching my father coach HS hockey for a good portion of my life, along with him coaching me in the early years of youth hockey.

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As a freshman on the Hamilton College Hockey team, one of my most vivid memories was defeating then-nationally ranked #1 and defending national champions Middlebury College in front of a packed house at Sage Rink, 3-2. Hamilton…

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Andrew Burns Hamilton '78; Clinton High School '74andrewcburns@yahoo.com
Ted Molloy Hamilton '78; Hamilton Hockey Captaine.molloy@cox.net.