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 John Coughlin Sr. (INDUCTED 2013)

The late John Coughlin Sr. was one of the founding fathers of Worcester Pee-Wee Hockey, the first coach of St. Peter’s High School, and the organizer of varsity hockey at Worcester State where he compiled 140 wins in 15 seasons. Led WSU to three ECAC Division 3 in the 1970’s and his squad set the NCAA national record with 252 goals in just 24 games in 1971-72.


Dick Lamby (INDUCTED 2013)

Auburn native was the first player born in Central Massachusetts to play in the NHL, making his debut with the St. Louis Blues in 1978. Lamby was a member of the 1976 US Olympic hockey team and the 1978 USA World Championship team. Former ECAC player of the year with Salem State, he later went on to win a national championship with Boston University in 1978.

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Larry Murphy (INDUCTED 2013)

A hockey star at St. Peter’s, Murphy was considered the very first star of the Holy Cross hockey program and wrote the first pages of the Holy Cross record book. Led the Crusaders to three Worcester College Hockey Championships and still holds the record for most goals in a single season with a 45 goal effort in 1969-70.

 

Dave Roy (INDUCTED 2013)
 

Spearheaded the formation of the Northboro youth hockey association, inaugurated the hockey program at Algonquin, and was the general manager of the North Star Youth Forum for 15 years. Roy was the head coach of the WPI club hockey team for 13 seasons and led them to a National Championship in 1991. He is a member of the Frank Zamboni H.O.F and the Roy Conference in high school hockey is named after him.
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Click here to watch the 2013 Worcester Hockey Hall of Fame ceremony

 


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