TORONTO (June 1, 20223) - Frank Seravalli, President of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association, and Chuck Kaiton, President of the NHL Broadcasters' Association, announced today that Mark Mulvoy will receive the Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award for excellence in hockey journalism, and Dan Rusanowsky will receive the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for outstanding contributions as a hockey broadcaster.

Mulvoy and Rusanowsky will receive their awards at the "Hockey Hall of Fame NHL Media Awards Luncheon" in Toronto on Monday, November 13, 2023, and their award plaques will be displayed in the Esso Great Hall at the Hockey Hall of Fame alongside past award recipients.

Recipients of these awards, as selected by their respective associations, are recognized by the Hockey Hall of Fame as "Media Honourees" - a separate distinction from individuals inducted as "Honoured Members". Honoured Members are selected by the Hockey Hall of Fame Selection Committee.

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Click here to view the full list of Elmer Ferguson Award winners.
Click here to view the full list of Foster Hewitt Award winners.

Marvel at the largest jewel in the HHOF collection — the NHL’s first ever Zamboni — now on display in the new Arena Zone.


Opened on March 10, 2023, the new St. Louis Bar & Grill Arena Zone serves as the gateway to the NHLPA Game Time model rink and is comprised of the following highlights:

• Franchise Alley spotlights each NHL member team and their minor league affiliates

• Vintage Hockey Hub houses the largest jewel in the HHOF collection – the first Zamboni used in the NHL in 1954, as well as other artifacts from the famous original six arenas

• Silverware displays over 25 historic non-NHL Championship Trophies, including the Allan, Calder, Clarkson and Memorial Cups

• The Changing Face of Hockey – Diversity in our Game features hockey’s groundbreakers and trailblazers

• Plus several other themed exhibits celebrating additional innovations and levels of hockey

Items from the Colorado Avalanche's 2022 Stanley Cup Champinoship on display at the Hall.


The Hockey Hall of Fame continually receives donations of artifacts from across the world, from international tournaments to leagues, schools, photography collections and more. Here are some of the newest additions now on display:

• Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup Championship Ring – now on display in Lord Stanley's Vault inside the Esso Great Hall, the 2022 champions ring joins the collection! With six rubies representing their win in game six of the Final making up the Avalanche logo, see the incredible details up close in person, PLUS watch the 'Hockey Treasures' behind-the-scenes episode to see the inscriptions on the inside of the band here.

• Class of 2022 Inductee Showcase – highlighting the careers of hockey’s newest legends – Daniel Alfredsson, Herb Carnegie, Roberto Luongo, Riikka Sallinen, Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin. Located adjacent to the Hall’s Spirit of Hockey store, this tribute features artifacts ranging from NHL All-Star games, milestone NHL seasons, Olympic and IIHF Championships, and acheivement awards.

• Stanley Cup Champion Exhibit – showcasing the Colorado Avalanche’s Stanley Cup win! Highlights of this Hyundai NHL Today display include Conn Smythe winner Cale Makar's jersey, Artturi Lehkonen’s Stanley Cup winning goal stick, Nathan MacKinnon's jersey, Andrew Cogliano’s gloves, items straight from the celebrations in the Avalanche locker room and more.

• '72 Summit Series: 50 Years - a special exhibit featuring iconic artifacts including Paul Henderson’s series-winning goal stick are now on display to commemorate this special anniversary. Learn more.

• IIHF Year In Review - Updated with items from the 2021 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship which took place in a bubble in Calgary, AB! Artifacts include a stick used by Canada's Marie-Philip Poulin, jersey worn by Hilary Knight of the USA, Japanese forward Haruna Yoneyama's jersey and more.

• Vasilevskiy and Anderson Masks – donated during this current NHL season, the masks of Tampa Bay Lightning and 20/21 Conn Smythe Trophy winner Andrei Vasilevskiy and Buffalo Sabres veteran Craig Anderson, who became the sixth American-born goaltender to reach the 300-win mark this season, are on display in The Mask presented by Imports Dragon.

Claim    your free Greatness Calling NFT


As previously announced and in partnership with Network NFT Studios, the official launch of our first ever digital collectibles has been released! By pre-registering, you will gain exclusive access to our first release with the Greatness Calling NFT digital book. This book delves into the stories of hockey's most legendary players, and is a companion to the TV series "Legends of Hockey: Greatness Calling 2000-20", currently premiering on TSN. The digital collectible and book can only be viewed by owning them, making this a rare and exclusive opportunity for hockey fans and collectors.

Click here to pre-register, and you’ll also be updated about our future digital collectible drops.

On the backdrop of an NHL hockey arena, Phil Pritchard holds the Stanley Cup. Yellow text overlay says: History of Hockey with Phil Pritchard 'The Keeper of the Cup'. Sports Management Worldwide's logo is in the top right corner.


No one knows the Cup, or the history of the game of hockey, better than Phil Pritchard, VP of the Hockey Hall of Fame and the Keeper of the Cup.

Join Phil as he takes you through the history of the game in an online 8-week behind-the-scenes and interactive look at hockey, like you’ve never seen it before.

Next start date: July 24, 2023
Now available for college and university credit!

Receive $200 OFF registration when you use the code HHOF200

Click here to find out more and register!

A section of 'The Changing Face of Hockey - Diversity in Our Game' exhibit features items from Para Hockey including prosthetic limbs, jerseys, trophies and more.


The Changing Face of Hockey - Diversity in Our Game is a permanent exhibit that brings to light the challenges faced by marginalized people across North America in their struggle for social equality and acceptance in the great game of hockey.

The display pays homage to the pioneers who confronted discrimination from the hockey world through their perseverance, talent, and courage. They have enriched the cultural landscape of hockey and established a tangible forum in which to fight prejudices still faced by many, both in hockey and in life.

The display makes its permanent home within the St. Louis Bar and Grill Arena Zone.

Against a background of the stick wall at the Resource Centre, Kevin Shea and Phil Pritcard stand behind a Hockey Hall of Fame podium presenting a Hayley Wickenheiser jersey. They are facing a computer with a web cam.


Inspiring Indigenous youth to excel in academics and succeed through unique Hockey Hall of Fame outreach programs.

As part of the Hockey Hall of Fame's 75/25 Anniversary Celebrations in 2018, the Hall announced the newly established Hockey Hall of Fame Development and Preservation Fund together with its first "designated endowment" program, namely The Larry and Judy Tanenbaum Family Legends of Hockey Scholars Fund supported through an endowment gift of $1 million from the Tanenbaum's family foundation.

In activating the Legends of Hockey Scholars initiative, the Hockey Hall of Fame partnered with Connected North to deliver a series of six virtual field trip sessions to provide participating Indigenous schools with access to hockey-related content that is engaging and empowering. The curriculums included video tours of specific Hall of Fame exhibits, interactive class activities, as well as artifacts, historical footage and photographs from the Hall of Fame's extensive archives.

White Seneca College logo sits on abackground of read. Logo reads: Seneca.


From hockey's earliest origins to the Great One and beyond, Canada's great game is now being taught exclusively on-line. A credit course at Seneca College in Toronto, titled The Hockey Hall of Fame Presents, provides the opportunity for students across North America to participate.

The Hockey Hall of Fame and Seneca College's Faculty of Continuing Education have combined to create this landmark and award-winning on-line course, which takes a serious look at the history and evolution of the game. Each week's topics examine the cultural, social and economic impact hockey has had on Canada.

"We're excited about sharing our passion for hockey," says Hockey Hall of Fame Curator Phil Pritchard, who is one of the course's instructors along with the Editor of Publications at the Hockey Hall of Fame, Kevin Shea. "We are delighted to partner with Seneca in order to take the Hockey Hall of Fame's reputation and resources into the classroom."

For further information about on-line course, click here or contact Seneca College Media Relations at 416-491-5050 ext. 2656.