Hockey Unlimited Honors Hall of Fame

On Saturday, December 7, 2013, Hockey Unlimited inducted Connor Hutchinson into its Hall of Fame, in recognition of his eight years of noteworthy participation in Hockey Unlimited as both a player and a coach. Tim Dyer, Managing Director and Head Coach, remarked, “Connor Hutchinson fully appreciates the essentials of the great sport of hockey in general and the spirit of our program in particular, so our organization felt the time had arrived for this formal designation”. Dyer further stated, “There is no question in my mind that Connor has proven to be a major, positive influence on our program”.

He is only the second person in the 49-year history of the organization to be named to the Hockey Unlimited Hall of Fame. Connor is the son of James and Joann Hutchinson of Plympton, MA. He is 18 years old and is currently a first year Honors student studying Mechanical Engineering at UMass Lowell.

Hockey Unlimited is an organization founded 49 years ago that is committed to teaching the fundamentals of ice hockey to local youths ranging in age primarily from nine to 14 years. All sessions are held at the Travis Roy Rink inside Tabor Academy’s Fish Center for Health and Athletics.

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