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U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2021 Announced

By USA Hockey, 09/09/21, 9:45AM MDT


Stan Fischler, Paul Holmgren and Peter McNab to be enshrined

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Stan Fischler,  Paul Holmgren, and Peter McNab will be enshrined into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame as the Class of 2021, it was announced today by USA Hockey.

Stan, Paul and Peter have all had an enormously positive impact on American hockey over the course of many decades,” said Mike Trimboli, president of USA Hockey. “Their extraordinary contributions to our sport continue today and will be felt for generations to come. Our warmest congratulations to each of them on their well-deserved selection and we look forward to the formal enshrinement ceremonies later this year.” 

Complete bios for the Class of 2021 can be found below.

Class of 2021

NOTES: The U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2021 will be  enshrined together with the Class of 2020 at a formal Induction Celebration in December of 2021 ... U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame inductees are chosen on the basis of extraordinary contribution to the sport of hockey in the United States … The U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame was incorporated in 1969 and inducted its first class in 1973 ... The Class of 2021 will be the 49th installed to the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. To date, there are 190 enshrined members. For information on the members of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, visit ... The U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Museum, located in Eveleth, Minnesota, is open daily. For hours of operation and admission prices, visit or call 800-443-7825.


Stan Fischler, America's foremost hockey historian, is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster whose career in hockey coverage spans eight decades and continues today. 


Paul Holmgren’s career in hockey is highlighted by more than 40 years with the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers over parts of six decades, in addition to major contributions to American hockey.


Peter McNab's contributions to American hockey are large, and he ranks 19th among Americans in NHL history with 813 points in 995 regular-season games.