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Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto
Toronto and surrounding
Museums, Galleries, Exhibitions,  Sports
Museums, Galleries, Exhibitions, 

Hockey fans are eager to get into the Hockey Hall of Fame in the block of Brookfield Place, Toronto.

Canada is considered the birthplace of ice hockey. Today, this sport is a national pride there. However, the design and implementation of the Hall of Fame are cosmopolitan. Some exhibits there are dedicated not only to the Canadian legendary teams but also to the players of the American continent and European countries. Those whose biographies and photos are presented definitely deserve respect.

The Hockey Hall of Fame stores not only portraits of Ice Kings but also clubs and their history, skates, winning cups, NHL trophies, photo chronicles of great matches, and other memorable items that remind of names and events. There are personal items and awards related to the sports careers of more than 300 famous representatives of the hockey world.

Each year, in June, a committee of 18 hockey stars selects new members for the Hall of Fame's "team". The team accepts both current players and veterans, as well as coaches, referees, sports commentators, and those who make a significant contribution to the development of the game. A prerequisite is a participation in more than 800 NHL games (the "passing score" for goalkeepers is 500 matches). The glory rating takes into account the number of matches won, pucks that reached the opponent's goal, cup wins, etc.

A special place is given to the exhibition stand that tells about the Stanley Cup. There are photos, sports biographies, a chronicle of victories. The Cup is placed in the great hall of the museum. However, it is replaced by a copy during the championships. The "Treasury" with the trophies is located next to portraits of all participants of the Hockey Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame also houses the Hockey Museum, as well as entertainment for fans of this game. You can participate in an interactive match as a striker or play goal defense.

The museum space consists of 15 halls full of awards, sports equipment, photographs, and detailed text comments on all the exhibits.

Address: 30 Yonge Street

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