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Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto  

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Rank 36# on 58
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30 Yonge St, Toronto
+1 416-360-7765
info@hhof.com

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The Hockey Hall of Fame is located in Toronto, Canada. This museum was built in the year 1943 by James T. Sutherland. This museum is dedicated to the great American Hockey player of “ice hockey”.  This place is a paradise for hockey lovers. There is incredibly something or the other for people of all ages, right from interactive games for kids to authentic NHL game action. Not to talk about special sections on the greatest players and teams of all time. There are several memorable things like National Hockey League (NHL) records, about players and teams, player’s jerseys, old hockey sticks, memorabilia and NHL trophies etc.

Website:           http://www.hhof.com/

Address:        30 Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada M5E 1X8

Telephone:       141.636.077.35

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Hockey Hall of Fame came in to being out of use of the term ‘Hall of Fame’ in the 19th century for Great Americans, which had originally been a portion of New York University. Movement for creating the other ‘halls... more of fame’ was dedicated towards several disciplines picked up speed in 1930s. Initially, this term was adopted by baseball players. Later on, it got adopted by hockey players as well.
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