Steve Freeman

2016 Inductee
Steve Freeman was born and raised in New Brighton, Minn., where he played his youth hockey, followed by high school hockey at tradition-rich Irondale High School.  Following graduation, Freeman went on to play junior hockey with the Minneapolis Junior Bruins, and then on to UW-Stevens Point for college hockey.

Bill McCoshen

2016 Inductee
Bill McCoshen was born and raised in Superior.  He played youth hockey for the Superior Amateur Hockey Association, and was a starting defenseman for three years for the Superior Senior High School Spartan hockey team.  Each of those three years resulted in Superior competing in the WIAA High School Hockey Championship Game, ...

Tim Coghlin

2017 Inductee
Tim Coghlin is a native of Summerland, British Columbia.  Prior to coming to the United States, he played junior hockey with Penticton of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League.  ...

John Kennedy

2017 Inductee
John Kennedy was born in Red Lake, Ontario, Canada, and was raised in Milwaukee, where he played his youth hockey for Milwaukee SHAW, when the SHAW program was in its early, formative years....
  • Carl Bloedorn - 1997
Bloedorn is a native of Fond du Lac and served in many capacities to the sport of ice hockey throughout his lifetime.  One of the “old-time hockey people”, Bloedorn’s hockey career began on the frozen rivers, ponds and lakes in the Fond du Lac area and spanned three decades as a player, referee, fund raiser and builder for the Fond du Lac Bears and the Fond du Lac Blue Line Hockey Club.

As a referee, Bloedorn worked from 1939-1972 in the Wisconsin Senior Amateur Hockey Association, the Rock River Hockey League, the Wisconsin State League and the Wisconsin/Michigan Hockey League.  For many of these years, Bloedorn worked unpaid as an official and even traveled with the Fondy Bears and helped with the teams travel expenses.
 
As a builder, Bloedorn was instrumental in the fundraising and construction of the first indoor ice arena in Fond du Lac.  Bloedorn helped build and paint the original boards as well as the building itself and signage for the arena and the concession stand.  Charles Bloedorn is truly one of those old-time hockey people who helped lay the framework for the growth and success of hockey in Wisconsin as it exists today.