Joining the five in the fourth class are the late Alphonse Corriveau of Manchester and Ken McKinnon
of Alton.Biographies on the seven inductees are listed below.
will long be remembered for becoming the first Canadian recruited to play for the UNH
UNH career was from 1958 to 1962.He
captained the Wildcats his
senior season and still holds the UNH record for goals in a game with 6.He served as the President of the Wildcat Athletics Council from 2001-2003.
New Hampshire has been Ken's home since college.McKinnon was the founder and president of the Granite State Hockey League.He
played forward for the Concord Shamrocks, Concord Coachmen, and the Eastern Olympics.He
later played in the Capital City Hockey League
for 12 years. Ken
is also highly regarded for his
officiating.He became a member of the National Ice Hockey Officials Association in 1962 and he wore the stripes until he retired in 1991.He
officiated nine NH High School State Championships, two NCAA Division II Championships, several ECAC Tournaments and the Beanpot Tournament. McKinnon is a member of the UNH Hall of Fame, the Capital City Hockey League Hall of Fame and the Lakes Region Legends Hall of Fame.