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2020 Virtual Fall Meeting
 
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2020 Fall Virtual Meeting - November 7

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Members are invited to attend the 2020 virtual fall meeting via Zoom on Saturday, November 7, 2020, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST

Attendance is free and non-members are also welcome.

The meeting will be scheduled like a hockey game, with three periods and two intermissions so that attendees will be able to visit the concession stands and restrooms. Three presentations, each of about 15 minutes, are planned for each period and attendees will be able to ask questions through the Zoom chat feature.

Pre-Game Show

Welcome and Announcements – Fred Addis, SIHR President

First Period

Second Period

Third Period

Post-Game Analysis and Three Star Selection

Closing Summary – Fred Addis

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SIHR Authors Take Note!

New Association with HF Boards Announced

SIHR member authors now have the opportunity to promote their books one of the foremost hockey related discussion forums on the internet — HF Boards — via the new "SIHR Book Feature".

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Guest Speaker Series

Visit the Society's YouTube page to view recordings of past meeting guests and presenters such as Dave Burrows, Gilles Gratton, Red Kelly and many more.

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2019 Ernie Fitzsimmons Award Recipient Benny Ercolani

Awards

SIHR is proud to announce the creation of the Ernie Fitzsimmons Award for excellence in the field of hockey statistical/research publication. NHL statistician Benny Ercolani was announced as the inaugural winner on October 19, 2019.

Learn more about each of the awards presented annually by the Society here.


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