Canada’s Olympic Double Gold Brings Double Displays for March Break Visitors at Hockey Hall of Fame

Artifacts from medal winning games at Sochi Olympics donated and displayed in time for March Break at the Hockey Hall of Fame


TORONTO (March 5, 2014) – Over a dozen countries donated more than 50 artifacts from the Olympic Men and Women’s Gold, Silver and Bronze medal ice hockey games, which will make their permanent home at the Hockey Hall of Fame.  Many artifacts will be featured in two new and separate displays that will pay tribute to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games in time for March Break visitors.


Featured items in the displays are a Carey Price jersey, Martin St. Louis helmet, Drew Doughty pants, Caroline Ouellette jersey, Amanda Kessel jersey, Tuukka Rask jersey, Jamie Benn gloves, bronze medal pucks, plus many more.  Fans can re-live the spectacular Olympic moments featured in the displays from March 7th up to September 1st, 2014.


“The Hockey Hall of Fame is always appreciative of donations from any championship” said Pat Quinn, Chairman of the Hockey Hall of Fame.  “I know from competing at the Olympic level, how important these games are, and how important these pieces of hockey history are to our visitors from around the world.”


You can celebrate hockey at the Olympics and Canada’s dominance in hockey at the Hockey Hall of Fame – for all March Break activities, please visit for full details.


Full list of artifacts collected:

Men’s Gold Medal – Martin St. Louis helmet, Drew Doughty pants, Ryan Getzlaf socks, (CAN)

Men’s Bronze Medal – Teemu Selanne socks, Jarkko Immonen helmet, (FIN)

Men’s Semi-Final – Jamie Benn and Carey Price Jerseys (CAN)

Women’s Bronze Medal – Florence Schelling jersey, Game used pucks (SUI)


Meghan Agosta (Canada-Jersey White)

Caroline Ouellette (Canada-Jersey White)

Amanda Kessel (USA-Jersey Blue)

Jocelyne Lamoureux (USA-Jersey Blue)

Johanna Olofsson (Sweden-Jersey Yellow)

Haruna Yoneyama (Japan-Jersey White)

Lina Backman (Sweden-Jersey Yellow)



Teemu Selanne (Finland-Jersey Blue)

Sami Salo (Finland-Jersey Blue)

Corey Perry (Canada-Jersey White)

Kari Lehtonen (Finland-Jersey White)

Aleksander Barkov (Finland-Jersey White)

Champagne Bottle (Canada dressing room)

John Carlson (USA-Jersey Blue)

Ryan Suter (USA-Jersey Blue)

Yannick Weber (Switzerland-Jersey Red)

Tuukka Rask (Finland-Jersey White)

Olli Maatta (Finland-Jersey White)

Michael Grabner (Austria-Jersey Red)

Mario Altmann (Austria-Jersey Red)

Tomas Plekanec (Czech Republic-Jersey White)

Tomas Kopecky (Slovakia-Jersey Blue)

Daniel Sedin (Sweden-Jersey Blue)

Blaz Gregorc (Slovenia-Jersey White)

Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Sweden-Jersey Yellow)

Jan Mursak (Slovenia-Jersey White)

Ziga Jeglic (Slovenia-Jersey Blue)

Anze Kopitar (Slovenia-Jersey Blue)

Zach Parise (USA-Jersey White)

Alexander Ovechkin (Russia-Jersey Red)

Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia-Jersey White)

Max Pacioretty (USA-Jersey White)

Roberto Luongo (Canada-Jersey Black)

Jonathan Toews (Canada-Jersey Black)

Ryan Getzlaf (Canada-Jersey Black)

Gabriel Landeskog (Sweden-Jersey Yellow)

Marian Hossa (Slovakia-Jersey Blue)

Zemgus Girgensons (Latvia-Jersey Purple)

Janis Sprukts (Latvia-Jersey Purple)

Andrej Meszaros (Slovakia-Jersey White)

Tomas Jurco (Slovakia-Jersey White)

Antti Niemi (Finland-Jersey White)

Andrei Markov (Russia-Jersey White)

Nino Niederreiter (Switzerland-Jersey Red)

Evgeni Malkin (Russia-Jersey Red)

Jamie Benn (Canada-Gloves)

Ossi Vaananen (Finland-Gloves)



About the Hockey Hall of Fame


The Hockey Hall of Fame (“HHOF”) was established in 1943 to honour and memorialize individuals who have brought special distinction to the game of hockey and those who made outstanding contributions to the development and advancement of hockey anywhere in the world, and to collect, research, preserve, exhibit and promote objects, images and other historical materials connected with the game at all levels.  As a not-for-profit corporation and registered charity, HHOF owns and operates a museum and place of entertainment offering state-of-the-art exhibits, multimedia presentations and educational programming from its premises at Brookfield Place, Toronto, Canada.

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