Ken Martin, Jim Prior, and Dale Wise enter Massachusetts Hockey Hall

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Ken Martin, Jim Prior, and Dale Wise share a passion for ice hockey and a selfless pride for what they have given to the sport.

Martin, the winningest coach in Massachusetts high school history, coached the Belmont Hill varsity from 1972-2011. Prior is in his 29th year as public address announcer at Boston University. Wise is a sled hockey official and advocate for the disabled. All three were honored with induction to the Massachusetts Hockey Hall of Fame Nov. 13.

Martin was a star at Bowdoin College where he became intrigued by head coach Sid Watson’s system of intricate drills and strategies.

He is also an inductee to the Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Hall of Fame and is in the Hall of Honor at Bowdoin, where he was the college’s first 100-point scorer.

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