Herb Carnegie is regularly considered the best Black hockey player to never play in the NHL. Following his outstanding seventeen-year career in hockey, he established the first registered hockey school in Canada in 1955 called Future Aces. He transformed from an athlete to a community icon, devoting the next fifty years of his life to serving the community. Carnegie was posthumously inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in the Builder Category in 2022. LEARN MORE >


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