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Hockey Ink! was a North American hockey magazine published in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The magazine was published from 1992 to 1996, and featured news and interviews from hockey's minor leagues, including the American Hockey League, International Hockey League, East Coast Hockey League and others. It was published on a monthly basis and was owned by Max Orn, Dave Orn and Gerald Mommer.
In later seasons, Hockey Ink! published articles on European ice hockey, college hockey and junior hockey, as well as booster club information and fandom. The publication also featured a series of articles on the Eastern Hockey League, and was instrumental in the recovery of one of the EHL's championship trophies, previously thought to be lost forever.
Hockey Ink! published 38 issues over their four-year history.
- Chuck Miller (22 October 2009). "The Best and the Worst: My Four Seasons with Hockey Ink!". The Times Union. Retrieved 15 August 2015.
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