Dave Hoffman inducted into the MA Hockey Hall of Fame

Except from MA Hockey is as follows:
“Dave’s love for hockey developed on Wight’s Pond in Wellesley and was allowed to shine at the Noble & Greenough School, skating on the Charles River! He played varsity defense for Nobles and was a reserve player at Harvard on the 1956-57 Freshmen Team. After returning from a stint in the US Navy, he and his wife, Sarah, rented in Watertown and moved to Natick in 1968 where he was asked to be an assistant on a Natick Comets Squirt House League team in 1972. He would go on to coach every age level from beginners to Midgets over the years. In the late 70s, Dave was elected Treasurer of the Natick Comets and, soon after, President, where he served several terms. He remains a Board Member today In the 80s he was a District 8 Director and was appointed USA Hockey District Risk Manager. The Risk Management Committee was new and included members from each USAH District. Its mission was to reduce claims and develop the insurance program for players, coaches, referees, and Affiliate organizations. Outside of Mass Hockey, he has served on the Greater Boston Salvation Army Advisory Board from 1982 to present. And remains a Board Member today.”