Hershey Ice Palace 1932 amateur hockey program
The 1932–33 Hershey B'ars at the Ice Palace, Hershey's first pro hockey team (Tri-State Hockey League)
Hershey Chocolate Factory, 1976.
Newspaper clipping of The Philadelphia Record on June 29, 1938, covering the admission for the Hershey Bears
Hershey Hockey Club program and guide (1938–39)
Arnie Kullman (1948–60)
From left to right: Don Cherry, Frank Mathers, and Mike Nykoluk. All joined the Bears in the 1950s
Bears locker room at HersheyPark Arena
HersheyPark Arena
Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins GM Ron Hextall was the AHL Rookie of the Year as a Bear in 1985–86.
The Bears playing against the Norfolk Admirals during the 2009 preseason
Coco with a special St. Patrick's Day jersey

The Hershey Bears are a professional ice hockey team based in Hershey, Pennsylvania, a town located 14 miles east of the state capital of Harrisburg.

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GIANT Center, home of the Hershey Bears

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Interior view, May 2016

Giant Center

Interior view, May 2016
Panoramic View of Bears Game
Giant Center before the start of a game against the Lake Erie Monsters
Front of Giant Center
Inside Giant Center from the ice

Giant Center is a 10,500-seat multi-purpose arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania, a census-designated place in the Harrisburg metropolitan area.

It is home to the Hershey Bears ice hockey team, the longest-existing member of the American Hockey League since 1938.

Hersheypark Stadium

Hersheypark Stadium is a stadium located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, on the grounds of Hersheypark.

Hersheypark Stadium hosted the fourth annual AHL Outdoor Classic in 2013, with the local Hershey Bears facing the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.

Hersheypark Arena

View from ice level
Bears players salute fans after final game at Hersheypark Arena
Hershey Bears opening night, 1937
Aerial view

Hersheypark Arena (originally Hershey Sports Arena) is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, managed by Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company.

For 64 years it was the home of the Hershey Bears hockey team from 1938 to 2002.

Hershey in 1905

John B. Sollenberger

Hershey in 1905

John B. Sollenberger (1897–1967) was an American sports and entertainment executive closely associated with Milton S. Hershey and the development of Hershey, Pennsylvania.

His involvement with the league was due to his association with the Hershey Bears, one of the nation's oldest professional hockey teams.