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

- John B. Sollenberger

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

- John B. Sollenberger

The popularity of these amateur hockey matches prompted chocolate-maker and amusement park operator Milton Hershey and his long-time entertainment and amusements chief, John B. Sollenberger, to bring pro hockey to Hershey by sponsoring a permanent team.

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GIANT Center, home of the Hershey Bears

- Hershey, Pennsylvania

John B. Sollenberger, sports and entertainment executive, lived in Hershey.

- Hershey, Pennsylvania

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