Team Canada forward Martin St. Louis and his teammates take part in their first men's hockey practice during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia on Monday, February 10, 2014. A helmet worn by St. Louis in the men's Olympic final and pucks from the women's bronze-medal game are among the items being donated for an exhibition at the Hockey Hall of Fame.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette
TORONTO - A helmet worn by Canada's Martin St. Louis in the men's Olympic final and pucks from the women's bronze-medal game are among the items being donated for an exhibition at the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Over 50 artifacts will make up two new displays that will commemorate the 2014 Sochi Olympics. The displays will be introduced later this month.
Featured items include goaltender Carey Price's jersey from Canada's 1-0 shutout of the United States in the men's semifinal, jerseys worn by women's hockey stars Caroline Ouellette of Canada and Amanda Kessel of the United States and gloves from Canada forward Jamie Benn.
"The Hockey Hall of Fame is always appreciative of donations from any championship" said Hockey Hall of Fame chairman Pat Quinn in a statement. "I know from competing at the Olympic level, how important these games are, and how important these pieces of hockey history are to our visitors from around the world."