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2007 in Ice Hockey
The following is a chronicle of events during the year 2007 in ice hockey.
National Hockey League
Canadian Hockey League
Although the National Women's Hockey League and Western Women's Hockey League had nominally merged prior to the season, the Western squads did not face off against the Eastern teams, and no unified champion was declared.
Following the season, the NWHL announced that the Eastern and Central divisions had suspended operations, leaving only the Western Division operational in 2007-08.
Minor League hockey
Junior A hockey
- January 3 - Earl Reibel, 76, Canadian forward (Detroit Red Wings), 1956 Lady Byng Trophy winner, complications of stroke.
- April 11 - Warren Strelow, 73, American goaltending coach for the US 1980 Winter Olympics gold medal team (Miracle on Ice). .
- May 29 - Dave Balon, 68, Canadian player; multiple sclerosis. 
- June 9 - Lorne Carr, 96, Canadian player for the New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs. 
- June 11 - Bobby Beaton, 94, Canadian player, professional boxer and boxing referee. 
- July 11 - Jimmy Skinner, 90, Canadian coach (Detroit Red Wings). 
- July 14 - John Ferguson, Sr., 68, Canadian player, general manager, coach, and scout; prostate cancer. 
- July 18 - Gary Lupul, 48, Canadian player. 
- August 15 - Sam Pollock, 81, Canadian general manager of Montreal Canadiens, hall-of-famer. 
- September 2 - Max McNab, 83, Canadian player, coach, and NHL general manager. 
- September 6 - Martin ?ech, 31, Czech international player; car accident.  (Czech)  (Russian)
- ^ Ducks win first Stanley Cup in franchise history, espn.com, June 6, 2007
- ^ Dellisanti, Angela, Tocchet gets 2-years probation, azcentral.com, August 17, 2007
- ^ CANADA COMPLETES CANADA/ RUSSIA SUPER SERIES WITH UNDEFEATED RECORD, hockeycanada.ca, September 9, 2007