In order to develop solutions for automatic ice rink localization from broadcast video, a dataset with ground truth homographies is required. Hockey broadcast video does not tend to provide camera parameters for each frame, which means that they must be gathered manually. A novel tool for collecting ground truth transforms through point correspondences between each frame and an overhead view of the ice rink is presented in this paper. Through collaboration with the users of the tool, we have added features to improve accuracy and efficiency, especially in frames with few lines on the playing surface visible. A dataset of 4,262 frames has been collected, which will be used for research into automatic camera calibration techniques.