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Spring 2016 Ice Hockey Development Camp!

We hope you are enjoying your hockey season!  We have all of our information up for our 2016 Spring Development Camp.  Please take a look and let us know if you have any questions. Registration is underway and we are offering an early bird discount to everyone.  We also have limited space so don’t wait […]

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Faceoff for Freedom

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Spring 5K Run/Walk for Joshua Kuebler

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Buffalo Hornets Junior A Evaluation Skate

The Buffalo Hornets Junior A team will hold a pre mini-camp tryout evaluation skate on Monday, April 4th at Holiday Twin Rinks from 3-5pm. This evaluation will be open to boys in the 2000 through 1996 birth year. Some players from the evaluation skate will be invited to the first of several mini-camps the team […]

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Travel Hockey Tryouts with NEH

NewEdge Hockey Training Company is proud and excited to announce our partnership with Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex. All previously scheduled events are being moved to our new venue. Registered participants will receive an email with the event details. A message from Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex GM Chris Woodworth “We are thrilled to have New Edge […]

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NCPHL

Edited Michael Mroziak moc.t1469391613roper1469391613yekco1469391613hynw@1469391613leahc1469391613iM1469391613 Remember the Buffalo Hornets? They’re coming back. The longtime Buffalo-area youth program that morphed into what is now the Buffalo Stars is one of several teams committed to a new junior league, the National College Prospects Hockey League. When the league launches in the 2016-17 season, they’ll have a new local […]

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Section VI

By Melissa Brawdy They call it “the Fed.” It’s high school varsity hockey in Western New York, and it’s like no other sport or hockey league around. While travel hockey may have a longer season and more demanding schedule, there’s something about playing hockey for a school team that makes it different and, most agree, […]

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Section V

by Warren Kozireski, moc.t1469391613roper1469391613yekco1469391613hynw@1469391613nerra1469391613W1469391613 NOTES: McQuaid head coach Al Vyverberg earned his 400th career win Feb. 13 over Irondequoit. Former Penfield resident Terry Shafer set a new school goaltending record with his fifth career shutout for Robert Morris over RIT. Former Fairport player Cole Bardreau was named American Hockey League Rookie of the Month in […]

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How To Choose Your Goalies

by Bob Janosz It’s that time of the year when coaches have the task of picking their goaltenders for the upcoming season. What should a coach look for when evaluating a goalie? There are several things to look for and several things that the goalie can do to get noticed. While many of these items […]

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The Elephant in the Rink and Don’t Be Lead Down the Garden Path

By Steve Thomson Yes its tryout time in WNY and as players and parents try to navigate these waters. You need more than seasoned pilot because you’re not crazy,” It just doesn’t make any sense”. What do players want – they want to play games. Players want to play games in a league. It gives […]

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