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By: Michael Mroziak Buffalo Stars The program’s Bantam MOHL #2 team recently earned a first-place finish at the 2014 Snow Belt Classic, held in Bradford, Pennsylvania, winning all four of their games and earning 19 of a possible 20 points. Goaltender Tyler Ehde recorded two shutouts at the tournament, aided by an outstanding performance by […]

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Women’s Hockey

by Janet Schultz moc.t1454839984roper1454839984yekco1454839984hynw@1454839984tenaJ1454839984 Gehen Gets 100th WNYGVIH Career Goal Erin Gehen of the West Seneca Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Team had her 100th career goal in the league in December. She is the first player in the four year history of the League to post that record and did it in 63 games. Gehen […]

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WEST SENECA WINGS WIN THREE RIVERS CUP TOURNAMENT

The West Seneca Wings Squirt Tier II team won its second tournament of the season, this time capturing the 2014 Three Rivers Cup (January 17-19) in Pittsburgh, Pa. Aidan Hughes (West Seneca) scored the game winning goal with less than 10 minutes left in regulation, to seal the championship game win over the Royal Oak […]

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West Seneca Squirt Minor Team Wins Vic Teal Tournament

The West Seneca Squirt Minor Hockey team won the 2013 Vic Teal Tournament in St Catharines over the Christmas break.  The team endured a number of players less than 100% and a tough path to the championship.  On the opening day, the Wings beat the Mississauga Braves 4-2, overcoming a 2-1 deficit in the 3rd […]

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Around the Associations December Issue

As November reached its end and Americans celebrated Thanksgiving, several local associations enjoyed victories in their respective divisions at holiday weekend tournaments throughout Western New York. Here’s what’s been happening around the associations… Amherst Youth Hockey Amherst Mite Minor Selects Win Tournament The Amherst Mite Minor Select team won its division at the Niagara Junior […]

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Around the Associations – November

Amherst Hockey Amherst Youth Hockey will bring its highly regarded Top Gun Tournament for house teams in January 2014. The tournament will be held during the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday weekend and offers participating house teams a travel team like experience. The Top Gun tournament is open to teams from Micron through Bantam Major […]

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Around the Associations October

Amherst Hockey Amherst Youth Hockey will be continuing its highly rated Top Gun Tournament for House Teams – Martin Luther King weekend. The Tournament will be a travel like experience for Micron through Bantam Major and will include a three game minimum. Contact Steven B. Bengart , Tournament Director, at moc.l1454839984iamg@1454839984waltr1454839984agneb1454839984 Bud Bakewell You no […]

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West Seneca Squirt Tier II Team Wins Rock & Roll Tournament

The West Seneca Squirt Tier II team did great at the Rock & Roll Tournament in Cleveland. The team swept the tournament and took home the trophy. Their game was against the Pittsburgh Vipers (NHAHA) 207 on Friday, September 27 and the score was 6-1. In Game 2 on Saturday, September 28, the Squirt team […]

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Pat Kane Returns To West Seneca

It is early in the afternoon on the second-to-last Saturday in August. The West Seneca Wings are honoring local hockey hero, Patrick Kane of the 2013 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. On this particular day Kane is honored by having his number 88 retired by the Wings, an organization the Blackhawks center spent five years […]

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Around the Associations: Late Summer 2013

Amherst House Hockey opens doors to non-residents You no longer need to live in Amherst to be a Knight. Amherst Youth Hockey announced late this summer that its House Hockey Program is now open to non-resident coaches and players, including the cross-ice program for our youngest skaters. The season, which began in mid-September, runs through […]

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