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Sweet Win In Hershey
11/08/2019
Congratulations to the 8U Silver AA PAL team on their championship...
14U Wins in Philly
11/07/2019
Congratulations to the 14U AA PAL team on their championship...
NY Islanders Learn To Play Program
06/19/2019
  Kids ages 5 to 8 who want to learn to play ice hockey can...
 
Sweet Win In Hershey

Congratulations to the 8U Silver AA PAL team on their championship win at the 2019 Halloween Howl Tournament in Hershey, PA. Through hard effort, well displayed skill, great goaltending and above all, teamwork, PAL went undefeated in the tournament; including a hard fought, come from behind win in the Final game vs. the Woodbridge Wolfpack. Congratulations again to all the players, coaches and staff for their efforts!

by posted 11/08/2019
14U Wins in Philly

Congratulations to the 14U AA PAL team on their championship win at the Philadelphia Fall Classic Tournament. Overall the team had great goaltending and team play throughout the entire tournament. In the championship game they shut out the Milton Blackhawks from Canada to take the championship. Congratulations on a win that took team effort and hard work!
 


by posted 11/07/2019
NY Islanders Learn To Play Program

 

Kids ages 5 to 8 who want to learn to play ice hockey can sign up for the New York Islanders’ Learn to Play initiative that begins in August at ice rinks across Long Island.

For $200, the eight-week program includes ice time and head-to-toe equipment for the child to keep. The program was developed jointly by the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players’ Association to offer more families a chance to experience youth hockey.

Training includes passing and stick handling and emphasizes respect and teamwork. Participants must be first-time players. If the child doesn’t know how to skate, it is recommended they take a “Learn to Skate” class at a participating local rink before their sessions begin.

Registration is online only, at learntoplay.nhl.com/islanders. If preferred locations are sold out, complete a waiting list form and families may be contacted if an opening occurs. Sessions begin in August at The Rinx in Hauppauge (currently sold out), Cantiague Park Ice Rink in Hicksville, Northwell Health Ice Center at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow and Ice Works in Syosset.

Other sessions begin in September and October. For more information, email 

 


by posted 06/19/2019
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