Welcome to the latest version of the online newsletter.
Pee Wee 1's Bring Home Bronze
Congrats to the Pee Wee 1 Team for bringing home a bronze medal from a recent Can Am tournament in Lake Placid New York. From all reports, the team and the parents had a great time, won some gmes, and gave every team a run for their money. Way to go PW1's!
Lady Liberty Postponed
Due to scheduling difficulties, the Lady Liberty Cup, originally scheduled for 11/11 - 11/13 has been postponed. The tournament will be rescheduled for March or April of 2006.
Updated Directions for Valley Sports
Thanks to Susan Deignan who reported back to me that directions to Valley Sports in Concord were incorrect on the web site. I have updated the instructions to reflect her notes.
Learn to Skate and Peter Puck To Begin This Week
Learn to Skate and Peter Puck Programs will be beginning this weekend. We are still accepting registrations.
The first sessions will be on Saturday, November 5th at the Chelmsford Forum at 9:30 am (for Peter Puck and Saturday Learn to Skate: LTS1), and on Sunday November 6th (for Sunday Learn to Skate: LTS2).
Farm Hockey has already begun, but we are still accepting new players for that program as well. For more information about each of the programs, click on the program names below:
You can also click here to download a registration form. You can still register at the Forum this weekend.
If you have any questions about Learn to Skate or Peter Puck, please email Peter Lawlor at
For more information about Farm Hockey, please contact Steve MacPherson at
Women's National Team to Visit New Hampshire
The U.S. Women’s National Team is coming to an arena near you! On Sunday, December 11th the U.S. Women’s National Team will take on the Hockey East All-Star Team at the Whittemore Center on the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham, NH at 2:00 pm.
The game will be one of only 11 chances to see the U.S. Women’s National Team during the Hilton Family Skate to 2006 Tour!
To purchase tickets, call 1-866-WILDCAT, visit www.unhwildcats.com or the UNH box office, or click on the link below! Cost is $4.50 for Students and Children, $8.50 for adults.
In the last week, new practice schedules have been posted for all, and games for Farm, Middlesex and Middlesex Yankee have been added. Why just a week of ice for practices? We needed to finalize a decision on the Lady Liberty Cup, and now we need to wait for Dual State to post their next round of games before releasing more practice times. Ice Director, Chris Hill would rather post it all at once, but then we would be cancelling and re-scheduling practices throughout the month. Please be patient as we will post ice times as far out as possible at all times.
If your team participates in a tournament, and you'd like to send a recap for an upcoming newsletter to let everyone know where they competed, how much fun they had, and how they did, please submit your Tourney Recap to