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    The Weekly Bark Edition I

    For some the season has started.......on and off the ice!

    18U AA start their season strong:

    The 18U AA started their season playing two games at the new 4,500 seat Ion International Training Center taking on the DC Nforcers.  Saturday evening, to celebrate their inaugural season, the DC Nforcers pregame ceremony involved an extended warmup skate, a lazar light show, fog machine, and music.  The game that followed was just as entertaining but in the end the Bulldogs came out on top with a 5-1 win.  Sunday morning the 18U AA's were back at it again against the Nforcers at Ion.  The Bulldogs fell behind early but then dictated the rest of the game, ultimately ending in at 9-1 win.  The pair of games were a good warmup for this weekend's Eastern Junior Elite Prospects League (EJEPL) Showcase in York, Pennsylvania, where they will face teams from Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and New Jersey.

    16U's Headed North:

    Coach Hammer and his 16U Bulldogs went Northeast to York, Pennsylvania and participated in the 2019 York Icebreaker Tournament to kick start their season.  The 16U's faced some good local competition from York, Palmyra, and Frederick.  The team finished 2-2 for the weekend which was good for 3rd place.  Coach Hammer and his staff see a lot of potential in the team and they look forward to challenging them on and off the ice.

    10U stay cool....

    The 10U team traveled to Devil's Backbone for a team bonding day of games, water activities, and a cookout.  Team bonding events are essential to bring the team together to learn everyone's strengths and weaknesses, which ultimately makes the team gel and work as one.


    Team managers should have by now notified all players and families when their practice slots will be for the season.  Make sure you show up early and dress, to ensure the coaches can make the most out of the allotted ice time for each team!




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