Mark your calendars 2019-2020 Tryout dates will be:
Tuesday, April 30th 6-10PM Thursday, May 2nd 6-10PM Saturday, May 4th 4-8:30PM Sunday, May 5th 9:30AM-12:30pm Monday, May 6th 7:30-10PM (Makeups) Saturday, June 1st 4-8:30PM (Mites or supplemental tryouts) Sunday, June 2nd 9:30AM-12:30PM (Mites or supplemental tryouts)
We do not know what age groups will be on which days or times. We are giving you this info as a general idea for your planning. Details will follow!
The Frozen Lemonade Cup is an annual youth ice hockey event that celebrated it’s 4th year in 2018. The event features 7-12 year old hockey players from Philadelphia, Boston and Washington DC battling to fight childhood cancer.
The Frozen Lemonade Cup is not a traditional tournament. Instead of competing with your winter team, you will make new friends on a team put together just for tournament day. The teams are selected to ensure parity, based on age and ability. In future years, we hope to be able to expand The Frozen Lemonade Cup to all 31 NHL cities in the United States and Canada.
The Frozen Lemonade Cup just celebrated its 4th year and raised over $60,000 in 2018, all benefitting Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.
December 22-23 the Hagerstown Bulldogs 16U AA team traveled to Princeton, New Jersey for two Eastern Junior Elite Prospects League (EJEPL) games.
Both games were played in the historic Hobey Baker Rink, which was built in 1922 and is the 2nd oldest currently used Division I rink in the United States.
Saturday afternoon the team came out fast and set the tone for the weekend. Jaret Fritts scored with assists by Yusuf Gendergunoev and Joe Petite. Later Joe Petite scored with assists by Jaret Fritts and Yusuf Gendergunoev and Ethan Goins scored on a power play with the assist by Yusuf Gendergunoev.
EJEPL format is two 25 minute halfs with an ice cut at half time.
In the second half James Denis lead off scoring with an assist by Yusuf Gendergunoev. Yusuf Gendergunoev finished off the days scoring with a shorthanded goal with minutes left. Bulldogs dominated the 5-0 game and it was codified in Will Callan's 11 save shutout.
Sunday early afternoon the Bulldogs picked up where they left off taking control of the game early and never looked back. In the 10-0 shutout, Yusuf Gendergunoev had three goals; Joe Petite two goals and an assist; Jaret Fritts with a goal and two assists; Chris Rerko with two goals; Graydon Joyce and Nick Pinto with goals; and Jake Mayer and John Stohl with an assist each. Luke Hood was steady in net for the 23 save shutout.
With the wins the Bulldogs moved to 1st Place (14-2-1-1-0) in the EJEPL 16U Diamond 2 Division and have secured a playoff spot. Playoffs will be held in Mount Laurel, New Jersey the weekend of 1-3 February.
Recently the Washington Post published an article about an player who had been subject of racial slurs and remarks by opposing players during a recent hockey tournament.The article references the player receiving similar treatment following a contest with Hagerstown sometime this season.
Hagerstown is cooperating with PVAHA as it reviews these allegations.
Hagerstown has been and will continue to be a strong proponent of the
USA Hockey Zero Tolerance Policy.
Should a club member(s) be found in violation of this policy in any fashion, it will be addressed with the attention it deserves.
The Hagerstown Youth Hockey Association is making preparations to offer some programs for its membership in the spring. Independent coaches, trainers and other certified hockey instructors are encouraged to contact Ted Snyder (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bryce Timberlake (email@example.com) to offer outlines and bids for services