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Hingham Hockey: A Self-Fulfilling Culture of Commitment

Posted on November 19, 2019

Building a tradition is generational: it’s a culture that is passed down annually from team to team, all based on the same system of belief. It’s also a hallmark of one of the first programs in Massachusetts public school hockey history, the Harbormen of Hingham High School.  Founded in the 1930s, Hingham HS initially played…

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Proving That We Belong: Lowell Catholic Ascends to D1 for 2019-20

Posted on November 14, 2019

Last season the Lowell Catholic Crusaders went 9-8-4 and made the D2 State Tournament but there was more work going on behind the scenes to set things up for a big move this season. “It was a group effort,” said Crusaders Head Coach Aaron Crear. “Everyone from our administration was onboard with the move up…

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12th Annual Garrett Reagan Summit: December 8 at NESC

Posted on November 7, 2019

As the cold winter air begins to descend on the Commonwealth, that too means that hockey season will arrive in short order. While the NCAA and New England prep hockey season are now starting, MIAA play won’t begin until December, and now we have an official date for when that will be. It was announced…

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One To Watch: Ian Worthley, Bishop Fenwick Senior

Posted on October 29, 2019

Incoming Bishop Fenwick senior Ian Worthley (6’1 160) made a big splash last season as the primary goal scorer for the Crusaders (and this summer at the Mass HS Showcase in Boston) but his love of the game developed at a very young age. He grew up just outside of Boston in Saugus, MA but…

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Proud Tanner: Jonathan Surrette

Posted on October 29, 2019

Meet 2003-born Jonathan Surrette. He is a 5’11” 175-pound forward from Woburn, Massachusetts who, like anyone who has ever laced them up, dreams of making it to the big leagues. For Jonathan, this dream started in his hometown of Woburn.  “My parents signed me up at a learn to skate program when I was three…

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What’s Going on at Matignon?

Posted on October 23, 2019

According to reliable sources, Matignon High School in Cambridge, Mass. is considering dropping or suspending its legendary boy’s hockey program, but school officials are denying that’s the case. Sources say the move is being debated due to a drop in participation numbers. According to sources, this year’s varsity team only has about 11 interested players,…

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“Division 1, That’s the Goal”: 2019 Mr. Hockey Award Winner Thomas Kramer

Posted on May 4, 2019

It took just north of three hours and four overtimes, but on March 17, BC High senior forward Thomas Kramer achieved what so few players in Mass HS get the chance to do: repeat as an MIAA Super 8 Champion. “It was a long game, we definitely started to feel it towards the end. We…

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2019 Shriners All-Star Classic Set for Sunday in Canton

Posted on March 29, 2019

The following article is an editorialized version of a press release by the Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Association. With the 2018-19 Mass HS season wrapped up and the trophies handed out, the final Boys game left to be played is the 10th Annual Aleppo Shriners All-Star Classic, put on by the Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Association on…

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Post Season All-State and All Rookie Teams

Posted on March 25, 2019

Neutral Zone’s 2018-19 Mass HS All-Stars This season of Mass HS hockey has been one of the deepest in recent memory and the year was capped off with a thrilling 4 OT Championship Game which BC High won (twice) 2-1. After the game, our scouting staff set out to pick the All-Star Teams for Mass…

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BC High Eliminates Xaverian; Moves on to the Garden

Posted on March 14, 2019

Framingham, MA-The Boston College High School Eagles fought off a tough, determined Xaverian Hawks team to pick up a 7-3 win at Loring Arena tonight. The win puts the Eagles in the Super 8 Final Sunday night against Pope Francis. In the first period BC High came out physical and it was clear they wanted…

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