E9 schedules are posted on the new E9 site. You can see what is scheduled for parity rounds as well as many of the regular season. Games will be added later based on outcome of parity rounds.
BHL schedules are posted on the new BHL site. You can see what is scheduled for parity rounds as well as many of the regular season. Games will be added later based on outcome of parity rounds.
The U16 & U18 Patriots will be playing in the MPDHL this season. Both teams will compete in the Premiere North Division. Regular season games are played from the first weekend in September through the end of October. Playoffs start the first weekend in November. Bob Lavin (Acton/Boxborough Varsity Head Coach) is coaching the U16's and Rian "Muzz" Murray (Arlington HS Standout and Assumption College Player) is coaching the U18's. Good Luck boys!
Congratulations to the 2004 Elites! They are the 2013-14 NEHL Squirt Minor American Regular Season Champions and Finalist. The 2004 Elites finished 27-4-4 on the season to edge out the Worcester Sharks (15-1-0 since 12/22/13) for the regular season title. The Sharks got their payback by playing a great game in the American Championship game and beating the 2004's 4-1. The 2004's had 3 goals called back in a hard fought game. While bummed about the loss, you still must clap your sticks to the Sharks for an impressive run in the 2nd half of the season! Great season Pats and Sharks!
The 2006 Mite Elites capped off a near perfect season with an 11-4 victory on Sunday in the finals against the NE Jets 05 Elite. They played as a team, competed for every puck, skated hard and passed the puck magnificently! Coaches Carter, Krayer and Adams could not be more proud of this wonderful group of kids. Congrats 2006 Elites!
Developing hockey players from the youngest ages is a receipe for success. The 2004's, 2005's, and 2006's won the NEHL American Regular Season Championship this year. The 2004's were a finalist in the NEHL Amercian Championships while the 2005's and 2006's won their NEHL American Championsips. The 2004's have won the American Regular Season Championship the last 3 years and have been Champs once and a finalist the two other years. The 2005's have won the American Regular Season and NEHL American Championship each of the last two years. The 2006's first championship is hopefully the start of continued success. PATRIOTS Hockey is very much focused on building and developing teams for success and hockey players at all age levels. The 2004 Selects were finalists, the 1999's, 2000's, and 2002's were semi-finalists, and the 2001's qualified for the championships. Looking ahead, we are excited to get the 2007's started and to improve all of our hockey teams and players in 2014-15.
Starting in the 2014 season, PATRIOTS Hockey will be part of the Elite 9 and Boston Hockey League (BHL). The E9 were formed with 6 charter members (who got together on their own and formed) and will consist of the Seacoast Spartans, New Hampshire Avalanche, East Coast Wizards, Boston Advantage, Boston Jr Rangers and Valley Jr Warriors – plus the 3 top teams at each age level from the Boston Hockey League (BHL).
Affiliate members will participate in the Boston Hockey League and will compete in the BHL’s September Parity Play-In Tournament to determine which 3 teams from the BHL at each age level will be placed into the Elite 9. An automatic bid into the Elite 9 for the 2014-15 season will be awarded to any team that wins the 2013-14 NEHL American Conference Regular Season Title. The affiliate members are PATRIOTS Hockey, Worcester Jr. Sharks, Northern Cyclones, Green Mtn. Glades, Advantage Ice, RI Saints, Springfield Rifles, Lovell Knights, and Pro Ambitions Panthers.
Congratulations to the PATRIOTS 2006, 2005, & 2004 Elite teams who earned automatic bids for into the Elite 9 for next season. The BHL will be split into 2 Tiers – American and National Conferences – in order to offer the highest degree of parity for all teams and programs in the league. Conference seeding for the 2014-15 BHL Season, will also be based upon the BHL September Parity Play-In Tournament results.