The Elite 9 Hockey League is proud to announce the addition of Patriots Hockey as its newest member beginning in the 2017-18 season.
The Patriots have a long and celebrated history as a marquee program in Massachusetts, dating back to the early days of the MBHL, NEHL and more recently the Boston Hockey League (BHL). Over the past two season’s the Patriots transcended that prior level of prominence and emerged as one of the premier hockey clubs in the United States.
Over the past two season the Patriots not only dominated the E9/BHL Qualifying Round by qualifying at essentially every birth year for two consecutive seasons, but also went on to capture six Elite 9 Regular Season and Playoff Championships in that same 2 years span. The Patriots are a welcomed addition to the Elite 9 Hockey League and will only further bolster the E9’s status as the premier youth hockey league in New England.
Happy New Year - Here is to a safe and fun 2nd half of the hockey season. Go PATRIOTS!
PATRIOTS Hockey (also historically known as Assabet Valley Patriots) has Elite and AAA teams at all age levels. PATRIOTS Hockey is part of the BHL and will compete at the Elite 9, BHL American, and BHL National Levels.
PATRIOTS Hockey teams enjoy practices twice a week, 25+ regular season games for the full season teams as well as 2-4 additional tournaments (separate cost), Greg Carter European Hockey Skills Sessions, GC Hockey Summer Camp, Mike Garagosian's All american goalie training, our own Home Hockey Arena for games and practices with a hockey shop, Excellent Coaching, Support Staff, and great Families. Our mission is to develop highly-skilled hockey players that a have a passion for the game, are great teammates, and great kids.
Please contact Kevin Harrington at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 978-254-1909 with any questions. Or, if you prefer, contact the head coach directly using their contact info.
The 2004 Elites won the 2017 JWK Memorial Tournament. The 2004 Division was played at Foxboro rinks and Rodman Rinks in Foxboro and Walpole. The team started slow with a loss to Westchester Express on Friday, but then rolled off 6 wins in a row to take home the Elite Division Tournament Championship. The team battled teams from NY, VA, and MA and had to beat two of the same teams two times in three days. The Championship was won in OT with a beautiful, low far post shot from the left circle. The team improves to 14-3 in tournament play this season, they attribute their success to a positive locker room, good positional hockey, off ice work outs, attending skills, and shooting pucks at home! Keep up the good work boys!