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NR Bantams Division Champions!
04/03/2016
The North Reading Hornet's Youth Hockey Bantam Team faced off...
Return to Play Guidelines after Head Injuries
03/27/2012
The following document is from USA Hockey Safety and Protective Committee. Click...
How to make a Hockey Payment or Check my Balance
07/11/2011
To make a hockey payment by credit card or to check your balance: 1)...
 
NR Bantams Division Champions!

The North Reading Hornet's Youth Hockey Bantam Team faced off against the Hopedale Demons in the Championship Game of the Valley Hockey League. Both teams had impressive regular season records and a showdown in the highly coveted championship game was inevitable.

 

Both teams' goalies frustrated the opposing offense robbing them of what appeared to be certain goals. Jeny Collins, a fortress all year long with her quick reflexes, made numerous sensational saves that belong on a highlight film and viewed in your living room.

 

The offensive prowess of Adam Zecher, Dylan Kelleher and Patrick Tucker were held scoreless by great goaltending.

 

The offensive assault continued with scoring sensations Joey Robishaw, Richie McGuire, Derek Donovan, Dan Smith and Colin Gover blasting several shots on net but were stymied by the goaltender.

 

Scoring on the Hornets this season was a challenge as stalwart Defensemen Chris McCann and Zachary Shaw kept opponents away while proving their versatility as offensive Defensemen as well producing countless goals.

 

The Hornets, down 2-0 with only three minutes left to play in the third period, appeared destined to lose but Goalie Cam Alter's phenomenonal glove save on a swift shot energized the Hornets.

 

The talented Hornets were in great need of a goal scorer to ignite their offense. Defenseman Kyle Moore proved to be the catalyst when he lit the lamp with a crafty shot with under three minutes to play. Thirty seconds later, prolific scorer Evan Steele tied the game.

 

With under six seconds to play it appeared certain the game would be decided in overtime when the Demons attempted to ice the puck. However, Defenseman Evan Gouveia who bruised opponents all night with his checks incurred a bruise of his own when he took one for the team and blocked the puck. The puck was deflected to the highly-skilled Billy McCann who one-timed a rocket into the net culminating the miraculous finish.

 

Hoisting the championship trophy on the ice after overcoming a two goal deficit with less than three minutes to play in the game to win the championship was solely the effort of every player on the team and their belief that it ain't over til it's over. Congrats Hornets!


by posted 04/03/2016
Return to Play Guidelines after Head Injuries

The following document is from USA Hockey Safety and Protective Committee.

Click HERE to read.

Additional information on head injury's may also be found at the following link:

http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/youth.html
by posted 03/27/2012
How to make a Hockey Payment or Check my Balance

To make a hockey payment by credit card or to check your balance:

1) Click on the "Edit My Account" tab on the left hand column.

2) Log into your account using your email address and password. If you don't know your password leave it blank and it will be emailed back to you.

3) The drop down box's on the payment page can be adjusted to the amount you want to pay. Update the total if you change the amount(s). Make sure the total amount shown is what you want to pay before you submit it.
posted 07/11/2011
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