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Registration for the 2019-2020 season is live!  The cost to register for the upcoming season is $100 until April 22.  On April 23, the cost will increase to $130.   Registration for Mite aged players (8U) is free.   To register, click here.

Evaluations will be held on April 29, April 30, May 1 and May 2.  These times are subject to change, and any updates will be posted on the Freeze website.  

Date Age Group Time
4/29/19 Mites 1 of 2 5:40 - 6:30pm
4/29/19 Squirts 1 of 3 6:40 - 7:30pm
4/29/19 Peewees 1 of 3 7:40 - 8:30pm
4/29/19 16U/18U 1 of 2 8:40 - 10:00pm
4/30/19 Mites 2 of 2 6:10 - 7:00pm
4/30/19 Squirts 2 of 3 7:10 - 8:00pm
4/30/19 Bantams 1 of 3 8:10 - 9:30pm
5/1/19 Squirts 3 of 3 5:40 - 6:30pm
5/1/19 Peewees 2 of 3 6:40 - 8:00pm
5/1/19 Bantams 2 of 3 8:10 - 9:30pm
5/2/19 Peewees 3 of 3 5:40 - 6:30pm
5/2/19 Bantams 3 of 3 6:40 - 8:00pm
5/2/19 16U/18U 2 of 2 8:10 - 9:30pm

Goalies Wanted!

By Frederick Freeze 04/10/2019, 8:45am EDT

Goalies Wanted for All Levels, Squirts through Midgets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Freeze Organization is pleased to introduce Jason Milke as our exclusive Goaltending Coach.  Coach Milke combines 30 years of playing experience, 15 years of goalie coaching experience, and his professional role as an educator to provide your netminder a comprehensive developmental experience.  To register, click here.

 

Frederick Freeze Mite Hockey Clinic

By Frederick Freeze 02/28/2019, 1:30pm EST

Free Mite Clinic

Attention all Mite families! Do you have a Mite that is excited about hockey? Does your Mite ask to go the rink all the time? Well you're in luck! The Frederick Freeze is excited to announce we will be hosting a FREE, 4 session Mite hockey clinic.

This clinic is designed for players who have some playing experience and want to sample an advanced travel hockey curriculum. We are welcoming players, ages 5 - 8, to join us at Skate Frederick, 1288 Riverbend Way, Frederick, MD for this exciting and challenging clinic.

Clinic Faculty

Tommy Demers, Freeze Hockey Director

Jeremy Barron, Freeze Assistant Hockey Director & Head Coach

Current Freeze Mite Head & Assistant Coaches

Clinic Dates and Times

  • Tuesday, March 5, 2019    6:00-7:00 PM
  • Thursday, March 7, 2019  6:00 - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday, March 19, 2019  6:00 - 6:50 PM
  • Thursday, March 21, 2019  6:10-7:00 PM

 

To register for the FREE clinic, please email Freeze Hockey Director Tommy Demers at TLN99@hotmail.com.


Still have questions? Please contact Freeze Hockey Director, Tommy Demers at (301) 471-1093 or tln99@hotmail.com.

Freeze Weekly Update February 26, 2019

By Frederick Freeze 02/27/2019, 9:00am EST

Freeze Weekly Update

U16 UA

The Freeze U16UA team finished their season in playoffs this weekend in a tough loss against the ultimate CBHL winner, NoVa Ice Dogs.  The team ended their CBHL schedule at 13-5-3.  Congratulations to a fantastic team and season!

Bantam UA

Bantam UA played their last 2 games of  season this past weekend. They had a tough loss against Montgomery on Saturday but came back with a strong 4-1 win over Chevy Chase on Sunday. Jackson Pacylowski and Perry Wolcott each had a pair of goals.

Bantam B
 

We played 2 of our toughest games this weekend.  We played hard against the Nova Ice Dogs but fell short on Saturday.  We tied Harford  on Sunday which secured us a spot in the coming playoffs next weekend.  Off to Hampton Roads Saturday against Montgomery. 

Pee Wee UA

The Freeze PW UA team clashed with the Keystone State this weekend.  On Saturday, the Hershey (PA) Jr. Bears visited Skate Frederick and lost to the Freeze, 8-2.  On Sunday, the Freeze traveled to Amish country, but fell to the Lancaster (PA) Firebirds, 2-0.

The Freeze PW UA will next play in the 2019 Hershey St. Patrick’s Day Tournament, March 15-17.

Pee Wee B

The PeeWee B team clinched their spot as 4th seed in the division over the weekend.  The team tied Montgomery 4-4 Sunday, early afternoon.  The team went on to defeat NOVA 5-4 in their final home game of the regular season,  Sunday evening. Well done boys! Please wish them luck as they take on Navy, Saturday evening at Prince William Ice Rink in the CBHL playoffs. 

Cheers to the people behind the players....the parents who support them by shuffling them around & their subsequent gear from practices to games and tournaments & making countless sacrifices so their boys can play the greatest game on earth!

Good luck boys!  Go Freeze!

Squirt LA

Squirt LA had the weekend off but are heading to Richmond, VA this Saturday for their playoff games!

GOOD LUCK!!!

Squirt B

Squirt B also had the weekend off and heads to Prince William Ice Center for their playoff games!

GOOD LUCK!!!

Mite UA

Mites UA had the weekend off but are heading to Mites on Ice at the Verizon Center tonight! Have fun!

Mite LA

In an effort to sharpen their game prior to the season ending York tournament the LA Mites travelled to Bowie for a mini jamboree Sunday morning.  The team played well having won two of their three games.
Call-up Dom “The Dominator” Studlo from the Mite B Team answered the call netting one and Alex Birzak made some awesome saves!

Mite B

Mite B had the weekend off!

Congratulations to all the teams that had games & tournaments over the weekend! Keep up the great work and good luck in this weeks playoff games!

Freeze Weekly Update February 20, 2019

By Frederick Freeze 02/20/2019, 5:00pm EST

Freeze Weekly Update

U16 UA

This weekend the U16 UA team went 2-2 in some tough games at the Pittsburgh Presidential Cup Tournament. They will travel to Richmond this weekend to compete in playoffs. Their first-round game is against the Nova Ice Dogs and when they win, they will play either Montgomery or Hagerstown. 

Bantam UA

The Bantam UA team had a great 6-5 win over Montgomery in Pittsburgh. They finished the weekend 2-2.

Bantam B

The Bantam B team traveled to Raleigh, NC for the Big Bear Presidents Tournament.  They finished 4-0, winning the championship hardware and a banner. Our team attended the Hurricanes VS Edmonton Oilers game, and were able to see Conner McDavid. 

Pee Wee UA

The Pee Wee UA team traveled north to play in the Rochester, NY Presidential Power Play Tournament.  The Freeze were very competitive throughout, losing to the eventual champions, Utica Jr. Comets, 3-2 on Saturday.  On Sunday, the Freeze dropped the early morning game to the Lockport Lockmonsters (the runner-up), 5-1, but bounced back in the afternoon, scoring with 20 seconds to play to tie the Buffalo Regals, 3-3.  The Freeze finished strong, demolishing the Lehigh Valley Jr. Phantoms, 7-2, on Monday morning.

While in Rochester, the PW UA team joined the Squirt LA and B teams at the Rochester Americans game. They also served as "Bench Buddies" on the Amerks bench during pre-game warm-up.  It was a fun afternoon for all!

Pee Wee B

The Pee Wee B team headed to Hershey, PA over the weekend for the Travel Champs President's Day Tournament. The team lost the first two closely matched games, each by only one goal.  They ended the tournament on a positive note, with a win over the Hatfield Ice Hawks.

In honor of Hockey Week, it should be noted that the Hatfield Ice Hawks displayed the best sportsmanship like conduct our team has seen all season. They approached our team before the game, giving fist bumps for all of our players and well wishes for a good game. Many thanks to Hatfield for being such great sports and uniting hockey families, as it should be. The team and families enjoyed team bonding over food, fun times at the hotel and a team outing to watch the Hershey Bears in action.

Squirt B

The Squirt B team played in the Presidential Powerplay in Rochester, NY this weekend. The boys defeated the Burlington Jr. Cougars from Ontario and the Lehigh Valley Phantoms from PA in the first and second rounds. Vincent Shrader was blocking almost everything that got near the net!  Teddy O’Brien had multiple goals in the first game and  Jackson Powell kept shooting at the net and helped the team to the victories!  In the third round, the boys fell to a very tough West Seneca, NY team.  They made it to the semi-finals.  Finally, on a very early, snowy morning the Squirt B team went to play the Monroe County Eagles. They held their own and kept the game scoreless for the first period, but they lost to the Eagles.

All the Freeze teams went to a Rochester Americans, AHL, game. All the Squirts went out on the ice to do a shoot out during the second intermission.  Thanks to Eric Metzler, from the Squirt A team, for letting all the boys shoot on him. In the end, the boys had fun, bonded, and learned to play their hardest!

Mite UA

The Mite UA team delivered the product that their fans had been eagerly awaiting. In Hershey, PA the Freeze went 4-1, capturing the title, becoming the President’s Day Mite A Tournament Champions. 

After playing in a consolation game in October, and being tournament finalists in January, the team was determined to bring home the gold in their final tournament as Mites.

The team started strong, winning the first game of round robin play, defeating the Jersey Colts, 7-6. The Freeze then lost game two, 8-6 against the Long Island Arrows. Tears of compete and passion were shed after the game. Those tears only fueled the fire as the Freeze stormed back to defeat the Hershey Jr. Bears 7-6 to advance to the semi-finals. 

In semi-final action, the Freeze steamrolled the Jersey Colts, 9-3 to advance to the championship. In the finals, the Freeze raised the cup, defeating the Long Island Arrows 5-2. What a way for our 2010's to finish their mite careers!

The players were all hungry, competed as a team, and played for each other. Tournament MVP, goalie Davis Blaszak (4-1), amassed 144 saves throughout the weekend, and only allowed 5 goals total during the semi-final and championship games. The defense continued to impress as Finn Murphy and Corinne Burke played the games of their lives. Finn’s Old Man Stick Lifts harassed anyone who attempted to hang out in front of our net. Corinne proved that not only does she have amazing timing when closing the gap, but she also has the hands to dangle forecheckers along the boards.

Team Captain, Dylan Desjarlais not only motivated the team during the pregame talks, but also powered the offense, tallying 15 goals and a handful of assists. Wing partners, Eli Grosh and Edward Manninen provided great two-way play, potting goals and assists, while aggressively backchecking to protect the net. 

The coaching staff shook up the “Honey Badger” line, as Chase Elias and Charlie Overeem flanked the wings and Braeden O’Neil patrolled the center. The change paid dividends as Charlie, Chase, and Braeden were able to quickly generate offense and provide defensive support. 

A yard sale of helmets, gloves, and sticks covered the ice as the final buzzer sounded, and the team became champions!

Mite LA

Sunday, the Mite LA team played the Howard County Raiders at Skate Frederick. Each team played hard, but Howard came out on top.

 

Freeze Weekly Update February 12, 2019

By Frederick Freeze 02/12/2019, 5:30pm EST

Freeze Weekly Update

U16

Congrats to the U16 team! They are headed to the playoffs in Richmond!!! They tied the Hagerstown Bulldogs 2-2, which was enough to earn them the point they needed. The team also tied Montgomery on Sunday 2-2 to move into 3rd place going into playoffs.

Bantam UA

Bantam UA had a weekend off but are headed to Pittsburgh, PA this weekend to compete in the Pittsburgh Presidents Cup.

Bantam B

Bantam B fought hard and beat rival Montgomery Saturday 2-1. 
See our picture below of the handsome group. 

Pee Wee A

Get out the brooms!  On Saturday, the Freeze beat the York Devils, 6-1, at the York Ice Arena.  Returning home on Sunday, the Freeze defeated the playoff-bound Bowie Bruins, 5-4.

Pee Wee B

PeeWee B played Southern Maryland and pulled off a win with a score of 3-2.

Squirt LA

Squirt LA played Montgomery Saturday and tied 4-4.  They played Easton on Sunday and won 6-1 ending their season undefeated. Way to go team!!

Squirt B

The boys had a fun scrimmage on Saturday!  Parents and siblings joined in and showed off their moves too. Coach Klauka and the boys were eager to assist and help teach our future Freeze player, Owen Klauka! 

On Sunday, the boys played against Montgomery. After a scoreless first period, Montgomery pulled out a 5-0 win. 

Mite UA

On Saturday, the Mite UA team competed with a few players from the Mite LA team playing two non-league games against Harford. Charlie Overeem led the offense by putting in 5 goals, securing him a hat trick in the second game. Reagan Riley provided some much needed speed and Finn Murphy played solid defense, while tallying a goal in the first game. The Freeze finished the morning 1-1-0.

Mite LA

Our Mites LA The LA Mites traveled to Hershey to participate in the Hershey Bears “Youth on Ice” program.
The players were thrilled to watch the Bears and get to play on same ice as the pros!
We even shared an elevator ride with a Hershey Bear player Colby Williams on our way back to our seats.

Mite B
 

The Mite B team participated in the last jamboree of the season which was hosted at Bowie.  They had a strong finish with a 3-1 record.   Dominic Studlo, Nicholas Chung, Johnny Smeraglia  and Owen Haddaway provided multiple scoring opportunity through great passing and team communication.  Sophia Duan, Leo Grolton and Micheal Dye played strong defense with focusing on keeping the puck out of our zone.  Brooks Haddaway played in the net for the first time in a jamboree.  The players skills have continued to develop throughout the season and we are proud of their hard work and dedication to the team and hockey.

Many of our teams are headed out of town for tournaments this weekend. We wish all of our teams the very best and safe travels. 

Please feel free to post, share, or tag our social media sites so we can see everyones updates as we are playing games!

Goalies Wanted!

By Frederick Freeze 04/10/2019, 8:45am EDT

Goalies Wanted for All Levels, Squirts through Midgets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Freeze Organization is pleased to introduce Jason Milke as our exclusive Goaltending Coach.  Coach Milke combines 30 years of playing experience, 15 years of goalie coaching experience, and his professional role as an educator to provide your netminder a comprehensive developmental experience.  To register, click here.

 

Frederick Freeze Mite Hockey Clinic

By Frederick Freeze 02/28/2019, 1:30pm EST

Free Mite Clinic

Attention all Mite families! Do you have a Mite that is excited about hockey? Does your Mite ask to go the rink all the time? Well you're in luck! The Frederick Freeze is excited to announce we will be hosting a FREE, 4 session Mite hockey clinic.

This clinic is designed for players who have some playing experience and want to sample an advanced travel hockey curriculum. We are welcoming players, ages 5 - 8, to join us at Skate Frederick, 1288 Riverbend Way, Frederick, MD for this exciting and challenging clinic.

Clinic Faculty

Tommy Demers, Freeze Hockey Director

Jeremy Barron, Freeze Assistant Hockey Director & Head Coach

Current Freeze Mite Head & Assistant Coaches

Clinic Dates and Times

  • Tuesday, March 5, 2019    6:00-7:00 PM
  • Thursday, March 7, 2019  6:00 - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday, March 19, 2019  6:00 - 6:50 PM
  • Thursday, March 21, 2019  6:10-7:00 PM

 

To register for the FREE clinic, please email Freeze Hockey Director Tommy Demers at TLN99@hotmail.com.


Still have questions? Please contact Freeze Hockey Director, Tommy Demers at (301) 471-1093 or tln99@hotmail.com.

Freeze Weekly Update February 26, 2019

By Frederick Freeze 02/27/2019, 9:00am EST

Freeze Weekly Update

U16 UA

The Freeze U16UA team finished their season in playoffs this weekend in a tough loss against the ultimate CBHL winner, NoVa Ice Dogs.  The team ended their CBHL schedule at 13-5-3.  Congratulations to a fantastic team and season!

Bantam UA

Bantam UA played their last 2 games of  season this past weekend. They had a tough loss against Montgomery on Saturday but came back with a strong 4-1 win over Chevy Chase on Sunday. Jackson Pacylowski and Perry Wolcott each had a pair of goals.

Bantam B
 

We played 2 of our toughest games this weekend.  We played hard against the Nova Ice Dogs but fell short on Saturday.  We tied Harford  on Sunday which secured us a spot in the coming playoffs next weekend.  Off to Hampton Roads Saturday against Montgomery. 

Pee Wee UA

The Freeze PW UA team clashed with the Keystone State this weekend.  On Saturday, the Hershey (PA) Jr. Bears visited Skate Frederick and lost to the Freeze, 8-2.  On Sunday, the Freeze traveled to Amish country, but fell to the Lancaster (PA) Firebirds, 2-0.

The Freeze PW UA will next play in the 2019 Hershey St. Patrick’s Day Tournament, March 15-17.

Pee Wee B

The PeeWee B team clinched their spot as 4th seed in the division over the weekend.  The team tied Montgomery 4-4 Sunday, early afternoon.  The team went on to defeat NOVA 5-4 in their final home game of the regular season,  Sunday evening. Well done boys! Please wish them luck as they take on Navy, Saturday evening at Prince William Ice Rink in the CBHL playoffs. 

Cheers to the people behind the players....the parents who support them by shuffling them around & their subsequent gear from practices to games and tournaments & making countless sacrifices so their boys can play the greatest game on earth!

Good luck boys!  Go Freeze!

Squirt LA

Squirt LA had the weekend off but are heading to Richmond, VA this Saturday for their playoff games!

GOOD LUCK!!!

Squirt B

Squirt B also had the weekend off and heads to Prince William Ice Center for their playoff games!

GOOD LUCK!!!

Mite UA

Mites UA had the weekend off but are heading to Mites on Ice at the Verizon Center tonight! Have fun!

Mite LA

In an effort to sharpen their game prior to the season ending York tournament the LA Mites travelled to Bowie for a mini jamboree Sunday morning.  The team played well having won two of their three games.
Call-up Dom “The Dominator” Studlo from the Mite B Team answered the call netting one and Alex Birzak made some awesome saves!

Mite B

Mite B had the weekend off!

Congratulations to all the teams that had games & tournaments over the weekend! Keep up the great work and good luck in this weeks playoff games!

Freeze Weekly Update February 20, 2019

By Frederick Freeze 02/20/2019, 5:00pm EST

Freeze Weekly Update

U16 UA

This weekend the U16 UA team went 2-2 in some tough games at the Pittsburgh Presidential Cup Tournament. They will travel to Richmond this weekend to compete in playoffs. Their first-round game is against the Nova Ice Dogs and when they win, they will play either Montgomery or Hagerstown. 

Bantam UA

The Bantam UA team had a great 6-5 win over Montgomery in Pittsburgh. They finished the weekend 2-2.

Bantam B

The Bantam B team traveled to Raleigh, NC for the Big Bear Presidents Tournament.  They finished 4-0, winning the championship hardware and a banner. Our team attended the Hurricanes VS Edmonton Oilers game, and were able to see Conner McDavid. 

Pee Wee UA

The Pee Wee UA team traveled north to play in the Rochester, NY Presidential Power Play Tournament.  The Freeze were very competitive throughout, losing to the eventual champions, Utica Jr. Comets, 3-2 on Saturday.  On Sunday, the Freeze dropped the early morning game to the Lockport Lockmonsters (the runner-up), 5-1, but bounced back in the afternoon, scoring with 20 seconds to play to tie the Buffalo Regals, 3-3.  The Freeze finished strong, demolishing the Lehigh Valley Jr. Phantoms, 7-2, on Monday morning.

While in Rochester, the PW UA team joined the Squirt LA and B teams at the Rochester Americans game. They also served as "Bench Buddies" on the Amerks bench during pre-game warm-up.  It was a fun afternoon for all!

Pee Wee B

The Pee Wee B team headed to Hershey, PA over the weekend for the Travel Champs President's Day Tournament. The team lost the first two closely matched games, each by only one goal.  They ended the tournament on a positive note, with a win over the Hatfield Ice Hawks.

In honor of Hockey Week, it should be noted that the Hatfield Ice Hawks displayed the best sportsmanship like conduct our team has seen all season. They approached our team before the game, giving fist bumps for all of our players and well wishes for a good game. Many thanks to Hatfield for being such great sports and uniting hockey families, as it should be. The team and families enjoyed team bonding over food, fun times at the hotel and a team outing to watch the Hershey Bears in action.

Squirt B

The Squirt B team played in the Presidential Powerplay in Rochester, NY this weekend. The boys defeated the Burlington Jr. Cougars from Ontario and the Lehigh Valley Phantoms from PA in the first and second rounds. Vincent Shrader was blocking almost everything that got near the net!  Teddy O’Brien had multiple goals in the first game and  Jackson Powell kept shooting at the net and helped the team to the victories!  In the third round, the boys fell to a very tough West Seneca, NY team.  They made it to the semi-finals.  Finally, on a very early, snowy morning the Squirt B team went to play the Monroe County Eagles. They held their own and kept the game scoreless for the first period, but they lost to the Eagles.

All the Freeze teams went to a Rochester Americans, AHL, game. All the Squirts went out on the ice to do a shoot out during the second intermission.  Thanks to Eric Metzler, from the Squirt A team, for letting all the boys shoot on him. In the end, the boys had fun, bonded, and learned to play their hardest!

Mite UA

The Mite UA team delivered the product that their fans had been eagerly awaiting. In Hershey, PA the Freeze went 4-1, capturing the title, becoming the President’s Day Mite A Tournament Champions. 

After playing in a consolation game in October, and being tournament finalists in January, the team was determined to bring home the gold in their final tournament as Mites.

The team started strong, winning the first game of round robin play, defeating the Jersey Colts, 7-6. The Freeze then lost game two, 8-6 against the Long Island Arrows. Tears of compete and passion were shed after the game. Those tears only fueled the fire as the Freeze stormed back to defeat the Hershey Jr. Bears 7-6 to advance to the semi-finals. 

In semi-final action, the Freeze steamrolled the Jersey Colts, 9-3 to advance to the championship. In the finals, the Freeze raised the cup, defeating the Long Island Arrows 5-2. What a way for our 2010's to finish their mite careers!

The players were all hungry, competed as a team, and played for each other. Tournament MVP, goalie Davis Blaszak (4-1), amassed 144 saves throughout the weekend, and only allowed 5 goals total during the semi-final and championship games. The defense continued to impress as Finn Murphy and Corinne Burke played the games of their lives. Finn’s Old Man Stick Lifts harassed anyone who attempted to hang out in front of our net. Corinne proved that not only does she have amazing timing when closing the gap, but she also has the hands to dangle forecheckers along the boards.

Team Captain, Dylan Desjarlais not only motivated the team during the pregame talks, but also powered the offense, tallying 15 goals and a handful of assists. Wing partners, Eli Grosh and Edward Manninen provided great two-way play, potting goals and assists, while aggressively backchecking to protect the net. 

The coaching staff shook up the “Honey Badger” line, as Chase Elias and Charlie Overeem flanked the wings and Braeden O’Neil patrolled the center. The change paid dividends as Charlie, Chase, and Braeden were able to quickly generate offense and provide defensive support. 

A yard sale of helmets, gloves, and sticks covered the ice as the final buzzer sounded, and the team became champions!

Mite LA

Sunday, the Mite LA team played the Howard County Raiders at Skate Frederick. Each team played hard, but Howard came out on top.

 

Freeze Weekly Update February 12, 2019

By Frederick Freeze 02/12/2019, 5:30pm EST

Freeze Weekly Update

U16

Congrats to the U16 team! They are headed to the playoffs in Richmond!!! They tied the Hagerstown Bulldogs 2-2, which was enough to earn them the point they needed. The team also tied Montgomery on Sunday 2-2 to move into 3rd place going into playoffs.

Bantam UA

Bantam UA had a weekend off but are headed to Pittsburgh, PA this weekend to compete in the Pittsburgh Presidents Cup.

Bantam B

Bantam B fought hard and beat rival Montgomery Saturday 2-1. 
See our picture below of the handsome group. 

Pee Wee A

Get out the brooms!  On Saturday, the Freeze beat the York Devils, 6-1, at the York Ice Arena.  Returning home on Sunday, the Freeze defeated the playoff-bound Bowie Bruins, 5-4.

Pee Wee B

PeeWee B played Southern Maryland and pulled off a win with a score of 3-2.

Squirt LA

Squirt LA played Montgomery Saturday and tied 4-4.  They played Easton on Sunday and won 6-1 ending their season undefeated. Way to go team!!

Squirt B

The boys had a fun scrimmage on Saturday!  Parents and siblings joined in and showed off their moves too. Coach Klauka and the boys were eager to assist and help teach our future Freeze player, Owen Klauka! 

On Sunday, the boys played against Montgomery. After a scoreless first period, Montgomery pulled out a 5-0 win. 

Mite UA

On Saturday, the Mite UA team competed with a few players from the Mite LA team playing two non-league games against Harford. Charlie Overeem led the offense by putting in 5 goals, securing him a hat trick in the second game. Reagan Riley provided some much needed speed and Finn Murphy played solid defense, while tallying a goal in the first game. The Freeze finished the morning 1-1-0.

Mite LA

Our Mites LA The LA Mites traveled to Hershey to participate in the Hershey Bears “Youth on Ice” program.
The players were thrilled to watch the Bears and get to play on same ice as the pros!
We even shared an elevator ride with a Hershey Bear player Colby Williams on our way back to our seats.

Mite B
 

The Mite B team participated in the last jamboree of the season which was hosted at Bowie.  They had a strong finish with a 3-1 record.   Dominic Studlo, Nicholas Chung, Johnny Smeraglia  and Owen Haddaway provided multiple scoring opportunity through great passing and team communication.  Sophia Duan, Leo Grolton and Micheal Dye played strong defense with focusing on keeping the puck out of our zone.  Brooks Haddaway played in the net for the first time in a jamboree.  The players skills have continued to develop throughout the season and we are proud of their hard work and dedication to the team and hockey.

Many of our teams are headed out of town for tournaments this weekend. We wish all of our teams the very best and safe travels. 

Please feel free to post, share, or tag our social media sites so we can see everyones updates as we are playing games!

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