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Free Open Skate - February 9

The Valley Jr Warriors are hosting a free Open Skate for players born in 2007, 2008 & 2009 on Tuesday, February 9 at the Haverhill Valley Form. Read more for details and to sign up.

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NH East Bantam A’s Lead in Fewest Goals Against

With a record of 14-2-0, NH East has just 15 goals against them with shutouts in 6 of their 14 wins. No goalies at the Bantam or PeeWee level have fewer goals against, than the combined effort of Bobby LeBlanc and Jack Ellis. Check out the latest standings for more…

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Team East Opens All-Star Season vs. South!

The Mite All-Stars kicked off their game schedule this past Friday. Team East squared off against the South team in Burlington, while the West Team opened up the season against the North just a mile down the road in Woburn.

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2015 Bruins Tournament Recap!

Greater Lowell Mite 2 team enjoys the Winter Classic Tournament at Gillette Stadium on New Years Day after they captured the Savard Division Championship. Click for more images of the winners celebrating at the Winter Classic, and for all division results.

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Follow VJW Alum White - USA vs. Russia

Team USA meets Russia in the Semi Finals of the IIHF World Junior Championship at 1PM January 4th. VJW Alum Colin White (3-4-7) has a point in four of the five games played. Follow more on USAhockey.com

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Noah Hanafin's First NHL Goal!

...Hard to believe it was less than four years ago that Hanifin, a Norwood, Mass native and a bona fide blue-chip defenseman, was patrolling the blue line for the Valley Warriors Bantam Majors...

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Week ending Jan. 17, 2016

Nick Rinaldi, Agawam

Chris Cassesso, Somerville

Joe Trabucco, Burlington / Chris Vacca, Wakefield

Robbie Lopez, Framingham

Kyle Barry, Stoneham

mike_lynch_1.jpgIn a Class By Himself

On Friday January 22, Boston College shut out UMASS 8-0. It also happened to be the 1000th career win for Eagles coach Jerry York. No other college hockey coach in the country has ever won that many games.    Read More