Friday, January 25, 2013
Before the Sharks host the Bruins at the DCU Center, Shrewsbury takes on Northborough on the ice.
Friday, January 25
Information courtesy of Eric Lindquist, director of public relations & broadcasting, Worcester Sharks Shrewsbury takes on Algonquin in the fourth annual High School Hockey Showdown on Saturday, Jan. 26, at 4 p.m. at the DCU Center in Worcester. Also on Saturday, the Sharks host the Providence Bruins on at 7 p.m. with a special performance by Probable Cause presented by Columbia Tech to benefit the 15-40 Connection. Probable Cause performs from 6-6:45 behind Sharks Zone (behind the bar overlooking the ice) before the Sharks hit the ice vs. the Bruins. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. for the 4th annual High School Hockey Showdown between Shrewsbury and Algonquin. One ticket is valid for both games! The Sharks game will be televised live on …
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Kids got to scrimmage with the pros.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Submitted courtesy of Patricia Rollins, physical education teacher at Lincoln Street School The Lincoln Street School hosted the Boston Bruins Youth Hockey and Blades, the Bruin Mascot, to their school on the morning of Nov. 14. The event was scheduled for Oct. 30, but was rescheduled due to power outages caused by Hurricane Sandy. Members of the Boston Bruins staff and alumnus visited the school and had an interactive program for grades 3 to 5 providing them with a Bruins street hockey clinic. Blades, the Boston Bruin mascot, visited room to room to K-2 classrooms. The day was broken up into three sessions for grades 3, 4, and 5, which consisted of more than 120 students. The kids were greeted by a speech from Bruins’ alumnus Tommy Songin…
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
LaCava wants to be a hockey player when he grows up. He's three, and he already knows this. Who knows, could be true. Didn't Tiger Woods know he wanted to golf at that age?
As the Youth Program Coach at Teamworks, Nichole Hallett coaches more than 100 kids in different sports each week. Some of them stand out, and one, in particular, she feels should be "athlete of the week." Jackson LaCava, who just turned three, is the youngest athlete is Hallett's class, but is a "great listener, very coordinated and always has a smile on his face." LaCava attends Miss Tanya's Preschool in Westborough. Favorite Color: Red Enjoys: Playing chase, having a big bowl of mac and cheese after sports class Favorite Career Athletic Moment: Playing hockey with his dad Big Stats: Scored two goals against his dad in their "backyard hockey Olympics." Future Goal: To be a professional hockey player, and All Sports School at Teamworks …
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Kevin and Tim Reale were born with ice skates on their feet. Well, not really, but they have been skating and playing hockey for years.
Whiz Kids: Kevin Reale, 12; Tim Reale, 15 Whiz Kids’ Schools: Kevin is in seventh grade at Melican Middle School; Tim is a sophomore at Algonquin Regional High School. Whiz Kids’ Accomplishments: Despite the extreme hockey schedules, these two brothers love the game and fit in baseball too. Whiz Kids’ Key to Awesomeness: Speed, power, and teamwork. The three integral things a hockey player must possess. When Tim and Kevin Reale are not watching professional hockey games on television, they are playing for youth teams. Hockey fans run in the Reale family, so it was no surprise that the boys were introduced to skating at an early age. At one point, their father had a rink in their backyard. “It’s exciting and keeps you on your toes,” said …