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    Congratulations to 16AA Blue and 18A for advancing to Districts!

    Congratulations to our Midget 18A and 16AA Blue teams for advancing to the Atlantic District Championship tournaments to be held next weekend, March 7-8. Midget 16AA will be playing on home ice at Hatfield (schedule), and 18A will play in Hackensack, NJ (schedule). Good luck, Ice Dogs!


    16AA Blue Playoffs

    Midget 18A Playoffs

    DVHL Playoffs

    The Ice Dogs organization congratulates the following teams on advancing to the DVHL Playoffs:

    • Bantam B Blue
    • Midget 16A Blue
    • Midget 16AA Blue
    • Midget 18A

    Good luck to our teams!


    2015-2016 Coaching Application

    The Ice Dogs Youth Hockey Program is seeking experienced Head and Assistant Coaches for the upcoming season. The Ice Dogs Program has youth teams for players ages 5-18. Our program strives to foster an environment that builds confidence, character and competency through youth ice hockey.

    Click on the application below to apply.

      Midget 16AA Blue Team Brings Home Silver Medal at International Silver Stick Finals


      The Ice Dogs 16AA Blue team competed in the International Silver Stick Finals in Newmarket, Ontario this past weekend where they succeeded in making it to the final game despite a tough draw in the early rounds. In their first game, the Dogs tied the Tampa Scorpions, the team ranked number 1 in the USA, by scoring with the goalie pulled and only 1.4 seconds left in the game. After a very fun opportunity to participate in the opening ceremonies, the team defeated the Newmarket Redmen by a score of 3-1. On day two, the Dogs would lose to a hard hitting Kensington Rebels team (ranked #7 in USA) by a score of 7-1, and leaving several players with injuries, two of which required stitches. But the team bounced back in the afternoon to defeat the Mississauga Jets by a score of 1-0 and secure a place in the quarterfinal.

      In the quarterfinal, the Dogs solidly defeated the Belleville Bulls, ranked #10 amongst Canadian teams by a score of 6-2 to move onto the semi-finals against the St Clair Saints, ranked #4 in the USA. This was a tight defensive game with fantastic goal keeping, with no scoring until a rocket from the point would score with less than 3 minutes left in the game to give the team a 1-0 win. In the championship game, the Dogs would again meet the Tampa Scorpions. It was a close game throughout and was still 0-0 halfway through the game, but ultimately the Dogs would fall by a score of 2-0. The team had a truly amazing weekend of hockey and proudly came home with the silver medals. Great job Dogs!



      Ice Dogs Locker Room Policy

      Ice Dogs parents, please click on the link below to read the locker policy. Thank you.

      Ice Dogs Girls Youth Hockey

      Hatfield Ice and the Ice Dogs Youth Hockey Club is proud to present the Girls Ice Hockey skill development program for 2015! Click the link below for more information.

      A Welcome Letter to Ice Dogs Families

      from the President, Lou Morelli

      Ice Dogs Youth Hockey

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