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Then There Were 2!

The 2015 NCAA Champions will be crowned tomorrow night in Boston as Providence faces off against B.U. at TD Garden. During the hours leading up to the NCAA final many future college hockey players will be taking to the ice in a title game of their own in Boston and the surrounding regions. All but a few division semifinals are now in the books and just two teams remain.

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VHL All-Star Friday!

This Friday all 12 VHL All-Star teams will come together at the Haverhill Valley Forum for the grand finale! The West and North teams advanced to the finals at both the Peewee and Mite levels. The Squirt East and South teams finished the season with identical 8-2-1 records. The East earned the #1 seed with a 2-1-1 head to head record and will face the South one last time.

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North All-Stars Upset the West in Championship!

The North Peewees had lost the last 3 meetings with the West All-Stars, but won the most important game last Friday with a hard fought 2-0 victory!

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Player/Goalie Openings
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To help VHL programs prepare for the upcoming season, this page will be dedicated to current player openings for the 2015-16 season. If you would like your information posted, please email us at events@valley-associates.com.
Posted: 5/18/15
Program:
Parkway Hawks
The Parkway Hawks Youth Hockey program is looking for PeeWee skaters. Interested players should email parkwayyouthhockey@gmail.com for more information

Posted: 5/18/15
Program:
North Central Mass
North Central Mass Youth hockey, which plays out of rinks in Gardner, Ashburnham and Winchendon, has openings for skaters at the Pee Wee and Bantam Level. Interested players can email youthhockey@ncmyh.org for more information.




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MIKE LYNCH COLUMN
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The triple jump has been part of American track and field since it became an Olympic event back in 1896. It is often referred to as the "hop, skip and jump" because that is exactly what it looks like to the untrained eye. It is one of the most grueling of the field events in a meet. Kurt Robakiewicz (pronounced "Robe-A-Kevich") is the reigning Massachusetts as well as New England high school triple jump champ. Kurt won both of these titles last June as a junior at Nipmuc Regional High School in Upton. Read More
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week ending March 22nd

MITES
None

SQUIRTS
Connor Scafidi,Waltham

PEEWEES
Jack Vaughan, Groton A2

BANTAMS
Robert Prentiss, Peabody AA

MIDGETS
Anthony DiPerri

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