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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT  - CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

We have been advised that we will be losing access to both PDS and Loucks arenas for the foreseeable future due to the two school campuses closing access due to CoronaVirus concerns. We will continue to stay in close contact with the schools, and be ready to move back into our home arenas as soon as they re-open. As such, the following planned activities will be affected in the ways outlined below:

Pre-Tryout Clinics: All Pre-Tryout Clinics planned for the coming weeks are cancelled effective immediately. We will provide a credit for fees paid for these clinics toward your upcoming season.

3 on 3 Spring League Hockey: The planned 3 on 3 spring league planned to start this week will be postponed and will start as soon as the ice surfaces re-open.

Tryouts [UPDATED MARCH 30th]:  The Atlantic Amateur Hockey Association has indefinitely postoned all tryouts for the 2020-21 regular season teams at all youth and girls age levels and roster classifications. As circumstances evolve, we will post the lastest information we receive about new dates from the AAHA and USA Hockey organizations here. Please contact us with any additional questions.  

We apologize for the inconvenience this situation has caused, however we hope to resume normal activities as soon as the current situation eases and our rinks re-open. Be safe!

 

 

Due to the on-going construction on the Lawrenceville School campus, Loucks is not accessible through the main school entrance on Main St/Rt 206. Please use the back entrance, which is located off of Lewisville Rd (see Rink Info tab in the vertical menu to the left for additional directions). Additionally, construction continues around McGraw ice rink at the Princeton Day School as well. We thank you for your understanding as our two host rinks make improvements to their facilities. 

2020-21 Tryout Information

Dates and Locations

  • Mites - Postponed due to Covid19
  • Squirts - Postponed due to Covid19
  • Peewee - Postponed due to Covid19
  • Bantams - Postponed due to Covid19
  • Midget U16 - Postponed due to Covid19
  • Midget U18 - Postponed due to Covid19

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR BANTAM A TEAM FOR MAKING THE USA HOCKEY ATLANTIC AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS!!!

 

FLAMES BANTAM B AND BANTAM A TEAMS MAKE NJHYL PLAYOFFS!

NASSAU GIRLS U12 TEAM MAKES MAWHA PLAYOFFS!

Congratulates to our Bantam B and Bantam A teams, as well as our Girls U12 team for making the playoffs in their respective leagues, the NJYHL and MAWHA. This is quite an accomplishment for both teams and clearly illustrates both the growth in skill and development of these players who are mostly Flames and Nassau returning players from last season. 

GOOD LUCK TO ALL 3 TEAMS ON YOUR JOURNEY!

 

FLAMES PEE WEE A AND BANTAM A PUNCH TICKETS FOR EJEPHL PLAYOFFS!!!!!

Congratulates to both our Pee Wee A and Bantam A teams which will be taking part in the Eastern Junior Elite Prospects Hockey League (EJEPHL) Playoffs held at Ice Line Jan 31-Feb 2.

The Pee Wees participated in the EJEPHL U12 Futures Conference consisting of 28 teams from across Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Connecticut, Virginia, Maine and New Hampshire.  Based on their record, the team placed 6th of 8 qualifying teams.

The Bantams participated in the EJEPHL U14 Futures Conference consisting of 30 teams Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Connecticut, Virginia, Maine and New Hampshire.  Based on their record, the team place 6th of 8 qualifying teams.

Both teams will play a round robin to determine which two teams move onto the semi-finals. 

The EJEPHL is utilized by many hockey programs to supplement the NJYHL season.  Teams participating in the EJ play a 16 game schedule against teams from outside their regular local exposure.  

 

GO FLAMES!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Congratulations to Midget U18AA on making States & Districts!

 

Our Midget U18AA team missed going to nationals by the slimist of margins, capping two great weekends of hockey. On  the weekend of the 26th, 27th and 28th the team charged through State playoffs earning a berth in the Districts, where they would take on the Jaguars Black team in a best of three championship to determine who would go to finals. Getting though the State championships was no easy feat for a team that suffering from multiple injuries, but the players stepped up to compete. On Friday night, game 1 of the Districts saw our Flames drop a 5 to 1 decision, and on Saturday our Flames fought hard to bring the game to overtime, sucummbing to the Jaguars Black 2-1 in overtime. Congratulations on a great seaon to our Midget U18AA team.

 

 

Hershey Labor Day Tournament

Bantam B Champions

 

Playing “We are the Champions” and drinking (water) out of the new Cup like trophy, the Lawrence Nassau Flames Bantam B team celebrated a hard fought championship win at the Hershey Labor Day Tournament on Sunday September 2 at the Twin Ponds East ice rink in Harrisburg PA. The team won all four games during the three-day tournament with dominating offense and stellar defense - scoring 16 goals and only allowing 3.  

“We definitely preached fitness when we started putting this thing together, knowing we had a bit of a short bench. The boys earned every bit of that trophy, and hopefully this is the first step in a successful journey for us as a team,” said Coach Steve Kolber.

Led by points leader Luke Gensinger, the team received goal scoring from Patrick Crome, Michael Pirone, Dylan Peters, Abhay Malushte, Matthew Cudmore and Nate Kocheran. Ryan Kocheran, Chris Hanson, Jacob Adami, Liam Ryan and Chase Wood all chipped in assists during the championship run. While Jake Lenox and Nick Chetti held down the goaltending duties admirably, facing over 70 shots in 4 games - including 2 shutouts.

"If we can keep everybody contributing positively, we should be in for a great season,” concluded Coach Kolber.

 

 

 

Congratulations Ace Ewanchyna!

 

The Lawrence Nassau Flames would like to congratulate Ace Ewanchyna  from the Flames U16AA team on his selection to one of two Atlantic District 2005 teams that traveled to Villach, Austria this week. Ace, who has played with the Flames since he was a Mite, traveled overseas to play teams from Ukraine and Austria in an international competition. Through three games Ace has contributed two goals and an assist, which ties him for third on his team in points. He will play two more games on Friday in the round robin round with playoffs taking place over the weekend. The Flames organization is extremely proud of Ace and his accomplishments as they are a testament to all the hard work and dedication he has shown throughout his hockey career. Anyone interested in following Ace can follow this link https://www.kehv.at/lions-trophy/ or follow @AtlanticDistr on Twitter where games are streamed live on Periscope.

 

 

 

 

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