Mite - Jay Ouellet
Squirt 1 - John Sikich
Squirt 2 - Tori Karstedt
Peewee 1 - Aaron House
Peewee 2 - TBD if needed
Bantam 1 - Chuck Smith
12U Girls - Ryan Gilpatrick
Please email Chuck Smith with any questions regarding this announcement.
Evaluations a huge success! With attendance at an all-time high, Back Bay Hockey was able to add 12U Girls and a Peewee 2 team to the organization. Openings are available on the following teams.
If you are interested in playing for the Back Bay Indians please email Johnsikich@yahoo.com.
Spring Select teams are forming for the following levels and will start the first week of April and end Memorial Day weekend May 2019. Includes 8 practices and one tournament.
If you did not signed up on the interest list during evaluations please email Johnsikich@yahoo.com to be placed on the list.
Thank you to everyone that participated and helped out at the ST. Patty's day tourney!! It was a huge success.
Congrats to SQUIRT 1 and SQUIRT 2 for their great finishes in the Seacoast Tourneys this past weekend. Both Teams took home runners up trophies!!!
Congratulations to our Bantams for beating the Maine Breakers 2-1 in a shootout to take the SeaCoast 1 Tournament!
Great NHAHA/GSL season for our PeeWee's as they finished as runner-up in the Championship game! Nice job boys!
This 3v3 cross ice tournament is being held to remember Ryan Goggin and raise funds for scholarships for Back Bay and Pop Whalen Ice Arena in his name as well as contributing to Pop Whalen Ice and Arts Center Expansion.
For over 7 years, Ryan Goggin proudly served his country as a U.S. Army Infantry Sergeant in Texas, Korea and Iraq. After suffering serious injuries, Ryan came back to the U.S. to receive medical treatment and rehabilitation services. Given an honorable medical discharge, Ryan moved back to Wolfeboro, New Hampshire to be close to his family.
Before beginning college in Colorado in Fall 2015, Ryan decided to take a backpacking trip in Peru. Due to plane delays, Ryan’s trip was extended from three to seven weeks. The morning of his flight back to the U.S. Ryan began to feel dizzy and could barely walk through the airport to board his plane. Upon landing in Miami, Ryan was rushed to the VA to begin medical testing. On January 24th, 2016, Ryan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. This may have resulted from exposure to radiation or cancer-causing chemicals while he was serving his country.
Unfortunately, Ryan lost his battle on March 31, 2017.
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Here's the link to sign up, it is on the Parks and Rec page and not the Pop Whalen page.
The format is 3V3, typical team size is 6.
Cost: $150/ team
Format: Recreational 2 10-minute halves, 3 game minimum
Date: Saturday 3/30, first games will begin at 8:00 am