Good Afternoon Back Bay Indian families,
The Back Bay Hockey is tracking the COVID - 19 pandemic and its effect globally on everyone personally and professionally. If an effort to ease the financial burden for families, The Board of Directors has unanimously voted to reduce the deposit from the current listed amount to $20. We request that you go online and register so we have an accurate player count and can declare our teams at the appropriate skill levels. We do want everyone to know that while the hockey season is currently over we do want to make the parent / player experience a good one. We extend our best wishes to your families during this time.
Thank you for your continued support of our Organization and we are looking forward to continued success at Back Bay.
Back Bay Hockey Board of Directors
****For Immediate Release****
The Backbay Indians have announced that the Skills Competition and Ice Cream Social scheduled for Thursday 03-12-20 will be cancelled. The Board of Directors has decided that in the interest of safety for all our participants and the current Caronavirus situation tonights event will be cancelled.
The Backbay Indians Squirt 1 team entered the NHAHA Granite State League’s Playoff round with an undefeated record of 13 - 0 - 3. The Indians won their first two round robin games against two very tough opponents, Plymouth and Keene. The semifinal game was a tough fight against a skilled Rochester team, however the Indians prevailed again advancing to the State Championship game on Sunday the 23rd. The rematch against Plymouth was a very hard battle during the first two periods. The Indians Liza Demain scored first and the period ended with a Backbay 1 - 0 lead. The second period started quickly with a second goal by Liza Demain and Plymouth’s Audra Custance answering with their own goal one minute later. The Indians quickly scored two more unanswered goals by Myles O’Keefe ending the second period with a 4 to 1 lead. The third period ended with 3 goals by Chloe McClain, 1 by Reid Swinerton and 1 by Myles O’Keefe, Audra Custance scored late for Plymouth bringing the final score of the game to the Backbay Indians 9, Plymouth 2. The Indians end their Granite State League as State Champions with a final record of 17 - 0 - 3. “I am so proud of the way the team played and the level of development each player achieved throughout the season. Every player knew their role, played a two way game and brought a new level of competition to their game.” said Coach Sikich. Coach Sikich continued by stating that The Backbay Hockey Association has devoted so much time and effort to changing the way the program develops their players and has shown that they can provide a program where focus is on skill development at a reasonable cost. I can’t thank the organization enough for providing the amount of practice time needed to be successful. The Backbay Indians Squirt 1 team will continue their season by playing the Seacoast Hockey League’s Playoff rounds this coming weekend in Rochester, NH. We look forward to some very tough competition and hope we can continue our success.
USA Hockey has implemented mandatory Safesport Training for all players 17 years of age or older. No player can be rostered until Safesport has been completed. The link below contains detailed instructions on how to participate in the online training class.