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Lawrence Nassau Hockey Association "Learn to Skate Program" is back...
...and it's better that ever!
Designed for a beginning skater with little or no experience, the Learn To Skate program caters to both boys and girls ages 4 and older. We will teach forward skating, turning, stopping and some backward skating in our 6-week session. All sessions are 1 hour long and will have 30 minutes of instruction along with 30 minutes of free skating.
There will be three 6 week clinics and each clinic session is held Saturdays, 11:15am to 12:15pm on the following dates:
PW Flames take 1st at the Big Boss Spring Tournament
by posted 05/18/2017
The Lawrence Nassau Flames take 1st at the Big Boss Spring Tournament
The Lawrence Nassau Flames competed and finished in 1st place as a PW AA team in the Big Boss Spring Tournament at Aspen Ice in Randolph, NJ over the weekend. The team compiled a 4-1 record by defeating the Long Island Jawz (6-3), the AC Sharks (5-0) and Jersey Mustangs (Kinnelon Colts) two times, including 2-1 in the championship game. It was a great weekend for players and parents as the Flames look to build on the success in the NJYHL as a “AA” team for the first time in several years at the PW level.
Lawrence Flames and Nassau PeeWees faceoff in Championship Game
by posted 03/26/2017
2017 March Mayhem PeeWee
The Lawrence Flames and Nassau PeeWee B teams faced each other in the finals of the 2017 March Mayhem tournament at the Revolution Ice Gardens in Warwick, PA. After a hard fought game the Nassau team prevailed 4-3. Congratulations to both teams on their 1st and 2nd place finishes!
Colonial Valley Conference All Stars were chosen...and the Lawrence Flames* are well represented.
*Flames Players in bold red letters
By Trentonian Staff Report
Ã¢â‚¬â€¹It was a great hockey season in the Colonial Valley Conference that was highlighted by Princeton’s great run in the state tournament. It was also one of the most competitive seasons in the league in recent years and plenty of players stepped up and excelled.
The Trentonian would like to honor its All-Colonial Valley Conference team:
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Shawn Camisa, Robbinsville >> There wasn’t much Camisa didn’t do for the Ravens. Among their all-time leading scorers with 85 career goals and 84 career assists that balanced play and demeanor he brought to the ice to made this another successfu season.
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Max Garlock, Princeton >> Not a flamboyant defenseman, just one who gets the job done. During the Tigers’ great season, Garlock was dependable and always up to the challenge. He did a great job on special teams and was a key to Princeton’s transition game.
GOALIE OF THE YEAR
Sawyer Peck, Princeton >> Many thought if there was a weak spot in the Tigers’ game it was in goal. Well, Peck went out all season long and proved them wrong. Notching 486 saves on the season, he was at his best when the lights were the brightest. The final run would not have been possible without the play of Peck.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Terence Miller, Princeton >> It was quite a journey Miller engineered this season. He took a team with some veterans and plenty of newcomers and meshed them together for a very cohesive unit. Miller made the game enjoyable and kept the players focused on one game at a time.
Brendon McCormick, Princeton >> One of the best players to come along in many years, McCormick was skillful with the stick and he had the ability to find the goal. A player who always made the players around him better, he netted a CVC-best 37 goals and added 28 assists.
Aidan Trainor, Princeton >> The best freshman to enter the CVC in several years, Trainor gained confidence every game and became a complete playerm scoring 22 goals and adding 39 assists. He scored a lot of big goals for the Tigers and gives them a solid foundation for the future.
Matt Sellers, Notre Dame >> He was ND’s go-to player and always seemed to come through. One of the premier offensive players in the state, Sellers scored 32 goals and added 27 assists.
Jack Boyer, Hopewell Valley >> A player who stepped into a strong leadership role for the Bulldogs, Boyer led by example. He netted 24 goals and added 10 assists. It took a few games to settle in, but by the end of the year he was tough to contain.
Nicholas Giaramita, Lawrence >> A newcomer to the CVC this season, Giaramita stepped right in and played like a veteran leading the Cardinals to a Valley Division title. He scored 32 goals and had 25 assists.
Keelan Brush, Notre Dame >> A top defender who the Irish leaned on this year and Brush always responded. Always given the toughest task on the ice, Brush was up to the challenge and he played a key role in the Irish’s transition game.
Drazen Medich, Lawrence >> Watch Medich play just once and his talent shines through. A solid defender and a player capable of scoring at any time from anywhere. He had seven goals and 17 assists for the Cardinals.
Ryan Van Duren, Robbinsville >> One of the top defenders in the area, Van Duren was a major part of the Ravens’ success. A tough one-on-one defender and a great system player, he also sparked the Ravens offense with three goals and 24 assists.
Nick Koch, Robbinsville >> As the season went along, he only got better and his play in the final half of the year was instrumental to for the Ravens. He had 458 saves on the season.
ALL-CVC ICE HOCKEY
Offensive Player of the Year: Shawn Camisa, Robbinsville
Defensive Player of the Year: Max Garlock, Princeton
Goalie of the Year: Sawyer Peck, Princeton
Coach of the Year: Terence Miller, Princeton
Forward — Shawn Camisa — Senior — Robbinsville
Forward — Brendon McCormick — Senior — Princeton
Forward — Aidan Trainor — Freshman — Princeton
Forward — Matt Sellers — Senior — Notre Dame
Forward — Jack Boyer — Senior — Hopewell Valley
Forward — Nicholas Giaramita — Senior — Lawrence
Defense — Keelan Brush — Senior — Notre Dame
Defense — Drazen Medich — Senior — Lawrence
Defense — Ryan Van Duren — Junior — Robbinsville
Defense — Max Garlock — Junior — Princeton
Goalie — Sawyer Peck — Senior — Princeton
Goalie — Nick Koch — Senior — Robbinsville
Forward — Josh Rosenbaum — Senior — Robbinsville
Forward — Jason Janora — Senior — Notre Dame
Forward — Joe Pontrelli — Senior — Robbinsville
Forward — Jeremy Wong — Senior — WW-P
Forward — Michael Giaramita — Senior— Lawrence
Forward — Sean Whittaker — Senior — Notre Dame
Defense — Colin Hayward — Junior — Hopewell Valley
Defense — Nikolai Yershov — Senior — WW-P
Defense — Nick Ashcroft — Junior — Princeton
Defense — Tooker Callaway — Senior — Princeton
Goalie — Danny Cobb — Freshman — Lawrence
Goalie — Tyler Joyce — Senior — Paul VI
Rocco Salvato (Princeton), Eamonn McDonald (Princeton), David Corell (WW-P), Dino Malik (Steinert), Mike Miller (Steinert), Connor Zrinko (Lawrence), James Gow (Lawrence), Jaiden Spence (Nottingham), Mike Bonavico (Notre Dame), Matt DeLorenzo (Notre Dame), Danny Murphy (Notre Dame), Adam Colclough (Paul VI), Ryan D’Auria (Robbinsville), Liam Hartmann (Robbinsville), Brian McKenna (Hopewell Valley), Ethan Block (Hopewell Valley), Vann Adrian-Hage (Hopewell Valley), Adam Lohr-Pearson (WW-P)
The team punched their ticket to the NJYHL playoffs with a thrilling 6-3 victory over local rival Princeton Tigers.
After compiling a league record of 13 wins, 2 losses and 3 ties, the Lawrence Flames Squirt team qualified for the NJYHL playoffs as the #2 seed in the Lillehammer South Division. They will take on North Jersey’s best in the fight for a state championship as the playoff tournament is set for the weekend of February 24-26 at Aspen Ice in Randolph.
“I’m really proud of these kids. They’ve played hard all year and I’m glad that they are being rewarded with a playoff berth after a great season of strong team play,” said coach Jim Meissner.
The team, which is made up of both first and second year Squirt players, is led by Forwards Wyatt Ewanchyna, Bailey Cook, Tino Tiberio, Graham Bricker, Cade Jones, Dean Meissner, Ryan Kim and Daniel Farrell. Collectively they scored 92 goals in 18 games of league play – good for 4th best in the statewide Lillehammer (A) Division.
The Defense is led by Austin Kolczynski, Garrett Heffern, Kyle Pechalski and Gavin Tuniewicz, and backstopped by Goalies James Friedman and Jake Lenox.
As a team, they only surrendered 44 goals in league play – 2nd in the Lillehammer Division.
After a rough start on Friday, the Flames U16 A team bounced back on Saturday with two shutouts thanks to very stingy defensive play and goaltending. They lost in the semi-final game 4-1 at the Mid Atlantic Summer Showcase to a very solid PA team. The Flames were in it to the end, minus an empty netter when Coach Jay pulled his net minder for an extra attacker.
All in all, the Flames U16 A are playing better as a team as the season progresses and that was evident this past weekend.