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Santa Barbara Royals taking teamwork to new levels during ’18-19 season

February 11th, 2019

Success on the ice has quickly come to be expected for the Santa Barbara Royals. The team won back-to-back championships in the first two years of the L.A. Kings High School Hockey League’s existence, adding a junior varsity championship the second year for good measure. They’re off to a stellar start this season as well,…

California quintet getting job done for USPHL’s Cyclones

February 5th, 2019

Cyclones, tornadoes and other storms are well known for taking things from their foundations and moving them somewhere new and unexpected. The Northern Cyclones hockey team does the same, but with hockey players and with much more fortunate outcomes than their meteorological namesake. The Cyclones team in the USPHL Premier division has moved five players…

Faith Lutheran achieves Nevada high school hockey milestone

February 4th, 2019

History was made on Dec. 14 at City National Arena. That night, Faith Lutheran High School shut out the Utah Selects high school team 4-0 in front of a packed house at the Vegas Golden Knights’ practice facility. The team is coached by Pokey Reddick, a former pro player in Las Vegas and longtime youth…

Great Park ICE & FivePoint Arena opens to rave reviews

January 31st, 2019

The buzz of getting exciting hockey has been brewing around the city of Irvine and soon, that buzz will be turning into reality. After waiting 687 days since construction began, the community was finally offered its first sneak peek into the gorgeous Great Park ICE & FivePoint Arena when it hosted the NHL Youth Cup…

Jr. Sharks advance Peterson to NCAA, Braslavski to NAHL

January 25th, 2019

The San Jose Jr. Sharks continue to prove that the organization is not only big on team success, but on developing players to be ready to hone their skills at higher levels. Two recent examples are Devin Cooley (University of Denver) and Zak Galambos (Minnesota State University) playing for top-five NCAA Division I schools. The…

Thousand Oaks’ Moore says NHL debut was ‘kind of a blur’

January 24th, 2019

As stretches of one’s career go, Trevor Moore’s past seven months haven’t been too shabby. Consider: • In June, he helped the Toronto Marlies win the American Hockey League’s (AHL) Calder Cup. Moore was a key cog in the playoff run, ringing up 17 points in 20 postseason games after 33 points in 68 regular-season…

Jr. Golden Knights’ 12U AA team makes history at Silver Sticks

January 21st, 2019

Last month, the Vegas Jr. Golden Knights’ 12U AA team etched its name in the history books by becoming the first Pee Wee team from the program to win an International Silver Stick regional championship. And the Jr. Golden Knights did it in their home state, capturing the title at the Las Vegas Ice Center….