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Ten teams crowned champs at Monarchy Madness spring event over Easter Weekend


Monarchy Hockey held its first event of the spring season, Monarchy Madness, over the March 29-31 Easter Weekend at LA Kings Icetown and Ontario Center Ice.

Ten champions brought home banners at the conclusion of the exciting weekend.

8U Competitive
Champion: Natty Hatty
Runner-up: Empire HC
MVP: Luke Barton
In a close game, Natty Hatty took the 6-4 win over Empire HC to claim the championship.

8U Elite
Champion: Rubber Puckies
Runner-up: SoCal Hockey Factory
MVP: Carter McKay
The Rubber Puckies had the offense going and captured the title with an 8-4 victory over the SoCal Hockey Factory.

10U Competitive
Champion: Hatty Ratty
Runner-up: Warriors
MVPs: Isaac Tamkin & Andrew Sharma
Hatty Ratty blanked the Warriors 15-0 as the offense was firing on all cylinders. Mason Kim and Liam Morgan each posted hat tricks in the championship win.

10U Elite
Champion: Kings
Runner-up: Monarchy Force
MVP: Lincoln Tekeila
Liam McDade and Hamilton Hopper each scored two goals to lead the Kings to a 6-1 win over Monarchy Force to take the title.

12U Competitive
Champion: OC Chargers
Runner-up: CCHT White
MVP: Quintin Ferry
The OC Chargers scored early and often en route to a 9-0 championship win over CCHT White. Parker Foss led the way with three goals and Caige Berry and Gunnar Stolfi netted two each.

12U Elite
Champion: Monarchy Force
Runner-up: Monarchy Stealth
MVP: Jake Szilagyi
In a back-and-forth game, Monarchy Force downed Monarchy Stealth 4-3 to win the title. Jake Szilagyi had the game-winning goal and Jett Longridge scored two goals for the Force. Jonathan Ma had two goals and an assist for the Stealth.

14U Competitive
Champion: OC Chargers
Runner-up: Crush
MVP: Jackson DeLeon
This thriller of a championship game went to a shootout where the Chargers came out on top 3-2. Jackson DeLeon had the winner in the shootout for the Chargers.

14U Elite
Champion: Crush
Runner-up: Monarchy Stealth
MVP: Noah Rodriguez
The Crush topped Monarchy Stealth 5-0 to bring home the championship. Kyle Sanders and Noah Rodriguez each scored two goals in the title game.

Midget Competitive
Champion: Monarchy Force
Runner-up: Monarchy Stealth
MVP: Landon Gallardo
Monarchy Force captured the title, beating Monarchy Stealth 6-2 as six different players found the back of the net.

Midget Elite
Champion: California Hockey Club
Runner-up: Natty Hatty
MVP: Isaiah Ellender
The offense was spread out here as five different players scored for California Hockey Club in a 5-2 win over Natty Hatty to secure the championship.

The next Monarchy event, the Memorial Day Showdown, is slated for May 24-27.

For more information and to register for future Monarchy tournaments, visit

Photos/Monarchy Hockey

— Matt Mackinder

(April 15, 2024)

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