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    All our CCHL Teams (House) are FULL

    08/08/2018, 8:00am EDT
    By NHC

    The NoVA 14U AA Girls team competed at the Southeast District Tournament held at Ashburn and Reston March 16-18.  NoVA 14U beat Team Carolina 8-1, lost to the Florida Lady Bulldogs 4-3 in a shootout, beat the Raleigh Jr. Hurricanes 8-0 and lost in the championship game to the Florida Lady Bulldogs 6-3.  NoVA 14U was awarded an at large bid to compete in the USA Hockey National Championships which will be held at The New England Sports Center in Marlborough, MA, April 4-9.  The NoVA 19U Girls, who swept their age group at the district tournament will also attend.

    NoVA 19U AA Girls are heading to Nationals

    03/20/2018, 9:30am EDT
    By NHC

    The NoVA 19U AA Girls team won the USA Hockey Southeastern District Tournament Championship this past weekend with a 6-1 win over the Potomac Patriots.  The 19U team advances to the USA Hockey National Championships being held this year in Marlborough, Massachusetts April 4-9.  The NoVA 19s outscored their opponents 28-1 in their three Pool Play victories prior to the Championship Game defeating the Carolina Eagles 15-1, Potomac 5-0 and the Nashville Flyers 8-0.

    NoVA 12U Blue finished the CCHL regular season undefeated at 12-0.  The team recorded 71 goals for and only 21 goals against.  The squad was filled with unselfish players and played a puck movement-rich brand of hockey, registering 55 total assists for the regular season.  Every player on the roster registered at least one point, and half the roster registered at least 8 points in the regular season.  The team ran into a very tough draw in the CCHL Cup (the odd reward of the #1 seed) and failed to medal, but virtually every player came back the following weekend to win the York, Pennsylvania, Rec/In-House Tournament.

    The 12s went 5-0, with only 4 goals against beating a strong Bowie team 2-1 in the final to hoist the trophy.  12U veterans, Sean  Conley (Captain), Eric Scharnweber (Alternate Captain), Robbie Favaro, and William Conaton, along with new Ice Dog Louis Molife (Alternate Captain), brought leadership, grit, slick passing, big goaltending, and scoring punch to a core group of 12U rookies who have gone 38-2-2 together in regular season and tournament play dating back to the 2016-2017 season.