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Ben Mirageas Named to the U.S. roster for the 2018 World Junior Summer Showcase
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Wednesday June 20th - Ben Mirageas a Providence College defenseman and former Valley Jr. Warrior has been named to the initial U.S. roster for the 2018 World Junior Summer Showcase. The showcase will run from July 28 – August 4 at the Sandman Centre in Kamloops, B.C.   [More]

Chris Kreider Heating Things Up for Team USA
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Monday May 14th - Chris Kreider currently ranks nineteenth in the 2018 IIHF World Championships in scoring leaders with 2 goals and 5 assists in his 6 games played so far with his plus/minus currently at a +5. Kreider, a Boxford, MA native was with the Valley Jr. Warriors for four years from 2004-2008. Team USA is set to take on Finland on Tuesday, May 15 in a preliminary game.   [More]

Cory Schneider Coming Up Big for the Devils
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Monday April 16th - Cory Schneider stopped 34 out of 36 shots Monday night to help keep the New Jersey Devils alive in playoffs bringing the series to a 2-1 Tampa Bay lead. Schneider is a Marblehead, MA native who played for the Warriors back in 2002-2004.   [More]

Alum Bobo Carpenter Hockey East Champ
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Saturday March 17th - Bobo Carpenter secured BU's Hockey East Championship with an empty net goal with 1:22 left in the game. The Terriers shut out Providence College 2-0. Carpenter was with the Warriors for seven seasons from 2006-2010. BU goaltender Max Prawdzik is also a former Jr. Warrior player.   [More]

Alum Noah Hanifin '18 NHL All-Star
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Sunday January 28th - Noah Hanifin represented the Metropolitan Division at the 2018 NHL All-Star Weekend. He competed for the Warriors for peewee majors in the 09-10 season, and bantam minors in 2010-11. He lead his VJW ’97 Elite team to the USA Hockey National Championship twice.   [More]

John McCarthy To Represent Team USA
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Thursday February 15th - John McCarthy prepares for the the 2018 Winter Olympics Games. McCarthy played for the Warriors from 1996-2000, from squirt minors, to peewee majors. .  [More]

Vote Pinho & Fitzgerald for Hobey Baker
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Thursday February 8th - Brian Pinho & Casey Fitzgerald have been named 2018 Hobey Baker Award Nominees. The Hokey Baker Award is a highly regarded award annually awarded to the top NCAA men’s ice hockey player. .  [More]

Brian Pinho Named Hockey East Player of the Week
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Monday January 8th - Brian Pinho led his team to two victories last week on the strength of two goals and three assists. This was his first time being named Hockey East Player of the Week in his career. .  [More]

Mike Vecchione With Hot Return
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Thursday December, 28th - Mike Vecchione made his return to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms AHL team Wednesday evening. He came back from his injury flying, scoring in the opening period to give his team a 2-0 lead. Vecchione was with the Warriors as a Peewee back in 2004-05. .  [More]

Brian Pinho Heating things up for Providence
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Friday December, 5th - Brian Pinho brings the heat for Providence College. The former Jr. Warrior is tied for third on the team with 14 points (4 goals, 10 assists) and is one of the top two-way performers in Hockey East. Pinho was with the Warriors from squirt minors until U18 Midgets .  [More]

Eric MacAdams Scores First Career Goal
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Friday November, 17th - Eric MacAdams scored in last Friday’s 3-2 loss to BC. It was the first career goal for freshman Eric MacAdams, and gave the Wildcats a 2-1 lead at 7:30 of the second period. MacAdams played with the Jr. Warriors from age 11 to age 17. .  [More]

Ben Mirageas Named Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week
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Monday November, 6th - Ben Mirageas earns Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week. The Newburyport native totaled three goals and two assists in a home-and-home series with UMass, including three power-play strikes for the Friars. Mirageas now leads the NCAA among all freshman defensemen in power-play goals (4) and game-winning goals (2). .  [More]

Max Prawdzik Earns Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week
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Monday November, 6th - Maz Prawdzik earns Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week award. The Andover Mass native made his first NCAA start on Saturday and stopped all 29 shots he faced from #8 New Hampshire to backbone the Terriers to a 4-0 victory. .  [More]

J.D. Dudek Helps BC Snap Losing Streak
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Friday November, 3rd - J.D. Dudek helps Boston College snap four-game losing streak with win over Merrimack. Dudek spent two seasons with the Warriors from 2008-2010. Dudek's goal was a sign of improvement for the Eagles as he was the only forward to score. .  [More]

Mike Vecchione Named AHL Rookie of the Month
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Wednesday November, 1st - Mike Vecchione is named AHL Rookie of the Month. The Saugus MA native is a center for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms after playing wing for the Philadelphia Flyers during training camp. Vecchione played for the Jr. Warriors back in 2004-05. .  [More]

Casey Fitzgerald to Captain Boston College
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Thursday October, 5th - Casey Fitzgerald is named Boston College's newest hockey captain. The junior defensemen spent a good portion of his youth hockey career with the Jr. Warriors. From peewees all the way through the U16 Tier 1 level, Fitzgerald sported the Jr. Warrior uniform from 2009 to 2013. .  [More]

Pinho Named Providence College Team Captain
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Monday September, 25th - Brian Pinho has become the 100th captain in Providence College program history. The senior forward is a North Andover, Massachusetts native and played as a valley junior warrior throughout most of his youth hockey career from squirt minors all the way until U18 midgets. .  [More]

Notable VJW Alumni Colin Blackwell makes AHL Debut
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Image Image August 29 - Colin Blackwell Former Valley Jr. Warrior standout Colin Blackwell never anticipated the magnitude of his hockey career. What started out as a simple love for the game, soon developed into major hockey opportunities.  [More]

Kulevich Scores OT Game Winner for Colgate!
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PRINCETON, N.J. – Jake Kulevich (Marblehead, Massachusetts) scored the game-winning goal 6:55 into the first overtime to give the Colgate men's ice hockey team a 3-2 win at Hobey Baker Rink and a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three first round series over the Princeton Tigers.

Mike Panowyk (Whitby, Ontario) carried the puck into the offensive zone and dropped off the puck for Jared Cockrell (Byfield, Massachusetts). Cockrell left the puck for Kulevich, who had a wide open lane to the net created by Cockrell and Panowyk to allow Kulevich to backhand home the puck past Princeton goaltender Colton Phinney. [Read More]

Kulevich '93 played his youth career with Warriors from 2004-2011
Pinho's 10th of Season Helps Friars Sweep UMASS
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Saturday March, 4th - Brian Pinho assisted on the goal and added another helper late in the goal for his 16th point in the last 12 games.  [More]

Friday March, 3rd - Brian Pinho notched his career-high 10th goal of the season at the 16:21 mark of the first period on assists from Josh Wilkins and Erik Foley. - With his goal in the first period, Pinho has notched at least one point in 10 of his last 11 games, a stretch where he has posted four goals and 10 assists.  [More]

Brendan Collier Tallies a Goal and 3 Assists Against UCONN
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Saturday March, 4th - Northeastern bolted out to a 1-0 advantage less than five minutes into the game on Collier's second of the weekend. Off a face-off in the attacking zone, Matt Filipe jockeyed for position in the dot, allowing Lincoln Griffin to poke the puck out to Collier at the left side. Collier quickly settled the puck before ripping a wrist shot short side for his fifth of the season.  [More]

Friday March, 3rd - Garret Cockerill gave the hosts a 1-0 lead with a power play goal midway through the opening frame before a Brendan Collier tally with 8:01 to go in the second period extended the Northeastern to two through 40 minutes of play. [More]

Vote Jake Kulevich for Hobey Baker Award

Vote Jake Kulevich (Colgate) for the Hobey Baker award. The Raiders' captain is on pace for a career year, accruing 14 points on three goals and 11 assists. Kulevich's 11 assists are tied for his career high while his 14 points are one shy of tying his career-high and his three goals are just two shy of tying his career-high. Kulevich is tied for the team lead with 14 points and his 11 assist are the most on the team, both of which are tied for ninth among defenseman in ECAC Hockey while his 40 blocks are 13th.

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Vote Colin White for Hobey Baker Award

Vote Colin White (Boston College) for the Hobey Baker award. Colin White just helped lead USA to a championship at the World Juniors in December as well. He scored seven goals in seven games and had eight points. The Ottawa Senators selected Colin White as the 21st overall in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft the fourth in selections after Thomas Chabot. The Patrice Bergeron comparable was rated the 39th best prospect in the Hockey News top 100 prospects under 21 issue.

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Vote Ryan Fitzgerald for Hobey Baker Award

Vote Ryan Fitzgerald (Boston College) for the Hobey Baker award. Ryan is a senior at BC and has amassed 20 points so far this 2016-17 season. The Boston Bruins draft pick looks to follow former teammate Johnny Gaudreau's steps in winning the Hobey Baker award. For his senior year, Fitzgerald was named an assistant captain of the Eagles, as he hopes to continue his torrid scoring pace and seeks to lead the team to that elusive yet attainable NCAA championship.

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Vote Mike Vecchione for Hobey Baker Award

Vote Mike Vecchione (Union) for the Hobey Baker award. Vecchione leads the team in scoring with 19 goals and 25 assists for 44 points in 26 games, and he played a significant role as a freshman on Union's NCAA Division 1 national championship team, when he had 14 goals and 20 assists for 34 points in 38 games.

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Vecchione (1993) played PeeWees for Jr. Warriors.

INDEX
Ben Mirageas Named to the U.S. roster for the 2018 World Junior Summer Showcase
Chris Kreider Heating Things Up for Team USA
Cory Schneider Coming Up Big for the Devils
Alum Bobo Carpenter Hockey East Champ
Alum Noah Hanifin '18 NHL All-Star
John McCarthy To Represent Team USA
Vote Pinho & Fitzgerald for Hobey Baker
Brian Pinho Named Hockey East Player of the Week
Mike Vecchione With Hot Return
Brian Pinho Heating things up for Providence
Eric MacAdams Scores First Career Goal
Ben Mirageas Named Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week
Max Prawdzik Earns Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week
J.D. Dudek Helps BC Snap Losing Streak
Mike Vecchione Named AHL Rookie of the Month
Casey Fitzgerald to Captain Boston College
Pinho Named Providence College Team Captain
Notable VJW Alumni Colin Blackwell makes AHL Debut
Kulevich Scores OT Game Winner for Colgate
Pinho's 10th of Season Helps Friars Sweep UMASS
Brendan Collier Tallies a Goal and 3 Assists in Quaterfinals
Vote Jake Kulevich for Hobey Baker Award
Vote Colin White for Hobey Baker Award
Vote Ryan Fitzgerald for Hobey Baker Award
Vote Mike Vecchione for Hobey Baker Award
Bobo Carpenter Posts Two Goals and Assist for Terriers
Vecchione Earns ECAC Weekly Award
VJW Alumni Casey Fitzgerald Drafted by Buffalo Sabres