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NY RANGERS ROOKIE LEAGUE - GET YOUR SPOT NOW

Don’t miss your shot on a New league for new players!
 
ONLY $250 for 12 WEEKS. 
 
The Rookie League is a new program designed to further instill the fun and excitement of playing hockey by bringing in a little friendly competition to the skills that your child has already developed from Learn to Play.
 
Once a week, for 12 weeks, your child will continue to learn hockey basics and further their enjoyment of the game as they meet new teammates and play against other beginners their age.  At the end of the season, we will celebrate everyone’s accomplishments by hosting a Junior Rangers Jamboree for all of the players in the league.
 
The League Is October 14- December 30.
 
SPECIAL DISCOUNT - SIGN UP FOR THIS PROGRAM AND RECEIVE DISCOUNTS ON OTHER SONO PROGRAMS (SoNo Mite and Squirt Development, SoNo House League, Little and Future Riders). For more information Please contact SoNo Ice House at 203-956-0255 and ask for John.
 
We hope you’ll join us on the ice again this season. Season 1 of the Rookie League starts soon. Register to participate at Sono Ice House.
 

by posted 09/19/2017
CTRR ATHLETIC EDGE OFF ICE TRAINING SCHEDULE
Here's what we have beginning next week, Monday September 18 through October 19.

 
Monday 
 
5:45 - 6:15pm - 2009 AAA
 
Tuesday 
 
5:00 - 5:30pm - 2008 + 2007
 
6:15 - 6:45pm - 2010 + 2009
 
6:45 - 7:15 - 2006 + 2005
 
Thursday
 
7 - 7:30 - 2004 + 2003
 
Schedule will change once Vets Park Opens.

by posted 09/13/2017
Top Performers: Week 2 of the 2017-18 Tier 3 Junior Hockey

 

Cullen Kane - CT RoughRiders EHL in his first season playing at the Tier 3 Junior Hockey Level, Forward Cullen Kane registered the first (and only to date) natural hat trick of the 2017-18 season.  The New York native currently ranks 3rd (tie) among all Tier 3 skaters in Goals Scored and Top 25 in points (tie).

by posted 09/11/2017
CTRoughRiders: Talent signed for 2017-18 from all over the world

The Connecticut RoughRiders EHL  have added a great deal of talent to their team, both at the goalie and forward positions as they gear up for the rapidly approaching season.

By Brian Lester for USA Junior Hockey Magazine

Two new goalies and six forwards are among the newcomers for 2017-18.

The group includes goalie Jeremy Thelven, a native of Sweden whose father (Michael) played for the Boston Bruins in the 1980s. Thelven has been attracting a lot of college interest and will be familiar with at least one of his teammates. Fellow newcomer Andrew Ray played with Thelven at North Yarmouth Academy in Maine.

The RoughRiders also welcome in goalie Ryan Bonnvie from the Tilton School, of New Hampshire. Like Thelven, he’s generating a lot of interest from colleges and will have an opportunity to play a key role on the defense.

The forward position has been solidified as well, especially with the addition of Ray, who is one of two 1997-born players on the roster.

Like Thelven, Adam Sandberg-Nilsson also hails from Sweden. Blake Halfpenny comes to the RoughRiders after playing for the Spokane Braves of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League last season.

Cullen Kane, the cousin of Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane, is taking his talents to Connecticut. He played for the Fort Erie Meteors last year.

The other forwards are Tommy Schwartz and Mitchell Parsons. Parsons played for the North Iowa Bulls of the NA3HL. Schwartz is a product of the RoughRiders’ program (and the Oilers, as the RoughRiders were previously known). He has attended the program’s summer hockey schools.

RoughRiders head coach Eric Lind is thrilled about the additions to the team. He can’t wait to see how things work out for them in their first season with the RoughRiders.

“I’m real excited about this team,” Lind said, about a week before the start of camp. “The players we added have great character. I have a feeling this could be one of our better teams we’ve had here.”

The Connecticut RoughRiders have a very unique training and development program that focuses on Periodization, splitting the halves of the season into two specific phases of preparation, competition and rest.

For more information about Periodization and the Connecticut RoughRiders program, go online to www.ct-roughriders.com or call Eric Lind at 888-326-7989.

RoughRiders players play in between 50-70 games per season. This includes games at four well-scouted Eastern Hockey League showcases and in the EHL playoffs.

 


by posted 09/11/2017
Billets Needed for EHL Team

With the recent signing of several out of state players to our EHL CT RoughRiders Junior Team we are looking for additional billet families to house our EHL players for the upcoming 2017-18 season.

If you can billet or know of someone interested please let us know!

Thank you!!

Please email Nancy James our Billet/Housing Coordinator  

 nancy@ctroughriders.com


by posted 07/22/2017
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