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NA3HL Announces Movember Campaign Mid-States Preseason Top 10 Preview CBC Wins 20th Annual Top Hat Classic USA Hockey’s “Try Hockey Free For A Day” St. Charles Chill Lindenwood University Sports Hall of Fame Tournament Calendar

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NAHL (www.nahl.com) - October 25, 2013 The start of moustache season is here and the North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL) and the Movember campaign is calling on all men and women to “Shave the Date: Movember 1.” Movember participants like those in the NA3HL are hosting local events across the US on Movember 1 to kick off the moustache movement to change the face of men’s health. This year, the North American 3 Hockey League (NAHL) along with their partners in the NAHL, have announced that for the second straight season, it will be a part of Movember with their own campaign involving all the teams and the almost 500 players in the league. The NA3HL Movember campaign is all about bringing back the moustache, having fun and doing it for a serious cause; men’s health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer initiatives. Here is how it works… as the official rules of Movember state, all Mo Bros (the NA3HL players), once registered, must begin cleanshaven on the 1st of Movember and grow just a moustache (no beards, no goatees) for the 30 days of November. For the rest of the month, these selfless and generous men groom, trim and wax their way into the annals of fine moustachery. Also supported by the women in their lives, Mo Sistas, the

NA3HL and their Movember Mo Bros raise funds for awareness for their Mo-growing efforts. Mo Bros effectively become walking, talking billboards for the 30 days of November. By joining one of the NA3HL teams, fans will automatically be a part of the their team’s NA3HL Network page which is a great way to connect with the other teams and individuals and keep up to date with the other Movember Moustache merchants. Fans are also encouraged to tweet pictures of their Mo’s (mustaches) to @NA3HL Participation is really simple - men and women register at Movember to grow or support the Mo. Once registered, Movember participants recruit friends, family and colleagues to donate to their Mo- growing efforts. In 2012, Movember US saw more than 209,000 Americans growing and supporting the Mo, raising $21 million for men’s health to combat prostate and testicular cancer. Donations to your favorite team will accumulate under each teams account. Although Mo Bros don’t begin to grow until Movember 1st, October is the most important time for Mo Bros and Mo Sistas to register. To follow/donate to your favorite team, go to http://us.movember.com/donate.

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Mid-States Preseason Top 10 Preview by Reggie Dunlop - ‘Hockey Stop’ Correspondent’

It was St Louis University High’s first Mid-States title in 41 years but first year coach Kevin Fitzpatrick is still smiling with a solid nucleus in place. The Junior Bills finished 24-4 a year ago and leading scorer Chase Berger moved on. But rock solid goaltending returns in senior Brenden Haselhorst and sophomore Joe Warnecke, the hero of last years improbable playoff run to the championship, to back up a rebuilt but experience defensive corps. Haselhorst was injured late in the season a year ago but returns to claim his top spot in the nets. Warnecke will split time with the senior after playing so well in the playoffs a year ago. Defensively SLUH is led by seniors Stan Pawlow and Jack Kinzel with sophomores Andrew Ott, Stephen Lockwood, and Tommy Epenschied all gaining valuable time on varsity a year ago as freshmen to bolster the defensive crew. Offensively SLUH will look to senior Christian Hoffmeister to pick up the scoring punch delivered by Berger a year ago. Hoffmeister scored 14 goals and added 15 assists a year ago and should receive ample support from fellow senior Liam Fitzgerald (8g, 8a), Patrick Pence, Cole Tarlas, John Potter and a promising group of newcomers from last year’s Junior Varsity championship team. While SLUH reloads CBC will again be waiting in the wings with a solid group of players returning looking to skate at Scottrade in the finals once again. Coach John Jost will look to rebuild a defense while returning almost a complete forward unit. Seniors Glenn Ryan (19g, 20a) and Joe Lupo (11g, 13a) headline the offensive attack with senior Mike Beckham (7g, 10a), junior Josh Bell and sophomores Andy McGlynn, Austin Rucschhoiff (18g, 10a), all capable goal scorers. McGlynn, with 25 goals and 26 assists became the first freshmen to lead the Cadets in scoring in its storied history on ice. On the backline, CBC seniors Mike Sieckhaus, Ryan Croghan, and Alex Clark are rock solid and the return of junior Drew Croghan from shoulder surgery in December should help bolster the Cadet defensive corps. In goal senior Joe Staeley is poised for a big year and coach Jost has all the weapons to make another title run. Oakville could play spoiler this year with a big group of seniors looking to reach the title game after a semifinal berth a year ago. Sniper Steve Farina (20g, 17a) leads the potent Oakville attack for coach Derek Stephens. The Tigers, 18-9 a year ago, also return slick skating seniors Lance French and Zach Mitchell (3g, 23a), while junior Charles Freshman (18g, 9a) is another weapon Stephens can count on. Senior netminder Blake Chapman appears solid between the pipes and defense remains the only question mark until the return of injured senior Cameron Dulle. Chaminade and DeSmet are similar teams this year as graduation wiped out their respective rosters but both return a solid nucleus to contend. Chaminade finished 17-6 a year ago and should improve that mark if they can replace leading scorers John and Toppie Hogan and

Trey Dodd, now playing junior hockey. Defensively the Red Devils are solid with Bradley Johnson, Adam Roeder, Jacob Debus, and Kenny Behlman, while up front Michael Parisot and Jake Caruthers headline a rebuilt offensive unit. DeSmet always seems to contend and a big reason again will be the return of center Charles Combs. Combs transferred from MICDS at mid-season and made an immediate impact for the Spartans offensively and he along with junior Jeff Makowski gives DeSmet a solid one-two punch. Spartan senior defender Brent Feltes heads up a rebuilt defensive unit in front of goalies Aaron Brickman and Conner Walsh. Lindbergh was also hit hard by graduation but should have enough in the tank to contend. Sophomore goalie Sam Stephens appears to be solid between the pipes and forwards Zane O’Brien, Adam Havener, and Sam Maddox supply the offensive firepower for coach Greg Anderson. Kirkwood comes in next in the preseason Top Ten with solid goaltending in Jacob Bopp and Matthew Eagon and a solid defense headed by junior Michael Davies, Connor Mitchell and senior Dustin Smith head up the offensive attack. Vianney could be a surprise this year with a deep returning roster that features rock solid defenders Chris Brown and Nolan Wuesthoff. Senior netminder Brendan Schuck appears headed for a stellar senior campaign for head coach Brian McGlynn and up front power forwards Nick Allgeyer and Josh Estes could be factors in the Golden Griffins return to prominence in Mid States. Rounding out the Hockey Stops preseason Top Ten are the Seckman Jaguars and Eureka Wildcats. Seckman forwards Jake Champaign and Frankie Melton are proven goal scorers while defenseman Brian Schumacher is a solid defender in front of goalie Brendan Berada.. Eureka has a senior netminder in Sam Boyer that could spell many a problem for other Mid States teams while forwards Ryan Edwards and Tommy Keuser provide ample scoring power. Teams on the outside looking in but could quickly move up the ladder to crack the top ten include Rockwood Summit, Francis Howell Central, Fort Zumwalt West, Lafayette, and Wentzville Timberland. So Lets Play Hockey

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CBC Wins 20th Annual Top Hat Classic by Reggie Dunlop - ‘Hockey Stop’ Correspondent’

Hockey is the perfect melding of team effort and individual performance. From the blueline to the slot, in the corners, and along the boards the game is won and lost. CBC forward Glen Ryan excels in these areas, and in the Top Hat Classic final, Ryan was at his best in those crucial spots on the rink. Held scoreless in the first four games of the tournament, Ryan emerged with a gritty performance scoring twice in CBC’s 5-4 win over Oakville in the 20th annual Top Hat Classic at the Webster Groves Arena. The tournament final was another tug-of-war between the two schools who met in last years Mid States semifinals where CBC won the two game set to advance to the finals at the Scottrade. With an edge in speed, CBC used it to pounce on turnovers and force Oakville to make quick, and sometimes bad decisions with the puck. The game winning goal came as a result of a neutral

ice turnover which CBC forward Andy McGlynn quickly turned into the game winning tally feeding linemate Austin Rucschhoff who in turn sent center Joey Lupo on his way to beat Oakville keeper Blake Chapman. It was Lupo’s second goal of the game to share high honors with Ryan as the two seniors stepped to the front of the class to lead the Cadets. “Great game and as always a hard

fought battle,’’ said Oakville coach Derek Stephens. “But too many odd man rushes, too many 2-on1’s. The score indicates we had way too many breakdowns in the neutral zone and our own end.” Stephens added following the heartbreaking defeat to his alma mater. Stephens was a 1998 CBC grad and former player under CBC coach John Jost. In the losing effort Oakville was paced by BLACK CONFERENCE ORANGE CONFERENCE senior Steve Farina with a pair of goals and sinBOW TIE DIVISION CANE DIVISION TUX DIVISION TAILS DIVISION gle tallies by senior Zach Lindbergh Kirkwood Lutheran South SLUH Mitchell and freshman Rockwood Summit Seckman Oakville Vianney Conner Lange. The Tigers led the game 3-2 late in (SCHEDULE – HOME TEAM IS LISTED FIRST) the second period when Ryan took matters in his Wednesday, Oct 2 Thursday, Oct 3 Tuesday, Oct 1 SLUH 7 – L.South 1 DeSmet 7 – Eureka 1 Kirkwood 7 - R.Summit 1 own hands. The senior Vianney 1 – Oakville 2 CBC 8 – Seckman 0 Chaminade 3 – Lindbergh 3 forward took a pass from CBC senior defenseman Wednesday, Oct 9 Thursday, Oct 10 Tuesday, Oct 8 Mike Sieckhaus and fired a Kirkwood 2 – CBC 3 L.South 1 – Eureka 3 Oakville 3 – SLUH 5 shot by Oakville netminder Vianney 0 – DeSmet 6 Chaminade 6 – R.Summit 3 Seckman 3 – Lindbergh 2 Chapman with 38 seconds to play in the 2nd periWednesday, Oct 16 Thursday, Oct 17 Tuesday, Oct 15 od to tie the score, and Lindbergh 4 – Kirkwood 2 R.Summit 8 – Seckman 8 SLUH 5 – DeSmet 1 then Ryan gave the Cadets Eureka 3 – Oakville 5 L.South 3 – Vianney 0 Chaminade 2 - CBC 6 another lead scoring on a rebound off of a Spencer Wednesday, Oct 23 (Consolation) Thursday, Oct 24 (Quarters) Tuesday, Oct 22 (Quarters) Sellenbach shot. CBC 11 – L.South 0 Seckman 0 – Eureka 4 SLUH 1 – Kirkwood 0 “Great to see Glen get DeSmet 3 – Chaminade 4 R.Summit 1 – Vianney 4 Lindbergh 3 – Oakville 6 a couple of goals on the scoresheet. He has been Wednesday, Oct. 30 (Championship) Monday, Oct 28 (Semi-finals) working very hard in pracCBC 5 – Chaminade 2 CBC 5 – Oakville 4 tice,” said CBC coach Jost. SLUH 1 – Oakville 5 “Glen sat out the semifinal

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game (a 5-2 win over Chaminade) but he had a lot of jump tonight.” Speaking of jump the Cadets started quickly in the championship game, scoring just 38 seconds into the contest as sophomore Andy McGlynn blasted a shot from the slot past a stunned Oakville netminder Chapman. For McGlynn it was his fifth of the preseason tournament after scoring the winning goal in the semi-final game over Chaminade. But the game see-sawed back and forth as the Tigers unleashed a never say die attitude and fought hard throughout the game. CBC dominated the shot totals outshooting the Tigers 36-19. But Oakville proved to be a worthy final participant after winning all four previous tournament games. “Great finish” said tournament director Dave Garth. “We’ve seen a lot of great hockey over the years in the Top Hat, and it’s great to see the coaches embrace the event” added Garth, the longtime Webster Groves coach who has headed the event since its inception in 1994 when Vianney upended DeSmet in the tourney’s first year. With the end of the Top Hat now begins the Mid-States hockey season. And so starts the quest for another MidStates championship banner at CBC. But Oakville and a handful of others will certainly have something to say about it, which was clearly evident throughout the Top Hat tournament this past month.

All games at Webster Groves Ice Arena Admission: Adults - $4 / Under 10 - $1

Saturday: Try Hockey For Free Day at Nearly 500 Locations by USAHockey.com – October 30, 2013

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Try Hockey For Free Day is set to take place Saturday (Nov. 2) as part of the third annual Come Play Hockey Month. Nearly 500 rinks spread across 48 states will welcome boys and girls, ages 4 to 9, to come to a local participating rink and try youth hockey free of charge. More than 10,000 kids took to the ice for the first time as part of USA Hockey’s Try Hockey For Free Day last November. A total of 454 rinks, representing 47 states, held

events. “Youth hockey has seen tremendous growth in recent years by introducing new kids to the game,” said Pat Kelleher, assistant executive director of development for USA Hockey. “Thanks to the support of the NHL and the outstanding work of local volunteers, thousands of families will enjoy their first youth hockey experience during Try Hockey For Free events on Saturday.” Equipment will be provided for children

attending Try Hockey For Free Day and no experience is required to participate. For those interested in registering for the event, full details and local participating ice rinks can be found at TryHockeyForFree.com. Notes: Try Hockey For Free Day is part of Come Play Hockey Month. Come Play Hockey Month is a component of the NHL’s Hockey is for Everyone™ (HIFE) program, which provides children of all backgrounds the opportunity to play hockey.

USA Hockey’s Try Hockey For Free Day, with the support of the National Hockey League and NHL member clubs, among others, is designed to provide youth hockey associations a national platform to introduce new kids to the sport. Total Hockey and Liberty Mutual Insurance Responsible Sports are the official sponsors of Try Hockey For Free Day ... Join the conversation on social media by using hashtag #TryHockey4Free


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Second Period Sends Chill To 6-1 Loss

2005-06 Roller Hockey Team Inducted Into Lindenwood Sports Hall of Fame ST.CHARLES, Mo. (October 24, 2013) The 200506 Lindenwood University roller hockey team was inducted into the Lindenwood Sports Hall of Fame at the annual Hall of Fame banquet October 18 in St. Charles, Mo. The team was one of seven new inductees honored for 2013. The 2005-06 Lions were one of the most dominant teams in roller hockey history. They compiled a 40-0-0 record and outscored their opponents 377-32 on the season, which culminated with a fifth straight National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (NCRHA) Championship. At that event, Lindenwood won all seven games it played by an average of 7.7 goals, ending with a 7-5 victory over Michigan State in the title contest. Two Lions were named to the NCRHA 2006 All-Tournament Team. Greg Thompson was honored with a first team selection while Travis Fudge earned a spot on the second team.

Head coach of the 2006 team, and current head coach Ron Beilsten remembered the championship squad after the Hall of Fame banquet. “The 2005-06 team was the true definition of Team. Every player contributed in some way to the success of the season,” he said. “I told them after the ceremony that as great as that championship was, I remember the journey of the entire season even more. It truly was my honor to coach this wonderful bunch of guys from all over the country!” Lindenwood roller hockey extended the streak of consecutive championships to seven straight in 2007 and 2008. The Lions also won the title in 2010 and are the reigning NCRHA champions for 2013. They began the 2013-14 season last weekend with three wins, scoring at least 10 goals in each game. For more information about Lindenwood roller hockey, please contact head coach Ron Beilsten or Student Life Sports Information Director Phil Vida.

2005-06 Lindenwood Roller Hockey Roster Forwards Defensemen Derek Tunison Warren, Mich. Brandon Marchand Chris Jorel St. Peters, Mo. Erick Cantrell George Collins St. Louis, Mo. Greg Thompson Jeff Hill St. Peters, Mo. Tommy Bruce Travis Fudge Springfield, Mo. Alex Syrigos Ian Mueller St. Clair, Mo. Steve Hewkin Tomasz Zukowski East Meadow, N.Y. Goaltenders Ryan Viamontes Boyton Beach, Fla. Head Brian Coleman St. Peters, Mo. Mike Brown Miller Place, N.Y. Greg Fuelner St. Louis, Mo.

St. Peters, Mo. St. Charles, Mo. Bayport, N.Y. Mount Sinai, N.Y St. Charles, Mo. St. Peters, Mo.

Coaches Coach: Ron Beilsten Assistant: JP Beilsten Assistant: Jeff Berger

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St. Charles Chill (www.stcharleschill.com) October 30, 2013 St. Charles, Mo. – The St. Charles Chill entered the second period with a 1-0 lead over the Missouri Mavericks but surrendered six-straight goals to their cross-state rivals, five in the second period, on their way to a 6-1 loss Wednesday night at The Family Arena. 
The game started well with St. Charles (1-3-1) controlling the action and lighting the lamp first on a goal from Kyle Kraemer after Anthony Perdicaro skated end-to-end to set up the one-timer from the top of the crease to give the Chill the lead at the 12:00 mark. 
The Mavericks (4-0-0), playing without two suspended players and in their fourthstraight road game to start the season, turned it on early in the second period when Joe-Scott Dickson evened the score less than two minutes into the second. Evan Vossen gave the Mavs the lead at the 6:20 mark before Eric Costanguay, Andrew Courtney, and Kyle Hood each scored in the final five

minutes of the period to put the game out of reach even for the Chill, who climbed out of a five-goal deficit last weekend. 
On a night that saw the St. Louis Cardinals succumb to the Boston Red Sox in the World Series, it was only fitting that Massachusetts native Obi Aduba, who was sporting a Red Sox cap prior to the game, finished off the scoring in the third period for Missouri to push the final score at The Family Arena to 6-1. 
The Chill is back on the ice in Quad City on Friday night before returning home Saturday for Military Appreciation Night at The Family Arena. Five dollar tickets are available for any active and retired member of the armed forces and their families by calling the Chill front office at 636.724.7468. Single-game tickets are available through MetroTix and at The Family Arena box office. For group ticket packages, sponsorships, and more information on the St. Charles Chill visit StCharlesChill.com or call (636) 724-SHOT (7468).

Military Appreciation Night This Saturday! This Saturday at 7:05 the Chill are having Military Appreciation Night at The Family Arena and would like to honor our American heroes by offering five dollar tickets to all past and present military men and women and their families. You can purchase your tickets at The Family Arena box office, and any company or organization can receive video recogni-

tion during the game by purchasing a block of tickets to donate to their favorite military organization by calling the Chill front office at 636.724.7468. The Chill take on the Wichita Thunder for the first time this season so come on out and support America’s true heroes on Saturday with the puck drop at 7:05 and get ready to Feel The Chill.


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Central States Developmental Hockey League

Standings as of 10/30/13 Midget Major TEAM GP W L T PTS GF GA Shattuck 9 5 3 1 11 38 30 Sabres 5 5 0 0 10 33 8 Affton 4 4 0 0 8 25 5 Falcons 4 4 0 0 8 19 5 Bruins 4 4 0 0 8 19 7 Chargers 7 2 4 1 5 17 26 Rockford 6 1 4 1 3 11 26 Hawks 2 1 1 0 2 6 6 Blues 5 0 4 1 1 12 29 Twin Bridges 2 0 2 0 0 2 12 Leafs 3 0 3 0 0 10 17 Chesterfield 5 0 5 0 0 9 30 Midget Minor TEAM GP W L T PTS GF GA Blues 7 7 0 0 14 34 11 Sabres 6 5 0 1 11 22 8 Affton 7 4 2 1 9 32 18 Hawks 5 4 1 0 8 28 10 Chesterfield 6 3 3 0 6 23 13 Falcons 4 2 1 1 5 11 6 Huskies 6 2 3 1 5 15 28 Cyclones 7 2 4 1 5 16 22 Chargers 7 2 5 0 4 13 30 Bruins 3 1 2 0 2 6 7 Twin Bridges 6 1 5 0 2 7 21 Leafs 8 0 7 1 1 13 46 Bantam Major TEAM GP W L T PTS GF GA Affton 7 7 0 0 14 41 12 Chesterfield 5 5 0 0 10 33 6 Falcons 3 3 0 0 6 18 1 Bruins 3 2 1 0 4 9 5 Cyclones 5 2 3 0 4 11 19 Sabres 8 2 6 0 4 21 41 Leafs 5 1 4 0 2 14 21 Indy 6 1 5 0 2 14 25 Huskies 4 0 4 0 0 1 32 Bantam Minor TEAM GP W L T PTS GF GA St. Jude 8 5 1 2 12 28 15 Blues 8 5 2 1 11 32 13 Winnetka 8 5 3 0 10 35 30 Chesterfield 3 3 0 0 6 15 7 Affton 9 2 6 1 5 10 21 Glenview 5 2 3 0 4 12 13 Leafs 5 2 3 0 4 9 14 Bruins 5 1 3 1 3 5 14 Falcons 6 1 4 1 3 11 21 Sabres 3 1 2 0 2 5 14 PeeWee Major TEAM GP W L T PTS GF GA Ice Dogs 8 6 2 0 12 32 17 St. Jude 8 4 3 1 9 16 15 Huskies 4 4 0 0 8 13 9 Chesterfield 6 4 2 0 8 27 14 Indy 7 4 3 0 8 26 12 Falcons 6 3 2 1 7 13 12 Affton 10 3 7 0 6 23 37 Blues 4 2 1 1 5 19 14 Winnetka 8 1 6 1 3 15 35 Bruins 3 1 2 0 2 11 8 Sabres 6 1 5 0 2 11 33 PeeWee Minor TEAM GP W L T PTS GF GA Falcons 7 7 0 0 14 36 11 Affton 6 5 0 1 11 31 5 Jets 7 4 1 2 10 25 20 Bruins 6 4 1 1 9 40 13 Twin Bridges 8 2 2 4 8 31 26 Chesterfield 7 3 3 1 7 33 18 Blues 8 2 4 2 6 12 20 St. Jude 6 1 3 2 4 17 28 Cyclones 7 1 4 2 4 11 18 Indy 11 0 9 2 2 14 82 Sabres 3 0 2 1 1 4 13 Squirts TEAM GP W L T PTS GF GA Falcons 7 6 1 0 12 41 6 Affton 10 5 3 2 12 33 41 Winnetka 9 5 3 1 11 34 29 Rockford 5 5 0 0 10 26 5 Chesterfield 9 4 4 1 9 35 30 Blues 7 3 3 1 7 21 22 Twin Bridges 5 2 1 2 6 16 12 Glenview 7 2 3 2 6 22 22 Huskies 8 2 4 2 6 16 23 Sabres 5 1 3 1 3 14 17 Ice Dogs 4 0 2 2 2 5 14 Indy 2 0 2 0 0 1 12 Bruins 6 0 6 0 0 8 39

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TOURNAMENT CALENDAR BIG BEAR TOURNAMENTS For all Big Bear Tournament information go to

MARCH 2014

3/7- 3/9 - Killer Bees in Grand Rapids, MI at Georgetown Arena. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V., Competitive Half Ice – 05 & 06: B, BB only

JANUARY 2014

1/17- 1/19- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Peewee, High School, Midget: AA, A, B, and House. 1/18- 1/20- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.

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3/14 – 3/16 - Luck of the Irish in St. Louis, MO at Hardee’s Iceplex & Lindenwood Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

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APRIL 2014

1/18- 1/20- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Mite, Squirt, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.

4/11 – 4/13 - Winged Warrior in St. Louis, MO at Hardee’s Iceplex. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

1/24- 1/26- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, GIRLS: AA, A, B, and House.

11/29 – 12/1 - The Firebird in Dallas, TX at Polar Ice Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA. NHL Tickets available – Stars Blackhawks

4/25 – 4/27 - The Thunderbird in Detroit, MI at Suburban Detroit Arenas. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

1/31- 2/2- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.

MAY 2014

FEBRUARY 2014

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11/29 – 12/1 - The Bear in Cleveland, OH at Mentor Civic Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A

11/29 – 12/1 - The Wild Turkey in St. Louis, MO at Hardee’s Iceplex & Lindenwood Arena. Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

DECEMBER 2013

12/6 – 12/8 - The FireBolt in Ann Arbor, MI at Arctic Coliseum & Yost Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget: B, A, AA. NHL Tickets available – Red Wings - Panthers

JANUARY 2014

1/17 – 1/20 - The Cross Roads in Chicago, IL at Darien Sportsplex. – (Saturday thru Monday - Local teams start Friday) – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget/H.S.: B, A, AA, plus Girls U12 & U14 1/18 – 1/20 - The Big Chill in Ann Arbor / Detroit, MI at Arctic Coliseum,Yost & Suburban Detroit Arenas. (Saturday thru Monday) Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA – NHL Tickets available Red Wings - Kings & Red Wings – St. Louis Blues 1/18 – 1/20 - The Brickyard in Indianapolis, IN at Carmel Ice Skatium & Arctic Zone. – (Saturday thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget. High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 1/17 – 1/20 - Smokey Mt. Shootout in Nashville, TN at Centennial Arena. – (Friday thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget/H.S.: A, AA – NHL Tickets available – Predators – Avalanche and Predators - Stars 1/18 – 1/20 - The Mountain King in Dallas, TX at Polar Ice Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 1/18 – 1/20 - The Avalanche in Grand Rapids, MI at Southside Arena. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA – Competitive Half Ice – 05 & 06

FEBRUARY 2014

2/15 – 2/17 - Gasoline Alley in Indianapolis, IN at Carmel Ice Skatium & Arctic Zone. – (Sat. thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 2/15 – 2/17 - The Gateway in St. Louis, MO at Hardee’s Iceplex and Lindenwood Arena. (Sat. thru Monday) – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 2/14 – 2/17 - The Palms in Tampa, FL at Ice Sports Forum & Ellenton. – (Friday thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget / HS: A, AA 2/15 – 2/17 - The Ursa Minor in Ann Arbor, MI at Arctic Coliseum & Yost. – (Sat. thru Monday) Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 2/15 – 2/17 - WJC Classic in Dallas, TX at Polar Ice Arena. – (Sat. thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 2/15 – 2/17 - Lincoln Memorial in Cleveland, OH at Mentor Civic Arena. – (Sat. thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A 2/28 – 3/1 - The Big Thaw in Ann Arbor, MI at Arctic Coliseum & Yost. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

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Look for your next issue of HOCKEY STOP – November 15, 2013 – Circulation to Missouri and Illinois rinks.

5/9 – 5/11 - The Ring of Fire in Ann Arbor, MI at Arctic Coliseum. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget/HS: B, A, AA 5/16 – 5/18 - The Dragon’s Lair in Chicago, IL at Darien Sportsplex. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 5/16 – 5/18 - The Last Dance in Detroit, MI at Suburban Detroit Arenas. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA plus Girls U12, U14, U16 & U19

ULTIMATE TOURNAMENTS For all Ultimate Tournament information go to

www.ultimatetournaments.net or contact John at 630.336.6160

NOVEMBER 2013

11/15- 11/17- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 11/22- 11/24- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 11/22- 11/24- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO Squirt, Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, House.

1/17- 1/19- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Peewee, High School, Midget: AA, A, B, and House.

2/14- 2/16- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 2/15- 2/17- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt: AA, A, B, and House.

MARCH 2014

3/14- 3/16- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, PW, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 3/14- 3/16- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Mite, Squirt, PW, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.

MAY 2014

5/2- 5/4- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Mite, Squirt, PW, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 5/23- 5/25- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Mite, Squirt, PW, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.


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