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ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL EDGE SEASON !
Four EDGE teams will be competing in the LIAHL playoffs after finishing their seasons at the top of the league standings.
18 U Midget Major ... Ist place finish and NY State qualifier
Squirt AA .... 1st place LIAHL finish
Bantam AA...3rd place finish, just missed possible States
Bantam A ...4th place finish in a tough division
More that the won-lost records the season was packed with fun, excitement,friendship, and memories for all our players, Can't wait to get started on a new one !
EDGE GUYS IN COLLEGE-- WHETHE VARSITY/CLUB/FRATERNITY THE SAME SENSE OF TEMWORK/COMERADERIE/AND ENJOYMENT OF THE GAME CONTINUES...MORE PHOTOS TO COME...
RYAN HITCHCOCK AT MSG 1/10/15 Yale vs Harvard
Steve Catrone at Binghampton
Jack Schildkraut at Delaware
Graham Turk at Princeton
EDGE TEAMS EXCEL AT MLK TOURNAMENTS
EDGE EJEPL ALLSTARS MAKE A DIGFFERENCE - Andrew Frost wins HARDEST SHOT COMPETITION, Max Dworkin assists on winning goal in 2 OT's
SEE STORY BELOW
2004 TOURNAMENT WINNERS !
2002 TOURNAMENT WINNERS !
2001 TOURNAMENT WINNERS !
2003 SECOND PLACE FINISH !
Our 2005 Team went 2-1-1 and our 2000 Team fiished 2-2-1
at their respective tournaments.
GREAT JOB BY ALL !
12-13-14 U ALL-STAR JAMBOREE A GREAT SUCCESS
CLOSE GAMES HIGHLIGHT THE DAY
NORWALK, CT.... The EJEPL held their 1st annual All-Star Jamboree for 12-13-14 U at the SoNo Ice House on Martin Luther King Day. The Ct. Oilers hosted this great event at their new facility and did a great job as host. "Brian Wolcott and his staff did a great job attending to all the small details" stated Commissioner Henry Lazar. The rink was well staffed and all staff members did their jobs in a professional way. "In order for an event to be successful, the participants must get the feel of a special event with no pitfalls" added Lazar. Players were greeted at the door, entered their locker room with their jerseys hanging in their stalls and the games were run like clock work. Fast Hockey broadcast the games with special play by play announcer Joe Soccoa who calls the Apple Core MET games coming in for the day. The DVD's from the games can be purchased directly from FAST HOCKEY on their web site ---fasthockey.com. The refs, scorer, game day staff also excelled. All the players were announced individually and the games were (60) minute games with ice cuts, new for all the younger players.
In the 13 U game, Blue coached by Joe Lunny (Brewster) & Bill Choy (Hollydell) took a quick 1-0 lead on a goal by Ethan Behar (Brewster) with an assist going to Brandon LaSpina (Brewster). Blue made it 2-0 on a Lorenzo Marcolin (CP Dynamo) goal with Andrew McGinley assisting. White, Coached by Danny Kearns (Atlantic Aces) & Eric Baxter (RI Hitmen) came back with (2) goals of their own one by Jack Dean (RI Hitmen) ---assisted by Andrew Cohen (Atlantic) & the second by Ryan Falls (RI Hitmen) with helpers going to Eric Baxter (RI Hitmen) & Jacob Tivey (RI Hitmen). With the score 2-2 in the third period, Blue's Lorenzo Marcolin netted his second goal---this time unassisted to give the Blue a 3-2 lead. One minute later, Jack Dean (Hitmen) netted his second of the game to tie the game at 3-3. Eric Baxter & Jacob Tivey again assisted on a goal. With 5 minutes left and the score tied 3-3, White's Kevin Rigatti (Red Bank) scored with an assist going to Jack Monahan (Red Bank). Blue tied the score at 4-4 with 3 minutes left in the game on a goal by Brandon LaSpina (Brewster). The game went into OT and in the 2nd OT with 3 X 3 hockey being played, White's Kevin Rigatti scored the game winner to give White the big win. Max Dworkin (LI Edge) assisted on the game winner. The MVP's of the 13 U game were from Blue---------Brandon LaSpina (Brewster) & for the White team, Austin Sequiera (Goalie) (RI Hitmen) who stopped all kinds of Blue scoring chances to give his team a chance to win the game.
In the 12 U game, the White team coached by Alain Lemieux (Pittsburgh Selects) & Derek Barbour (Ct. Chiefs) overcame a 3-1 deficit to score (9) unanswered goals cruising to a 10-3 win. Blue, Coached by Yves Heroux (Red Bank Generals) got early goals from Owen Roberto (Monarchs), Jon Radatovich (Brewster) & Kevin McGuire (Monarchs) to go up 3-1. Then the White took over the game. Goals by Trever Demers (Ct. Chiefs), Tucker Lamb (Pitt Selects), "Little" Anthony Divita (GNY Stars), Jordan Nelson (Ct. Chiefs) (2 goals), Mitchell "Stretch" Nanny (Pitt Selects), Jeff Lumia (Ct. Chiefs), Tyler Gordon (Ct. Chiefs) Ethan Tamborski (Pitt Selects) & Dan Sambucco (Little Flyers) all scored for the White team. Matt Arena (Ct. Chiefs) had 2 assists and Tucker Lamb added (3) assists for white. MVP's for the 12 U game were from Blue----------Anthony Domina (Howard Huskies) and for White Jordan Nelson (Ct. Chiefs).
In the skills competition in the 13 U Joe Arlotta (Igloo Jags) & Andrew Frost (LI Edge) won the accuracy and Hardest shots. In the 12 U Tucker Lamb (Accuracy) & Dan Sambucco (Hardest Shot) were the winners. All winners will receive their prizes soon.
All in all, one of the best days of hockey for the Younger divisions. Thanks again to all who made the event a huge success.
EDGE PLAYERS LOOK GOOD AT NASSAU COLISEUM
Edge players Franks and Sargent wowed the crowd at Nassau Coliseum as they competed in Moe's skating challenge on Saturday, Dec.6.
Click here to watch what happened..:
A HAPPY BANTAM A TEAM....
The season is well underway and teams are settling in.
We have been to a few tournaments, the Coliseum for games and Mites on Ice opening night, and played in the new leagues in the area. We have been competitive at all levels and the kids are having fun. So far , so good.
While hockey and skill development is our main focus, we also like to give our players a sense of what it takes to overcome challenges and enable them to be successful - in sports, in academics, in life.
With that in mind, the EDGE and Port Washington Skating Center has committed to help out an individual who is overcoming challenges of his own.
Here's part of the story ....
On June 21, 2012 while conducting combat operations in Afghanistan, Gunnery Sargent Ralph DeQuebec ("Gunny") lost both his legs above the knee in an IED explosion. A former Los Angeles All City linebacker, shot putter and all around athlete, DeQuebec has continued to pursue his passion to train and compete while recovering from his wounds at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. With the unending support from his wife Katie, also a veteran, Gunny participated in numerous physical activities as part of his rehabilitation, wheelchair basketball, lacrosse, monosking just to name a few. In 2013, GySgt DeQuebec found his real passion - sled hockey! The sport is fast, physical and challenging - it checked all of Gunny's boxes, he was hooked. Gunny trains on the ice as often as he can, if ice time is available. Earlier this year GySgt DeQuebec was selected to the US National Development Sled Hockey Team, an incredible achievement considering he's only been playing sled hockey for one year. Gunny's goal is make the US National Sled Hockey Team and represent the USA as a Paralympian at the 2018 Paralympic Games in PyeongChang, Korea.
Marine Corps veteran Ralph DeQuebec leads the USA Warriors sled hockey team onto the ice for a game against the San Antonio Rampage, Sept. 18, 2014.
While some of the expenses associated with Sgt. DeQuebec's quest are taken care of, many training and equipment costs are not. Hopefully we can give him some help and enable him to reach his goals.
Donations can be made by check or cash - please make checks payable to the EDGE with notation "for Sgt. DeQuebec". Of course donations from outside the immediate EDGE family will be welcomed as well.
Port Washington Skating center will also donate the proceeds of our general skating session on Veteran's Day, Nov.11 to him. Come in and skate and bring your friends.....
WHY WE PASS THE PUCK
Take a look at this video ...
TIC -tac- toe
EDGE TEAMS TAKE HOME THE HARDWARE
EDGE 2002 and 2004 teams Champions at Philly Tournament...
WE ARE LOOKING FOR A COACH TO JOIN OUR ORGANIZATION. QUALITIES INCLUDE A GOOD UNDERSTANDING OF THE GAME AND GOOD SENSE OF PERSPECTIVE AND AWARENESS OF WHAT OUR GOALS ARE.
We have openings for one peewee (2002 birth ) and one peewee (2003 birth) to replace players who have moved to another state. If interested, email
EDGE VOLUNTEERS MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE
PLAYERS FROM THE EDGE VOLUNTEERED A WEEK OF THEIR SUMMER TO HELP AT CAMP HORSEABILITY, A DAY CAMP FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS. THANKS -YOU GUYS WERE GREAT !
EDGE friendships continue>>>>
Hockey doesn't end at Midget. Edge alumni still friends and teammates afterwards ...and continue with their winning ways.
Edge Alumni - Winning the Midnight Adult League Summer Championship
Pantofel, Shildkraut, Kundrat, Levy, Meyer, Withers, Marchetti, Catrone, Gilligan - with Nick Catrone.
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EDGE U-18 TEAM SELECTED
The EDGE formed its 18 U team after a successful tryout.
The team has enjoyed many successful seasons together
and is looking forward to another one....
ONE SPOT OPEN FOR A QUALITY DEFENSEMAN
Contact Rob Kosina 516-754-0522
EDGE 2002 Team looking for 1 or 2 players
We have two spots open, preferably at Forward, will look at Defense as well
Edge Parents, players, and prospects,
Another season has ended, and just as quickly, another season is nearly beginning. In accordance with the rules of the Long Island League, tryouts have been moved up and will now take place even earlier than in past years. We expect competitive tryouts, so please stay in shape if your tryout is later in the schedule.
EDGE TEAMS 2014-15
(WE ANTICIPATE SPOTS WILL BE OPEN ON ALL TEAMS)
MITES (2006/07) – We will field 2 mite teams for next season, one Tier II (MAJOR) and one Tier III (MINOR). Teams will adhere to the USA Hockey ADM model.
SQUIRTS (2004/05) – We will field 2 squirt teams for next season, one Tier II (MAJOR) and one Tier III (MINOR).
PEE-WEES (2002/03) - We will field 2 pee-wee teams for next season, one Tier II Tournament Bound (MAJOR) and one Tier III non-tournament bound (MINOR).
BANTAMS (2000/01) - We will have two Bantam team, one at the Tier II Tournament Bound level (MAJOR) and one at the Tier III non-tournament bound level (MINOR).
MIDGET MINOR- 16U (1999/98) - We will have one Midget Minor team at the Tier II Tournament Bound level.
MIDGET MAJOR -18 U (1997/98) – We will have one Tier II Tournament bound Midget Major team.
The goals for our organization have remained the same. We have enjoyed great success on the ice – 3 of our teams competed in LIAHL playoffs, and our Midget 16 U team qualified for the NY State Tournament – the 5th team to go to states in the last 3 years. We also are aware that winning is not all consuming, and there are other values and considerations in determining the make-up of our club and the success of a season.
As an organization try to balance movement and accessibility for new skaters, (whether from our house league or outside organizations) with stability from the families who have been here for years. We expect our
players to show a level of involvement and commitment to training that matches the commitment they receive from the organization.
All of us - coaches, managers, administrators and parents must continue to keep in mind values and goals that go beyond hockey. These values include (among others) loyalty, self improvement, teamwork, dedication and self control – all factors in player selection and development.
Our practice ice is at Port Washington and Iceworks. Games are played at Port Washington (mite and squirts). Our older teams will play at Iceworks or Aviator (Peewee – Midget) Our program includes 2 weekly practices as well as additional power skating with Eric Nates and his staff whenever our schedule permits.
Cost for the season rises slightly as rink fees have increased. Anticipate a season fee of approximately $3195.00 per player. Jerseys and socks will cost $195.00. These fees include the fees for 2 tournaments per team (except 2007) and Nates skating. We have no fundraising obligations. Mite players will pay a lesser based on their cross ice schedule and adherence to ADM poloicies.
If you have any questions or comments regarding tryouts or the forthcoming season, please feel free to contact me at the rink 516-484-6800 or email at
, or Charlie Giardino at
Good luck at tryouts!!