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The PAL Jr Islanders 14U AAA Major team won the President’s Day Tournament at Tri Town Arena in Hooksett, NH. The team went undefeated, compiling an overall record of 5-0-1. The team was the #1 seed in their division, qualifying for the semi-final game vs NJ Hitmen. They defeated the Hitmen 5-0 to make it the championship game. In that game, they played the St. John’s Sea Dogs, who they had tied during the divisional games. The game was scoreless through regulation and went to overtime. In OT it was PAL’s Nicholas Bernardo scoring to give the team the 1-0 win and the tournament championship! PAL’s goaltender, Mattingly Siegel, had shutouts in the semi-final and championship games and was named MVP! Congratulations to the players and coaching staff on a great job!
The 12U AA PAL-Milner team won the MEHL PeeWee Major Gold Division Championship this weekend with two hard fought playoff overtime victories. The first was vs the Palisades Predators where the game was tied at 3 after regulation; and an overtime goal by Brian DeLumen sealed the victory. In the Championship game vs the Pelham Penguins, both teams battled to a 4-4 tie at the end of regulation. This game would require two overtime periods. Devyn Quinones broke the tie in the second overtime period to secure the Championship. Congratulations to all the players and coaching staff on a job well done.
The 12U AA PAL Sound Tigers won the tournament Championship at the Ocean State Classic in Rhode Island over President’s Day Weekend! Congratulations to the coaches and players on a great weekend of hockey!
Tuition for all Youth Players (U8/Mite through U14/Bantam) in our program includes Skills Sessions held throughout the season. This is additional ice time available to our players and they are held at The Rinx and at Northwell. See below for the times and locations for the various levels. Players may attend as many sessions as they like for their age group at any location. These sessions are also listed on each teams schedule page for your convenience.
EAST MEADOW, NY (February 25, 2017) – Northwell Health Ice Center and the New York Islanders announced today, along with Pride in Athletics for Life (P.A.L.) Hockey, a non-profit, amateur hockey organization, the five-year agreement extension. The organizations have worked together for the past four years, developing Long Island youth hockey participants from the beginner levels, up to the highest level midget hockey that has placed numerous players in college and junior programs around the country...SEE FULL INFO