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Second Straight Shutout Win For U17 Jr. Shamrocks

Jr. Shamrocks goalie Pearl Donaldson shut the door on the Colorado Selects to give the U17 Jr. Shamrocks their second straight Lady Ducks Fall Classic... Read More »

U17 Jr. Shamrocks Win West Coast Opener

Brittany Lyndon, assisted by Rose Mroczka, scored the Jr. Shamrocks first goal of the Lady Ducks Fall Classic being played in Lakewood, California to give... Read More »

U17 Jr. Shamrocks Are California Bound

The U17 Jr. Shamrocks JWHL team will be flying into Long Beach, California on Thursday to compete in the Annual Lady Ducks Fall Classic. The... Read More »

U19 Jr. Shamrocks Win Preseason Storm Hockey Tournament Championship

    The Boston. Jr. Shamrocks U19 half season team opened up the 2014 campaign with an offensive explosion at the Cape Cod Storm Preseason Tournament.... Read More »

2014-15 Jr. Shamrocks Practice and NEGHL Game Schedules Released

The first half of the New England Girls Hockey League (NEGHL) game schedules and practice schedules for all NEGHL Boston Jr. Shamrocks Teams have been... Read More »

Castonguay Takes Part In Second USA Hockey National Camp

Kia Castonguay welcomes hockey coaches to put her game under a microscope. That is especially true when this happens at a USA Hockey Select Festival camp,... Read More »

 

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Second Straight Shutout Win For U17 Jr. Shamrocks

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Jr. Shamrocks goalie Pearl Donaldson shut the door on the Colorado Selects to give the U17 Jr. Shamrocks their second straight Lady Ducks Fall Classic shutout win. Hanna Joralman scored 5 points, including a hat trick and two assists, to lead all scorers. Halie McKay, Kelly Golini and Samatha Valcourt all notched goals of their own in the Jr. Shamrocks 6-0 win over Colorado.

The Jr. Shamrocks next tournament game is later today at 7:05 pm PDT against the California Wave.

 

U17 Jr. Shamrocks Win West Coast Opener

Friday, September 26, 2014

Brittany Lyndon, assisted by Rose Mroczka, scored the Jr. Shamrocks first goal of the Lady Ducks Fall Classic being played in Lakewood, California to give them a 1-0 lead after the opening stanza. The Jr. Shamrocks went on to score 3 more unanswered goals for the 4-0 final win over the Anaheim Lady Ducks. The Jr. Shamrocks scorers were DeLaney Guimont (1-1-2), Taylor Dion (0-2-2), Kelly Golini (1-0-1), Hanna Joralman (1-0-1), Lyndon (1-0-1), Kylee Babcock (0-1-1), and Mroczka (0-1-1). Jr. Shamrocks goalie Kia Castonguay stopped all shots to come away with the shutout win.

The U17 Jr. Shamrocks second tournament game is an early Saturday morning game against fellow JWHL member Colorado Selects.

 

U17 Jr. Shamrocks Are California Bound

Thursday, September 25, 2014

The U17 Jr. Shamrocks JWHL team will be flying into Long Beach, California on Thursday to compete in the Annual Lady Ducks Fall Classic. The tournament will be held from Friday, September 26 through Sunday, September 28, 2014 at The Rinks in Lakewood, California. The Jr. Shamrocks will play a minimum of 4 games with the possibility of a Tournament Championship Game on Sunday afternoon.

While in California the Jr. Shamrocks will face off against several west coast foes. The U17 Jr. Shamrocks opening game is Friday afternoon at 3:30 pm PDT against the host team, Anaheim Lady Ducks. Before returning to Boston the Jr. Shamrocks will also face off against the California Wave, San Jose Jr. Sharks and Colorado Selects.

 

U19 Jr. Shamrocks Win Preseason Storm Hockey Tournament Championship

Thursday, September 18, 2014

   

The Boston. Jr. Shamrocks U19 half season team opened up the 2014 campaign with an offensive explosion at the Cape Cod Storm Preseason Tournament. Led by Amanda Conway, the team posted 23 goals in four games and walked away with the tournament championship. The only loss of the weekend came in the first game against the Breakers. The Shamrocks fell behind early but climbed back into the game and lost by a narrow margin of 5-4. Everything came full circle though as the Shamrocks faced the Breakers again in the finals, and came away with a very convincing 7-3 victory.