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Shamrocks' Alumnae Maccario and Lissner Named Hockey East Interns

WAKEFIELD, Mass. – On September 10th the Hockey East Association announced Shamrocks alumnae Emily Lissner (Woburn, Mass./College of the Holy Cross) and Marisa Maccario (Marblehead, Mass./UConn) have been named graduate... Read More »

Building Something Special in Beantown

With launch of U14 team, Boston Shamrocks now offer complete development program for girl hockey players. By Steffan Waters USA Junior Hockey Magazine If you've looked at what... Read More »

Junior Women's Hockey League Adds 3 New U16 Teams for 2018-19 Season

STOWE, Vermont – The Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL) has approved 3 new teams for the 2018-2019 season in the U16 Division, which will mark... Read More »

U19 Jr. Shamrocks Goalie Marina Mirabella Named Proctor Academy MVP

ANDOVER, N.H. - During Friday's school assembly, Proctor Academy announced its 2017-18 Winter Athletic Awards. U19 State Champions Boston Jr. Shamrocks goalie Marina Mirabella '19 (Lynnfield, Mass.) was... Read More »

U19 Shamrocks Repeat As State Champs.... Advance To Nationals April 5-9 At NESC

By Greg Bates Red Line Editorial The Shamrocks finished 17-0 and captured [the 19U Massachusetts State Championship] at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough, Massachusetts, November... Read More »

 

Limited U14 NEGHL Team Openings

There are limited spots available on the Boston Jr. Shamrocks U14 team.  The team plays in the New England Girls Hockey League (NEGHL).  If interested contact Bob Rotondo at 781-838-0352 or email him at Bob@BostonShamrocks.net.


    

Boston Jr. Shamrocks Girls Hockey

The Boston Shamrocks girls' teams play in the New England Girls Hockey League (NEGHL) and/or the Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL). The Jr. Shamrocks girls' youth and half-season teams hold open tryouts in late March or early April prior to each season.  The U16 & U19 Full Season JWHL teams require the submission of a Prospective Student-Athlete Questionnaire.

The Boston Shamrocks Organization

The Boston Shamrocks Ice Hockey Organization includes several different programs of varying skill levels and playing abilities. The Boston Shamrocks hockey family currently consists of:

Elite U19 Women's Hockey Team

The Boston Shamrocks Elite U19 Women's Hockey Team is a Full Season USA Hockey registered U19/Canadian Intermediate AA team and plays in the Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL) on college campuses against some of the best teams in North America. The Elite U19 Women's Hockey Team also plays in some of the top tournaments in the United States and Canada guaranteeing outstanding competition and maximum exposure to college and National team coaches. The Boston Shamrocks provide campus housing, with on-site supervision by two live-in assistant coaches, to out of town players or those looking for an academy experience.

The Boston Shamrocks Elite U19 Women's Hockey Team has a consistent schedule of late afternoon practices, four days a week on weeks with games, and six days a week when there are not any games. Along with the on ice practices, the team also utilizes classroom and video sessions to ensure a thorough understanding of positional and team tactics and the development of the "complete player." All home games and practices are held at Ristuccia Arena, the former NHL Boston Bruins' Practice and Training facility in Wilmington, Massachusetts. 

Girls Youth Hockey Program

The Boston Shamrocks Girls Youth Hockey Program is a direct development program for the Boston Shamrocks Elite Women's Team and holds open tryouts in late March or early April prior to each season. The Girls Program consist of multiple Full and Half Season teams competing from the U10 through U19 levels. The Girls Teams are USA Hockey Registered and compete in the New England Girls Hockey League (NEGHL) and/or the JWHL. The NEGHL is USA Hockey Registered and plays its games pursuant to USA Hockey rules.

The Boston Shamrocks Girls Youth Hockey Program is based out of the former Boston Bruins Practice and Training Facility, the Ristuccia Arena, in Wilmington, Massachusetts and offer an active practice schedule including: two set weekly prime-time practices; weekly shooting, stick handling & skating skills; off-ice Strength & Conditioning and goalie specific skills & training. 

Boys Youth Hockey Program

The Boston Shamrocks Boys Youth Hockey Program consist of National Bound eligible teams competing at the U14, U16 and U18 levels and holds open tryouts in late February or early March prior to each season.

The Boston Shamrocks Boys Teams are USA Hockey Registered and compete in the Premier Hockey League (PHL). The PHL is USA Hockey Registered and plays its games pursuant to USA Hockey rules. The Boston Shamrocks Boys Program is based out of the Allied Veterans Memorial Rink in Everett, Massachusetts. 

Boys Tier 1 AAA National Level Teams

The Boston Shamrocks Boys Tier 1 AAA National Level Teams provide 75+ practices, 60+ games, professional coaches, and weekly strength and conditioning sessions.

The Boston Shamrocks Boys Tier 1 AAA National Level Teams take part in numerous highly scouted showcases and tournaments across the country. The team will travel to all events via the Boston Shamrocks state of the art coach bus. All travel and meal expenses will be covered by the team. Players will be provided all necessary accommodations to maintain their academic standing while away from school. 

Sled Hockey Program

The Boston Shamrocks Sled Hockey Program is a totally free program based out of the Allied Memorial Veterans Rink at 65 Elm Street in Everett, Massachusetts. The Boston Shamrocks Sled Hockey program is for both the experienced and novice sled hockey player. The Boston Shamrocks Sled Hockey Team plays in the Northeast Sled Hockey League (NESHL). The Boston Shamrocks also hold free sled hockey sessions for those who would like to put their disabilities on ice, grab a sled and a couple of sticks and experience sled hockey for either their first time or their hundredth time. Parents, kids, teenagers and their family members with and without disabilities are also welcome to try out sled hockey for free!