28 Jun

Congratulations Paul Krepelka on Winning the Stanley Cup!!

Congratulations to former AHC member Paul Krepelka on winning the Stanley Cup!!  Paul, an Arlington native, who played his college hockey at Princeton, achieved a significant milestone by winning the Stanley Cup as the Senior Vice-President of Hockey Operations with the Florida Panthers. His role as part of the Panther's management team contributed to their success in the NHL playoffs, culminating in the team's victory and the awarding of the prestigious Stanley Cup.

Following his youth hockey career at AHC, Paul went on to play high school hockey, then played at Princeton University,  Hampton Roads in the ECHL during the 1991-92 and 1992-93 seasons before earning his law degree from Suffolk University. He went on to a 20-year career as an agent -- including a period where he co-founded Orr Hockey Group -- before joining the Carolina Hurricanes where he served as Vice President of Hockey Operations from 2018-20.  From Carolina, Paul went on to the Panthers and winning the Stanley Cup!!!  Congratulations Paul!!

23 May

Congratulations to Former AHC Members on Making the USA Hockey Select Camps!

Congratulations to former AHC members and AHS players, Kurt Beck (Def., 2009), JP Messuri (For., 2008), and Evan Jones (Def., 2007) on making the 2024 USA Hockey's Select Camps.  All three players competed this past weekend in their respective Massachusetts Hockey Festival, which were comprised of 40 of the best players in the state in their age groups.  From that festival, 17 players (including Beck), 15 players (including Messuri), and 15 players (including Jones), were selected to participate in the 2009, 2008, and 2007 Select Camps, respectively.  

The camps are held in Amherst NY in July and include some of the best players from across the country.  

12 Apr

Congratulations to AHC's Mite AAA Team on Winning the Valley League Championship!

AHC's Mite AAA team won the Valley League Championship 5-2 in a tight game over rival Belmont. Goalie Dylan Hurd led the way, allowing only 4 goals in 3 playoff games. Down 1-0, Caden Evans sparked the team with 2 goals in 1 shift. Reese Corsino sent the team to the championship with his game-winning goal in the semis and was key again with the game winning goal during the finals. Shane Keating led the team in playoff scoring with 6 goals. Anchoring a solid and stingy defense were Knox Paus, Ethan Rocchio, John Gilman and Keegan De Lisi. Forwards Bennett DeForest, Harry Macaluso, Major Matos, Elliot Olivere, Leo Murphy and Dylan Quinn all had strong playoff performances. The team finished the season 15-8-2, winning 8 of its last 9 games.

6 Apr

Congratulations to AHC's Mite A1 Team on Winning the Valley League Championship!!

AHC’s Mite A1 team won the Valley League Championship with a tight 4-3 win over Framingham. After an 8-2 win in the semifinals against Dedham, Arlington went into the finals full of energy. In net, Dante Marchesano fended off advances while Arlington netted 3 goals to make the score 3-0. Slowly, Framingham crept back into the play, one goal at a time until the score was 3-3. A game winning goal by Nathan Palmteer clinched the lead for Arlington and they held on as Framingham tried without success to tie the game again. Arlington ended the season with a record of 19-7-1, having a winning streak the last 10 games of the season.

6 Apr

Congratulations to AHC's U10 Girls on winning the MYCGL League Championship!!!

 AHC’s Girls U10 team won their MYCGL division championship game in a tense 1-0 game over Waltham. Cara Prior scored the lone goal in both the semi-finals and finals, and the swarming defense prevented Waltham from mounting much offense. When they did, Rebecca Sousa stoned them in net. The girls finished the season with a record of 20-7! 

Congratulations to Coach Rich Chu and all of the girls on the team – Teagan Allen, Ava Amico, Vivian Bourassa, Alexandra Chu, Ela Cokol, Lyla Del Canto, Sloane Haines, Kenzie Hyduk, Serena Li, Cara Prior, Colette Rigollet, Rebecca Sousa, Caroline Spencer, and Katie Zhang.

6 Apr

Congratulations to AHC's Peewee AAA Team on Winning the Valley League Championship!!

Congratulations to AHC Peewee AAA team on winning the 2023/2024 Valley League Championship!!  The team defeated S&S 3-2 in overtime in the Quarterfinal game, then defeated Reading 4-1 in the Semifinal game to make the Championship game against Westwood.

In the Championship game, AHC went ahead 1-0 in the second period, but Westwood quickly tied the game at 1-1, which was the score at the start of the third period.  In the third period Arlington scored two goals to win the Championship 3-1.  It was a great win for the team, who had finished second in the league during the regular season, and then capped the season with the playoff Championship!!!

18 Mar

Congratulations to AHC's Bantam AAA Team on Winning the State Championship!!!

Congratulations to AHC's Bantam AAA Team on winning the 2024 State Championship!  The team represented District 9 in the tournament, which was held at the New England Sports Center.  AHC competed against other teams from throughout Massachusetts, including Quincy, Haverhill, Falmouth, and Dorchester.  Arlington went 5 - 0 in the tournament, beating Quincy (10-1), Haverhill (9-1), and Dorchester (7-1) in round robin play.  In the semifinals, Arlington beat Dorchester again 6-0, and then defeated Tewksbury (2-0) in a hard fought game to win the Championship! 

22 Feb

AHC Concludes Outdoor Game Series

Last night AHC concluded its outdoor series of games at the Jack Kirrane Rink in Brookline. This was the first year we were able to procure a number of game sheets at the rink so members could experience playing outdoors. Because we had a limited number of available times for the entire club, we distributed those to the older teams first, then offered them to younger teams if an older team couldn't use their time.  

Last night the mites scrimmaged at 5:30PM and got to play for a longer time as the group coming in after them had cancelled and the rink let them play longer.  

The final game of the series pitted AHC against Wellesley in a friendly scrimmage, starting at 8:30PM. Both teams skated hard, got a lot of ice time, and overall had a great time playing!

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