Team Select Gladiator Hockey  

New England Little Stars

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Returning to Skate 3 in 2015-2016

TEAM SELECT GLADIATOR HOCKEY  

partnered with NEW ENGLAND LITTLE STARS

AGES 6-10 and Ages 11-14

SKATE 3 

TYNGSBORO, MA

 We’re proud of our track history of success as it relates to player development. Our focus on skills, agility and more skills is an “old school” approach that’s been lost over the years.

An important part of our philosophy in the continued development of this exciting proven initiative is that we believe everyone who wants to play should have a chance to play competitively at an affordable rate.  Booking fast for 2015-2016.  First Come - First Serve Basis.

It's important to experience this journey, this dream.  To accomplish this goal our mission is to provide each player an opportunity to improve themselves on and off the ice with some of the best coaches in New England brought to you by Westford native George Husson. 
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Over 50 hours ice time
  • 2 skills practices weekly
  • 1 scrimmage weekly
​Added Bonus! Practices & Jamborees with the New England Stars Youth Hockey Program
Cost $1095.00

​Bio:  In 1988 George Husson former Lawrence Academy standout capped an impressive career by being recognized as the first male athlete in over a decade to earn All-Conference Honors in soccer, lacrosse and hockey.  Athletic Director Charlie Corey who coached George in all three sports, "Simply stated, he is the best athlete I've coached during my decade here."  In addition to receiving MVP honors in the Lawrenece Academy/Groton School winter hockey tournament, Husson was subsequently selected to the Independent Prep Private All Scholastic hockey team 1987-88.  Other selectees would include Jeremy Roenick Chicago Blackhawks, Tony Amonte New York Rangers and former line mate Steve Heinze Boston Bruins.

George would go on to play at Lake Forest College an Independent Division 1 program in Illinois members of the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association.  George was instrumental in leading Lake Forest to the 1990-91 NCAA Tournament and was also selected team captain 1991-92.  To this day George still holds the schools' point record by registering 7 points in a single game.

In 1992 George was invited to attend the training camp of the Raleigh Ice Caps former New Jersey Devils affiliate.  He would decline the invitation to pursue other endeavors.
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Phone:  603-548-0729
SCHEDULE
THURSDAYS: 5:10 - 6:00       SUNDAYS: 3:40 - 4:40
First Session: Thursday Oct 1, 2015