What: A fundraiser for the Mt. Ararat Middle School Jr. Eagles Hockey team to help support ice time and uniforms, and a celebration of the hard work and dedication by the Midcoast Community Ice Volunteers.
Where: Adjacent to the Seacoast United Dome – 20 Atwood Rd. Topsham, Maine – New outdoor rink – with Zamboni, heated locker room space
Who: Hockey players (all genders) who are 40+, like to compete, but don’t take themselves too seriously.
When: February 8th, 2020 1:00pm-5:30pm
More info here: https://sites.google.com/view/baldeagleshockey/home
Coming! Opening celebration for Midcoast Community Ice next Friday, January 24th from 5:30 - 8:30 at Seacoast United in Topsham.
Lots of game action this weekend featuring both U10 teams at the Ice Vault as well as the U12s at Watson.
More great photos here:
Welcome to Midcoast Learn To Play Hockey!
Please see the calendar on the right-hand side of this page for upcoming events. Also for new skaters and parents, please see the "New Players / FAQs" section on the menu bar for more info about the LTPH program, equipment requirements, and more. If you have any other questions, please contact our Director of Development, Sebastien Leclerc.
From the February 11th edition of the Brunswick Times Record
State Tournament, March 1-3, host Biddeford. Top eight teams will qualify.
State Tournament, February 22-24, host MCSA (Camden/Rockport). Top eight teams will qualify.
Winners of the T3 state tournaments will be invited to regional (New England) tournaments. Dates and locations of these are as yet unknown. They follow the same eight team format as our state tournaments and are played between Friday evening and late Sunday afternoon. One of our tier 3 teams went in the 2016-2017 season and their season was effectively extended until March 26th. We did schedule additional practices and scrimmages in the month between the Maine and New England Tournaments.
We expect Tier 3 players to be available for state tournaments. However, because of the uncertainty related to New England tournaments both in terms of timing and qualification we appreciate the fact that many families make travel plans that require significant familial resources and early planning.