Freeze Weekly Update 10/10-10/11


18U UA

The 18U players had a strong showing at the Congressional Cup Fall Classic in Ashburn. The first game against the Caps Academy Red, resulted in a 5-3 win. Later that night, the Freeze tied the Caps Academy White, 2-2.

On Sunday morning the boys dominated the Piedmont Predators with a hat trick from #17 Jack Hersey, with a final score of 13-0. The two wins and tie placed the Freeze in the championship game against the Caps Academy White. With passing skills on point and our goalie’s A game, led the Freeze to claim the championship title with a 7-1 win!

16U LA

The 16U team played in the Congressional Cup Fall Classic this weekend. On Saturday the Freeze played the Loudoun Knights early in the day. The Freeze took an early lead of 2-0, but penalties got the best of them and they fell 6-2. In the evening, the team had a tough match against the Bowie Bruins. Unfortunately, the Freeze lost 3-2.

Sunday was a better day. The Freeze tied the Hagerstown Bulldogs 3-3 early in the day, and finished up with a commanding 5-1 win over the Tri-City Eagles. 


14U UA

The Freeze 14U UA team traveled down I-81 to play two games versus the Roanoke Jr. Rail Yard Dawgs.

In game one, the Freeze and Jr. Rail Yard Dawgs traded goals to end the first period tied 2-2. It was all Freeze after that with two goals in the second, and total team defense throughout the game to secure the 4-2 win. Coach McGee stated, "It was our most complete game of the season."

Continuing their play from game one, the Freeze dominated the first period of game two, leading 2-0 as the horn sounded. The Jr. Rail Yard Dawgs then scored the next four goals. However, the Freeze didn't give up, scoring two goals within 30 seconds early in the third period, but the Dawgs scored an even strength goal with 8 minutes left to hang onto the victory, 5-4.

14U LA

The LA team participated in their first tournament of the season, the MyHockey Congressional Cup. The boys kicked things off Saturday afternoon against Bowie. The Freeze wasted little time dominating the game in the offensive zone & racking up the shots on net. The boys won 4-1. They continued the momentum into their next game later that night against Ashburn. The boys came ready to play against their toughest competition yet. The Freeze hung right in there with their competitor up until the third period. Ultimately, Ashburn took the lead and won 7-2.

Sunday evening, the boys headed back down the road to take on Tri-City. Unfortunately, their opponent dominated most of the game, resulting in a loss. Early Monday morning, the Freeze faced their final opponent, Piedmont. Despite outshooting their opponent, the game ended in a tie 2-2. The boys ended the series with a tie for third place. Way to go Freeze!

14U B

This week’s update for 14U B is brought to you by the numbers 2 and 3! We played 2, count them 2, ah-ah-ah-mazing games and won both 3-0 against the Montgomery Blue Devils (Gold) and the Easton Ice Hawks. Put those numbers together and you get #23. This defenseman cannot be stopped, skating circles around the opposing team and adding an assist against the Ice Hawks that helped put his team on top!

Pee Wee

12U LA

Sunday, the Pee Wee team traveled to Bridgewater, NJ for back-to-back EJEPL games against the Rockets. The team played well together and scored a goal in the first and second period, with the Rockets scoring in the 3rd. The Freeze answered back with two goals, leading the team to a 4-1 victory.

The second game of the day was equally as exciting. The Rockets had an early lead in the first, and with 24.3 seconds left in the game, the Freeze tied it up. The game ended in a 1-1 tie.


10U AA

This weekend the 10U AA team traveled to Virginia Beach to take on the Hampton Roads Warriors in two EJEPL matchups.

Saturday, the Freeze brought the offense in a 9-2 win. Special recognition goes to Chase Elias for securing a play maker.

Early Sunday morning was the setting for a competitive rematch. The Freeze fell in a hard-fought overtime loss, 5-4.

Growing confidence, stamina, and overall improvement in all phases of the game is a testament to the Soifer led staff, and the grit these kids have. 

"The future looks so bright we gotta wear shades!"

10U LA

This weekend the LA team competed in the MYHockey Congressional Cup Fall Classic in Northern Virginia. The LA team won all four of their games, winning their division in the tournament. The Freeze played the Tri-City Eagles twice, defeating the Eagles 9-0 and 9-4. The LA team also played the Loudoun Knights twice, defeating the Knights 7-2 and 6-1.

There were strong performances from the goaltending, defense, and offense. Only allowing in 8 goals and scoring 30! Special recognition goes to Justin Smith with a shutout and Miles Gleason with a hat trick in game one, and Kellan McGuire with a hat trick in game three. It was a fun weekend and the team played great together. Go Freeze!


Mite UA

The UA team traveled to Columbia on Saturday to face the Howard Huskies. Howard jumped out to an early 1-0 lead, but Frederick answered back to even the score. In the second half, Howard struck again with two goals, but the Freeze battled back and came away with a 4-3 victory.

On Sunday, the team hosted the Reston Raiders at Skate Frederick. Excellent communication, passing and hustle allowed Frederick to jump out to an early lead, which they kept the entire game. Nicholas Chung, Sebastian Northup and Brendan Waters recorded hat tricks to help lead the team to a 13-5 win.

Mite B

The B Team went to Columbia on Saturday to take on the Howard Huskies. The Freeze fought hard as a team, with three different scorers to take an early 3-0 lead. The Freeze couldn't hold off the Huskies advance, and ultimately lost 7-3.

On Sunday, the Freeze hosted the Loudoun Knights for the third time this season. They split the first two games, and the Knights were able to hold advantage and took the third game, 11-5