This weekend 18U hosted the Reston Raiders and the Howard Huskies. On Saturday night, within the first three minutes, the Freeze put one into the back of the net. The boys kept the pressure on the Raiders throughout the game to win, 4-1. On Sunday afternoon, they faced the Howard Huskies, a worthy opponent. The Huskies scored in the first, but the Freeze held it 1-0 until the third with three unanswered goals to seal the deal with a 3-1 win.
The 16U team hosted Southern Maryland on Sunday. After a scoreless first period, the Freeze scored first early in the second. Southern Maryland tied less than 5 minutes later, then again to lead 2-1 after two periods. The Freeze tied it up late in the third, but Southern Maryland answered with 58 seconds left in the game to claim the win.
After many weekends on the road, the Freeze 14U UA team was glad to finally have two games at home this weekend. On Saturday, the Freeze faced the Southern Maryland Sabres and on Sunday, Capitals Academy paid us a visit. Unfortunately, neither game went the way of the Freeze, and we fell to each of our opponents, 9-1 and 6-1, respectively.
The Freeze will be in EJEPL action next Sunday, with two games at Skate Frederick versus the Mid-State Mustangs from Altoona, PA.
The boys of Bantam LA kicked off the weekend with some tricks & treats-ahead of Halloween . Friday was an evening of team shenanigans where copious amounts of sugar were consumed by all. Saturday evening, the boys hit the road to face off against Hagerstown. The team fired up the tempo & shots on goal, dominating the Bulldogs in the first period. After a lucky bounce, the Bulldogs led 1-0. Shortly after, Freeze answered with a stealthy goal to tie it up. Towards the end of the second period, their opponent starting to quickly catch up with the shots. Despite tieing up the shots on goal, the Freeze lost 4-1.
Sunday, the boys welcomed the Capital City Vipers to Frederick for a friendly non-league game. The Freeze found their groove quickly, affording many teammates with goal scoring opportunities. A total of 55 shots on goal were exactly what the boys needed to secure the win 10-3.
Next week, the boys will have their first league games of the season. Best of luck to the boys!
Friday, the 10U AA team took a road trip to the Philadelphia area for their first EJEPL Diamond Showcase. Friday, the Freeze played the Red Bank Generals and took home a 8-4 win. Saturday brought a rematch against the Hampton Roads Warriors and another Freeze victory. Defeating the Warriors 6-4. An early Sunday morning game brought in the Charlotte Jr. Checkers and a 7-3 win for the Freeze. Special recognition goes to #87 Reagan Riley for securing a hat trick! Sunday afternoon, the Freeze played their toughest, most competitive game of the weekend against the Westchester Express. The Freeze fought to very end, but could never gain control of the game and suffered a 3-0 loss. Come Sunday evening, the Freeze had gone 3-1 and sat atop the Herb Brooks Conference with 25 points.
The wins over Red Bank, Hampton Roads, and Charlotte bring further proof Coach Dave Soifer and staff, are bringing out the best and motivating the kids to aspire to better team hockey and individual skill development.
The Freeze had two road games this weekend. On Saturday, they traveled to Harrisburg to play a fast and skilled Capital City Vipers team. Despite getting into an early hole, the team played hard in the second half of the game, but ended with a tough loss.
On Sunday, they played in Hagerstown. The Freeze traded goals with the Bulldogs, but couldn't hold on. The Bulldogs pulled away with a 5-2 win.
Next Sunday the Freeze host Hagerstown in a rematch in their first CBHL league game of the season.
On Saturday, the Mite UA team traveled to The St. James Complex for a rematch against the STJ Blue team. The Freeze were looking to avenge an earlier loss and they jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead. Their opponent battled back with 4 unanswered goals, and the Freeze fell 4-2.
On Sunday, the team faced the Bowie Bruins for the first time this season. Powered by a strong offensive effort and backed by outstanding defense and goaltending, the team came away with a 16-3 victory. Nicholas Chung, Sebastian Northup and Brendan Waters netted hat tricks for the Freeze.
The team is on the road to Hershey this weekend to participate in the Halloween Howl Tournament.
The Freeze Mite B team participated in a mini-jamboree at Ion against a very well matched Loudoun, Potomac and Hagerstown: First up was Loudoun and solid teamwork made for a very exciting game and 1-1 tie; Second game was Potomac and they got off to a fast start, but a hat trick by Peyton Greenup led the way for the Freeze to come from behind and finish with a 4-4 tie; Hagerstown was last and goals were traded back and forth. Scoring from five different players helped the Freeze win 6-5!
Sunday was a home game against a developing Reston program that played hard, but it was all Freeze from start to finish. Seamus Ball made some great saves on his way to a shutout, and for the second time this season, every skater found the back of the net at least once with hat tricks by Abe Camden, Cameron Johnson, Cassidy Bresnei and Garrett MacLachlan...final score 21-0!
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