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Parents, We will be observing a moment of silence before all of our home games this weekend as a show of sympathy and respect to this CT. Rough Riders player and his family in the wake of this terrible tragedy.
by posted 01/20/2018
NY Rangers Skills Clinic

PARENTS, THE NY RANGERS SKILLS CLINIC IS APPROACHING. WE NEED YOU TO REGISTER YOUR PLAYER(S) BY CLICKING ON THE LINK BELOW. ALL PLAYERS WHO WILL BE ATTENDING MUST REGISTER. THESE CLINICS WILL BE HELD NEXT WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 AT DOROTHY HAMILL RINK.  MITES AND SQUIRTS WILL BE ON THE ICE FROM 5:15-6:30 AND PEE WEE AND BANTAMS WILL BE ON THE ICE FROM 6:45-8:00 PM. THERE WILL BE COACHES FROM THE NY RANGERS TEAM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM WORKING ALONGSIDE OUR BLUES COACHES. THERE WILL ALSO BE A NY RANGERS ALUMNI OR 2 ON THE ICE WITH THE PLAYERS!! PLEASE HAVE YOUR PLAYERS BRING THEIR HOME WHITE GAME JERSEYS FOR THIS EVENT.

https://juniorrangers.leagueapps.com/events/470994-junior-rangers--greenwich-blues-youth-hockey-clinic

 


by posted 01/18/2018
Player Safety

Yesterday we heard the very sad news that a CT Rough Riders 2007 player & New Canaan resident Nico Mallozzi died after falling ill during a hockey tournament.  The information we have received is that the cause was likely the flu.  It is very important if your child is not feeling well to keep him/her home.  No hockey game or tournament is worth risking their health or exposing his/her team and coaches to thier illness.

Effective immediately, coaches will not provide water bottles at practices or games.  Every player needs their own water bottle which should be clearly marked with thier name.  The coachs will do their best to stop players from sharing, but we need your help to remind your son/daughter not to share water bottles.

Thanks,

Keith

 


by posted 01/15/2018

                         CHIEF COACH      

 

                                             

 

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                       

 

GREENWICH, CT – 12 April 2016

 

 The Greenwich Blues Hockey Association is excited to announce that former NY Ranger great, defenseman Tom Laidlaw (b April 1958)  has been appointed Chief Coach of the Blues’ Hockey organization.  Laidlaw, of whom NY Islanders legendary coach Al Arbour  said  “He almost never makes a mistake”, will have the primary responsibility of building the Blues player development program through improvements to internal structure and development of the coaching staff.

 

Laidlaw will focus on coaching techniques and “ice utilization”, where his ultimate goal will to be to build THE best youth coaching staff in the region.

 

Laidlaw, born in Brampton, Ontario, Canada first came to US hockey fans’ attention during his 4 seasons playing at Northern Michigan University.  Between 1979 and 1991 he played for the NY Rangers and LA Kings.

 

Laidlaw was selected to the All-NCAA tournament team in 1980.  He also was CCHA First All-Star in 1979 and 1980.  During his first 4 seasons in the NHL he played in 320 games, missing only two games.       

 

After his stellar NHL career Laidlaw went on to become a prominent NHL player’s agent and entrepreneur.

 

The Greenwich Blues Hockey Association is a lower Fairfield county organization with 10 teams in 5 divisions.  The players range from the age of 6 to 14, both boys and girls, and are selected from the community based on a competitive tryout format solely based on player ability.  There are currently about 150 players on the 10 teams from throughout the lower Fairfield county and Westchester communities.

 

The Blues season runs from early September through mid-March where they play against teams from throughout CT and the entire northeast region.

 

 


by posted 04/12/2016
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