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From Clinton To The Pro’s

Most kids grow up dreaming of playing professional hockey, but not many dream of officiating it. Steve Patafie was born in Canada, but his family moved to Clinton, NY while he was in high school. Patafie played for Clinton High School and Morrisville, who at the time was still a two-year school playing in the […]

Movie Producers Have Ties to Central New York

As many of you have heard, Slater Brothers Entertainment is holding an open casting call in search of hockey players. What you might not have known is the ties the Slater Brothers have to the local hockey community. The auditions are being held on Thursday, December 20th from 10:00pm until 11:00pm. Slater Brothers is looking […]

Rob Schremp: Looking Back

Rob Schremp announced his retirement from professional hockey in a statement posted across his social media accounts. Schremp was born in Fulton, NY and had a career that spanned over fifteen years while playing in multiple countries and leagues. It is always surreal to follow an individual from this area progress throughout his career. Seeing […]

An Affordable Alternative to Ice Hockey

Many people are fans of hockey, but for a variety of reasons are unable to participate in the sport they love. Maybe it’s trouble finding ice time to learn how to skate. Maybe the high cost of registration and equipment isn’t affordable for you or your family. Well, there is a simple solution to this […]

5th Annual Fall Freeze Tomorrow

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_single_image image=”1048″ img_size=”160×200″ alignment=”center”][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][vc_column_text]In April of 2013 Logan Roach was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. His father, Matthew Roach, started Hockey Fights T1D in August 2014 to combine their love of hockey with the need to raise awareness and funds to find a cure for this life altering disease. The first Fall Freeze was […]

Hockeyville USA: The Good & Bad

Hockeyville USA was more than just an NHL pre-season game. Sure, that was the finale after a weekend full of amazing activities, but it was more than just a hockey game. It was about community. It was about pride. It was about history. I was lucky enough to attend the game last night and it […]