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  • 15 wc finals sched

  • 2000  looking to play in Florida; brother is going/playing but her team will not be going.  The team qualified silver but is able to play gold as well.  Also qualified silver in 16u jragon3522@gmail.comryan.lenhart@yahoo.com

  • Carmo Photography is proud to announce that we will be photographing the NARCh FINALS. We have been providing professional sports photography for over 30 years. Our photographers will be taking high quality action photos throughout the event. We will be offering photo sizes ranging from 5x7 to poster size. Please look for our sales table at the Rinks at Huntington Beach to view your team’s photos.   We are be offering an action photo disc of your team for $250.00. Each team will be photograph

  • by Rich Garvey   We are at the midway point of the Pittsburg Regional qualifier here at Hot Shots Indoor Sports Arena and three words immediately come to mind, Inspiration, Perspiration and Dedication. You don't have to be a hockey fan to be inspired by the stellar play in the squirt division of Crusaders forward Benjamin Stewart.  On a shortened roster of only five skaters, "Stewy" leads the charge for his team in it's quest for NARCh's Holy Grail.  Playing his heart out from puck drop t

  • 2015 West Coast Team List

  • Every year the NARCh Skills Competitions are one of the highlights of the FINALS.  It gives players from different teams a chance to bond and have a fun time showcasing their amazing skills. The 3 disciplines of the Skills are: The Fastest Skater – one lap around the rink. Sniper – shootout style against various goalies. Top Goalie – facing breakaways against the shooters. The cost to participate is $25 and every player that participates receives a Skills T Shirt.  The winners will recei

  • By: Lonny Lovins  With Huntington Beach in the books, it is time to look over the tournament and talk about the ups, downs, and the championship dances.  With a pretty big field of teams, it was really exciting to watch the big players come and play on the big stage.  I am pretty excited for the finals, and I think it is going to be a great time for everyone that is involved.  The staff at the Rinks, in Huntington Beach, are fantastic, and I look forward to working with them again.  No

  • By Jeremy Ellis This past weekend at the Marple Sports Arena was filled with exciting hockey and playoff upsets.  28 teams across 5 age groups competed to take part in one of 10 championship games that took place on Sunday.  Once again the ‘oohs and ahhs’ were in abundance as we prepped the medal cart before each championship game.  If there is one thing that the players look forward to each and every year, it is the sheer awesomeness of the seasonal NARCh medal.  Let’s get to the acti

  • June 5 - 7 Pittsburgh

  • By Lonny Lovins   With playoffs dominating our early Sunday morning, so far the name of the game has been puck control and speed.  While this is the case in almost all of the high level games, it seems as if the kids are moving a bit faster than normal.  Maybe it is because this is one of the last "tune up" opportunities before the finals, maybe it is because they want to beat a bitter rival, or maybe it is because I am in sleep deprivation mode, and everything seems to be moving faster t

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