The Jr Dogs's Mite Development is managed and facilitated by the Bulldogs Hockey Club. Basic Skating ability is required, as this is a program geared toward an introduction to beginning hockey. Bulldog Teams participate in the Eastern Hockey Federation at ther Tier I Level.
"It is our goal to afford the opportunity to as many young athletes possible to participate in the sport of hockey"
Approximately (2-3 ice touches per week) practices/ skills / small area games / games
Begins in September and ends in March
Sessions will be held at the Hallenborg Ice Pavillion Billerica, Janas Memorial Rink, Lowell, and Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell
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Must be registered with USA Hockey
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For any questions or if you would like to assist on ice, please contact Mike Egan at
What makes the Jr Dogs Mite Development Program a Great Place for any young Hockey Player?
Instructors / coaches that have had extensive training and experience coaching children at this age and ability level.
Instructor / Coaches that understand how to motivate any child/skater by being creative and fun with just the right amount of competitiveness.
The Jr Dogs Mite Development Program:
Creative, Innovative, and Challenging drills designed Toward Continual Improvememt and Having Fun.
This program is geared toward children ages 4 - 9 with basic skating ability.
All players and coaches will need to be registered with USA Hockey, the EHF League website, and on the Bulldog's website for the upcoming season. Needs to be completed before now. If you have not done so on all three links, please do so now.
Please click the link below to register with USA Hockey (you will need to register with USA Hockey first)
The Peewee Minor 08 Red Team played in the 22nd Annual Scotiabank Cup tournament in Toronto Canada over the October 25-27 weekend. In the Peewee Minor division we were the only team from the US. The kids played against some big time competition and fared well going 1-2-1 which made us 3rd in our division. Our two losses were to the #1 team in all of Ontario Tier 1 (Ottawa Sting) and the #5 team in all of Ontario Tier 1 (Mississauga North Stars) who both ended up in the championship game with Ottawa winning. The kids played hard and had a great time gaining experience against Canadian style hockey.
The Tournament provided game MVP awards, the awards went to Kian Corcoran (game 1), Joey Russo (game 2), George Elliott & James Dunham (game 3) and Sam Frangakis (game 4).
On Dec. 29, members of the 2005 and U14 New England Bulldogs took to the ice at Tsongas Arena for something unique. The Bulldogs participated in a game of sled hockey with experienced players from across New England. A lot of thanks to Jen and Tom Ford for all of their effort and hard work in putting this event together. Our plan is to play more of these games. It was a ton of fun and great for everyone.
At the skills competition the Squirt Major 08 team won the Relay skate with Jacoby Patterson, Matthew Lumia, Chace Kivlehan, and Derek Perault. Cohlton Carmody was the shootout winner and Grady Avila did amazing finishing 3rd in the goalie competition facing the most difficult shooters.
Chase Kivlehan also won a week long Can Am hockey camp scholarship for his essay on how he tries to be a leader on his team.
The team also won the “Fair Play Award” for the team that had the least amount of penalties in the tournament.
The United States Premier Hockey League ("USPHL") and the Eastern Hockey Federation ("EHF") have agreed to merge operations (the "Merger") into the USPHL to form the nation's largest amateur hockey league. The EHF will maintain its name and current 11 team Elite structure along with its multi-level, multi member Tier I divisions under the USPHL umbrella.
The new combination will also allow the EHF Selects Midget Division to create a one-of-a-kind competitive schedule with the USHPL's most competitive full season Midget teams to provide unmatched exposure to NCAA hockey programs for young aspiring hockey players.
The USPHL and EHF organizations have each developed a complete player development model where, for the 2018/2019 season, boys will train, compete and enjoy the sport of ice hockey within their respective age group at the right competitive level.
These programs go beyond the on-ice experience to include education, leadership and community service components to help foster a complete student-athlete. Upon completion of this process, the USPHL membership will consist of over 100-member organizations with 11,000 players spanning the ages of 6 through 20 and having a geographic reach that spans the complete Eastern Seaboard and expands west as far as Wisconsin.
The Merger of the EHF into the USPHL will be completed over the summer and will commence competition in September of 2018.
Please visit the USPHL website or the EHF website for more information regarding member teams and further announcements.
The New England Bulldogs would like to congratulate the Lowell Catholic High School Hockey team for winning the 2017 Division 2 State Championship at the TD Garden on Sunday, March 19th.
Lowell Catholic ended their high school season as State Champions!
Current Bulldog players Dawson Taylor, Colin Gleason, David Morey, and Michael Dibacco, along with incoming Bulldog players for the 2017/2018 season Mitchell and Michael Andrea, Nate Donaldson, Matt Pescatore, and Alex Graves.
The LC Crusader's march to the Garden saw them finish with a 20-2-2 record. After a dominant regular season, Lowell Catholic secured victories over Marblehead, Saugus and Stoneham in the MIIA State Tourney to earn the chance to play Scituate for the D2 state title on Garden ice. After a thrilling three periods of hockey, Alex Graves found the back of the Scituate net after recieving a pass from Nate Donaldson with just 1:06 remaining in regulation. That goal secured an historic 5-4 Lowell Catholic victory in one of the most exciting games in HS Hockey of recent times.
Congratulations to the PeeWee Major 02 team in their taking of the League Championship, beating the Minuteman Flames by a score of 2-1 in the finals. The 02 team has an impressive league record of 28-2-2.
ARLINGTON – Austin Prep made school history with Thursday night's 4-3 come-from-behind victory against Arlington Catholic. Facing their final Catholic Central League foe of the season, the Cougars ran the table for the first time, posting a league record of 10-0-0.
"Austin Prep has won the league before, but they’ve never won the league undefeated,” said coach Louis Finocchiaro. “These kids go in the record books, and it’s always going to be there for the rest of their lives. I’m proud of them for the way they battled back from being down all game. It tells me that we have no quit in our locker room.”
Bulldog Players Scott Duarte, Mike Egan, and Pat Lundy have contributed to Austin's success all season.
The New England Bulldogs are proud to announce that we will be joining the Eastern Hockey Federation (EHF) and the Eastern Minor Hockey League (EMHL) for the upcoming 2013-2014 season. We will be participating in the EHF Tier I Division and the EMHL Division. This is an exciting time for the Bulldogs organization and we are happy to be joining the best youth hockey league in the area. Please click the following link: EHF and EMHL for further information about the Eastern Hockey Federation League and the Eastern Minor Hockey League.