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Happy Thanksgiving!


Wishing you all a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

by posted 11/23/2023
16U Tier II National Bound State Tournament


16U Tier II National Bound State Tournament

by posted 11/07/2023






by posted 07/28/2023
Program / Team Inquiry

Team Openings

Some teams are full and some may have skater or goalie positions available.

If interested please click here: Inquiry Form

or Call 978-930-8847

by posted 04/10/2023
Mite Minor 22/23 EHF League Champions (Platinum)

Congratulations to the Mite Minor Team - EHF League Champions (Platinum)

by posted 03/13/2023
Summer Camps 2023 with Dynamic Skating

Meet Coach Kim Brandvold. After spending seven seasons as the skills coach for the Boston Bruins, Kim became the assistant coach for Boston University Men's Hockey in 2022. Under his guidance, the Terriers are one of the best skating teams in the NCAA and their speed is a key piece of their identity.




[978-837-5066]  [info@dynamicskating.com]  [www.dynamicskating.com]

by posted 03/02/2023


by posted 02/04/2023


by posted 01/02/2023
Dynamic Skating Skills - Sunday Evenings

The following are some of the on ice instructors from pre season Summer Camp and on Sunday evenings.

Tom Ford » Director at Dynamic Skating and currently Boston Bruins Skills and Skating Instructor

Tom is known throughout the country as one of the most dedicated and knowledgable instructors in Hockey. Through great passion and focus Tom has worked with many of the top players in the area and helped their success, reaching NHL, AHL, D1 and other levels of hockey.  Skating and Skills instructor for UML for past several years, and more recent the Boston Bruins.  Tom has run the Bulldogs Pre Season Camp for years. Tom resides in North Reading, MA with his wife and their 4 children.

Ken Kuzyk (Canada)

(alumnus of Boston University and former NHL player and also served as head coach at RPI and St Anselm) has been one of the instructors assigned each week to the Bulldog's program.   Dynamic Skating brings a tremendous value. 

Marek Korencik  (Slovakia)


CAREER: Has seen action in 79 games during his career as a River Hawk … Has five goals and seven assists for 12 points to his credit … Owns a +11 rating … Two-time Hockey East All-Academic Team selection.

AS A JUNIOR (2021-22): Appeared in 29 games for the River Hawks in the 2021-22 season … Registered career highs in all three scoring categories, scoring three goals and dishing out three assists for six points … Ended the year with a +5 rating … Scored his first goal of the year at Vermont (12/10) … Blocked a season-best two shots in three games (10/2 at Arizona State; 11/21 at UConn; 12/29 at St. Lawrence).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2020-21): Appeared in 17 games for the River Hawks, registering one assist against UNH (2/5)…Finished the year with a +3 rating…Blocked 12 shots...Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. 

AS A FRESHMAN (2019-20): He skated in 33 games in his freshman season, registering five points (2g,3a) with a +3 plus/minus rating. Korencik scored his first career goal for UMass Lowell on February 7th at Boston College. Notched a plus or even rating in 26 of 33 games for the River Hawks. Korencik was named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team for his efforts in the classroom. 

Previous Team: Korencik played the last three seasons for Lulea J20 in the Swedish Super Elite League, skating in 116 games posting 34 points (9g,25a). He posted 20 points (6g,14a) in 42 games for Lulea in 2018-19. He also represented Slovakia at the last three WJC tournaments. 

Personal: Son of Martina and Monika... Has a younger brother Lukas... Nickname is Koren... In his time away from the rink he likes reading books, playing other sports and enjoy nature... His favorite TV show is The Office... His favorite professional sports team is Lulea Hockey... His favorite sports figures and influence is Michal Martikan. His greatest sports moment was his world juniors experiences and representing his country."

Ryan Brushett  (Montreal, Quebec)


AS A JUNIOR (2021-22): One of five River Hawks to appear in all 35 games during the 2021-22 campaign … Finished his first season in the Blue & Red with eight goals and 14 assists for 22 points … Led the team in power play tallies with five … Registered one game-winning goal as a junior … Scored a season-high two points on four occasions (1/14 vs. Maine (1G, 1A); 2/4 at BC (1G, 1A); 2/25 vs. LIU (2A); 3/12 vs. Merrimack (1G, 1A)).

Before UMass Lowell: Spent two years at Nebraska-Omaha (NCHC)…Saw action in 54 games for Mavericks, scoring three goals and dishing out 22 assists for 25 points across two seasons…Two-time NCHC Academic All-Conference honoree…Led Powell River (BCHL) in scoring in 2018-19 and finished second in league scoring with 41 goals and 43 assists for 84 points prior to joining Nebraska-Omaha.
Personal: Son of Paula Neill and Timothy Brushett…Has one sibling, Michelle…Enjoys reading and playing video games in his spare time…Lists Entourage as his favorite TV show…Names the Montreal Canadiens as his favorite team…Hopes to play professional hockey one day.

Edvard Nordlund (Sweden)


Before UMass Lowell: Played the 2020-21 season with the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks in the NAHL…Saw action in 17 games, posting a 9-5-3 mark, 3.03 GAA and .902 save percentage…Named the Gastrikland U16 Division I Goaltender of the Year.
Personal: Son of Catharina Enblad Nordlund and Anders Nordlund…Has two siblings, Thea (18) and Ella (12)…Enjoys cooking and reading in his free time…Lists The Office and Game of Thrones as his favorite TV shows…Names AIK Hockey and the Nashville Predators as his favorite professional teams…Lists committing to UMass Lowell as one of his greatest sports memories…Hopes to pursue a career in ice hockey as a player before hopefully working in a front office role.

Jake Stella (Sweden)


Before UMass Lowell: Played three seasons with the AIC Yellow Jackets, making 81 appearances … Amassed 39 points off 13 goals and 26 assists … Served as an alternate captain for the Yellow Jackets as a junior … Helped the Yellow Jackets win back-to-back Atlantic Hockey Championships in 2021 and 2022 … Helped AIC reach the NCAA Tournament in 2021 and 2022.
Personal: Son of Sofia and Tom … Has two siblings, Evan and Olivia … Goes by the nickname “Stells” … Enjoys golfing in his spare time … Lists Sons of Anarchy as his favorite TV show … Names AIK as his favorite professional sports team … Lists LeBron James as his biggest sports influence … Chose UMass Lowell because “it was a good place for me to develop in order to take the next step” … Hopes to play professional hockey after his collegiate career.

by posted 10/15/2022


by posted 10/14/2022
Mite Major and Mite Minor Teams - Platinum

Congratulations to both Mite Teams for qualifying into the Platinum Level Divisions.

Parity Results:


Team Merrimack (East)

2015 Tier 1 Young Guns

New England Jr. Dogs

Boston Jr. Dogs (White - Hoffman)

Boston Jr. Dogs (Red)

Bay State Waves 2015 Selects EHF

Team Boston

Boston Jr. Dogs (White)

New England Jets




Minuteman Sparks

South Shore Knights

Bay State Waves 2015 Tier 1 EHF

Providence (South)

Team Merrimack (West)

Little Stars

Bridgewater Badgers

Manchester Inferno (King)




Providence (North)

Bay State Waves 2014 Selects EHF (Pollara)

South Shore Knights

Team Merrimack (East)

Team Boston

Minuteman Sparks

New England Jr. Dogs

MC Selects

Boston Jr Dogs (Red)




Bay State Waves 2014 Selects EHF

2014 Tier 1 Young Guns

Little Stars

Boston Jr Dogs (White)

Bridgewater Badgers

Manchester Inferno (Gardner)

New England Jets

Team Merrimack (West)


2014 GOLD

Providence (South)

Greater Boston Venom

North Shore Rocks (Green)

Bay State Waves 2014 Tier 1 Black EHF

Blazers 1

Boston Jr Dogs - White

Blazers 2

Providence (North)


by posted 10/03/2022


by posted 01/20/2020
PeeWee Major 07s Tournament Champs - SYHR 31st Annual Tournament


by posted 12/30/2019
22nd Annual Scotiabank Cup - Toronto Canada

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).


by posted 11/19/2019


by posted 11/06/2019


by Mike Egan posted 01/23/2019

by Mike Egan posted 01/18/2019
Sled Hockey Event at UML Tsongas Center

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.

View Photos Here

Photos Courtesy of Filipe Barreto


by Mike Egan posted 01/12/2019
JJ Rosato Tournament Champs Mite Major

by Mike Egan posted 01/12/2019
JJ Rosato Tournament Champs - Squirt Major 2008

by Mike Egan posted 01/12/2019
Squirt Major 08 win Bronze at Lake Placid NY

Squirt Major 08 Team – Can/Am at Lake Placid NY

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.

            Bronze Winner

            Relay Skate Competition Winner

            Shootout Competition Winer

            Written Essay Winner

            Fair Play Award

by Mike Egan posted 12/04/2018
Bantam Minor 05 win Bronze at Montreal

Bantam Minor 05 Team – Montreal, Canada

The 05 Bulldogs’s brought home bronze at the Can Am Montreal tournament. They also finished second in the relay race and recived the fair play award for least amount of penalties

            Bronze Winner

            Fair Play Award

by Mike Egan posted 12/04/2018
Cape Cod Classic - 2018 Tournament Champs

Contratulations to the PeeWee Major 2006 Team - Cape Cod Classic Champs!

by Mike Egan posted 11/08/2018

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.

by posted 06/16/2018
Mite Minor EHF Tier I League Champs


Mite Minor's are EHF Tier I League Champs.  Great Season and Great Final Game today vs Greater Boston Venom.

by posted 03/11/2018
League Member of USPHL/EHF Tier I


Top GunBoston Junior HuskiesSpringfield Jr. ThunderbirdsWoonsocket North StarsHartford Jr. WolfpackNorthern CyclonesNew Hampshire Jr. Monarchs


by posted 01/07/2018
White Mountain Shootout Tournament Champs

White Mountain Shootout Champs

Congratulations to the New England Bulldog 2007 Squirt Major's on winning the White Mountain Shootout Blue/Red Division Championship. They defeated the Boston Jr. Eagles 5-2 in the finals.

by Mike Egan posted 11/12/2017
Mites Skate at UML River Hawks vs Omaha Intermission

by Mike Egan posted 11/03/2017
Lowell Catholic State Champs!!

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.


by Mike Egan posted 03/28/2017
Cal Johnson and Scott Newton

Long time Bulldog players Cal Johnson and Scott Newton leading the way for the Tilton Hockey team.

Cal has also played in the USHL for Cedar Rapids before attending and leading Tilton.  Scott attended St John's Prep and helped lead them to a Super 8 State Championship.

They are both the top two point leaders on the team.  

Johnson with 12-16-28 and Newton with 9-16-25 in 22 games. 

We wish them the best of Luck for the remainder of the season!

by posted 02/08/2017
Scott Newton

Great article on Scott Newton (97 Bulldogs), who exemplifies Class and Sportsmanship.



by posted 03/31/2016
Scott Newton St John's Prep Super 8 Finalist

Longtime Bulldog player Scott Newton scores the only goal for St John's Prep at Super 8 Finals.

Malden Catholic went on to win in overtime by a score of 2-1.

Scott has played since squirts with the Bulldog's 97 team. 

He is a great player with a tremendous work ethic. 

by posted 03/22/2016
NH High School State Champs

Congratulations to Bulldog U18 players Jack Crowley, Bryce Blanchard, Chad Desautels and the Windham High Hockey Team winning the NH High School State Tournament.

by posted 03/21/2016
Bulldog Players at area High Schools

This past season the Bulldogs fielded four midget teams.  Two U18 teams and two U16 teams.

As you can see, they have had some great

success playing HS Hockey.


First Name Last Name School    
Michael Balboni Arlington Catholic    
Bryce Blanchard Windham High Captain NH State Champ
Cameron Climo Billerica High Captain Led team in points
Jeffrey Cowles St. Johns Prep    
Jack Crowley Windham High Captain NH State Champ
Scott Newton St Johns Prep    
Chad Desautels Windham High Captain NH State Champ
Joshua Duarte Austin Prep    
Corey Goggin Shawsheen Tech    
Cal Johnson Tilton School    
Patrick Jordan Reading High    
Joe Kelley Wilmington High Captain  
Patrick MacDonald Chelmsford High    
Alec McPherson Chelmsford High    
Christian Reardon Billerica High    
Robbie  Ryan Burlington High Captain  
Mario Serra Chelmsford High Captain Led team in Points
Ryan Sheehan Tewksbury High    
Matthew Solviletti Arlington Catholic Captain  
Nicholas St. Jean Chelmsford High    
Matthew Ternullo Billerica High    
Michael Zarro Billerica High Captain  
Jimi Beaton Chelmsford High
Dominic DiCicco Billerica High
Thomas Doherty Chelmsford High
Sam Melisi Chelmsford High
Danny Millin Chelmsford High
Carter O'Rourke Shawsheen Tech
Mitchell Smith Chelmsford High
Kyle Spiller Austin Prep
Travis Vozzella Shawsheen Tech
Max Anderson Revere high



First Name Last Name School
Connor Barter Lowell High
Griffin Blanch Shawsheen Tech
Sean Climo Billerica High
Jason Colletti Shawsheen Tech
Ryan Cummiskey Shawsheen Tech
John Foley Shawsheen Tech
Ryan Kelly Central Catholic
Brendan Lally Chelmsford High
Steven Lobao Wilmington High
Chris Mills Shawsheen Tech
Jack Regan Chelmsford High
James Ryan Chelmsford High
Nick Sciortino Shawsheen Tech
Eric Spagnoli Arlington Catholic
Johnny Spinelli Tewksbury High
Michael DuCharme Wilmington High
Christopher Ervin Chelmsford High
John Keaney Chelmsford High
Tyler Kotsifas Lowell High
Kyle Lally Hudson
Dylan McElhinney Chelmsford High
Jason Mercuri Chelmsford High
Adriel Muela Chelmsford High
Kilian OConnell Belmont High
Benjamin Pastore Wilmington High
Destrempe Philip Chelmsford High
Robert Small Chelmsford High
Cam Stanisewski Central Catholic
Dawson Taylor Lowell Catholic
Cole Timbol Acton Boxborough
Daniel Warner Dracut High


by posted 03/18/2016
Congratulations PeeWee Major 02 League Champs!

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.

Great job by all the players.

by posted 03/16/2015
Super 8 Photos Bulldog Players

Jeff Cowle's #14 (Bulldogs U18) overtime winning goal to advance St. John's Prep to the Super 8 State Finals.

Congratulations to both Jeff Cowles and Scott Newton in their Super 8 Championship, beating 4 time defending Champion Malden Catholic at TD Garden by a score of 2-1 earlier this evening.


Jeff Cowles #14 St. John's Prep (Bulldogs U18)

Mike Egan #8 Austin Prep (Bullogs U18)

Scott Duarte #15 Austin Prep (Bulldogs U18)

Cousins Larry Galasso (Central Catholic) and Mike Egan (Austin Prep)

by posted 03/15/2015
Bulldog Teams Advance to League Semi-Finals

Bulldog Mite Major 06's, Squirt Minor 05's, and PeeWee Major 02's will advance to league Semi-Finals this weekend at the New England Sports Center, Marlborough MA. Best of Luck to each of the teams!!

by posted 03/10/2015
Bulldog Players help Austin Prep make history

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.

by posted 02/13/2015
Groton Tourney in the Woods Bantam Major Champions!

by posted 01/06/2015
Congratulations Bantam Minor 2000 Blue Team

Ocean State Classic 2014 Touranament Champs
by posted 02/18/2014
Congratulations Bantam Minor 2000 Red Team

Canadian Hockey Enterprises - Canadian Cup (Montreal, QC) - Bronze Winner

by posted 02/18/2014
Congratulations U16s - EHF Tier I League Champs

2013 EHF Tier I League Champs!!

by posted 12/22/2013
Bulldogs Join EHF Tier I and EMHL


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.

by posted 05/29/2013
Congratulations Mite Major 2004 Team
MLK Cyclone Arena Tournament Champs

The team played well all weekend with exciting games throughout the tournament, and topping it off with a win against the Cyclones in OT in the Championship Game. 

by posted 01/22/2013
Congratulations Bantam Minor 99 Team

Rinks at Exeter Turkey Tournament Champs
by posted 11/28/2012
Congratulations PeeWee Major 2000 Team

2012 North American Fall Champions at New England Sports Center
by posted 11/26/2012
Bantam Major 98 League Champs Once Again

Congratulations to the the Bantam Major 98 Team! 

They are League Champs for the 5th consecutive time. 

On their way to victory, the Bulldogs beat the Shamrocks in the semis by a score of 5-2 and the Flames in the finals by a score of 4-0.

Almost the entire 98 team has been together for 7 seasons.  They are a great group of talented kids who consistently work hard and have been very well coached.

by posted 11/20/2012
Bantam Minor MLK Tournament Champs

Bulldog Bantam Minor Team wins Breakaway Ice Center MLK Tournament
Congratulations to the Bulldog 1998 Bantam Minor Team. They are the Breakaway Ice Arena MLK Tournament Champs.

by posted 01/17/2012
PeeWee Minor MLK Tournament Champs

Bulldog PeeWee Minor Team wins the Cyclones Arena MLK Classic
Congratulations to the Bulldog 2000 PeeWee Minor Team. They are the Cyclones Arena MLK Tournament Champs.

by posted 01/17/2012
Mite Team Tournament Champs

Congratulations to the Bulldog Mite Team. They are Champions of the Tourney in the Woods!
by posted 01/02/2012
PeeWee Major 99 Tournament Champs

Congratulations to the PeeWee Major 99 Team.  They are Champions in the Rinks at Exeter Turkey Tournament!  Beating Boston Advantage in the Finals today by a score of 3-0.
by posted 11/27/2011
5000 Puck Challenge
Hi everyone, please see the following two links and print out for your child to make the attempt in completing this. 



by posted 05/25/2011
98s League Champs Once Again

Congratulations to the Bulldog's 98 team for another great season.  League Champs once again!
by posted 03/26/2011
Squirt Major 2000 Team Tournament Champions

Marlborough, MA -  North Amercian Fall Championship

Congratulations to the Squirt Major 2000 team in placing first at the North American Fall Championship winning the tournament out of a 10 team division.



by posted 12/05/2010
98s - League Champs

Photo Courtesy of Jerry Serra (www.jerrymserra.com)
Congratulations to the 98 Bulldogs as they repeat 2009/2010 League Champs!
by posted 04/28/2010
Congratulations Bulldog Mites - League Champs!

Congratulations to the Bulldogs Mite Team - League Champs. 

by Mike Egan posted 04/03/2010
Bantam Minor 96 Clash on the Coast Tournament - Portland Maine
Congratulations to the Bulldogs Bantam Minor 96 Team!!  Tournament Finalists!!

by Mike Egan posted 03/04/2010
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