Orders and Fittings June 12th 5-7PM Haverhill Rink
This year the New England Predators are excited to announce we have joined forces with CCM as well as TSR Sports and will be offering players a chance to order both equipment as well as team apparel at discounted rates!
As everyone knows and is hopefully aware it is mandatory each player has NAVY pants or shell as well as WHITE helmets. Though it is not mandatory, we have NAVY gloves as well at a great price. This is an opportunity to order it all in one place.
Please look at the attached sheet as we will be scheduling a fitting with CCM in the next week. We are offering players and parents an opportunity to purchase top of the line gear at cheaper cost than retail.
-Team jacket with embroidered logo
-Team track pant
-Team CCM workout/dryland shorts with logo
-Team heavy winter jacket with embroidered logo
-Team mesh cap with embroidered logo
-Team pro player bag (Sublimated logo) - Please note team bags will also include players number.
-CCM RES 300 helmet (White) - Please note helmet does not include cage
-CCM Pro 4 Roll Gloves (Navy with white CCM)
-CCM RBZ 130 Pants (Navy)
We will also be offering team laundry bags with sublimated team logo, velcro strap and player name for $22. These are great for parents who don't want to touch their child's under armour while washing. It is also a great way for players to keep their under armour organized.
The goal is to have everyone's order in as well as handed out by training camp.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at
THE NEW ENGLAND PREDATORS JOIN MASSACHUSETTS PREMIER DEVELOPMENT HOCKEY LEAGUE (THE PREMIER) BEGINNING 2014-2015 SEASON
The Premier becomes one the largest hockey leagues in New England
The New England Predators announced today that it has accepted an invitation to join The Massachusetts Premier Development Hockey League (The Premier) which will expand its levels of competition for the 2014-2015 season to include Mites through Midget divisions. The Premier officially accepted the following youth hockey programs into the league; Boston Stars, Central Mass Outlaws, South Shore Conquistadors, Manchester Flames, New England Predators, New England Stars, New England Junior Hurricanes, New Hampshire Junior Monarchs, Rhode Island Hitmen, and Walpole Express. The Premier is now comprisedof more than 150 teamsfrom 25 different hockey organizations making it one of the largest hockey leagues in New England.
The Premier will offer Premier (Tier I), Elite (Tier II), and Select (Tier III) levels of competition to all programs. This original parity framework provides for a fair and balanced level of competition. “Given the large number of programs and teams involved, we will be the first league that will develop a real balance in the level of play that will further the positive development of every hockey player.” states Mike Bonish, President of The Premier.
The Premier's expansion is undoubtedly the most positive and significant development in the youth hockey world. Bonish declares, "We are just getting started! We will continue to grow to include more teams that embrace that our commitment to developing young hockey players and positively impacting their lives. The Premier will be the best hockey league in America!"
The 2001 team spent Saturday, November 23rd helping the folks at "Our Neighbors Table", a food pantry in Amesbury, MA. The team moved crates of food from their sorting location to the food pantry storage facility. We had 14 players plus parents helping. It was an awesome experience for the kids. We plan to do it again in the future.
What a great way to give back. Great work 2001 Predators!
The New England Predators 99 Elite team capped off the Tri fecta defeating the New England Falcons AAA club 4-0 in the Thanksgiving tournament in Exeter, NH this past weekend. The passing and fore checking was contagious and with some timely hits the boys kept momentum. Both goalies and the defensemen all did a fantastic job allowing only 4 goals against all weekend.
Predators 99AAA Bantam team are champions of the Exeter Turkey Tournament this past weekend. The team went undefeated through the tournament and capped it off with a championship win over a tough Ice Hawks team with a 3 to 0 victory.
The 2002 New England Predator Team went 3-0-1 at the Exeter Turkey Tournament to take home 1st place. Fantastic effort by THE TEAM in all games 4 games and congratulations on being crowned Tournament Champs. A job well done by the youngest team in the program!
Eddie Hill partners with The New England Predators
On behalf of The New England Predators we are pleased to announce our partnership with Hill Hockey Clinic. Eddie Hill, owner of Hill Hockey Clinic, is very passionate and is dedicated to giving the players in his program the very best chance to develop. In just three short years, Hill Hockey Clinic has developed and trained over 800 players. They have trained some of the North Shore's best such as Shane Eiserman of Cushing Academy (UNH) , Bill Eiserman of UMASS Lowell and Alex Gacek of Youngstown USHL (Miami - Ohio) to name a few. Having played 8 years of Pro and a former 2nd round NHL Draft Pick Eddie Hill knows what it takes to be successful in the game of hockey.
“I am excited to bring my knowledge and experience to the New England Predators Organization! “ Eddie Hill
Eddie Hill will be offering a Christmas Vacation Clinic from:
Dates: December 27th – 30th Mites 800AM -9:00AM off- ice – 9-10:30 on-ice Squirt/PeeWee/Bantam – 10:30 – 12:00PM – on-ice – 12-1 off-ice Cost: $265.00 (there are also family specials see website)
Born and raised in Newburyport, Massachusetts Eddie Hill grew up playing hockey in the Newburyport Youth Hockey League and also with the North Shore Raiders and the Middlesex Islanders.
At the age of 15, Hill played junior hockey for the Tyngsboro Huskies of the Eastern Junior League and at 16 became the youngest player to play in the United States Hockey League (USHL) for the Green Bay Gamblers. In his first year, he helped Green Bay to win the Junior A National Championship and was named captain the following season.
Hill signed with the Barrie Colts of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) the following year and was drafted by the Nashville Predators in the second round (61st overall) in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft held at the FleetCenter. After two seasons, including one Championship in the OHL , Hill signed an NHL contract with the Carolina Hurricanes.
Hill played eight years of pro hockey, which included attending five NHL training camps and playing in the farm systems of the Carolina Hurricanes, St. Louis Blues and the Phoenix Coyotes. Hill also played internationally in Germany, Austria, and England.
Hill has since retired and returned to his roots in Newburyport, MA. Since starting Hill Hockey Clinic in 2009, Hill now shares his passion and love for the game by coaching and training players of all ages.
The New England Predators are excited to be working with Eddie.