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by posted 05/29/2020


Virtual Zoom Tryouts
 
New England Predators Team Slot Updates
 
As it continues to remain uncertain as to when rinks will open due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation and state restrictions the New England Predators have decided to offer “Virtual Zoom Tryouts”  for players interested in our program for the upcoming 2020/2021 season. We DO have some openings and would like to invite you to join us either as a full time or alternate player. 
 
Here are where we have the following needs:
 
U14 Full Season (2006/2007) Players Needed: - 2 Defenseman and 2 Forward
Contact Coach Harnett:   
 
Midgets - 2005 - Players Needed: 2 Defensemen and 2 Forwards
Contact Coach Crosby: 
 
2009 Premier – Players Needed: 2-3
Contact Coach Marcinkowski:  
 
2009 Elite – Players Needed – 3-5 – plus Goalie
Contact Coach King: 
 
2007 Premier – Players Needed: 1 forward
Contact Coach Scott Crowther Jr. - 
 
2010-2011 Elite – 5 players needed and 1 Goalie
Contact Coach Scott Crowther Sr. – 
 
2012-2013 - Mites
Contact Coach Perry - 
 
The NE Predators play out of Haverhill, MA (Veterans Memorial Rink) and compete in the Premier Hockey League of New England (NEPHL)  https://www.thenephl.com

 

If you are interested in joining our program as a full time player or as an alternate,  please let us know or schedule a free Zoom Virtual Tryout session.
 
We hope you are staying safe and healthy during this time. If you have any questions or want to schedule an interview, don’t hesitate to reach out to the coaches or myself at  . The New England Predators are here to help in any way we can. Thank you!
 
 
Scott Crowther, Owner
New England Predators 
(603) 247-0077 
  
 
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Congratulations to the 09 Premier Team!
by posted 03/09/2020

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Congratulations to the 06 Elite Team!
by posted 03/08/2020


 

NE Predators Bantam Elite team won the PHL Championship on March 8, 2020!!!
 
On Saturday, the Pred’s beat the Vikings 5-3 in a hard fought and well-played semi-finals game.  
The Championship game was unreal and very exciting. The Pred’s were down 1-0 and then tied the game in the 3rd period on a great goal by Gavin O’Keefe and the score ended 1-1 in regulation. The game proceeded with a 3 vs 3 overtime and then a shootout and the Pred’s Brady McCormack scored with a sweet move!  Conner Cole was cool as a cucumber and made the last save for the thrilling victory!!! 🏆.   Conner gave the Pred’s a stellar and brilliant performance in net for both games.

 

 

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20-21 Mites playing FULL Ice in the NEAHL!
by posted 01/27/2020

Our Mites program is for players, birth years 2012 & 2013, who are ready to compete at the Mite level.  For questions, please contact Scott Crowther at

 

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The 09 team wins GOLD in Montreal!!
by posted 01/19/2020


Congratulations to the 09 Preds team for winning gold at the CAN/AM Challenge Cup in Montreal this weekend!! 

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Coaches Wanted for the 2020-2021 Season
by posted 12/26/2019


The New England Predators will consider applications received from experienced and qualified coaches at all levels. To be considered as a Head or Assistant Coach, please click on the link below and fill out the form. 

Questions can be directed to Scott Crowther.
E-mail:   

Thank you for your interest. 

SUBMIT COACHING APPLICATION

 

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Congratulations to our 12U Elite team!!
by posted 10/28/2019

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Congratulations to our 12U Elite team on taking the Black Cat Classic championship game on October 27th with a 5-1 win over the Keene Cobras!

 

Predators 2007 Pee Wee Elite Team wins the 2019 Black Cat Tournament...….
 
The team played near flawless hockey over the weekend (10/25/2019-10/27/2019) going 2-0-1 in the round robin portion of the Black Cat Classic Tournament to earn the 1st seed for the Championship game. In the tournament, they scored 20 goals which was spread-out amongst several players and only allowing 8 goals to there opponents. In the Championship game on Sunday, the boys came to play, were focused, well rested, and played as a team determined to win......they did not disappoint, they played to a 5-1 victory over the Keene Cobras.
 
Game 1, 6-4 Win  over the Vermont Blackhawks
 
Game 2, 3-3 Tied with Top Gun
 
Game 3, 11-0 Win over the Jr. Monarchs
 
Final 5-1 - Championship over Keene Cobras
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