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The Path to College Hockey

The Ct Nighthawks organization proudly provides all of our players with a path of development right through to the highest level of Junior hockey. This allows our players to stay and develop within our program through classroom work, off ice training, and skill development including a synthetic shooting area. Our coaching staff has experience playing at the Collegiate level and know how to develop young players both on and off the ice who are aspiring to play in college and beyond.

Midget Team Finds Success at Columbus Day Tourney

The CT Nighthawks H.S. Split Season team finished 2nd place in their Columbus Day tournament which was held at Charles Moore Arena up on Cape Cod.  The Nighthawks started the Nauset Cup Classic against the Umass Lowell Jr. Riverhawks early on Saturday morning.  After shaking off a slow start and some big saves from our goalie Dan D. we finally scored late in the second period to take the lead but only for a short time with the Jr. Riverhawks answering quick. The game was a stalemate in the 3rd period and ended in a 1-1 draw.

            In game number two, the Nighthawks took a commanding 3-0 lead vs the Western Mass Senators dominating every facet of the game. Near the end of the period the tides turned as Derek M. suffered an injury to the wrist which side lined him for the rest of the weekend. After the injury, the Senators stormed back and scored two quick goals but Ricky S. ended there momentum by netting his third goal of the game and sealing the victory for the Nighthawks.

            The third game looked to be the toughest test for the Nighthawks: playing a more quality opponent and losing one of the team's better players. The game started out sluggish vs the home town Lower Cape Coyotes but the team stayed tough and played their best game of the tournament. The Nighthawks scored early in the second after a scoreless first period and never looked back, scoring three more times to reach a final score of 4-1, advancing the team into the championship game.

            The championship game against the host team, the Barnstable Braves, was a well-fought contest on both teams’ parts. Nighthawk’s goalie Trevor P. stole the show early and often making key save after key save and keeping the team in the game. After a scoreless first, the Braves scored a goal about half way through the 2nd period but the Nighthawks were quick to respond as Tom. M buried a rebound goal on the power play to tie the game up. In the third period the short bench of the Nighthawks haunted them as they were just out matched down the stretch and the Braves scored about half way through the game. After the goal the Nighthawks couldn’t respond to the braves goal and that’s how the game ended 2-1. Coach Furbush was very happy about the team’s performance on the weekend “We battled hard in every game this weekend playing better and better as the tournament progressed." Coach also added “any time your goalies average less than 2 goals a game on the weekend, you have a shot to win any game and the team really capitalized on their performances.”

by posted 10/15/2016
Cole Smith Commits to Bethel University

Jr. Nighthawks Defenseman Cole Smith

The CT Nighthawks are pleased to announce the commitment of defenseman Cole Smith to Bethel  University located in St. Paul, MN. "Cole had a tremendous season for us last year," states Junior Nighthawks Head Coach Jeff Tory.  "He was a leader on the blue line as well as in the locker room. I'd like to thank Cole for all he contributed to the organization in its first season in the EHL and wish him all the best in his career at Bethel University."

Cole adds "I am very excited and thankful for the opportunity that I will get to play at and attend Bethel University. I am also thankful that the Nighthawks organization gave me an avenue to pursue playing at the NCAA level. I am glad that I was part of building and establishing the program in their first year."

Cole becomes the third player to commit to a college program from the Nighthawks in its inaugural season. The team has several other players on the verge of accepting College offers and look forward to announcing those shortly.

by posted 04/06/2016
Congratulations to the 2015-2016 Peewee Elite Team!

2015-2016 Pee Wee Elite Team

Congratulations to the 2015-2016 Peewee Elite team for taking second place in the Pee Wee Elite MPDHL League championships! The team played the Walpole Express Stahl team in a great semifinals game on Saturday March 5th at Walpole Arena. The entire game, the Nighthawks and Walpole battled for the win. The Nighthawks played well on both sides of the ice and were playing team hockey with good passing, support and communication.  The tension continued as the teams played a 5 minute overtime period and two rounds of a shootout, before the Nighthawks prevailed winning the game.

On Sunday, the Nighthawks played the Walpole Express Brennan team for the league championship.  It was a tough game with Walpole scoring quickly in the first period.  The Nighthawks played team hockey to score four goals but it was not enough to win the championship.

by posted 03/07/2016
Junior player Tristin Goodwin Commits to Johnson and Wales

Tristan Goodwin of the Junior Nighthawks

The CT Nighthawks are pleased to announce the commitment of Tristan Goodwin to Johnson and Wales University located in Providence, RI. "Our organization is very  happy for Tristan on his commitment to Johnson and Wales. Tristan has been a key goal scorer for our team this season and has worked extremely hard both on and off the ice to reach his goal of becoming a student athlete at the Collegiate level," states Junior Nighthawks Head Coach Jeff Tory.

Tristan adds "I'm very excited to be playing for Johnson and Wales next year.  Thanks to everyone in the Nighthawk organization for everything along the way, glad I could be a part of this first year team and proud of our accomplishments."

Tristan becomes the second player to commit to a college program from the Nighthawks in its inaugural season. The team has several other players on the verge of accepting College offers and look forward to announcing those shortly.

by posted 03/05/2016

The CT Nighthawks are

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Massachusetts Premier Development Hockey League

After a successful inaugural season, the Nighthawk organization is always looking to continue to build on its first year success. After much research  and consideration we are pleased to announce  starting next year for the 2015-16 season the Ct Nighthawks will be competing in the Massachusetts Premier Development Hockey League. The Massachusetts Premier is one of the fastest rising premier AAA/Elite hockey leagues in the New England area. This will provide our teams the opportunity to compete in 40 game AAA/Elite schedule. We feel our players will develop better playing against some of the top competition New England has to offer. Please check out the link to the website by clicking on the logo.

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