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Marlborough: NESC expansion done this summer
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2017-2018 USAH #
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NEW PHL coaches added for the 2017-2018 season
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2017-2018 tryouts finalized

Thank you to everyone that attended the 2017-2018 season tryouts.  All teams have been finalized and players were notified via email.


by posted 04/15/2017
Marlborough: NESC expansion done this summer







MARLBOROUGH – The New England Sports Center will become one of the largest indoor ice arenas in North America when construction crews put the finishing touches on an 88,830-square-foot expansion late this summer.

Constructed on Donald Lynch Boulevard in 1994 with four rinks, the Center added a fifth rink in 2005 and a sixth in 2010. The expansion will add two rinks and 110 parking spaces at the complex, which also features a pro shop, arcade and restaurant, said General Manager Wes Tuttle.

After a winter hiatus, construction crews returned to the site a few weeks ago, erected the steel frame of the building and are installing the interior walls. Crews were unable to work over the winter because the ground froze and the tie rods used to brace steel columns could not be put into the ground, said Tuttle.

“As soon as the weather broke, the steel workers were right on the job,” he said.

Workers cleared trees from the 23 acres where the rinks and parking lot will be located, installed footings, plumbing and the foundation before the winter weather hit, according to Tuttle.

Tuttle initially hoped the new rinks would open late this spring, however, the weather delayed construction, pushing the opening until the end of August.

“We’re going full steam ahead,” he said. “We should have a building pretty quick.”

Tuttle said only a few ice arenas in North America have eight rinks.

The expansion will likely increase business by 25 percent and provide additional opportunities, such as allowing more teams to play, the addition of a curling club and attracting bigger national and global hockey tournaments.

The facility will host the USA Girls National Championships next year, in part, due to the expansion, said Tuttle.

“We’ve got eight rinks all in one location,” he said. “It’s going to be a pretty unique tournament.”

Tuttle said the tournament will attract thousands of players from across the country and be a boon to the city’s hotels and restaurants. He estimated between 6,500 and 7,000 hotel rooms will be reserved during the tournament.

Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Susanne Morreale-Leeber last year estimated the center is responsible for the rental of about 30,000 hotel rooms each year.

by posted 04/12/2017
Versatile Hockey

Versatile Hockey has the following upcoming events for CMO players






Additional clinics posted at Versatile Hockey


by posted 04/07/2017
2017-2018 USAH #

2017-2018 USAH numbers are available beginning 4/1/17.  The new numbers will be required for any registrations for next season.  






by posted 04/01/2017
NEW PHL coaches added for the 2017-2018 season


The Central Mass Outlaws have announced the addition of new coaches for the 2017-18 season.  

2003 - Jaymie Harrington

Born and raised in Sterling, Massachusetts, Harrington was a standout player at St. John's High School in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. As a senior captain, Harrington helped lead St. John's to the 1999 MA Division 1 State Championship.  Was an HNIB All Scholastic and Major Showcase Standout throughout his high school career alongside fellow Crow's Coach Jeremy Wilson.  Following St. John's, Harrington played for the Boston Jr. Bruins EJHL in 99-00, Dubuque Fighting Saints USHL 00-01, and the Chicago Steel USHL 01-02.  Harrington earned a scholarship to Iona College NCAA Division 1 where he transferred to Canisius College Atlantic Hockey after Iona discontinued the Men's Hockey Program following his freshmen year.  Following a successful collegiate career at Canisius, Harrington went from one side of the bench to the other and moved on to Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH.  Over the next seven years, Harrington led Franklin Pierce to numerous awards and program records, as he worked to rebuild a struggling program, including the 2012-13 Northeast 10 Coach of the Year Award. Coach Harrington transitioned to the Junior Hockey level following the 14-15 season and coached within the Boston Junior Bruins Organization, as well as, teaching local skills clinics throughout Massachusetts. Harrington holds two education degrees, a B.S. in Physical Education and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction.


2003 - Ivan Moore

Ivan Moore was a defenseman at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) from 1988-1992 and was team captain for the engineers in 1992, when RPI made it to the Frozen Four.  From 2000-2004, he was an assistant coach at RPI.  He has served on the Board of Directors of the Demons Youth Hockey Association and is heavily involved in youth hockey.


2006 - Derek Mulligan

The Outlaws are happy to announce that Derek Mulligan will be coaching the U11 (2006) AAA Premier team for the 2016-17 season.  Coach Mulligan has been the primary assistant coach with the 2006 squad for the past 2 years and prior to that served as Head Coach for the Junior Crusaders. Mulligan brings a lifelong hockey passion to the team.  He grew up in Pittsburgh, playing for Central Catholic High School where he was a standout defenseman and senior captain of the Vikings. Mulligan has lived in MA for the past 17 years and currently resides in Grafton, MA with his wife, son and 2 daughters. Mulligan's coaching philosophy focuses on building strong hockey skills on the ice, and building good character off it.  


2007 - Joel Idelson

Idelson grew up in Framingham MA, and a life ling hockey player since the age of 5....still playing today. 14 years of coaching experience at all levels from Beginners - High School with a track record of developing hockey players and preparing them to reach their full potential on and off the ice. Coaching most recently in the 2016/17 season - U10 in Framingham, U16 Outlaws Elite (with Coach Joe Macinnis), and U16 South Shore Kings. Idelson has three boys, two of which currently playing hockey: Grady (U10) and Joseph, (freshman at Catholic Memorial.) 

Idelson is the on-camera host of the "New England Hockey Journal",  a weekly TV series on NESN covering the top hockey prospects, prep schools, private schools, junior hockey, and NHL stars in New England . Additionally, he will host a new show coming to the NHL Network in the fall of 2017 that will cover the nations top division one hockey schools and next wave of talent to hit the NHL.




Outlaw tryouts continue this week.  Registration is up and running now at www.outlawshockey.com

We are looking for coaches at all levels and divisions if interested please   or complete the coaching application.

by posted 03/11/2017