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News

 RHL Scorekeeping is now servicing HNA but  open to  youth teams anybody looking for scorekeeping please contact us for quotes and information! 


RHL Fall Programs Underway

November 3, 2015 – 10:00 AM

 RHL  Sport programs underway. We are offering all sports,  aquatics and much more. We provide instruction, games, vacation programs and much more.

 

Sports we offer

  • Hockey
  • Football
  • Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Dryland Traning 
  •  Boxing
  • Skateboarding and much more

 RHL Sports is still finalizing special events, once everything is finalized we will announce it. Stay tuned for updates!


Pools Opening Full Time June 20, 2015

June 16, 2015 – 06:00 PM

 All pool locations will be opening full time Monday,  June 20th 2015. We  are very  fortunate to have hired  the best staff for the 2015 summer season!! 


Summer Programs 2015 Update

May 24, 2015 – 09:00 AM

 We are still finalizing our 2015 summer programs. Please check back on June 15th for full updated programs!!


Enrollment Open for Olympic Aquatics for All Programs for the 2015 Season

May 24, 2015 – 08:15 AM

 Olympic  Aquatics is  still offering all services for the 2015 season Below is what we offer for this  2015 swim season.

 

  • Lifeguarding for Private Pool Parties
  • Swim Lessons
  • Swim Team Development
  • Opening and Closing of Pools and much more!!!

 

 

 For more information please visit our website at www.olympic-aquatics.com


Opening Day A Success for Olympic Aquatics

May 24, 2015 – 08:00 AM

 Olympic Aquatics  opened all locations with a huge success with all of our pool locations. We are very fortunate to have great staff, great property administration and tenants!!!


Lifeguard Applications still Avalibale for Summer 2015

April 15, 2015 – 07:30 PM

 Olympic Aquatics, a division of RHL Sports is still accepting applications for RHL Sports.  Lifeguards must be at least 15 years of age and must be dedicated, responsible and motivated. All applicants should contact Kory, CEO or Staffing  Director, Tyler at (862)591-9958


YMCA DAy Vacation Camp Complete Success

April 15, 2015 – 07:00 PM

 YMCA Vacation camp Complete Success. Children learned  techniques, sportsmanship. teamwork during a hockey class at the YMCA of Garfield. Children enjoyed themselves while learning a new sport. We will also be participating in Healthy Kids Day Camp  Saturday, April 25th. come out and for a great day at the YMCA in Garfield


Spring Programs Underway

April 15, 2015 – 06:50 PM

 All spring Programs underway.   All  sports are currently being offered including hockey, baseball, swimming etc. For more information, please contact Kory Hiller.CEO for more information


Lifeguard Classes Forming Now

March 17, 2015 – 12:30 PM

 Any new or returning lifeguards who needs to certify or re0certify please contact us!  We are forming classes now for the spring  and all classes are  held in Bergen County. Classes will contact LGT, First-Aid, CPR , AED. Must be at least 15 years of age to enroll in any course.

 

For anyone who is now 15 years of age we will be offering junior guard programs for anyone  for 5th - 8th grade. For more information please contact us at (845)570-1047.


Lifeguards Needed for 2015 Season

March 17, 2015 – 12:15 PM

 Olympic  Aquatics is always in need of lifeguards and will be needing  lifeguards for a day camp as well for the 2015 swim season!  If you are atleast 15 years of age and  intrested in working as a lifeguard please contact us  for more information.

 

 


Olympic Aquatics/ Summer 2015

March 17, 2015 – 12:00 PM

 Olympic  Aquatics a division of RHL Sports will be retuning for the 2015 summer season. For more information please call ( (845)-570-1047 or visit us on the web at www.olympic-aquatics.com

  • New Programs
  • New Staff
  • Great  Programs

Summer Community Action Programs 2015

March 17, 2015 – 11:45 AM

 RHL will once again be offering summer programs to day camps, summer enrichment programs and much more.  We have a numerous of programs, so please contact us  to book your  summer program with us.Below are highlights.

 

  •  Professional  Athlete
  •  RHL Administration and Support  Staff
  •  Giveaways for Children
  •  Set-up and Breakdown by RHL
  •  Question and Answer Session

 

 

  For more information contact RHL at (845)570-1047 or download our  attachment for  Community Action Programs.


Vacation Camps 2015

March 17, 2015 – 11:30 AM

RHL Sports will be offering vacation sports camp in NJ and NYC. For more information please contact  RHL Sports at   (845)-570-1047. We will  be offering sports programs and snacks will be provided.  Must have at least 10  children to run this program. Weather Permitting, since programs are outside.


Spring Programs Update

March 17, 2015 – 11:15 AM

RHL Sports  will once again be offering baseball, soccer, football, swimming and much more for all of our spring programs.  Don't see a program that we offer? NO PROBLEM, then contact  the RHL. We offer all sports s and customize all programs. No commitment and dedication and pay as you go!! We will also be offering programs for spring break and Easter Break. For more information please contact RHL Sports at (845)-570-1047.

 

 


Trips 2015

March 17, 2015 – 11:00 AM

 RHL Sports  are planning numerous of trips for this spring they include  Museums, Zoo's, Sporting Events and  a trip to Mountain Creek Water Park! For more information please contact RHL Sports at (845)-70-1047.


Spring 2015

February 4, 2015 – 07:00 PM

 Spring information coming soon! check back for updates!!

 

  • New Programs!
  • New Staff
  • Same Values!!

Lifeguards and Aquatic Staff Needed for 2015

February 4, 2015 – 06:30 PM

 Olympic Aquatics is in need of lifeguards and other staff.  We will be hiring lifeguards, swim instructors.  supervisors.  and much more. For more information please visit our aquatics website at www.olympic-aquatics.com


Community Programs 2015

February 4, 2015 – 06:15 PM

 RHL Sports is always willing to help those in need and to offer programs to those who are less fortunate.  If you are a non-profit organization and are looking for sports or aquatic programs, please contact us to set-up an appointment for more information. We will come to you!!


Skating and Hockey Programs Now Avalibale

February 4, 2015 – 06:00 PM

RHL Sports is now offering  skating and hockey lessons. Skating lessons will take place weekends in NYC though March 24, 2015

 

Hockey lessons are always available for both NJ and NYC. Locations will vary depending on weather and other factors.

 

Program Fee: $40.00 Returning

                       $50.00 NEW

 

Instructor : Chris Zaragoza

 

For more information please contact Kory Hiller at (845)304-1091  for program  information!


Hockey and Skating Lessons Now Available

November 4, 2014 – 03:00 PM

 RHL will once again be offering hockey and skating lessons . All lessons  will take place at an  ice hockey rink, outdoor rink roller hockey rink, etc. Instructors will teach the fundamentals of hockey, rules of the game and much more. For more information please contact Kory Hiller, CEO at Khiller@hockeymail.com


Fall Programs Still Taking Registration

October 8, 2014 – 12:15 PM

RHL Sports is till accepting registration for all fall programs. We offer after school, weekend and school vacation programs for all levels and abilities.  For more information, please contact Kory Hiller, CEO at (845)570-1047.

 

 


Community and After School Sports Programs Still Available for the Fall of 2014

October 8, 2014 – 12:15 PM

RHL sports community programs are still available to all youth organizations. We offer sports programs to all youth organizations,  schools and more in both sports and community programs.

 

Community Program Highlights

  • Special Guest Speakers
  • Giveaways
  • Interactive Activity

 

Sports Program Highlights 

  • Units
  • Fundamentals
  • Games
  • Scrimmages
  • Special Events

 

For more information and to inquire about booking events and scheduling programs please contact Kory Hiller, CEO at (845)570-1047.


Scorekeeping Services Still Available to Public

October 8, 2014 – 12:10 PM

Any teams who are in need of scorekeepers for the 2014-2015 season are to contact RHL  Sports. We offer professional, reliable and affordable services. All scorekeepers are trained both the clock and scoresheets. For more information please contact Kory Hiller,CEO at (845)570-1047 for more information. 


HNA Opening Day Set for October 19, 2014

October 8, 2014 – 10:00 PM

RHL will once again be servicing HNA for the 8th consecutive year. Opening day is set for sunday, October 19, 2014. Any teams who are still in need of scorekeepers are to contact the RHL for more information.


HNA Opening Day Set for October 19, 2014

October 8, 2014 – 10:00 PM

RHL will once again be servicing HNA for the 8th consecutive year. Opening day is set for sunday, October 19, 2014. Any teams who are still in need of scorekeepers are to contact the RHL for more information.


Scoekeeping Serives for the Fall

September 3, 2014 – 05:15 PM

Any youth or adult team who is looking for Scorekeeping Services contact RHL Sports. We provide the best customer service and scorekeeping services in the tr-state area.  No club is to small,we offer affordable prices and take the pressure of teams who are in need of scorekepers. No distance is to far!

 

Highlights

  • Professional Score keeping
  • Affordable Princes
  • Pay Per Game
  • Customer Service Orientated Employees
  • Hockey Experience
  • Supervisor   Visits
  • Tournament Scorekeepers Available

 

For More information please contact Kory Hiller, CEO at (845)304-1091 or you can email him at Khiller@hockeymail.com.

 

 


LAP Program Will Return for the Fall

August 20, 2014 – 06:40 PM

 The LAP Program will return for the fall of 2014. The Leadership Apprentice Program which Stands for ( L.A.P,)  is for any child 13 years and older. This program gives middle school students a chance to work and interact with younger children as well as participate and work all special events and functions. LAP participants can  work after-school, weekends and  for vacation camps and programs. For more information please contact  Kory Hiller,. CO at (845)-570-1047.

 

Highlights

  • Uniform
  • Free admittance to Special Events
  • Experience Working With Children
  • Life and Core Values Taught
  • Certificate of Program  Participation

2014 Fall Programs Now Avalibale

August 18, 2014 – 01:30 PM

Hockey Fall Programs will  begin  September 2, 2014. We will be offering  programs on weekends, after-school, school vacation  program and  sports program for early school dismissals.

 

Fall Program Guide will be available by August 29th 2014- For complete program guide, please contact RHL Sports

 

Programs that will be offered is as follows:

  • Hockey Clinic/Lessons
  • Goaltending Hockey Clinics/ Lessons
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Dryland/Fitness Training and more.

 

For more information please contact Kory Hiller by calling him at (845)-570-1047 or (845)304-1091.

 

 

 

 


YMCA of Garfield Hockey League Conclusion

August 15, 2014 – 05:40 PM

The RHL would like to thank all  players and captains who played in the league this season. A job well done to all players and captains who made this league possible.  Look for fall leagues and information to come soon!


Breakfast Club Completes Mircale Season at 5-0 to Capture Sizzler Cup

August 15, 2014 – 05:29 PM

The Breakfast Club are American  Conference and Sizzler Cup Champions. The Breakfast played well as a team and played disciplined  hockey  and  would capture the Sizzler Cup  Championship. Congratulations to the  Breakfast club on this accomplishment. The Breakfast club would  play their hardest and would complete a clean  sweep of a score of 12-6. Congratulations to  their captain Luis Sanchez and all his players on a well job well done. 


Breakfast Club Pull Off A Thriller to Capture Sizzler Cup 7-6.

August 15, 2014

In a thriller game it would be the Breakfast Club who would face the Skulls in a high tensity game. The game started out with The Breakfast club  starting out strong and would not back down and would score three goals in 2:45 minute span to take a 3-0 lead, two coming on the power play.  The Skulls would get several attempts to try  to score but could not find the back of the net. The    Breakfast club would not let up and would score two more goals to take a 5-0. In the second period both teams would  have scoring changes and were unable to score and as the period came to a close the Breakfast club would be up 5-0. In the third period,  the Skulls would not be embarrassed and would get a score a minute into the period to  cut down the Breakfast club lead to 5-1, The skulls were not go down quietly and would score  3 goals in 5:41 span to cut the lead to 5-3.  The Breakfast would respond back with 4 more goals and take a 9-4 lead.  The Skulls still were not done yet and would  score  2 more goals to cut the lead to 9-6.  As the game was getting close the Breakfast club  turned up the heat and would score three goals in a 2:41 span to take a 12-6 lead and as the final whistle blew the Breakfast  club would complete the clean sweep of a score of 12-6  to capture the Sizzler Cup Championship.

 


Sizzler Cup Preview

August 14, 2014 – 04:00 PM

Sizzler Cup Preview

 

Sizzler Cup Championship - 10:00AM

 

Skulls- (3-0) Under dog   National

A team that has great defense and offensive power.  Can win if they stay out of the box.  Must play defense and not give up if they want to win the cup!

     

 

             VS

 

Breakfast Club  ( 3-0)  Favorite- American

 

Highly favorite to win. Not afraid to move in and  take chances when down. Has dominated the season every game and will not back down from any opponent. Must play penalty free if they want a clean sweep.


Skulls Shock Dream Team, Wins National Conference Championship and Advance to Finals

August 14, 2014 – 03:30 PM

 In the  National Conference Championship Game it would be the Skulls going head to head vs the Dream Team. Both teams  played well.  The  Dream team would be 2 for 2 on special teams and would take a commanding 3-0 lead in the   second  but in second and  third period the Skulls would come back from behind and would  and would score three unanswered goals and  would tie the game. The game tying goal would be  by Gonzolo the youngest player in the league to tie the game at 3.-3 and send this game to overtime . In overtime the Skulls would end the Dream teams season  10 seconds in overtime  by a goal by Nigah with a 20 footer to take a 4-3 victory and advance to the  Sizzler Cup Finals against the Breakfast Club.


Breakfast Club Wins American Conference Championship and Advances to The Sizzer Cup Finals

August 14, 2014 – 03:14 PM

 In the American Conference Championship,The Breakfast club would face the Destroyers in a  high scoring game and fast paced game.  The Breakfast club  was a team effort and veteran victory as their elite players would score goals. The Destroyers came to play and would not go down easily as they would back from behind from a 3-1 after the first period to tie and send this game into overtime the game but the Breakfast would prove why they are on fire and would score an overtime winner with a 2 on 1 to end the Destroyers season and advance to the finals.  The Breakfast Club advances to Fridays Championship game  on Friday.


Conference Finals Preview

August 13, 2014 – 09:45 PM

National Conference

(1)  Skulls ( 3-0)

A team that continued to shock everybody must stay disciplined hockey

 

         VS   

 

(3) (Dream Team (0-3)

A high contender to win the championship with an upset win over the Thunders but must stay out of the penalty box to be victorious.

 

 

American Conference

 

(1) The Breakfast Club A powerhouse team that  finished the season first and won the best  regular season record and is a team that can outscore and outplay teams

 

          VS      

 

(3) The Destroyers

A huge shock of late and can be a contender for the championship if they  score early

 

 

 


Destroyers Hold On To A 4-3 Win Over All-Stars

August 13, 2014 – 09:00 AM

In a close match-up the Destroyers would face the All Stars in a very competitive game and a very high penalty type of game. This game started out with both teams trying to play smart hockey  and trying to get onto the scoreboard early. The Allstars would score first early with a rebound that would find the back of the net to take a 1-0 lead. The All-stars were not done yet and would score again with a fifty footer to take a 2-0 and as as the period came to a close  the All-stars took a 2-0 lead. As the second period began, both teams tried to battle  for positioning but the goaltenders were at its best.  The All Stars would score midway though the second period with a shot in front to take a 3-0 lead. Two minutes later the Destroyers would get on the board with a  power- play goal to cut the  All-Stars lead to 3-1. The Destroyers were not done yet and would  score a goal yet again, this one being another power-play goal to cut the lead the All stars 3-2. The All stars would get a chance to score on a breakaway but the shot was wide and as as the period came to a close the All stars were up by a goal. In the the third period the Destroyers would not back down and would score the tying goal three minutes in with a deflection to tie the game at 3-3. With the score tied at 3-3 both teams knew what they had to do and the Destroyers would  score the game winner under two minutes to take a 4-3 victory over the All stars and the Destroyers would now advance to the American Conference Championship.


Dream Pounces Over Thunder and Advances to Conference Championship

August 13, 2014 – 08:30 AM

In  the National  Playoff game the Dream Team would face a very powerful  Thunders  team.  Right off the start both teams were hungry to score first and would get chances early but neither team would capitalize. Later in the first period the dreamteam would score on a partial breakaway to take a 1-0 lead. Later in the period the Dream team would score  again on a deflection to take a 3 lead and as the period came to a close the Dream team was up 3-0. In  the second period thee Dream team would not hold back and would  score two shorthanded goals  in a span of 1:01 which would set a league record to take a commanding 4-0 lead. The  Thunders would score a lone goal in the third but that was not enough as the Dreamteam would take this huge victor and would  advance them to the National  Conference Championship.

 

 


Playoffs League Preview 2014

August 10, 2014 – 12:30 PM

Playoff Preview 2014

 

National Conference Preview

 

Skulls (1)

Finished in first place 3-0 in the regular season and has a direct bye to the National Conference Championship. A team that  has surprised everybody can can win the National Conference Championship and Sizzler up if they stay focused.

 

Semi-Finals

 

Thunders (2)

Finished the season 0-2 and will face the  Dream Team in the Semi-finals. A team that plays defense and playing defense is there key in the semifinals to advance to the conference championship 

 

Dream Team (3)

Finished the season 0-3 and will face the Thunders in the Semi-finals. This team can shock all if they stay out  of the penalty box. Must play smart and disciplined hockey. 

 

American Conference

 

Breakfast CLub (1)

Finished in first place and will advance to the American Conference Championship. This team is the  favorite to  win it all.   This team has also won games from behind and without there captain and plays very well together.

 

Semi-Finals

 

All-Stars (2) 

Finished the season 3-1 and will face the Destroyers in the Semi-finals. A team that is youngest team in the league  and is the hungriest for a championship. This team has great goaltending, defense and offense and if they play their cards right they will be a contender for the Sizzler Cup.

 

The Destroyers (3) 

 

Finished the season 1-3 and will face the All-Stars in the Semi-finals.  This team is coming off a overtime win and if they stay focused and play as one they have a chance to advance to the finals.  

 

 

 

 

 

 


Playoffs Schedule

August 10, 2014 – 12:00 PM

Semi-Finals                                      Conference  Championship                                      Sizzler Cup Championship

National

                                                                    Skulls  vs                                                         American Conference Winner

(2) Thunders                                             Winner of 2/3                   

            vs 

(3) Dream  Team                                                                 

                    

American

                                                                 Breakfast Club vs

(2) All Stars                                              Winner of 2/3                                                      National Conference Winner 

           vs 

(3) The Destroyers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Destroyers Earn First WIn 10-9 in Overtime

August 10, 2014 – 10:00 AM

In the last regular season of the season the Thunders would face the Destroyers in a high pace scoring game. This game featured three periods of high scoring action with the lead changing numerous of times. The score would change hands 5 times throughout the game but the game would be tied under 20 seconds left to play by a rebound goal by the Destroyers to tie the game at 9-9, to send the game to overtime. Both teams would get chances  early on in overtime to score but both  teams were denied by excellent goaltending.  This game looked it was going to head to a shootout but with under three minutes to go in the overtime period the Destroyers would put away the Thunders with a  scramble in front to take a 10-9  win and earn two points heading into next weeks playoffs. 


Playofffs Information

August 7, 2014 – 06:45 PM

Next weeks playoffs information will be posted on Monday, August 11th.\ Check Back for Details!

 

 


All Stars Bounce Back To Win Thriller Over Thunders in Overtime of A Score of 5-4

August 7, 2014 – 06:15 PM

The All-Stars were eager to head back to the rink to take on a powerful team the Thunders with new players they looked shaped and focused they looked like a brand new team. The All stars did not waste any time and would score with 10 seconds in to take a 1-0 lead and they would not stop there and would score again  two minutes later to take a 2-0 lead. The Thunder would get a chance to score on a breakaway but the All- Stars goaltender and new captain Darryl R. would make a great save to keep the Thunder off the scoreboard.  The      All stars would get a 2-1 break and would score again to take a commanding 3-0 lead. The Thunders would  not be embarrassed and would score a goal under a minute left to cut the  All-Stars lead to 3-1. With only 10 seconds left the Thunders would yet score again to cut the lead to a one goal lead in favor of the  All-stars and as the period came to a close the All-Stars were up to a score of 3-2. In the second both teams would fight hard and pay its hardest and would score one a goal piece and as the period came to a close the Thunders were trailing by 1. In the third period  both teams were hungry to get a win and with the score getting close both teams played careful hockey. The third period featured a period of careful hockey and the Thunder would yet score another goal midway to tie the game at 3-3. A minute later the All stars would bounce back and score  a breakaway goal to take a 4-3 lead.  The Thunders would not go down easy and would tie the game back up a minute later to tie the game at 4-4 and once again we were heading into overtime.In overtime  both teams were on the defense but with 2 minutes in the  All stars would put this game away and would score a goal  and with a  take a 5-4 victory into next weeks playoffs


Skulls Remain Underfeated withn Win over The Destoryers 2-1

August 7, 2014 – 06:00 PM

Skulls would battle the last place team the Destroyers and would play anything like a last place team. The first  period featured shots on net with both teams getting chances to score and as the first period came to a close the game was tied at 1-1. The second period the Destroyers had a chance to score but the Skulls would not let up and midway through the period the Skulls would capitalize on a deflection to take a 1-0 lead. The Destroyers would get a chance to score and as the period came to an end the Skulls were up by 1. As the third period started both teams wanted to keep there opponent close and the the Destroyers would get on the scoreboard with 2 minutes left on a rebound to tie the game at 1-1 and as the game came to a close we were tied at one. In overtime no body would score and we would head to a shootout. The Skulls would  score 3 times in the shootout and would win the shootout round 3-2 and take a 2-1 victory and finish the season 3-0 heading into next weeks playoffs.


RHL at YMCA of Garfield This Fall

August 5, 2014 – 06:00 PM

The RHL will be offering  programs at the YMCA of Garfield this Fall. For more information, please contact RHL SPorts.  AS we get more information we will post it.


Skulls Remain Underfeated at 3-0 With Win Over Dream Team

August 5, 2014 – 05:45 PM

 The second game of this double header  eatured game that was a northern conference divisional battle. Both teams played well and testing  each-others skills. In the first period, the Skulls would score on a goal with a pass in front to take a 1-0 lead.  Later in the period, the  Skulls would score a  power-play goal to tie the game at 1-1. With the score 1-1 both  teams would play incredible defense. In the second period both teams would play very tight defense and no team was unable to score.  In the third period both teams seemed to play even tighter defense until midway though period and the Skulls the would score on a bouncing puck to take a 2-1 lead.  The Skulls would not back down and would score another 2 goals to to take a 4-1 lead. The Dream team would try  score again but would not get the opportunity and  as the final whistle blew the Skulls would get another win and advance to 2-0 as the Dream team would drop to 0-3.

 

 


Breakfast Club Stuns All- Stars 2-0 in a first Place Battle in the Southern Conference

August 5, 2014 – 05:30 PM

Today's game was the battle of  Southern conference on a very hot afternoon day. This game would feature both the Breakfast Club and the All stars at 2-0. Both teams  played  equally well  defense which was the key in the game but the  Breakfast would score a pair of goals in the first period to win the game of a a score of 2-0. This game was also a key  game and both teams could play each other again next week in the conference championship . This game also had top notch goaltending and the Breakafast Club goaltender would not back down. and  they would earn three points and still remain undefeated and take a 3-0 lead.

 

The Player of the game was Goaltender Gabreila from the Breakfast Club who stopped all 16 shots of the Breakfast Club

 

 

 

 


YMCA Players of the week

August 1, 2014 – 05:29 PM

 

Below Are Players of the week.

 

Gabriela R from The Dream Team

Luis Sanchez- The Breakfast Club

Nigah Williams- The Destroyers

Kalil F-  All Stars

Sean L.- Skulls

 

 


Breakfast Club Shut Out the Destoryers 4-0

August 1, 2014 – 05:00 PM

In the second double header of  today it would be the Breakfast Club who would be  batting the Destroyers who wanted to  get a point today but the Breakfast Club  would be unstoppable and would gain another three points and head into the weekend 2-0. The Breakfast club came out onto the rink determined to  play hard and win hard and would score 10 seconds in by there captain to take 1-0 lead. Later in the first period, the  Breakfast Club would take a commanding 2-0 lead with a 20 footer wrist shot to take a 2-0 lead. As we entered the second period both teams would play tight defense and no body would score.  Later in the  third Nathaniel  T would score o a pair of goals in 1:14 seconds span to take a 4-0 lead and as the game came to a close the Breakfast  Club would finish 2-0  and first in their division to a 4-0 victory.


All Stars Blow Away Dream Team 6-1

August 1, 2014 – 04:00 PM

Today the  All Stars would battle the Dream Team a veteran team of athletes and skills. Both teams would battle a hard game but the All Stars would dominate  this game and would walk away victorious in a 6-1 win. The game started out  fast paced as both teams wanted to take advantage and get onto to the scoreboard. The  All stars a much younger team would not be pushed around and would take the  lead on a pair of goals from their captain to take a 2-0 lead.  With the score 2-0 the Dream needed knew they needed to score and that  is exactly what they  did and would score a goal with a rewound to cut the  All starts lead in half  to 2-1.  Later in the game, the Dream team would take a double minor penalty and the All stars would capitalize on the 4 minute man advantage to take a 4-1 lead. The All stars would again score in the third period to take 6-1 lead and as the final whistle blew the  All stars would  get another three points and would head into the weekend 2-0 and would remain first place in the league.

 

 


All Stars Double Up The Destorers 6-3

July 31, 2014 – 06:00 PM

The All stars would take to the rink vs the Destroyers  in the afternoon matinee. Both teams were on fire but the  All-Stars were to hot to handle. The  Alll-stars would get on the board first within 10 secondswith a shot in front of the net to take a 1-0 lead. Both teams would try to score but would not score again in the period. The  Destroyers would take tie the game at 1-1 with a  rebound. as the game was tied 1-1 both  teams would play incredible defense. The game  stayed and 1-1 until the All stars would score 2 more goals in a period of 1:05 seconds to take a 4-1 lead. In the third period the All stars would  once again score three goals in a period of 2:15 span to take a 6-1 lead.The Destroyers would not  go down without a fight and would score  two goals with under  5 minutes to  cut the All stars lead to  6-3 but that was not enough as the defense was top notch and as  the final whistle blew the All-stars would defeat the  Destroyers of  a score of 6-3.


Breakfast Club Blasts Pasts the Thunders of 6-1

July 31, 2014 – 05:00 PM

The Breakfast Club took the rink to the debt view vs the Thunder today in Garfield and shocked everybody by  dominating the Thunders by a score of 6-1.  In the first period it was a slow pace game as both teams were batting position and fighting for the puck. Both teams tried to  catch up with one another as both  teams played great defense but in the second period the Breakfast would get on the board with a goal from Matthew K with a one timer shot that found the back of the net to take a 1-0 lead.  The Breakfast would  score 5 goals in the third to take a 6-0 lead. The Thunders would not go down quietly and would score a breakaway  under five mints to play and as the game came to a close the  Breakfast club would  get a win and  get three points and a solid victory.

 

 


YMCA Youth League A Success With Skulls Capturing Fist Win Over Dream Team

July 30, 2014 – 06:30 PM

The YMCA   youth League opened with a bang with the Skulls pulling off  in the  final seconds with  the score of 11-10  over the Dream Team.  This game featured a very game with alot of opportunities  from both sides. The game featured with  the score changing numbers of times  and was a high  scoring game. The Dream teams  goals were lead by Albert and Matthew who combined  for a total of 10 goals and notching 15 points between  each other as for the Skulls they were lead by Luis S who  scored the game winner with under 3 minutes  remaining  and put a bouncing puck behind the  net to take  the 11-10 lead.  In goal was Gabriela who stood tall and blocked two great shots to deny the  Dream team of tying the goal and sending the game to overtime.  As  the  final whistle blew the  Skulls held onto a 11-10 victory over the  Dream  Team.

 

 

 

 


YMCA of Garfield League Information

July 21, 2014 – 02:30 PM

The RHL will be hosting and sanctioning  leagues for the YMCA of  Garfield. All league information, news, stats, schedules and more will be found and posted on this website. Please check back for more information.


Olympic Aquatics Providing Lifeguarding Services for Summer of 2014

July 13, 2014 – 12:30 PM

Olympic Aquatics is providing lifeguard services and swim lessons for Quail Heights Apartments. All lifeguards and instructors are proffesiona, resonsible and have great customer service skills.  We look forwaed to working with Quail Heights and all its tenats and members.


RHL at YMCA of Garfield Camps for Summer of 2014

July 13, 2014 – 12:15 PM

The RHL will be providing instruction and leagues at the YMCA Camps of Garfield this summer. We will also be setting up leagurs for more information contact the YMCA or the RHL as well as out facebook page.  Check back for more information! 


Olympic Aquatics Expanded for Deleware

June 12, 2014 – 10:30 AM

Olympic Aquatics has now expanded to  Delaware. For program information and pricing, please visit us at www.olympic-aquatics.com.


Olympic Aquatics Expansion For Summer 2014

June 7, 2014 – 11:45 AM

Olympic  Aquatics now offering programs in NJ, NY, CT, PA and FL  and expanding by the day! National launch comming soon. Stay tuned and check back for updates.


Olympic Aquatics Now Offering Programs at Sherbooke/ Eiffel Towers For Summer of 2014

June 5, 2014 – 12:00 PM

Olympic Aquatics will be offering programs at the Sherbooke and Eiffel towers for the summer of 2014. Programs that will be offered will be learn to swim programs. swim team development, adult programs,  lifeguard service programs and more.  To be eligible for any programs, you must be a resident of either the Sherbooke or Eiffel Towers.


Olympic Aquatics Now On Facebook

June 5, 2014 – 11:00 AM

Olympic Aquatics is now on facebook, check us out on  https://facebook.com/pages/Olympic-Aquatic/697475493652357


Olympic Aquatics Offering Full Aquatic Programs for Summer of 2014 at Quail Heights

June 2, 2014 – 03:14 PM

Olympic Aquatics now working with Quail Heights Apartments. Olympic Aquatics is proud to announce that  we are now working Quail City Apartments. We will be offering, swim lessons, swim team development, adult classes and programs and lifeguard services. To be eligible for this program you must be a resident of the building and pay the pool membership.


Olympic Aquatics Program Open for All Programs

May 29, 2014 – 04:31 PM

Olympic Aquatics is  open for registration for swim team development, swim lessons, and  pool party services. For more information and  to register your child, please contact  RHL  Sports at (845)570-1047.


RHL Hockey Camp at YMCA of Garfield

May 29, 2014 – 04:30 PM

The RHL will be offering  a hockey camp at the YMCA of Garfield this summer. Children will learn  bascis skills and other core values in this programs.  This program will be offered  July 14, 16, 18,21,23, and 25th. For more information, please contact RHL Sports at (845)570-1047.


RHL at the YMCA of Hackensack for Summer of 2014

May 29, 2014 – 04:10 PM

The RHL will be offering  hockey programs for the YMCA of Hackensack this summer  starting July 12th- 16th.  Children will learn the fuandmentals of hockey, team work and other core vaules in this program. For more information, please contact  RHL Sports at (845)570-1047.


Lifeguard Course Now Avalibale for Week of June 9th

May 29, 2014 – 04:00 PM

Olympic Aquatics a division of RHL Sports will be offering a lifeguard couse at the  Montvale Swim Club  the week of June 9th. For more information, please  contact RHl Sports at (845)570-1047


Lifeguard Course Now Avalibale

May 7, 2014 – 01:10 PM

 Olympic Aquatics is accepting information for  the 2014 Lifeguard courses.  We  are offering full certification as well as re-certification courses.  Courses will begin the week of June 9th. For more information please call Kory Hiller CEO at (845)304-1091 for more information. Once we have  dates and times we post it both on the main website and the Olympic Aquatics website.


Olympic Aquatics Program Open for Registration

May 7, 2014 – 01:00 PM

Olympic Aquatics is now booking pool parties and  swim lessons. For more information , please visit Olympic Aquatics at www.olympic-aquatics.com.  There you will find full program information. We are  now approaching prime season so call today  to enroll for the 20014 swim season.


RHL Hockey Camp at YMCA of Garfield Open for Registration

April 28, 2014 – 03:30 PM

Registration for the RHL Hockey Camp at the  YMCA of Garfield is now open.  Below is detail information and please remember this is YMCA sanctioned event the RHL is just running a camp for  the YMCA.

 

Location: YMCA of Garfield

Address: 33 Outwater Lane, Garfield NJ 07026

Dates: July 14, 16, 18, 21, 23 and 25th. (6 Sessions)

Times: 6:00PM - 7:00PM

Cost: YMCA  $40.00 Members - $60.00 Non-Members

(To register please contact the YMCA of Garfield at (973)-772-7450)

 

 


Birthday EXPO Scheduled for May 3, 2014

April 28, 2014 – 03:15 PM

The RHL will be attending and participating in a birthday expo on May 3, 2014.  Admission is only  $3.00 and for that price it will include all access to vendors, mothers market and more. We will  at booth number #13!

 

Event Venue

St.  Catherine of Bologna

111 Erskine Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456

(8:30AM - Noon)


YMCA of Garfield Was A Huge Success

April 28, 2014 – 03:00 PM

The  RHL Made its first second appearace at the YMCA of Garfield for Kids Heath  Day. The RHL was on hand to teach children hockey skills and drills.  Instructors who lead this event was Jason V from Tenafly, Brandon L from Closter, and Mike L from Palisades Park. These instructors taught these children about passing, shooting, stick-handling and more. We had all ages on hand and everybody had a great time.  One mother even quoted to an RHL administrator  "I never been so impressed on how patience and kind how all RHL instructors are and how well they worked with the children" The RHL will be hosting a specialty camp this summer . For more information, please contact RHL at (845)570-1047  or the YMCA of  Garfield.


YMCA Hockey Class A Success- April 16, 2014

April 17, 2014 – 08:30 AM

The hockey class at the YMCA of Hackensack was a huge success. The RHL taught a hockey class on April 16, 2014 for the School out program hosted by the YMCA. Teaching this class was Danny Margulies from Teaneck who is the director of hockey operations for the RHL Danny Margulies taught skills and drills to children from 4 years old through 7th grade. In this class sportsmanship, teamwork and other skills were also taught to the children. All the children looked to have alot of fun and the counselors and all the staff were extremely helpful. We look forward to participating and running more hockey programs at the YMCA of Hackensack.


Spring Newsletter Now Available

April 7, 2014 – 06:00 PM

RHL Express which is the official  publication of the RHL Sports is now available. In this publication you will find useful information, program updates and more. To request a copy, please contact me at (845)570-1047.


Hockey Camp Scheduled at the YMCA of Garfield

April 7, 2014 – 05:45 PM

The RHL will be  running a hockey camp on July 14, 16,18, 21, 23 and 25th at the YMCA of Garfield. Campers will learn rules and regulations of the game of hockey, learn skills and have the opportunity to take part in games. For more information and to enroll your child, please contact Kory Hiller at (845)570-1047.

 
Event Type: Hockey Camp
Address; 33 Outwater Lane Garfield, NJ 07026
Dates: July 14, 165, 18, 21, 23 and 25th.
Times: 6:00PM-7:00PM

 


Birthday EXPO Scheduled for Ringwood, NJ

April 7, 2014 – 05:25 PM

The RHL will be attending a birthday exp on May 3, 2014. There will be numbers of exhibitors, vendors and other child friendly organizations  who will be in attendance on that day. There will be a $3.00 admittance fee for everyone and the times are from 8:30AM- NOON!  Come up and stop by the RHL booth #13! For more information please contact Kory Hiller at (845)570-1047!

 

Event Type: Birthday Expo
Date:  Saturday, May 3, 2014
Address: 112  Erskine Road. Ringwood, NJ 07456
Times: 8:30AM- Noon
 
 
 

 

 

 


RHL to Appear at the YMCA of Garfield on April 26, 2014 for Healthy Kids Day

April 7, 2014

The RHL will be appearing at the YMCA of Garfield on April 26, 2014 for Healthy Kids Day!  We will be  teaching children the rules of hockey and basic skills, which will be a preview of our hockey camp in July. This will be held at the YMCA in Garfierld and there will be a $3.00 fee for members and a $5.00 for non-members.  For  program information, please contact Kory  Hiller.

 

Event Type: Healthy Kids Day
Date:  Saturday, April 26, 2014
Address: 33 Ourwater Lane,  Garfield NJ 07026
Times: 11:00 AM- Noon

 


RHL to Appear at the YMCA of Hackensack on April 16, 2014

April 7, 2014 – 05:15 PM

The RHL is scheduled to appear to run a hockey clinic on April 16, 2014 at the YMCA of Hackensack for School;s Out Vacation Program.  We will teaching the fundamentals and the aspects of the game of hockey. This program will be held at the YMCA of Hackensack. To enroll your child and for additional program information, please contact Kory Hiller at (845)5710-1047.

 

Event Type: Hockey Class
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2014
Address: 360 Main Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601
Times: YMCA Sanctioned event- Must enroll with YMCA for program- (RHL is supplying a service for the afternoon as a special class).

 


Olympic Aquatics Now Accepting Registration and Pool Party Booking

April 7, 2014 – 05:00 PM

Olympic Aquatics  will not accept boooking for pool parties and is also accpeting regisration for swim lessons. Olympic Aquatics offers classes for all ages and levels for swimming as well as lifeguard services for pool parties and more.

For more information please contact Kory Hiller at (845)571-1047.

 

 


Community Relation Programs Now Available for Spring and Summer of 2014

March 21, 2014 – 12:00 PM

The RHL is offering community programs for schools, after-school programs, camps and more for the spring and summer season of 2014. We have two appearances who we invite, one is  a NHL official  Mike " Boomer Geoffrion, the grandson of NY Rangers great Bernie Geoffrion. The other appearance is Gerry Zaccaria. He played pro hockey in Europe and the USA and  his team was also based upon the movie " Slap  Shop". These  special guests would speak about skills such as sportsmanship, teamwork, how hockey is applied to everyday life and more. Special clinics are also available with the program as well. RHL staff are also be  in attendance as well to assist with any programming needs and also for general assistance. Children would also bring home giveaways courtesy of the RHL. For more information please contact the RHL's CEO at (845)570-1047 or the  (845)304-1091.

 

We also offer other  athetic programs  besides hockey such as programs for field days,  pool  programs, water carnival,s  Camp Olympics,  all athletic  programs  such as Basketball, Football, Soccer, Lacrosse and more. We offer  speical  pool  events for pool programs such as races, obstacles, water events and games and more. We  also can send a DJ and a photographer/videoagrapher upon request.  For more information and booking, please  contact RHL sports.


Aquatic Programs Returning for Summer of 2014

March 14, 2014 – 04:15 PM

The RHL will once again be offering summer aquatic programs for residents which be called now be called Olympic Aquatics. The courses include:

 

-Beginner to advanced swim lessons programs

-Swim team development

-Lifeguard services for pool parties, junior lifeguard programs and other special events

-Traveling lifeguard programs such as retreats, obstacle races, triathlons and swimming races 

 

Please note: Our swimming programs are primarily offered residential but can be also taught at commercial location if requested and approved by the management.

 

For further program information or other questions, please contact Kory Hiller at (845)570-1047.

 

 

 


Spring Program Information Now Available and Will Start April 1, 2014

March 11, 2014 – 03:30 PM

Tired of the long winter as well? Well, here's the good news. Spring is finally here! And with the blue skies, new leaves and warm breezes comes a new full event calendar at the RHL. Beyond our regular hockey league, we also offer football, soccer, basetball, basketball, lacrosse and swimming leagues and courses for both  our after-school and weekend programs.

We can customize any type of sports and swimming program for all children. We also offer semi-private, private and group lessons for all programs. For complete information, please contact the RHL at (845)570-1047 or contact the CEO Kory Hiller directly at (845)304-1091.

 


Spring Information Available by March 15, 2014

February 25, 2014 – 04:45 PM

Spring program information will be available by March 14, 2014. Please check back for updates.

We are currently running at full speed to update and revise the summer 2014 event calendar, which will be released by April 1, 2014.

 

 


RHL Express Newsletter Now Available

February 4, 2014 – 02:04 AM

Attention! The RHL Express Newsletter is now available.

To receive a digital copy of the publication or for any inquiry, please do not hesitate to contact us at (845)570-1047 or by e-mail khiller@hockeymail.com.

 


Hockey fever hits Tenafly on January 13, 2014

January 13, 2014 – 10:30 AM

Hockey fever hits Tenafly: The RHL hosted a community event at one of the Tenafly elementary schools on January 13, 2013. Introduced to the ice sport hockey and its different values as well as educational and health benefits, the children further had the opportunity to participate in interactive activities and games with the RHL staff and DJ that provided the right mix of music to make this day a memorable moment. All the children were excited, energetic and very eager to play hockey and learn.

We thank the board of education for letting us put on a great presentation for all the children and we look forward to working closely with more schools in the Township Tenafly.

 


Hockey legend Gerry Zaccaria is coming to Tenafly Elementary School

January 8, 2014 – 10:00 AM

Want to meet a hockey legend? Here's your chance. Former Johnstown Chief star player Gerry Zaccaria will be co-hosting the RHL's next Hockey Appreciation Day at the Tenafly Mackay Elementary School on January 13, 2014. Besides speaking on the sports' educational, health and professional benefits, there will be interactive games, music and give aways. 

For more information on  community events, please contact the CEO, Kory Hiller at (845)304-1091.

 


Toy Drive 2013

November 19, 2013

 The RHL along with Bauers Sports Shop will be hosting a toy drive for  this holiday season. Please put a smile on a child and donate a toy! The location drop-off is at Bauers Sports Shop. The last possible day for drop-offs is December 15th. For more information ,please contact the RHL or Bauers Sports Shop at (201)384-6522.

 

Have a great holiday season and lets help those who are in need!

 


Annoucements Coming Soon

October 31, 2013 – 07:30 PM

 Big annoucement comming soon.  Check back for details!!


RHL provides lifeguard services to ROC

October 23, 2013 – 09:44 AM

Brooklyn, N.Y. – The RHL provided lifeguard services for the Ridiculous Obstacle Course (ROC) on October19 and-20. The ROC is an obstacle course for anyone of 13 years of age and older. We brought four top lifeguards along with two of our EMT’s. All the administrators and the ROC staff were extremely friendly, and particularly grateful for our services and the exceptional great job our lifeguards did. And there is more: We will be working on numerous of events for them in 2014 as well.

 

 For more information on the ROC, please visit them at www.rocrace.com.

 

 


RHL Hockey Appreciation Day A Compte Success in Teaneck, NJ

October 16, 2013 – 02:00 PM

Hockey Appreciation Day in Teaneck NJ  A complete Success

The RHL appeared at the Teaneck Middle School on October 14, 2014 for hockey appreciation day.  We had special appearances who spoke about who they were and  they also put on an interactive program as well.  The children were excellent and very very excited to meet these people as well . We also  had giveaways for  the children as well and also had local media attend this event as well.

For more events and and information for community events please contact the RHL.


HNA Venue and Information

November 12, 2017 – 01:00 AM

 Please note we are serving the following arenas for HNA, which is listed below..  We have also updated our venue section which now includes the address of  all arenas as well as driving directions. Please note that the best way to get an accurate distance of eacn  venue is to either go to mapquest.com, googlemaps.com, arenamaps.com or to enter the information into your GPS system. 

 

  • Ice House
  • South Mountain Arena
  • Mennen Sports Arena

 

 Scorekeepers: It your responsibility to  get to all arenas thirty minutes prior to each game. Please map out  your destination out in advance and if you have any issues to contact the game day operations department immediately.

 


Social Media Launch

October 10, 2013

 The RHL has launched a facebook and a twitter page. Please check those websites for program updates as well as events and pictures.


HNA Schedule and Information

October 10, 2013 – 03:30 PM

 Below is the October schedule for HNA which was released.  Please use the schedule the RHL posts and not by the HNA schedule, since there are constantly changes. Once we have the remaining games, which can be released week to week or month by month, it will be posted on the website, facebook and twitter. Should you have any questions comments or concerns, please contact the game day operations department at (518)712-9466.

 

Day Date Home Visitor Time Arena
Monday 10/14/2013 Shock Sauce 10:15PM Mennen
 Sunday 10/20/2013 Shock Landsharks 7:45PM Ice House
Sunday 10/20/2013 Rattlers Rolling Thunder 9:30PM Mennen
Wednesday 10/23/2013  Dragons Jets 10:30 PM South  Mountain

 

 


ROC UPDATE

October 8, 2013 – 05:15 PM

 Due to the government shutdown, the ROC race  in Brooklyn has been postponed to October 19th and 20th. As we gather more information, we will post information on the website, facebook and twitter. Please check back for up-to-date information about changes.

  We apologize for any inconvenience.

 


November Vacation Camps Update

October 8, 2013 – 05:00 PM

 The RHL will be running vacation programs on on November 7th and 8th for NJEA Convention. There is plenty of sports avalibale. if there is inclement weather then a rainy day event will be planned. The location will be in Leonia.  For more information please contact the RHL.


RHL Community Relation Programs On October 14, 2014

October 8, 2013 – 04:45 PM

 The  RHL will be conducting our community relations programs on Monday, October 14, 2013 from 2:00PM - 4:00PM at Benjamin Franklin Middle School in Teaneck. We will have professional hockey player Gerry Zaccaria and  professional hockey official Danny Taggart as our special guests.. They will be on hand to speak about there professions, talk about  life-skills and also conduct a question and answer session as well and also conduct an interactive activity as well. Children will also take home giveaways courtesy of the RHL.

 

 Profiles of our special guest speakers

 

Gerry Zaccaria- Professional hockey league player from the All American Hockey League who played for the Chiefs which a movie was based upon called Slapshop. Mr. Zaccaria also played pro in Europe as well.


Danny Taggart- Former full time on-ice official for the American Hockey League, East Coat Hockey League and Central Hockey League. All the players in those league most of them are affiliated team of the National Hockey League.

 


For more information or to request a press release please contact the RHL.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Vacation Camp Update 2013

September 26, 2013 – 06:45 PM

Please note due to the fact that many schools are open or have half days on Columbus Day, all vacation programs are cancelled for that day. However, the NJEA vacation programs on November 7th and November 8th will resume as scheduled and we are still taking enrollment for both days. For enrollment information please contact the RHL.


Community Programs Coming This October

September 26, 2013 – 06:15 PM

 The RHL will be conducting two community action programs this October.  The first one will be  for the Teaneck Board Education on October 14, 2013 which will be for both middle schools of Teaneck and the second one will be at the Leonia Public  Library on October 16, 2014.  Mr. Zacarria will be  conducting both events. Topics that will be  covered  at these events will be  life skills such as sportsmanship, teamwork, hard work in and out sports, bullying in sports, nutrition and how hockey and sports can be related to everyday life. There will also be a question and answer segment as well as giveaways for everyone in attendance for these events.

Mr Gerry Zaccaria is a professional player who played minor league professional  in the United States and pro in Europe.  He also played for a team called the Chiefs in which a movie was based upon.  Mr. Zaccaria a true legend to hockey and a true  hockey pro.


 For more information on these programs or to book a community event with Gerry please contact the RHL.

 

 


Fall Vacation Camps 2013

September 17, 2013 – 11:00 AM

 The RHL will be  holding two vacations camps this upcoming fall.

 

1. October 14th 2013- COLUMBUS DAY- LOCATION: OVER-PECK PARK IN LEONIA.

2. November 7th and 8TH- NJEA TEACHERS CONVENTION- ALL DAY VACATION CAMPS.

LOCATION: OVER PECK PARK IN LEONIA

3.November 26th- Black Friday- MORE INFORMATION TO COME, CHECK BACK SOON FOR DETAILS.

LOCATION: TBD

 

VACATION CAMP HIGHLIGHTS

  • Sports
  • Snacks will be provided
  • Games
  • T-shirts and hats to all participants
  • Special Guests
  • Supervision
  • Rainy Day Trips to Movies or Bowler City

 

 To enroll your child for more information, please contact the CEO, Kory Hiller at (845)304-1091

 

 


2013 Enrollment New Forms Avalibale

September 17, 2013 – 10:29 AM

All updated enrollment forms are now available. If you have not yet filled them out please contact the RHL and we will gladly email them to you. Please note that all fall programs are underway.

 


RHL Sending Lifeguards to ROC Events

September 13, 2013 – 07:45 PM

The RHL is proud to be sending lifeguards for the ROC race in Nashville, Tennessee on September 21, 2013 and Brooklyn, New York on October 12 and 13th.. We are very fortunate to send our finest  guards for these events. Lifeguards who have an intrest  are urged to contact the RHL ASAP for information. We plan of increasing locations with ROC for this upcoming year !!

Good Luck to All Lifeguards Selected for these locations!


RHL Community Relation Programs 2013-2014 School Year

September 13, 2013 – 07:30 PM

 The RHL will be increasing more community programs  this season. We have plans to work with numerous of after school and other youth type of organizations. Programs will include special guests, interactive activities,giveaways and more.  For more information please contact the RHL.


New Fitness/ Dryland Training Coming This Fall

August 31, 2013 – 07:15 PM

The RHL will now be offering an extensive dryland/fitness program. These programs will teach children endurance, stamina and work on increasing strength and mobility. Instructors will work to help children improve in areas for team sports or on a personal level.  For more information please contact the RHL.


New Vacation Trip Program Coming this Fall

August 31, 2013 – 06:00 PM

  The  RHL will now be offering a full trip program this fall. The program is designed for children 10 years and older. Trips will be taken to museums, sporting events. wwe shows, zoos and more. Trips will be offered on weekends and school vacation days. For more information, please contact Kory at (845)304-1091


YMCA In Garfield a Success

August 31, 2013 – 07:00 AM

 The RHL at the YMCA in Garfield was a complete  success. Gerry Zaccaria  spoke to children about teamwork, sportsmanship and  giving your complete dedication to the sport that youy play. RHk staff assisted Mr. Zaccaria in interactive skills with the children and  giveaways were handed out. All the children came out learning about hockey and personal skills and more. The RHL will be increasing community programs through out New Jersey and New York as well as day camps and more.

 For more information, please contact Kory at (845)304-1091.


Fall Programs Avaliable In September

August 16, 2013 – 06:15 PM

 The RHL fall program guide will be available for public viewing on September 6, 2013 or before. Please check back for updates and contact us with any questions.


Speical Events For Summer 2013

August 16, 2013 – 06:00 PM

 Special Events Coming Up

 

  •  YMCA Sports Appreciation Day- August 20, 2013
  •  Mountain Creek Trip- August 21, 2013
  • Labor Day Special Event- End of Summer Event August 31- September 1st

Mountain Creek Trips Stil Have Openings Avaliabe

August 16, 2013 – 05:30 PM

 The RHL will be taking a trip to Mountain Creek on  Wednesday, August 21, 2013.  Picks-ups start at 9:00 Am and we will return around 6:00PM. Please send your child with a bathing suit and towel and spending money. For more information, please contact Kory at (845)304-1091.


RHL At Garfield YMCA August 20, 2013

August 16, 2013 – 05:15 PM

 The RHL will be making an appearance at  YMCA of Garfield  on August 20, 2013. The RHL will be speaking about  how hockey can be related in everyday life as well putting on  demonstration from out top instructors as well as special guests. The RHL looks forward to serving the Garfield Community.

 


RHL Community Relation Programs/ Professional Appearance

July 12, 2013 – 11:00 AM

The RHL will now be offering more community programs to after school programs, camps and more. We can  put on a demonstration, teach the children skills and drills and more. We will be having our pro contact Michael " Boomer"Geoffrion come out as well.  He will speak about his proffesion, conduct a question and answer session and show kids equipment, pictures from leagues, patches and even sign autographs. We can also invite the media out if requested which gives everbody great publicity Mr. Geoffrion is the grandson of NY Rangers great Bernie Geoffrion and always likes to give back to the community!


 For more information please  call (845)304-1091.

 


Summer Program Begins Saturday, June 29, 2013

 Summer programs begin Saturday, June 29, 2013. Summer is always alot of fun with special events, trips and more.

 

 Highlights

  • Pool  Trips
  • Day Trips
  • Sports
  • Lunch

 


Pool Parties in Full Swiming

June 24, 2013 – 06:00 PM

RHL is  expanding pool parties though tri-state area. We now offer pool party services throughout  North-Jersey, Central Jersey, Jersey Shore, All of NYC (5 boroughs), Rockland, Hudson Valley, and Eastern Connecticut.For full information, please contact  CEO and lifeguard supervisor, Kory Hiller at (845)304-1091.

 


Moutain Creek Trip

June 6, 2013 – 10:10 AM

 The RHL will be taking a trip to the Mountain Creek Water Park . Trip departure is at 9:00Am. Please contact Kory for complete details. Your child will have the opportunity to experience all rides including the wave-pool!  Trip will take place either in July or August of 2013

 


Summer Session Coming Up

June 6, 2013 – 10:00 AM

RHL Summer Session Sports is coming up. Sports will begin Sunday June 23rd. Anybody who is intrested please contact the RHL. Sports include two hours outside and  pool time as  well . There will also be trips offered throughout the summer as well.


Swimming Programs Underway

June 6, 2013 – 09:30 PM

Swimming season is underway and we are offering all types of lessons from swim team development to learn to swim to conditioning programs.  For more information please contact Kory at (845)304-1091.


Summer Programs

April 17, 2013 – 01:30 PM

 The RHL will once agian be offering summer programs on the weekends. Please call  the  RHL to inquire about more information on these programs.


RHL Anti-bullying Event Preparation

April 17, 2013 – 01:00 PM

The  RHL is preparing for the antibullying event which will be held on May 19, in  Tenafly from 2:00PM - 4:00PM. Everyone is welcome to attend.There will be interactive events, speical guests, raffles , giveaways, food and more.  Come out  for a great cause. For more information, please contact Kory Hiller, CEO at (845)263-9587

 

 


Anti-Bullying Event

March 19, 2013 – 11:45 AM

 The  RHL will be hosting an  antibullying event on May 18, 2013  at the Tenafly Public Lirbrary from 2:00PM - 4:00PM. All are welcome to attend. There will be  giveaways, special guests and more. Please contact the RHL  for more information.


Spring Enrollment Now Being Accepted

March 4, 2013 – 08:45 AM

​​ The RHL is  now accepting enrollment for the spring of 2013. We offer all all main sports

  • Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Rollerblading
  • Soccer
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Trips
  • Swimming
  • Leadership Apprentice Program

 

For more information, please contact  Kory Hiller at (845)641-9852.


Home Pool Parties and Information ( Summer 2013)

February 21, 2013 – 06:00 PM

 

 

Lifeguard/ Pool Parties

The RHL is now offering home pool parties and instruction. All lifeguards and instructors are certified. Lifeguards are always aware and enforcing all pool rules and regulations. Lifeguards are present on the deck and in the water.

 

Instruction

Instructors work on skill development and proper technique and strokes. All classes are taught by experienced assistants and instructors. All children receive a certificate at the completion of the program.


Swim Team Development

This program is designed for competitive swimmers.  Times, conditioning, endurance and  stamina are   worked on in this program

 

START DATES: MAY THOUGH  SEPTEMBER

For enrollment information, please contact Kory Hiller at (845)-641-9852. All these programs are          home swim instruction/private home pool parties or private events. Must have access to a pool or own a pool. If we use  a facility then you must have clearance from the facility.


Summer Camp 2013

January 22, 2013 – 06:00 PM

 The RHL will be offering a summer program for 2013. Trips, special events, swim program and athletics are planned.  For futher information, please contact Kory Hiller, Camp Director and CEO/President of the RHL.


Spring Program 2013

January 22, 2013

 The RHL will be offering all sports, auqatics again for the spring of 2013. Private Lessons, group lessons and other events are avalibale. Please contact the RHL  for futher questions and  to enroll.


The RHL is now offering all different types of sports.

  • Hockey
  • Football
  • Soccer
  • Lacrosse
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Skateboarding
  • Leadership Apprentice Program
  • Boxing
  • Martial Arts
  • Swim team
  • Aquatics
  • Learn to Swim
  • Private Pool Parties
  • Dryland Fitness
  • Vacation  Programs
  • Trips
  • Day Camps

 

For more information, please contact the RHL.


All programs are underway smmothly. Anyone intrested in joining or know anybody please contact the RHL.


Speical Event Saturday, December 15, 2012

December 12, 2012 – 09:00 AM

The RHL is please to annouce our annual skills competition and  hockey award presentation and lunch.  Hockey will start at 11:30 AM and lunch will begin at 1:45 PM. All are welcome to attend. Thank you for all of you who have confirmed.


Community Assembly Programs

October 18, 2012 – 03:30 PM
The RHL is now offering community relation programs. They are anti-bullying, reading programs, cancer awareness,sports applied to life, safety programs, online safety, and more. Assemblies start off with a public speaker such as an administrator or a pro athlete. At the conclusion, children/campers/
students/players get to ask questions. Pro athletes will sign autographs at the conclusion as well when available . Some programs will have a hands on segment to get the children involved.

For more information, please contact the CEO at (845) 641-9852.

Program Updates

October 10, 2012 – 12:30 PM
The RHL and of its programs are up and running better then ever! We are offering all sports now, childcare, after-school programs, trips and
Leadership Apprentice Programs. We currently have a strong lacrosse, football, hockey and swimming programs.

We have also hired an athletics services director and additional lacrosse assistants.

We are never closed for enrollment, for more information please contact Kory Hiller, CEO at ( 845) 641-9852

Uniform Update/ Jersey

September 24, 2012 – 06:45 PM
All uniforms/ jerseys will be placed by October 15, 2012. Please contact the RHL if you not filled out a uniform form.

Enrollment Still Avaliable For Aquatics Youth Swim Program

September 24, 2012 – 06:30 PM
The RHL is stilltaking enrollment for the RHL Aquatics Program. Swimming programs are on Friday and on Sundays. Please contact the RHL with any questions.

Hockey Clinic Resumes For Sunday, September 30,2012

September 24, 2012 – 05:00 PM
All practices will resume on Sunday, September 30, 2012 from
11:00 AM- 2:00PM. Please contact the RHL with any questions you might.

Picture Day Update

September 14, 2012 – 07:30 PM
For new players who did not have pictures taken yet, we will reschedule it for a late date in September, Please check back for updates.

Program and Weekend Updates

September 14, 2012 – 05:00 PM
Here is the upcoming practice days and events

Sunday, September 16, 2012 Carl Shurz Park 11:30AM - 4:00 PM Hockey and Swimming

Monday, September 17, 2012 Carl Schurz Park 1:00Pm - 7:00 PM
Hockey and Swimming

Tuesday 18. 2012 Carl Schurz Park 12:00AM - 7:00PM
Hockey and Swimming

Opening Weekend A Success/ Team Pictures

September 13, 2012 – 03:30 PM
RHL Weekend a success as we opened our first week of hockey and sports programs. We also took all of our fall pictures was a huge success as well. Hockey and Swimming underway. It was great to see new faces and new instructors. Hope to see all of you next week

Opening Weekend

September 5, 2012 – 08:30 AM
The RHL opening weekend is Sunday, September 9, 2012 for our kickoff. Pizza will be served as well.

Program Website

August 16, 2012 – 01:15 PM
Please go to www.leaguelineup.com/rhl-nyc for forms and information.

RHL Leadership Apprentice Program

August 16, 2012 – 01:00 PM
The RHL is sill accepting applications for the RHL Leadership Apprentice Program. These children who are selected for these programs are older kids who excel in sports and who we thinks would be excellent role models for children. This is a great program for any child who wants to pursue a coaching opportunity when they are older. This program is general for 7th though 9th graders but please contact the RHL if your child is interested for this program. A recommendation will be written for your child. A uniform will be given as well as well as an invitation to all of our special events and functions.

For more information please contact the RHL at (845) 641-9852

New RHL Programs for 2012-2013 Season

August 15, 2012 – 02:00 PM
elow are the new sports and programs that the RHL will now be offering. Please call the RHL for full program details.

2012-2013 Program Guide




Program Start Date: September 2012

Program: Fall Roller Hockey 2012-2013
Program Code: 00200

Program Description:
Will be introduced to advance skating and hockey skills in a high temp atmosphere. Reinforcement of skating and general hockey skills will be reviewed. Safety will be discussed and reinforced as well. Full equipment is required for this program.

Location: Bryant Park, NYC Enrollment Fee: $50.00 New
Instructor: Kory Hiller/ Jason Vanderlinden
Days: Weekdays and weekends.
Times: 3:30PM on Weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends.


Program: Ice Hockey Skating
Program Code: 00201

Program Description:
For players who are looking to learn and to improve on skating skills. All different skills will be reviewed and re-enforced. Full equipment required for this program.

Location: Bryant Park, NYC Enrollment Fee: $50.00 New
Instructor: Kory Hiller/Jason Vanderlinden
Days: Weekdays and weekends.
Times: 3:30PM on Weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends.




Program: Goaltender Clinic
Program Code: 002GL

Program Description:
For goaltenders who want to focus and improve on fundamentals of goaltending. All fundamentals of hockey skills will be re-enforced and proper goaltender techniques for skating. (Shuffle, backwards, forwards, etc.)
Location: Bryant Park, NYC Enrollment Fee: $50.00 New
Instructor: Kory Hiller/Jason Vanderlinden
Days: Weekdays and weekends.
Times: 3:30PM on Weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends.



Program: Ice Hockey Stick Time
Program Code: 00202

Program Description:
For ice hockey players to improve on all there skills on the ice from stick handling, shooting , goal tending and any other skills to be improved on.
Location: New York and New Jersey Arenas
Enrollment Fee: 60.00
Instructor: Kory Hiller/Jason Vanderlinden
Days: Weekdays and weekends.
Times: 3:30PM on Weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends.


Program: All- Around Lacrosse Clinic
Program Code : 00203

Program Description:
For all players to improve and learn skills. All skills, techniques, fundamentals, rules of the game will be taught. Players will also learn safety as well. Full equipment is required for this program

Location: Bryant Park, NYC Enrollment Fee: $50.00
Instructor: Kory Hiller/ James Stegmann
Days: Weekdays and weekends.
Times: 3:30PM on Weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends.




Program: Skateboarding and More 101
Program Code: 00204

Program Description:
For skateboarders to learn proper skills. Skateboarders will learn and demonstrate proper techniques, skills and tricks. All skateboarders must posses a general skateboard knowledge before they advance to learning tricks. Safety will be reviewed, discussed and implemented into this program at all times. A helmet, knee, hand and wrist guards are required for this program.

Location: Bryant Park, NYC Enrollment Fee: $50.00 New $40.00
Instructor: Kory Hiller/ James Stegmann
Days: Weekdays and weekends.
Times: 3:30PM on Weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends.



Program: Swim Team Advance Clinic
Program Code: 00205

Program Description:
For advance swimmers to learn the criteria of swim team requirements. Workouts will be high tempo. Strokes will be reviewed and swimmers will have a chance to improve on their strokes. Proper starts and turns will be introduced as well. Water safety will also be reviewed as well. Swimmers must have their own goggles, bathing cap and jammers for this program.

Location: Any Indoor Location- Client Information- Must have a membership for this program and must pay the guest fee for instructors (2) , Enrollment fee can be adjusted because of guest fee.


Enrollment Fee: $50.00 but can decrease depending on guest charge for pool
Instructor: Kory Hiller/Jason Vanderlinden
Days: Weekdays and weekends.
Times: 3:30PM on Weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends.


Program: Dryland Training/Fitness
Program Code: 00206


Program Description:
For players who want to increase there strength, stamina, endurance. Each player will have workout specifically designed for them. This program is good for players who play other sports that the RHL does not offer and also to increase strength in sports that they are currently enrolled in.

Enrollment Fee: $50.00
Instructor: Kory Hiller/JasonVanderlinden
Days: Weekdays and weekends.
Times: 3:30PM on Weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends.


NJ/NYC Trip Program
Program Code: 00201

Program Description:
For players who want to experience trips for working hard. Trips are educational, sports and entertainment oriented. Trips are mostly in New York but there area few select trips in New Jersey as well. Each Child must wear there trip shirt for security and safety reasons.

Enrollment Fee: $60.00
Instructor: Kory Hiller/Jason Vanderlinden
Days: Weekends Only
Times: 9:00 AM on Weekends
Information
Equipment Requirements
Hockey Lessons: Player must be in full equipment
Lacrosse Lesson: Player must be in full equipment
Skateboard lesson: Must be wearing helmet, knee, shin and wrist guards
Stick Time: All players wear full equipment (jersey and socks) and goaltenders must wear full equipment including jersey and socks.
Trips: All players must wear there trip shirts for all trips and special events.
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Payment Methods: We accept cash or checks

Contact Information:
If you have any questions or comments please contact Kory Hiller, CEO at 845-641-9852 or you can e-mail him at Khiller@hockeymail.com.
Additional Information
Thank you for your services. If you know anybody interested in our services, please have them contact the RHL.

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Jason Vanderlinen Hired for 2012-2013 Season

August 15, 2012 – 01:00 PM
Th RHL has hired jason Vanderlinden as hockey operations assistant for the 2012-2013 season. Jason has been with the RHL since April of 2012 and will be entering his first full season in September. Jason brings experience, knowledge of hockey, patience and more to the RHL. Jason is also a part of our RHL leadership apprentice program lead as well.

Skills Competition

April 23, 2012 – 11:14 AM
The RHL will be participating in a skills competition with a local organization. Once we have a date set We will contact all families

Spring Pictuers Monday, April 30 2012

April 23, 2012 – 11:00 AM
This is just a reminder that all pictures are next Monday, April 30, 2012. Parents please make sure that all children bring all equipment and are in uniform.


Immedate Press Release: March 7, 2012-SJSD Event A Success

March 12, 2012 – 10:30 PM
The RHL Gives Back to The Community

The presentation began with Christopher Zaragoza giving a formal introduction of the RHL and welcoming the students to National Read Aloud Day. Next, Kathleen Constantini pulled up a chair and read ‘That’s Hockey’ by David Bouchard, a book about the simple joys of life portrayed by a love for the game of hockey. An interpreter relayed the story to the children as Kathleen made her way through the book and displayed it’s pictures. Michael 'Boomer' Geoffrion then took over and talked about his world travels and life lessons learned during his careers as a minor league baseball player and an NHL referee. Boomer told the children to stay focused, stay persistent, and to follow their dreams, no matter what they may be. Andrew Wilson followed by demonstrating basic passing, shooting, and skating techniques as the children cheered him on throughout the presentation. To conclude the program, the students were allowed to display what they had learned by taking turns shooting pucks into the nets. For most of, if not all, March 7, 2012 turned out to be the first time these children had ever held a hockey stick. The children felt accomplished and proud to have done something they had never done before. Every shot was followed by a smile.

Spring Clincs Start the Weekend of March 17-18

March 4, 2012 – 03:30 PM
The RHL will be starting our spring programs on March 17-18. Please contact the league if are interested in returning. For new players, please contact the league at (347) 920-1365 or contact the CEO directly at (845) 641-9852.

Highlights

2 hour time slot- Carl Shurz Park
Giveaways
Scrimmages
1 Game this spring
1 to 1 Ratio
Jersey(Must be purchased by family)

Days: Weekends and when schools are closed for vacations.
Times: 10:00Am - Noon

To start this program the minimum equipment is a helmet with mouth-guard, hockey gloves and stick. All families are strongly recommended to have all children in full equipment which included hockey socks.

For complete information, please contact the league offices.

Pediatric Cancer Foundation Hockey Game

March 4, 2012 – 03:15 PM
The RHL is trying to coordinate and raise money for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The game will be schedule sometime in the spring. When things progress and develop we post them to the websites.

Community Relations Event this Wednesday, March 7, 2012

March 4, 2012 – 03:00 PM
The RHL will be participating in a community relations event at Saint Joseph School for the Deaf. We will be reading a story to the children for World Read Aloud Day. We will be accompanied by pro hockey players and a pro hockey referee. We will then be conducting a hockey demonstration for the children and conducting a question and answer session.

New Administrators Hired

March 4, 2012 – 02:30 PM
The RHL Has Hired, Bill McCreary as Chief Marketing Officer and Andrew Wilson, Director of Hockey Operations.

Bill McCreary has come to this league with alot of experience. He is also a minor league professional hockey player. He currently plays for the New
Jersey Outlaws and has made appearances with the New Jersey Titans during the 2011-2012 Season. He has been in pro hockey for about 6 years. Mr. McCreary is responsible for the recruitment of players, providing supervision of programs and anything that pertains to marketing.


Andrew Wilson comes to this league with alot of experience as well. He played college and junior hockey. He is responsible for supervising assistants, overseeing instructors, assisting with camps and assisting with recruitment of players.



RHL Rainy Day Programs 2012

February 1, 2012 – 09:15 AM
THE RHL WILL BE OFFERING A RAINY DAY PROGRAM WHEN WE HAVE INCLEMENT WEATHER. WE WILL OFFER DOOR TO DOOR PICK-UP AS WELL.
WE WILL OFFER TRIPS SUCH AS:
• MUSEUMS
• MOVIES
• BOWLING
• ARCADES
• CHELSEA PIERS

For more information contact the RHL at (845)-641-9852

Spring Events Coming Soon

January 30, 2012 – 05:20 PM
The RHL will have special events this Spring.

Spring Pool Party Kick-Off- April 2012
Spring Semester Picture Day- April 2012
Dave and Busters- May 2012
Field Day 2012- June 2012
End of the Year Pool Party - June 2012


More Information Coming Soon!!

Spring Semester Registration Coming Soon

January 30, 2012 – 05:15 PM
Spring information will be posted by march 15, 2012. Anyone who is interested please contact us.

RHL Winter Programs Going Well

January 30, 2012 – 05:15 PM
All of our roller, street hockey and ice hockey skating programs are under way. We have great instructors and administrators leading the way.

For more about our New York City Programs please go to www.leaguelineup.com/rhl-nyc

New Jersey Outlaws. - Pro Team Here to Stay

Ice Vault in Wayne, NJ. Thirty minutes from NYC, 20 minutes from Bergen County and 20 minutes from Rockland. Come and support a great team.

Great Hockey
Great Seats
Birthday Celebrations
Community Events.

For more information visit www.newjerseyoutlaws.com

New York City Website

The New York City league is in full swing to inquire about that program or for more information, please go to www.leaguelineup.com/rhl-nyc

Thank You

August 22, 2011 – 09:30 AM
The RHL would like to thank all players, captains, camp and league administrators for all your hard work. Without your dedication, support and passion for the game this league would not be possible.

Thank you for a great 2011 season!!!


Award Thank You/Hall of Fame 2011

August 22, 2011 – 09:30 AM
The RHL would like to thank all the award winners and participants. All of you have earned these awards.



We also want to congratulate the class of 2011 for Hockey Hall of Fame

Eric Kaplan
Kyle Cichorek
Josh Einhorn
Kiran Krishnasamy
Leigh Bomzer
Jon Vermandel

These individuals have paved the way of what a player and a league administrator should be.

Congratulations to the class of 2011!!

Avalanche Wins National Cup

August 22, 2011 – 09:30 AM
The Avalanche would play the Saints in a 2v 2 game for the National Cup.
This was a game that featured alot of scoring and even turned into a 3v 2 without a goaltender.

Recap.

The Saints would put on a good contest ad they would score three goals early but the Avalanche would come back scoring 5 back to back goals, one coming off a penalty shot.

This game featured a little bit of everything including the appearance of mini ref.

This game had scoring penalties and hard work but in the end the Avalanche would put the win off and win the National Cup

The National Cup is a different championship from the Continental Cup

#77 of the Saints have earned the following awards:


2011 Good Samaritan Award- Highest league award- is given to a player who shows dedication, hard work team work and is an example of what a player should be on and off the rink.

2011 Rookie of the Year- First year in the league and has taken this league to a different level.

2011 Record Award- Has reset book

1. C0-Captain #77 Scored tallied 8 point game. First ever Saint to do that !!

2. #77 Fastest hat trick in a playoff game

3. Two goal by a captain back to back in a span of :25 seconds

2011 Playoff MVP- Is given to a player who is more valuable in the playoffs. This team has reset records,helped his team in time of need and was a key role in the teams championship

Congratulations to the Saints captain for this great win!!



Saints Compltee Cinderalla Season

The Saints would compete a Cinderella season. The Saints would go on a 5-0 unbeaten streak since July 15, 2011. The Saints would also clinch the following team and individual titles.

2011 American Conference Playoff Championship
2011 Continental Cup Championship
2011 Sizzler Cup Championship
2011 Playoff MVP
2011 Record Award
2011 Rookie of the Year
2011 Defensemen of the Year
2011 Play maker of the Year

Congratulations to the all of your accomplishments !!




Saints Win Contiental Cup and Celbrate First Championship

August 22, 2011 – 08:30 AM
The Saints completed there Cinderella season and beat the number one (Avalanche )seed in the playoffs to win the Continental Cup. This was a game which featured hard work by the Saints and in the end the Saints would host there first league championship in the history of the franchise!!

In the first period both teams came on to the rink and ready to play hard. Both teams would get shots on net but were unable to score. The Avalanche would score midway though the period on a partial breakaway to take a 1-0 lead. With the Avalanche up by one the Saints knew they had to score and that is what exactly what they did. The Saints would score with under thirty seconds left on a shot inside the blue line by there leading scorer and playoff MVP, # 77 to tie the game at 1-1, and as time expired we were tied at 1-1.

In the second period the Saints would start on the period on a high note with getting shots to the net and crashing the net but the Avalanche goaltender was up to the task. The Saints would get a chance to capitalize and would score on a give and go play by #77 to take a 2-1 lead. The Avalanche would not go down easily and would put on a good fight and would score a minute later on a scramble in front to to tie the game at 2-2 . With the scored tied at 2-2 both teams knew the next goal would be crucial. The Avalanche would get a scoring chance and would put the puck in the net on a breakaway to take a 3-2 lead and as time expired the Avalanche were in front on a score of 3-2.

In the third period, the Saints knew they had to score to get back in the game and the Saints a team who has not lost since July 15th showed them why they are in the finals. The Saints would battle and battle and would score by there youngest player on the team and in the league right off the face-off, that would squeeze through the five hole of the Avalanche, to take a 3-2 lead. The Saints would play hard and would get an turn on the pressure on the Avalanche and would score forty two seconds later by the Saints co-captain #77 which would be his third of the game to take a 4-2 lead. The Avalanche would try to get something going by the Saints would slam the door shut and as time expired the Saints would leap onto there goaltender knowing that they have just won there first league championship.

Game Notes:

#77 of the Saints would be the player of the game and the playoffs with three goals of the game.

#77 is also the playoff MVP- leading his team and the league in points.

This is the Saints first league championship and the first finals appearance.

Congratulations to the Saints for completing a great season !!


2011 Contientcal Cup Finals Preview

August 10, 2011 – 11:00 PM
This is the 2011 Continental Cup Preview


Avalanche- a good team but takes alot of penalties. Avalanche does have alot of scoring and good goal tending.

Saints- have won 5 out of there last 6 games. Saints have alot of offense, defense and great goaltending.

Favorite to win: Saints

This contest will be interesting to see who can prevail and take home the cup.


8 teams started the playoffs now were down to 2. Who will bring home the cup now ????

Good luck to both teams !!

Avlanche Squeeze By Colonials and Earn Trip to Finals

August 10, 2011 – 11:00 PM
The Avalanche hosted the Colonials for the National Conference Championship. This game was not a contest as the Avalanche would blow past the Colonials by a score of 3-1.

In the first period both teams fought for the puck and battled hard. The Avalanche had chances early buy a diving Colonials goaltender kept them off the scoreboard. The Colonials would get a huge chance early but the puck would go wide. The Avalanche however would find the back of the net mid way to to take a 1-0 lead and as the buzzer sounded the Avalanche was up 1-0.

In the second period both teams played hard and aggressive. The Avalanche and the Colonials played alot of back and forth hockey but were unable to get more goals. The Avalanche knew the next goal could be a huge insurance goal but if the Colonials scored they knew at that point the game would be tied and as time expired the Avalanche were still in front by a score of 1-0.

In the third period both teams played at the full strength and defense type of hockey. The Avalanche knew they had to score and that what they exactly did as they would score on a 2-1 rush to take a commanding 2-0 lead. With the game at 2-0 in the favor of the Avalanche the Colonials knew they had to go to work and the Colonials would come back a minute later to cut the lead to 2-1. With the score 2-1 both teams how big the next goal would be, The Colonials would have numerous of chances but could not capitalize. The Avalanche would score later in the period on a breakaway to take a 3-1 lead, The Colonials would get one last chance but the puck would go wide and as the game ended the Avalanche would celebrate knowing that they are know advancing to the cup final.

Game Notes: The Avalanche advancing the cup finals would be there first since 2006.





Saints Upset Wildcats and Advance to Finals

August 10, 2011 – 10:00 PM
The Saints hosted the 2011 Regular Season Champions , Wildcats for the American Conference Championship. The Saints were not afraid of them and would step up against them and would shut them out and advance to the Finals against the Avalanche.

In the first period both teams played there heart out and would be challenged but each goaltender was up to the task. The Wildcats would have numerous of chances but were denied by an outstanding Saints goaltender. The Saints had a chance to tie the game and as the period came to an end we were scoreless at 0-0.

In the second period both teams were playing hard and tried to out score play each other. The Wildcats would get the puck but a great play by the Saints defensemen would give the puck to the #77 of the Saints who would put it home for a 1-0 lead on the power-play. The Wildcats would get numerous of shots but would be kept off the scoreboard by a leaping Saints goaltender and as time expired the Saints had a 1-0 lead.

In the third period both teams played it safe knowing the next goal would be crucial and the season. The Saints would stand up against the Wildcats and would score again by there hero #77 who would put the game away and would put the Saints into the finals against the Avalanche. The rest of the period featured defense and hard work but the Saints defense were on fire and as the time expired the Saints would swarm there team as they knew that they have advanced to the finals.

Game Notes: The Saints advancing to the finals would be there first trip to the finals in the franchise history of the Saints.


American Conference Preview

August 9, 2011 – 09:00 PM
This is the Preview for the American Conference Championship

Wildcats- Currently undefeated. Can win the championship if the team stays out of the penalty box.

Saints: On a 3 game win streak, has won its last 3 out of 4 games and there co-captains are playing well of late. Has the chance to win the game as well.

Both teams are evenly matched, will be a great match-up to watch.

Wildcats Clinch Conference Final With Come From Behind Victory

August 9, 2011 – 08:30 PM
In a game between the Wildcats and the Ice Hawks, the Wildcats would come from behind and advance to the American Conference Finals against the Saints.


The first period started out fast and strong as both teams positioned themselves and tested each other skills. The shots were evenly tested as both teams got alot of shots off. The Ice Hawks would score first on a partial breakaway to take a 1-0 lead. With the Ice Hawks scoring first gave them a boost of self confidence. The Ice Hawks were not done there and thirty seconds later would score again this time on a breakaway to take a 2-0 lead. The wildcats would get one more chance to score but the Ice Hawks would stop that shot and as time expired the Ice Hawks would be by a score of 2-0.

In the second period the Wildcats would pounce the net with shots and would let down and the come back started with a goal at midway into the period with a slap shot to cut the lead to 2-1. The Ice Hawks would get a huge scoring opportunity with a 5 on 3 power-play but could not capitalize. The Wildcats would get an opportunity again and would score on a rebound goal to tie the game at 2-2 and as time expired we had a tie game at 2-2.

In the third period both teams knew that the next goal meant who was going home and who was advancing to the next round. The Wildcats played hard and players with compassion. With a third period full of penalties it was anybody game and at mid way though the period the Wildcats would poke the puck though to find the back of the net to take a 3-2 lead. The Wildcats were not done there and would score again time time on an empty net goal to secure the game and send the Ice Hawks home and as time expired the Wildcats would swarm there teammates knowing that they have clinched there first ever conference championship.

Game Notes: First comeback behind victory for the Wildcats

National Conference Championship Preview

August 8, 2011 – 05:16 PM
Preview of the Avalanche vs Freeze Conference Championship


Avalanche- Favor to win the National Conference title.

Great speed and two goaltenders will get this team far. Can not be afraid to stand up if this team wishes to advance to the finals.'

Colonials: Could surprise alot of teams but now have lost there top players so will be interesting to see what will happen.

Avalanche Advances to Conference Final With Win

August 8, 2011 – 05:00 PM
The Avalanche hosted the 2010 Continental Cup Final Runner-up, Freeze. The Avalanche exploded and did not hold up and won by a score of 4-0.


The first period was full of high flying players and would score in the first period by the Avalanche captain to take a 1-0 lead. Later in the period the Avalanche would score again this time on a backhanded shot to take a 2-0 lead and as time expired the Avalanche would be up by a score of 2-0.

In the second period the Avalanche would play more defense type of hockey and careful hockey. The Avalanche would get another goal early in the period to take a 3-0 lead. The Freeze would get a chance to score but the puck would go wide and as time expired the Avalanche would still be up by a commanding 3-0.

In the third period both teams would play close defense type of hockey. The Avalanche would keep putting on a shooting clinic. The Freeze would get shots and chances but penalties would hurt them. The Avalanche would score again this time securing the game and ending the Freeze season and would also advance the Avalanche to the National Conference Championship!!

Game Notes: The Avalanche would advance to the National Conference Championship back to back seasons

6th Week Player of the Week

August 6, 2011 – 08:50 AM
The first Week of August goes to #77 on the Saints. This player scored two goals at the travel game, had an eight point game for the Saints this week;setting league records, and coached a game.

This player is a leader and sets an example to younger players. This player is dedicated and committed to this league and his team. He has the right attitude and never gives up.

Congratulations to the Saints Captain #77!!!

Great Job!!!

Stars Earn Trip to Conference Finals With Win

August 6, 2011 – 08:30 AM
In a conference match-up between the Colonials and Stars, it would be a close match-up but in the end the Colonials would take the game and the series and advance to the next round.

In the first period both teams came storming onto the rink ready to play, both teams were careful on what to do, and how to play. The Colonials got a scoring chance early but a diving Stars goaltender kept them off the scoreboard. The Stars would get a chance and would capitalize on a goal inside the right corner to take a 1-0 lead. The Colonials would not go down so easy and would score on a backhanded shot to tie the game at 1-1. The Colonials would have one more chance but the shot would go wide and as time expired the Colonials and Stars would be deadlocked at 1-1.

In the second period both teams would play defense mode hockey as most players played back. The Colonials would get a shot on a goal but a sprawling Stars goaltender would keep them off the scoreboard. Later in the period the Stars would score off a rebound to take a 2-1 lead. The Colonials would get a chance late but as time expired the Stars were up 2-1.

In the third period, both teams would play hard and crash the net, The Colonials would get chanced but great defense would keep the game a 2-1 game
The Stars would keep icing and clearing the puck and as time came to a close so did the Colonials season and the Stars advance to the Conference Finals.

Game Note: No penalties in a game, first time in league history.





Saints Advance to First Conference Finals

August 4, 2011 – 09:45 PM
The Saints are the team of the week and have advanced to the Conference Finals. The Saints are as hot a late and are ready to take on any team and are only two games away from the Continental Cup Finals!!




Saints Upset Defending Cup Champions Thunder by a score of 10-0

August 4, 2011 – 09:30 PM
In the first playoff game of the season, The Saints would host the 2010 defending cup champions a team a year ago hoisted the cup, know its anybody's cup. This game also featured a few record book recordings.


The first period started out fast as both teams would battle for position and for the puck. The Saints would not back down and would rise to the occasion and would score with only 10 seconds in to take a 1-0 lead. The Saints would not stop there and would score another goal 10 second in to take a 2-0 lead. With the Saints up 2-0, The Thunder would try to get something goal but were unable to and the Saints would score again this time off a rebound to take a 3-0 lead. Late in the period the Saints would score again to take a 4-0 lead and as time expired the Saints would have a huge 4-0 lead.


In the second period most of the period The Saints would swarm the Thunder goaltender and would get alot of shots off but the Thunder goaltender would be amazing and stop them. The Saints would score again on rocket shot that would fine the back of the net to take a 5-0 lead. The Saints were still not score putting the net and would score one more goal with under two minutes to go to take a 6-0 lead and and as the period ended the Saints would be up by a score of 6-0.

In the third period the Saints did not stop and would score again this time with 16 seconds in to take a 7-0 lead. The Saints were still not done and would score another goal 15 seconds later to take a 8-0 lead. With the score 8-0, The Saints still not east up and would score another goal at the 1:35 mark to take a 9-0 lead. The Saints would put on a shooting contest and would score one more goal at the 1:05 mark to take a 10- lead which would end the goal on a mercy rule and as the game ended, the Saints would swarm there goaltender and numerous records were broken and the Saints knew they were headed to the Conference Championship!!

Game Notes: The following Records Have been Recorded:

1. Co- Captain #77 Scored tallied 8 point game. First ever Saint to do that !!

2. #77 Fastest hat trick in a playoff game

3. Two goal by a captain back to back in a span of :25 seconds

4. The Saints goaltender recording 4 shutouts in season- First ever team to record those type of shutouts.

5. The Saints did not held the Thunder to no shots on goal- Only the third team in league history to record those type of Records.

Congratulations to the Saints for a huge day of new records!!!



RHL Post Game Press Conference

August 4, 2011 – 09:00 PM
This is the Fox Post Conference

Media: What are your thoughts of the Game

RHL Head Coach: We came out and tried but we could not get the job done.

Media: With being down 4-0 after two periods what were you thoughts?

RHL Head Coach: We shouldn't of been down 4-0 and we needed to score and not be taken advantage of.

Media: What were your thoughts of the officiating?

RHL Head Coach: They did not call anything and the whistles were quiet, we needed calls but nothing was called. Only 4 calls in the game which is totally unacceptable. There were obvious calls that could of turned the game around but were not called.

Media: Is there anything that could of been different?

RHL Head Coach: We needed to shoot the puck which we did not go and we were not playing as a team and were playing like individuals and in hockey if you do that, you will lose.

Media: Will you return for the 2012 season?

RHL Head Coach: I would like to return if the front office would like me to return but will also be discussed in the off season as well.

Media: Thank you for your time





RHL Dragons Fall Short to Spring Lake All Stars

August 4, 2011 – 08:15 PM
In a travel game between the RHL Dragons (Ramaquois) and the Spring Lake All Stars it would be Spring Lake who would take the victory of a score of 4-2.


In the first period both teams played hard and both would crash the net with hard and accurate shots. Spring Lake would have a chance early but the puck would go wide and as time expired we would be scoreless.

In the second period both teams would play aggressive and hard but Spring Lake would take charge and would score on a rebound to take a 1-0 lead. Ramaquois would try to stay calm but would give up the puck and Spring lake would put the puck in the net to take a 2-0 lead and as time expired Spring Lake would be up by a score of 2-0.

In the third period both teams would try to gain composure and Spring Lake was trying to gain insurance goals as the Dragons was trying to get onto the board. Spring Lake would get an insurance goal on a 2-1 give and go pass that would slide right under the RHL Dragons goaltender to take a 3-0 lead. Ramaquouis would try to score but the puck would be deflected out of play. On the next play Spring Lake would get a goal again on a pass in front to take a 4-0 lead. With the score 4-0 in favorite of Spring Lake, Ramaquois knew they had to get back in the game and they did exactly that as they would score at the three minute mark on a goal mouth scramble to get onto the board and cut the score to 4-1. Ramaquouis was still not done and would score again by there captain to cut the lead in half at 4-2. Ramaquous would try to score another goal, with pulling there goaltender but Spring Lake was to hot to handle and as time expired Spring Lake would of won again vs Ramaquouis and still be underfeated at 2-0/

Game Notes: The Ramaquouis Captain would score two goals in a 1:34 Span.


Playoff Preview Report

Here Is The Playoff Preview Report.


National Conference) Avalanche

Semi- Final A

(1) Colonials vs (4) Stars
Favorite to Win: Colonials

(1) Colonials- a high powerful team who as of late is on a two game winning streak entering the playoffs. The Colonials will need to play solid defense and stay out of the box if they want to advance to the finals.

(4) Stars- A team who is rebuilding but can prevail if they play there cards right. They key in series for the Stars is to score first and be behind the eight ball.


Semi- Final B

(2) Avalanche vs (3)Freeze
Favorite to Win: Avalanche

(2) Avalanche- is a high power team who could prevail If they don't let there motions get the best of them . The Avalanche is also a team once they start scoring nothing can stop them. There goal tending also needs to be the best if they want to advance to the next round and are also predicted to advance to the Continental Cup Finals

(3) Freeze- a team that is still rebuilding but has shocked teams this season. This team is still getting over a 8-0 lost to the Saints so it will be int resting to see what will happen.


American Conference

(1) Wildcats vs Ice Hawks
Favorite to Win: Wildcats

(1) Wildcats- A team who have already captured the President's trophy and American conference champions, are still hungry for more team awards. The Wildcats for the second straight season have finished undefeated. The Wildcats have lost one of there top players but are determined to win the Continental cup.

(4) Ice Hawks- A team who has gone through alot of changed are expected to give it all but are not expected to advance to the next round. The Ice Hawks do have some scoring but not enough to win the cup.

(2) Saints vs (3) Thunder
Favorite to Win: Saints

(2) Saints -a team who is also a huge candidate to make a run for the cup. The Saints have surprised everybody of the kind of hockey they have been playing as of late. The Saints come with experience and there goaltender has led the league in shutouts and wins; who is a candidate for the goaltender season MVP . The Saint have the potential and the skill to advance to the finals as well.


(3) Thunder- a team who has lost of there players and going though the youth movement. This team has alot of skills but not having alot of veterans will hurt them. The Thunder is not expected to advance past the first round.

Thee 2011 playoffs will once again feature great match ups and games and we know enter elimination. Teams will go home and other advance.

Who will win the Cup? Who will go home?

Time for Playoff Hockey 2011!!









Dragons Press Conference

July 31, 2011 – 12:00 PM
Press: What do you think your chances of winning and redeeming your self?

Dragons GM: We have a good team this year, very solid on offense but we need to stay disciplined if we are going to be successful.

Press: What does type Dragons have to do to stay out of the box?

Dragons: we have to play hard, not take penalties.

Press: What is the main focus of the game?

Dragons: To score first and to gain insurance goals

Press: Can the Dragons Handle the pressure?

Dragons: We just have to stay calm and take one period and one play at a time

Press: Thank you for your time and good luck on Tuesday.

Final Practice

August 2, 2011 – 11:50 PM
There will be a mandatory practice on Monday, August 1, 2011. A full team meeting will also take place on this day, on what to expect.

Players of the Month

July 28, 2011 – 10:00 PM
The Player's of the Month goes to the Saints goaltender and the Saints captain who has leaded their team through this miracle season. The saints goaltender has a 2-1 record with two shutouts and the Saints captain has 9 goals in three games and has leaded his team two great wins and is leader on and off the rink.

Way to go Saints!!!

Saints Record new Team and League Records With Win

July 28, 2011 – 09:30 PM
The Saints a team who just a few weeks ago who were struggling faced the 2010 National Conference Champions shut them out and would finish the season on a positive note.


The first period started out fast and so did the scoring. The Saints would not hold back and would score on a partial breakaway to take a 1-0 lead. The Saints would not hold back and would score again on a huge pass in front to take a 2-0 lead. With the Saints up 2-0, the Freeze would try to get something going but could not get the puck. The Saints would take on a 3-0 nothing on a give and go play. The Freeze would try to geta shot on a goal but a great Saints defense would prevent that. The Saints would not give up there and would score again with under 10 seconds left to take a huge 4-0 lead and as time expired the Saints would be up 4-0

In the second period, The Saints would still have control of the game and would score on a huge rebound to take a 5-0 lead. The Freeze would get the puck but would pass it right to a Saints player to take a 6-0 lead. Both of these goals were power--play goals which lead to Saints goals. The Saints were still not done here and would score one more goal with a scramble in front to take a 7-0 lead. The Freeze would get one more attempt and as time second period came to a close the Saints would be up 7-0.

In the third period both teams would play defense type of hockey and would stay disciplined. With the Freeze getting alot of penalties, they needed to stay disciplined. The Saints would take advantage of another mistake by the Freeze and would put the puck it in the net to take an 8-0 lead. The Freeze would try to get another goal but the Saints would slam the breaks on the Freeze and as time expired, the Saints would take this game and clinch the second seed for the playoffs.

Game Notes:

The Saints would record three team records

1.) Most goals in game by Saints ( Team Record)

2.) First goaltender to have two shutouts in one season ( Team Record)

3. Two power-play goals back to back in ten seconds.

4. Two goals in a ten second span in one game


Congratulations to the Saints on a job well done!!!


Playoff Preview and Information Coming

July 27, 2011 – 10:15 PM
The 2011 Playoff Information will be avaliable shortly, please check back by Friday for updates

Rescheduled Games

July 27, 2011 – 10:00 PM
The games from Tuesday have been rescheduled because of trip conflicts.

The game for Thursday will now be Saints vs Freeze


Wildcats Earn Presidents Trophy

July 26, 2011 – 08:00 PM
The Wildcats a team who is undefeated has captured the 2011 Presidents Trophy for the best regular season record. This team has come a long way and cant wait till the playoffs quoted there captain. This franchise has never won a cup and this could be there first season.

Congratulations to the Wildcats for this accomplishment.


Wildcats Stay Unbeaten and Earn Preisdents Trophy

July 26, 2011 – 07:30 PM
The Wildcats a team who once again is undefeated would host the Avalanche, both teams would play an intense game but in the end the Wildcats would crush the Avalanche by a score of 5-2.


The first period started out fast as both teams played aggressive hockey and played solid defense. The Avalanche would put on a good period and would score on a goal by a goal in front to take a 1-0 lead. Later in the period the Avalanche would score on a huge goal by there captain to take a 2-0 lead. With the game going in the Avalanche's favor it was time for the Wildcats to step it up and that is exactly what they did. The Wildcats would start the scoring on a power-play goal by there leading scorer to cut the Avalanche goal in half. The Wildcats were not done yet and would score another goal :10 seconds later to tie the game at 2-2. With the score tied at 2-2 both teams played more defense type play and as time expired the game was tied 2-2.

In the second period both teams would try to gain the upper hand but both goaltenders were up to the task. The Avalanche would get a score to get onto the board but a leaping Wildcats goaltender would shut them them down. The Avalanche would try to play catchup by a great defense Wildcats team would stop them. The Wildcats would score with under a minute to take a 4-2 lead off a rebound. The Avalanche would have no strength and as time expired the Wildcats had a 4-2 lead over the Avalanche and all the Wildcats players would swarm there goaltender knowing that they have captured the Presidents trophy which is there first one ever in team history.

In the third period both teams would try to score but both goaltenders were up to the task. The Avalanche would have big opportunities but a diving goaltender of the Wildcats would keep them off the scoreboard. The Wildcats would score one more goal with under 3 seconds left to take a 5-2 which would be the final score.

Game Notes: The Wildcats goaltender has the best record in the league. THE Wildcats scoring in the second period is the third fastest goal in RHL History.

Game Rescheduled Game- Inclement Weather

July 25, 2011 – 08:00 PM
Due to the Inclement weather ( RAIN) the Avalanche vs Ice Hawks game will be played at 1:00 PM On Tuesday.

The RHL would like to thank all teams for a great season so far. Below is the mid-season report.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Avalanche- A strong team and contender for the Continental cup. Favorite to be one of the teams battling in the finals. The Avalanche will getting back there top scorer and this team will unstoppable and also has a chance to earn more league tittles. The Avalanche has everything in their favor. The only team that has two goaltenders on there roster.

Colonials- A pretty solid team, this team is starting to play like a team and everything is starting to click. Could go far in the playoffs if everything stays as it is going now.

Freeze- A team that is rebuilding but has strong defense which has gotten them far thus far. This team needs to start scoring in they want to get pass thew first round of playoffs.


Stars- A team that is rebuilding but could prevail if team starts making good decisions. Stars have defense which have gotten them far as well


AMERICAN CONFERENCE

Wildcats- A team that is still undefeated and that is favorite of capturing numerous of league titles. This team has proved its self what team work is all about.


Thunder- A team that is rebuilding but is still playing solid hockey. This team still has a chance to defend its title if there new players stand up against there conference opponents.

Saints- A team that is starting come out of its shell. This team is a young talented and has great goal-tending so this team could surprise everybody coming into playoffs.

Ice Hawks- A team that is still trying to gets first win. A team that is still rebuilding and still going through a youth movement. This team has alot of potential and one season hopefully will earn their first cup.



The RHL wished all the teams the best and a good rest of the season.



Captains Meeting Update

July 20, 2011 – 08:15 PM
Today was a captains meeting between Kyle Cichorek, Game Day Operations Manager Adil Khalil, Chief Operating Officer, Umar Fahim, Hockey Operations Assistant and Kory Hiller,Commissioner.

This meeting was to update the captains on new rules and policies. Below is a briefing from this meeting.

1.) All captains should of been given a sub list to Kyle which the league should be kept on file.

2.) Each team should have a goaltender on the active roster.

3.) All captains were made aware of any players who have been released of have withdrawn from the league.


Captains who have questions regarding any rules or policies are urged to contact a league administrator.

Thank you.

RHL Executives


All Games Postponed

July 20, 2011 – 08:10 PM
Due to the heatwave and extreme heat, all games have been rescheduled till next week. This is for the safety of all official, players and league administrators.

Special NHL Appereance Success

July 20, 2011 – 08:00 PM
The RHL had Michael BOOMER Geoffrion at the RHL Rink today. Mr. Geoffrion talked about his officiating experience, signed autographs and officiated a special scrimmage. Everybody had a great time and had a chance to ask questions.


Leagues Boomer Worked:

NHL
American Hockey League
Division I College
East Coast Hockey League

We were very fourntate to have this person come today!!

Colonials Earn First Place In National Conference With WIn Over Freeze

July 19, 2011 – 09:00 PM
The Colonials a team who is rebuilding faced the 2010 National Conference Champions. This game would be all Colonials as they would shutout the Freeze by a score of 3-0

The First period started out like no other, hard shots with great defense. Both teams got challenged but both goaltenders were up to the task. The Colonials would get two huge scoring chances but a diving Freeze goaltender would keep the game scoreless and as time expired we were tied at 0-0.

The Second period was no different, huge shots with great defense. The Colonials wanted to send a message that they are a contender for the cup and they did exactly did as they would score a goal off a rebound to put it home to take a 1-0 lead. The Freeze would try to get something going but an acrobatic goaltender would keep them off the scoreboard and as time expired the Colonials would be up 1-0.

In the third period the Colonials make a leap for it. The Colonials came out and scored a huge 2 on 1 to take a 2-0 lead. The Colonials would get two more huge chances to increase the lead but a diving goaltender would keep them off the scoreboard, and another one hitting the cross bar that would keep the game a two goal game. The Freeze would try to get something going but the Colonials defense would not let anything get pass them. The Colonials would get one last goal within under a minute to take a 3-0 lead and as time expired the Colonials would take the game and the win by a score of 3-0

Game Note: First Shutout for the Colonials Since 2007!!

Stars Up set Avalanche and Win Nailbiter 2-1

July 18, 2011 – 08:00 PM
The 2010 Continental Cup Champions would face a power-full NY Stars a team who was desperate to get there first win and that is exactly as they did as they would pull of a shocker of a score of 2-1.

The first period started out fast as both teams were fighting for possession of the puck. Both teams shot hard but their respective goaltenders were up to the task. However midway through the period the Avalanche would go up by 1-0 on a slap shot from the captain. The Stars however would not let that get to them and with under a minute left the Stars would take advantage of a rebound and would put it home to tie the game at 1-1 and as tile expired the Avalanche and starts were tied at 1-1.

In the second period both teams would play defense and would kill of 5 on 3 power-plays. This period featured penalties and a close goal by the Avalanche but a diving A Stars goaltender would keep the game tied. As the period came to a close we were deadlocked at 1-1.

In the third period both teams were trying to gain the upper hand but great goal tending kept each team up the scoreboard. The Stars however would break through which was the game winner with under 1"15 second to go on a goal mouth scramble to take a 2-1 lead. The Avalanche would try to score again but the Stars goaltender would shut any chances the Avalanche would have and the Stars would earn their first victory of the season.

Game Notes: First time in team history that the Stars would beat the Avalanche by one goal.


New Rule

July 16, 2011 – 08:30 PM
The following Rule IS Regarding Substitutes:

1.) There will be a minimum of (2) subs per game.

2.) League administrators and game day staff must approve.

3.) The same subs can never repeat its self.

4.) Captains must be notify the league if subs are needed.

5. The league does not apply to goaltenders.




Ramaquois Practice Schedule

July 16, 2011 – 01:45 PM
Here is the rest of the practice schedule

Monday 7/18
Tuesday 7/19
Wednesday 7/20
Thursday 7/21
Friday 7/22

ALL PLAYERS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND

Thank You!!

Travel Practice Rescheduled

July 16, 2011 – 01:10 PM
The travel game vs Spring Lake has been reschedules for Monday, July 25th.

We apologize for any inconvenience


Travel News Update

July 16, 2011 – 01:00 PM
The travel game practices are underway. We expect that all players try to attend as many practices as possibles. Travel practices are for players benefit. They are ment to help you work with your teammates, improve skills and know your line-mates.

If you can make it to practices, please alert the head coach/ President and Director of player operations/ Kory Hiller.




Players of the Week 1 and 2

July 16, 2011 – 01:00 PM
The Ice Hawks captain is player for week # 3 for being a leader and trying very hard.


The Wildcats captain is player of the week #3 for leading his team into
week # 4 undefeated.

Wildcats Shutout Saints 5-0

July 16, 2011 – 12:30 PM
The Wildcats the only defeated team in the American Conference would match-up against the Saints who eliminated them from the playoffs last season. This was a game the Wildcats desperately wanted to win and did exactly did as they would score 5 goals to win 5-0.

The first period stared our really fast as both teams would fight for the puck. Both teams would play back and forth defense. The Wildcats however would score quickly on a slap shot inside the blue line to take a 1-0 lead. The Wildcats were still not done and would take a 2-0 lead on a backhand shot. The Saints would try to score but the Wildcats defense was unstoppable and as time expired the Wildcats would be up 2-0 .

The Second period was full of scoring opportunities as both teams were trying to top each other. The Wildcats did not stop and would score another goal this time on a power-play to take a 3-0 lead. Later in the period the Saints had a chance to score but would be denied by a sprawling Wildcats goaltenders. The Wildcats would take advantage of a huge Saints mistake and would put the puck in the net to take a 4-0 lead and as time expired the Wildcats would take a commanding 4-0 lead into the third period

In The Third period the Saints would play more defense type of hockey. The Saints would let there emotions get the best of them which gave The Wildcats two 5 on 3 power-play opportunities. The Wildcats would score one more time which would be again on a power-play to take a 5-0 lead. The Rest of the period both teams would play carefully and as the final buzzer sounded the Wildcats would get another win and still be undefeated.

Game Notes: The only team who remains undefeated in league play

Thunder Shutouts Ice Hawks 2-0

July 11, 2011 – 07:30 PM
In a game against a division rival the Thunder would face the powerful Ice Hawks but once again dominated and would shutout the Ice hawks by a score of 2-0.

The first period started out strong as both teams crashed the net. The Thunder would win the battles in the corner and 45 seconds in the Thunder would get on the board with a slap shot to take a 1-0 lead. The Ice Hawks would try to gain possession of the puck but couldn't The manage to get anything going and as time expired the Thunder had a 1-0 lead.

The Second period was no different as both teams were trying to play head up hockey. The Ice Hawks would play tight defense but would give up the puck in there own zone which the Thunder took advantage of to take a 2-0 lead. Later in the period the Ice Hawks would try to take advantage but would get stopped on a breakaway and as time expired the Thunder had a 2-0 lead.

In the third period both teams would fight for the puck but both goaltenders were up for the task. This period featured penalties and shots that were going wide. The Ice Hawks had a chance to score but were stopped by an amazing goaltender and as time expired the Thunder would gain a victory and improve to 1-1 on the season.


Game Note: First shutout for the Thunder




RHL Travel Practices Information

July 10, 2011 – 07:30 PM
All players who been selected to play for this travel all star team are expected to come to all practices.

Travel Practice Starts - NO GAMES JULY 8, 2011

Due to the start of travel practices there are no games scheduled for Friday, July 8, 2011.

Sorry for the inconvenience to any players or teams.

Wildcats Imrpove to 2-0 On Season

July 7, 2011 – 10:15 PM
The Wildcats a team who was 1-0 would host the Colonials in a inter conference match up. This game would have alot of interesting turns but the Wildcats would prevail to be on top of a score of 3-1

In the first period both teams would play hard and would take shots on goal and would play defense play defense hockey. The Wildcats would keep getting shots on net and would take a 1-0 lead on a 30 footer. With the Wildcats up 1-0 the Colonials knew they had to score and would tie the game with a pass in front that would trickle in and we would be tied at 1-1. With the final siren going off we were deadlock at 1-1

The Second period was full of action as both teams tried to get the next goals. With a tie score both teams knew the next goal was crucial. The Wildcats would put on a shooting clinic and would score again to take a 2-1 lead. The Colonials would try to get the next goal but could t get the extra goal. The Wildcats would get an insurance goal late to take a commanding 3-1 lead and as time expired the Wildcats would be up by a score of 3-1 and as time expired the Wildcats would be up 3-+1.

In the third period both teams would battle for the puck but could not score. Both teams would get equal opportunities but great goaltender kept this a quirt period and as time expired the Wildcats would get another win and remain undefeated.

Game Notes: The Wildcats would start the season at 2-0 tying a team record

Avalanche Earns First Win of Season

July 6, 2011 – 08:30 PM
Today's games would be the Avalanche against the Freeze. This game would be in the favor on the Avalanche and in the end the Avalanche would destroy the Freeze by a score of 6-2.

In the first period the Avalanche would come on to the rink strong and powerful and would take a 1-0 lead on a shot that found the back of the net. Thirty seconds later the Avalanche would score again on a give and go to take a 2-0 lead. With the Avalanche up 2-0 the Freeze knew they had to score and did exactly that on a lose puck in front of the net to cut the lead to 2-1 and as time expired the Avalanche would be up a score of 2-1.

In the second period the Avalanche would go on a huge scoring outburst. The Avalanche would start on a goal by there captain 10 feet away to take a 4-0 lead. The Freeze would try to get score but a great Avalanche defense would prevent it. The Avalanche would get another goal on a 2 on 0 rush to take a 5 nothing lead. The Freeze would try to score but an awesome Avalanche goaltender would keep them off the scoreboard. The Avalanche would get one more scoring chance and would take advantage of it on a slap-shot to take a 6-1 lead and as the period came to a close the Avalanche would be up by a score of 6-1.

In the third period both teams played hard and tight defense. The Freeze would not go down without a fight and would get a huge goal by there youngest player that found top shelf to cut the lead to 6-2. The rest of period both teams were trying to put play each-other and as time expired the Avalanche would defeat the Freeze by a score of 6-2 and earn three points.

Game Notes: The Avalanche would tie a team record for most goals in a single game.


Saints Shutout Stars 9-0

July 5, 2011 – 10:00 PM
The Saints a team who was 1-7 last year surprised the whole league by blasting past the Stars 9-0.



The Saints would remember how the 2010 season ended so the Saints acquire some new talent and would show the league what they were made of. The first period started out strong in favor of the Saints as they would score 10 seconds in by a new rookie to take a 1-0 lead. The Saints were not done there and score two more goals of a span of 1:45 to take a 3-0 lead. later in the period the Stars had a chance but hit the net wide and as time expired the Saints had a 3-0 lead.

The Second period was same as the saints would turn up the scoring and that exactly what they did and would score on a 2 on 1 break to take a 4-0 lead. The Saints were still down putting up points and would get a goal on a breakaway to take a 5-0 lead.

In the third period, The Saints would not let down and would score a power-play on to take a 6-0 lead. The Saints were still not finished and would score a huge goal on a breakaway to take a 7-0 lead. The Saints were not done there and would score again back to back to take a 9-0 lead and as the final buzzer sounded the Saints would shut out the Stars 9-0

The RHL apologizes for any inconvenience to parents, captains, and fans. We were undergoing two technical problems but are fixed at this time.




Question and Answers Regarding Equipment

July 4, 2011 – 10:19 AM
Question: What Equipment Should I Bring?
Answer: Helmet, Stick Gloves

Question: Do I Have to Buy Equipment
Answer: Not mandatory , But recommended
(Having your own equipment would be more comfortable)


Question: When Does Equipment Get Returned:
Answer: Whenever Requested.


Any additional questions, please contact the commissioner.

Player of the Week

July 4, 2011 – 10:00 AM
The player of the week goes to the Stars goaltender/captain for only giving up 1 goal in 2 games. This player has proved him self from last season by working hard and showing commitment and dedication.

Freeze Pounces All Over Defending Cup Champions

July 4, 2011 – 09:16 PM
This game would be a rematch between the defending cup champions Thunder against the Freeze. With both teams losing players in the off season it would test which team would prevail. The Thunder and the Freeze would put on a good contest but in the end the Freeze would dominate and would pick a win in opening week.

The first period started out strong and both team crashed the net. The Freeze still had the memory of last season when they were so close to the cup but could not capatalzie. This would not be the case today and would score only 0:24 seconds in to take a 1-0 lead on a slap shot. The Freeze would not let down and would score again on a 2-1 break to take a commanding 2-0 lead. With the score in the favor of the Freeze the Thunder knew they had to get back in the game and they did exactly and would score on a goalmouth scramble to cut the lead in half, and as time expired the Freeze would have a 2-1 lead over the Thunder.

As the second period began both teams would play smart and would try to stay disciplined. The Thunder would get a penalty 10 seconds into the period and the freeze would not waste this opportunity and would score on the power-play to take a 3-1 lead. The rest of the period both teams would play tight defense and would not let up and as the period came to an end the Freeze would be up by a score of 3-1.

In the third period, the Freeze would get a huge insurance goal on partial breakaway to take a 4-1 lead, with only 3o seconds in. The Thunder would try to get something going but could not get a shot on net. The Freeze would score a huge knockout punch on a goal from inside the right circle to take a 5-1 lead. The Thunder would get a huge opportunity to score late in the period but the Freeze would not stand up to the Thunder and as time expired, the Freeze would earn a huge victory.

Game Notes: The Freeze assistant captain would have 4 goals tying the league record for most goals in a game.






Colonials Srtorm Past Ice Hawks By A Score of 5-0

June 30, 2011 – 07:40 PM
In another conference match-up the Colonials would face the Ice Hawaks. This would be a great game but in the end the Colonials would come out with a victory and start their season on the right foot.


The first period started out fast as both teams came out hard and crashed the net. The Colonials would get the first goal on a 2-1 break with only thirty seconds in to take a 1-0 lead. The Colonials were not done there and would make it 2-0 a minute later on a feed in front to take a 2-0 lead. The Ice Hawks would try to put something together and could not score. The Colonials would get one more goal late with a a 10 footer in side the right circle to take a 3-0 lead and as time expired the Colonials would hold a commanding 3-0 lead.

In the second period both teams would play defense hockey and neither team would score. The Ice Hawks had a great shot by their new acquired captain a but could not capitalize and as time expired the Colonials would still be up 3-0 in a scoreless period.

The third period was full of back and forth hockey. The Colonials would score on a power-play goal to take a 4-0 lead on a pass in front. The Colonials would get another goal less then a minute left on breakaway to take a 5-0 lead. The Ice Hawks would get scoring chances but could not score and as time expired the Colonials would earn a shutout and their goaltender would earn his first career shutout.

Game Notes: The Colonials scored two goals in 1:45 span- New Franchise Record.

New Associate Commissioner Named

June 29, 2011 – 10:00 PM
RHL Names legend Brian Shure Associate Commissioner.

The RHL has named Brian Shure Associate Commissioner Mr. Shure brings commitment, dedication, knowledge and skills to the league and to the table. He is also a member of the 2011 class of hockey hall of fame. Mr. Shure is a role model, leader that know one else can live up to This is a person who everybody should try to follow.

Welcome Aboard!!

WIldcats Destory Avlanche

June 29, 2011 – 09:42 PM
With the Avalanche wanted to redeem them selves from last season the Avalanche would open the 2011 campaign against the 2010 American conference champions, Wildcats. The game was a battle but in the end the Wildcats come out on top of a score of 4-2.

The first period was a fast pace period with both teams playing tight close hockey. The Avalanche would hit the back of the net with only 1:45 in with a slap shot to take a 1-0 lead. The Wildcats would try to get on the board but the Avalanche goaltender was on fire. The Wildcats would try to make a final attempt but would be denied and as the period came to an end the Avalanche would hold the lead 1-0.

The second period was full of scoring chanced. The Wildcats wanted to send a message that they would be pushed around and would respond with a shot inside the right circle on a power-play to take a 1-0 lead. With the game tied at 1-1 both teams would play aggressive type of hockey. The Wildcats would not hold back and would take a 2-1 lead by a their new acquired forward. The Wildcats would not stop there and would put the puck in the net on a beautiful give and go to take a 3-1 lead. The Avalanche would try to fight back but as time expired the Wildcats would have a 3-1 lead.

The Wildcats and Avalanche would play more defensive style of hockey and the Avalanche would take an opportunity to get back in the game with a goal by there captain midway through the period to cut the lead to 3-2. The Wildcats and Avalanche would try to shutdown each other and the Wildcats would shut the door on the Avalanche on a 3-1 break to take a commanding 4-2 lead. The Avalanche would try to come back but would be denied on every shot and as the final horn sounded the Wildcats would start out on a positive note and would earn three points.

Game Notes: The Wildcats goaltender would earn his first ever career win vs the Avalanche

Hall of Fame UPDATE

June 26, 2011 – 09:36 PM
RHL Hall of Fame Website scheduled to be launched by July 5, 2011- Work maintenance in progress Please be patient as we prepare for this step and can be very time consuming. When this project is completed, we will alert everybody.

Safety News 2011

June 26, 2011 – 07:20 PM
There will be news about safety and information posted though the season by our community relations manager, Bruce Sierra. Please take this seriously as well do. This is for your benefit and to ensure that everybody is prepared to keep them self well throughout another summer.

Captain and League Information

June 26, 2011 – 07:07 PM
Captains will be named in the upcoming days. Please be patient as the league office prepares for this. This website will be updated throughout the day.

Kessler Cup Naming

May 21, 2011 – 03:20 PM
The Kessler Cup was named of two camp owners. This game is an annual game where teams come together and skills and talents are put to the test. Athleticism, sportsmanship and team work are a big part of this game.

We wish all the teams the very best for this game and event.


TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2011

Kessler Cup

May 21, 2011 – 03:00 PM
The travel league will now be playing more for pride this year. They will now be playing now for the Kessler Cup, which is awarded now for the Travel Game Champion.

The RHL Dragons would love to earn this after losing a heart breaker last year on July 30th to Spring Lake All-stars to a score of 5-3.

RHL Dragons Head Coach, General Manager and President stated "Last Season was a learning process but we know what we need to do and what preparations we have to do. We are more prepared and determined to play hard and work as a team and that starts with the captains all the way down to regular players. We are determined to win the game and bring the cup back home"

RHL Orientation 2011

May 21, 2011 – 02:45 PM
The RHL Orientation will take place on Friday, June 10th at 11:00 AM in Teaneck, NJ. A reminder will be sent out via email and text message on Tuesday, June 7th. Rain date will be, June 14, 2011.



Employment Status

May 21, 2011 – 02:30 PM
The RHL is very fortunate to have one of the best people working this season. These individuals come with professionalism, judgment. commitment and dedication.

Keep up the hard work!!

New Community Relations Manager Hired

May 4, 2011 – 04:30 PM
The RHL is proud to hire Bruce Sierra as our Community Relations/Equipment Manager. Mr. Sierra brings this league experience and professionalism to the RHL. Mr. Sierra will be responsible for the supervision of the game day operations and equipment operations departments as well as enforcing and correcting any safety violations.

Team Preview for Summer 2011 Season

May 4, 2011 – 04:30 PM
Team Preview 2011-Scouting Report for the 2011 season
Below you will find team preview for 2011 Season.

National Conference

Avalanche
2010 Finish Conference Finals Runner UP
2011 Estimate Seed: #1

Are the returning 2011 Divisional and Regular Season Champions. This team also set the record for being undefeated foe the 2010 season. The Avalanche are expected to make great achievements through the season and reach the finals for the first time since 2005. With alot of veteran players and a solid goaltender and alot of talent this team will be a contender for the cup.



Freeze
2010 Finish:2010 Cup Runner-UP
2011 Estimate Seed:#2

Are the 2011 National Conference Champions. This team plays its heart out but lost alot of players. This player has new management and players. This team has alot of heart and potential when they stick together. This team was the runner -up for the Continental Cup and feel short of the cup but with a new captain we are assure that this team will once again be a threat for the cup.

Colonials
2010 Finish: Quarterfinals lost to the the Avalanche
2011 Projection Seed:# 4

A team who suffered alot due to the youth movement for this club. With there captains quitting last season, this team will have rely on their rookies and younger players. The Colonials were Cup Champions in the mid 2,000's but with the lost of veteran players seemed to hurt them. If the Colonials play smart hockey and play their cards right then anything can happen and hopefully end the season at 500 or better.

Stars:
2010 Finish: Quarterfinals lost to the Stars
2011 Projection Seed:#3

Will be hurting this year. With the lost of there captain, this will be a test to see what there team is made of. This team was back to back champions 288 and 2009. With the Stars going towards younger players and new goaltenders anything can happen. The Stars need solid defense and timely scoring if they are going to be in the mix of the cup. The stars will have a season of rebuilding and adjusting to there new players and captain.

American Conference
Ice Hawks
2010 Finish: Lost to Thunder in Quarterfinals-
2011 Projection Seed: #4
Will be rebuilding again for the 2011 season. This team will also be under the youth movement as this team has lost of its players and is rebuilding from scratch. With new captains and management this team can hopefully redeem its self and make playoffs a reality once again.

Saints
2010 Finish: Lost to Thunder in Semifinals
2011 Projection Seed:#2
A team who needs to think of its future and try to earn a championship. The Saints have alot of potential but need steady goaltender and to try to stay injury free. Injures and the lack go a regular starting goaltender were big issues last season but upset the number one seed Wildcats in the playoffs. The upset of the Wildcats was the third biggest upset in league history. If this team plays together they team could be a contender for the cup as well as a contender.

Wildcats
2010 Finish: Lost to Saints in Quarterfinals
A team who can be a huge threat when they are on fire. This team set the A team record with being in first place. This team has a young but has alot of power but were upset by the Saints in a conversational game. This team has a chance to overcome there playoff exit. The Wildcats are expected to go far in the playoffs and hopefully become champions.

Thunder
2010 Finish: Continental Cup Champions
2011 Finish:#4
The 2010 Champions. The Thunder has alot on the line this season as the year the defending American and Continental Cup Champions. With the lost of their captain and starting players, this team will have to push themselves to the limit if they wish to raise the cup in August. When this team is on a hot streak, nothing can stop them.

The RHL wishes all the teams, the best of luck in the 2011 season!!

Last Employee Hired for 2011 Season

April 14, 2011 – 08:30 AM
THe RHL has hired Thomas Vogel as Director of Team Serives and Communications. He is responsible for overseeing anything pertaning to teams as well as communicating with all league administraors effectively as well as overseeing staff and other events. He will also be present on travel events and RHL sanctioned events as well. Mr. Vogel brings expierence and high level of competance to this league.

New Eployees Hired

March 25, 2011 – 06:12 PM
The RHL is underway with the 2011 spring season. We. Have hired six instructors and assistants who have dedicated and committed themselves to this league. We have hired Jak Chota and Simon Popovic who are work for our community relations department. They are responsible for setting up equipment and provide supervision for all players and campers.
We also have coming on board is Jordan Jackson, a hockey player who has a lot of passion for the game of hockey and has a lot of heart and determination. He is responsible for working with players who need extra assistance and helping with our goaltender program as well.Coming on board also are Daniel DeMarco and Jordan Tannenbaum who come to this league with a lot of experience. These players have experience from goaltending to regular player. board.The last person but not least coming on board is Adil Khalil is comes with over 10 years of experience. He has played professional roller hockey and has won numerous of league championships and national championships as well. Adil Khalil is also our COO/Event Services Director as well.

All of these people bring this league dedication, commitment, passion. We have added these people to bring this league to a whole new level.

RHL welcomes Ryan Mevlin and Brian Clancy

March 17, 2011 – 09:40 PM
The RHL welcomes two new employees, Ryan Melvin and Brian Clancy

Ryan Melvin comes into this league with over 10 years of experience. Mr.Melvin will serve this league in many capactities from an official to a hockey operations assistant. We are very fortunate to have him on board


Brian Clancy is also a new employee to the RHL. Mr. Clancy comes to this league with alot of knowledge and officiating experience. Brian Clancy has officiated at every level from junior to division I college. He will take on the role as an officiating supervisor and will be on site for all travel games.



Employment Deadline Approaching

March 17, 2011 – 09:30 PM
This is to inform all applicants that the deadline for new applications are due in by April 1, 2011. At that point in time, we will close employment opportunities for the 2011 season. We are still in need in one more goaltender and player instructor. Please note that unless contracts are signed, your employment will not be valid.


RHL Dragons Game Announced

March 9, 2011 – 04:00 PM
The RHL is very proud to announced that The RHL will be facing Spring Lake for the second year. The game will take place on Tuesday, July 19, 2011 at Ramaquois from 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM.


President/ General Manager/ Head Coach Kory Hiller quotes " We are very fortunate to have a great team full of talent to win this year" We have to work hard in practice and our captains and assistant captains have to be leaders on and off the rink. With the club we have this season we can be unstoppable if we play our cards right. We leared alot last season with thr 5-3 loss and hopefully things will go in our favor.


More information to follow.

We are also going to be launching our facebook and on twitter by the end of the month.



New League Rules and Regulations Added To The Rulebook

February 28, 2011 – 05:20 PM
The RHL is currently still adding and deleting rules from the rule book. New rules will be added to the website by May 1, 2011. Any team who thinks we should add or delete something, please let us the league know.

Social MEdia Sites to Be Launched

February 28, 2011 – 05:00 PM
The RHL is very proud to announce that we are launching our own facebook page as well as twitter in the upcoming weeks. More information to follow. We are aiming to Launch the site by April 1, 2011.

RHL Adds New Employee and Resigns another

January 18, 2011 – 04:30 PM
The RHL is very proud of re-hiring Gary Schoeppler, director of operations. Mr. Schoeppler returns to the RHL from a three year absence. Mr. Scheoppler is now responsible for all programs, and especially working with all league programs. We are very lucky to have this individual in such an important role and to take on a role as a league administrator.



The RHL has also re-signed administrator ( Customer Service Manager) Chris Zaragoza for the 2011 season. MR. Zaragoza brings hockey knowledge and skating agenda to the RHL.


These gentlemen bring professionalism, dedication and commitment to hockey. We are very fortunate to work with these individuals as a league employee.

Community School Visit A Success

January 11, 2011 – 04:20 PM
below is the a copy courtesy of our media relations department news article


January 5th 2011—On a cold windy winter day, Its 7:30 AM and 8 employees from the RHL staff arrive to present a hockey presentation to the students and facility of Saint Joseph School for the deaf, to educate and promote Hockey Appreciation Day as well as Hockey Across America for the month of January.


Kory Hiller, the son of one of our teachers, a certified lifeguard and swim team coach, as well as a commissioner of the RHL has organized a magnificent event and interactive assembly for grades 3rd through 5th. The guests are, player, Christopher Pellicone and goaltender, Bryan Paciente, and professional hockey referee and professional baseball player Michael “Boomer” Geoffrion, he is also the nephew of Bernie Geoffrion who played for the Montreal Canadians and also has an cousin who plays for the Nashville Predators . The RHL also had support from its league administrators as well.

RHL administrator Marc Zurla, spoke to students about hockey , its rules, the safety and importance of equipment, and different plays were demonstrated by players Chris Pellicone and Brian Paciente. All students, got a chance to shoot pucks into a net guarded by goaltender, Brian Paciente. Children also got a chance to ask questions as well. Our professional referee spoke to students about officials, and showed them jerseys and patches. He also signed posters and pucks for all students to take home.
The RHL gave out donations such as; posters, autographed photos, hats, pucks and a giveaway bag to each player. The RHL had donations from the Detroit Red Wings, Binghamton Senators, Stockton Thunder, Bauer Sports shop, and USA Hockey .
We want to thank a wonderful SJSD interpreter Faye Tanzer and to Kris Sweeny with her delicious breakfast. We also want to thank RHL employees Marc Zurla, Jerry Zurla, Joey Albarelli. Leon Cromer, Kyle Cichorek with all of your hard work and of coarse we cannot forget to thank our interactive guests, Chris Pellicone, Bryan Piacente and Mike “Boomer” Geoffrion. All of these people made this event possible.
Thank you all!!

January 1, 2011 – 11:00 AM
The following people have been selected for this event

Josh Stone
Kyle Cichorek
Dylan Kwitchoff
Chris Pellicone
Hal Abraham
Jerry Zurla
Marc Zurla
Brian Picente
Joey Albarelli
Mike Geoffrion

All of these people will either be demonstrating hockey skills, instructing children in a clinic or providing administrative support on location





RHL Will Conduct Community Service at Saint Joseph School for the Deaf

December 28, 2010 – 06:00 PM
The RHL and all of our departments will conduct a special community service event at Saint Joseph School for the Deaf on January 5, 2011. All of our league departments to assist us. These are students who have a hearing disability. There will be special guest speakers, interactive games and other hockey related activities. We will post pictures on our website at later in the month.

Please check back for updates.


RHL Hires New Two New League Administrators

December 19, 2010 – 10:45 PM
The RHL is very proud to hire two new administrators, Tara Agnesini and Kyle Cichorek. They are both very hard working individuals. Kyle has just gratured college and will over see our school programs as well help in the field with related league projects. Tara Agnesini will assit and supervise staff for event and summer league programs. We are very fourtante to have the best staff on board.

2011 Employment Process Underway

October 16, 2010 – 06:25 PM
The RHL is currently seeking applicants for the 2011 season. The following is a list of positions that are availabl as of October 2010.

Executive
Assistant to the commissioner
Team Operations
Director
Game Day Operations
Director
Scorekeeper/Time Keeper
Officiating Department
Lead/Supervisor
Referee
Linesmen
Officials must know the game of hockey well
(USA Hockey preferred but not mandatory
(Officials must also purchase a name plate from officialswearhouse.com)
Hockey Operations
Goaltender Instructor
Player Instructor

There will be other potions added throughout the year. Please check back since employment jobs are always being added.

All applications must fill out the following:
1. Application
2. Contact Form
3. Questionnaire
4. Background Authorization form

For more information about job opportunities. please call the commissioner at 845-641-9852.

All applicants must be available between the hours of 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM and camp and league days are June 27th though August 18th.








Welcome to the RHL

October 16, 2010 – 06:20 PM
The official home of the RHL- Premier Summer Hockey League since 2005

This is also the official source for officials, players and administrators.
This website will be updated on rules, league information and league employment.


Web-Site Season Reset

October 16, 2010 – 06:15 PM
The league website has been rest for 2011 season. Please check back since the website will be updated more frequently then in the past.

The RHL once again would like to thank all general and assistant managers and captain and assistant captains for making this league a success
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