The Boston Jr. Huskies are a Tier I ice hockey program, playing in the Eastern Hockey Federation, New England's premier AAA amateur minor hockey league. The Jr. Huskies play at the Canton Ice House located in Canton, Massachusetts.

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Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions & more.

 

Preseason High School Conditioning Camp

 

Preseason High School Conditioning Camp

Open to ALL High School Boys and Girls

Canton Ice House

November 21st - November 25th

Cost:    $180

$150 Huskies Players

  $150 ALL GOALIES

Space will be limited

 

Schedule:

Wednesday, November 21st:         2:30-4:20 PM

Friday, November 23rd:               2:30-4:20 PM

Sunday, November 25th:             2:30-4:20 PM

 

Coaching Staff:

David Spinale,  Head Coach Xaverian HS

David Fasano,   Head Coach Braintree HS

John Blake,        Head Coach Duxbury HS

Chris Googins,  Head Coach Whitman-Hanson HS

Dino Federico Boston Junior Huskies

Mass Crease Goaltending

 

Register Here

http://bostonjrhuskies.com/Registration/Default.asp?org=BOSTONJRHUSKIES.COM


by posted 10/24/2018
EHF Schedule

 

 

Game Schedules


by posted 08/16/2018
BJH Partners with MassCrease Goaltender Training

 

 

Mass Crease was developed by former NHL Goaltender, Brian Eklund. This unique program develops the goaltender from the ground up. Goaltending is a unique position in the game of hockey. As a goalie you have to be strong, athletic, flexible, intelligent and most importantly quick. All these characteristics are developed through repetition, drills, technique, off-ice training and exceptional coaching.

Brian Eklund has shaped a program which bears a striking resembelance to the type of training you see with Professional Goaltenders. It’s a combination of On-Ice and Off-Ice Training. On-Ice we work on the technique between the pipes, which is a hybrid of the Quebec and Finnish styles. We build goaltenders from skating to puck handling and concentrate on technique while developing the agility needed to compete at the "next level". Off-Ice we condition the goaltender through strength training and agility exercises. Off-Ice shapes the goalie and On-Ice perfects the goalie.  

Massachusetts Crease believes that your goalie learns best in small numbers, so we are keeping our coach to goalie ratio low. Technique is best taught through example, which is why our coaches are in full gear. It’s a concept Brian Eklund started and somethings are better left untouched.

The game of hockey is competitive and we believe in hard work and dedication, but we are also big believers in having fun! Both can be accomplished through Massachusetts Crease. I believe it and guarantee it!


by posted 10/10/2016
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