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Andy Gargiulo and Collin O'Hearn named Players of the Week!
02/13/2018
  Guilford, Conn.-- After a great weekend for the 18U team,...
Elite Hockey Ready for ECEL Playoffs!
02/08/2018
Guilford, Conn.,  Elite Hockey 18U and 15U travel to Hingham,...
Tryout Dates & Times Announced!
02/06/2018
Guilford, Conn., - The Elite Hockey Program is pleased to announce...
Elite Hockey Program Announces 12U & 14U Coaches for 2018-19!
01/18/2018
Guilford, Conn., Elite Hockey Program is proud to announce its...
Elite Hockey Program announces 15U Coaching Staff for 2018-19
01/17/2018
  Guilford, Conn.-- Elite Hockey Program would like to announce...
Elite Hockey Program Announces 16U Coaching Staff for 2018-19
01/11/2018
January 12, 2018 Guilford, Conn., - The Elite Hockey Program...
JUST IN: 2018-19 Elite Hockey Program 18U Coaching Announcement
01/05/2018
January 5, 2018 Guilford, Conn., - The Elite Hockey Program is...
Elite Hockey Program | 2018-19 Program Outline
01/03/2018
Elite Hockey Program | 2018-19 Program Outline   The...
JUST IN: THE ELITE HOCKEY PROGRAM JOINS THE NAPHL
06/27/2017
ELITE HOCKEY PROGRAM JOINS THE NAPHL June 27, 2017 GUILFORD,...
David Crandall named Elite Hockey 15U Associate Head Coach
02/03/2017
  Guilford, Conn. -- The Elite Hockey Program is excited...
Northford Ice Pavilion | Our Home
02/02/2017
As players and families, start to prepare for the 2017/18 hockey...
 
Andy Gargiulo and Collin O'Hearn named Players of the Week!

O'Hearn and Gargiulo were dominant forces

 

Guilford, Conn.-- After a great weekend for the 18U team, Goaltender Andy Gargiulo (Mamaroneck, NY) and Forward Collin O’Hearn (Allen,TX) were named Elite Hockey Program’s players of the week.

EHP, had a great run in the East Coast Elite League Championship weekend.  The 18U team won 4 straight games before losing in the Championship game in Overtime to Boston Advantage. Gargiulo played in all 5 games going 4-1 while only allowing 6 goals all weekend. O’Hearn lead the charge offensively for EHP scoring 7 goals including a hat trick against the Boston Shamrocks on Friday evening.

“Losing in the championship game definitely hurt and still does,” stated EHP  18U Head Coach Luke Curadi.  “With that said our players had a great mentality all weekend and competed at a level that was great to see.  Andy was dominant in net and definitely gave us a sense of security when things got dicey.  Collin was a stud all weekend scoring the majority of his goals from the net front.  The ECEL playoffs was a great showing for all of our kids and we look forward to competing for another title in the NAPHL.”

Congratulations to both Andy and Collin on a great weekend.

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by Master Admin posted 02/13/2018
Elite Hockey Ready for ECEL Playoffs!

Guilford, Conn.,

 Elite Hockey 18U and 15U travel to Hingham, Massachusetts this weekend for the East Coast Elite League (ECEL) Championship weekend.  Both teams will play 3 round robin games in hopes of advancing to the semi- final and championship rounds on Sunday.   Teams are ranked in order by their regular season record in ECEL league play.

The top ranked 18U team (11-1 in ECEL 18U Division), lead by Halen Cookston (15 points in 12 ECEL games) will play Friday at 5:10 PM against the Boston Shamrocks.  Saturday, the 18U’s will battle NH Avalanche at 9:50 AM before taking on Seacoast Spartans at 7:00 PM.

The 15U’s (2-5 in ECEL 16U Division) expect CJ Stafford (8 points in 7 ECEL games) to be a key offensive component.  On Friday, Elite takes on top ranked Newbridge Academy at 5:10 PM before facing Hill Academy  at 9:50 AM and Team Maryland at 3:20 PM on Saturday.

“Both teams are dialed in for  ECEL Winter Championship weekend,” stated Peter Alden, EHP President and 15U Head Coach.  “Both teams have prepared themselves with good intensity in practices and really being on point with mental preparation.  We are very excited to see how the weekend plays out.”

Best of luck to our 18U and 16U teams as they will be competing for a chance to raise the ECEL Cup!

**All games for both teams will be played at Pilgrim Arena  in Hingham, MA.


by posted 02/08/2018
Tryout Dates & Times Announced!

Guilford, Conn., - The Elite Hockey Program is pleased to announce the dates and times for their 2018-2019 full season tryouts! For the upcoming season, the Elite Hockey Program will host seven teams at the Tier 1 AAA level: 18U, 16U, 15U, 14U, 13U, 12U & 10U. The dates and tryout times for each level are listed below.

Please register for tryouts by clicking here: Elite Hockey Program Tryouts

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Luke Curadi: LCuradi@Elitehockeyaaa.com

18U: 2000 & 2001's

April 14: 10:00AM

April 14: 3:30PM

April 15: 10:15AM

16U: 2002 & 2003's

April 14: 11:10AM

April 14: 4:40PM

April 15: 11:30AM

15U: 2003's Only

April 14: 11:10AM

April 14: 4:40PM

April 15: 11:30AM

14U: 2004's

April 11: 7:30PM

April 12: 7:30PM

April 14: 12:20PM

13U:  2005's

March 19: 7:10PM

March 20: 7:10 PM

March 22: 7:50 PM

12U: 2006's

March 19: 7:10PM

March 20: 7:10 PM

March 22: 7:50 PM

10U: 2008's 

March 19: 6:00PM

March 20: 6:00PM

March 22: 6:40PM

 


by posted 02/06/2018
Elite Hockey Program Announces 12U & 14U Coaches for 2018-19!

Guilford, Conn.,

Elite Hockey Program is proud to announce its Bantam Major (2004) Staff for the 2018-19 Season.  Rob Dow and Frank Butler will continue as Head Coach and Associate Head Coach, respectively, for the 2004’s.  Both grew up in the area and were stars at nearby East Haven High School before advancing their playing careers at the NCAA level.
Dow, who was born and raised in Orange, CT, went on to play NCAA Hockey at American International College (AIC).  After finishing up his playing career at AIC, Dow started coaching and immediately became one the top coaches in the Connecticut area.


Butler was a four year letter winner at Nichols College in Dudley MA.  In 98 career games with Nichols, Butler recorded 98 pts (56 goals, 42 assists) while serving as team captain his senior year.  This will be his second year behind the bench for an EHP team.


"Rob and Frank’s commitment level to the team culture and the players is outstanding,”  stated EHP GM Peter Alden.  “We are fortunate to have coaches with the passion and desire to help develop and advance players.  They were  high end goal scorers growing up and at the NCAA level and are able to pass on their knowledge to a group of players that love being part of our organization.   More importantly, they’re people who work hard to better their players.”

 

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by posted 01/18/2018
Elite Hockey Program announces 15U Coaching Staff for 2018-19

Gintoli and Curadi are proven hockey minds and leaders

 

Guilford, Conn.-- Elite Hockey Program would like to announce Peter Gintoli as 15U Head Coach for the 2018-19 Season.  This will be his second season on staff with EHP.   Joining him on the bench will be Luke Curadi, current 18U Head Coach.

 Currently an Assistant Coach with the 15U team, Gintoli brings a solid background as a player to the bench.  Before playing a year of professional hockey with the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs of the Southern Professional Hockey League, Peter was a 4 year letter winner and Graduate of Salve Regina University in Newport, Road Island.  As a senior, he helped Salve Regina to a D-3 NCAA ECAC Northeast Championship in 2016.  Prior to College, Peter spent two seasons with the Bay State Breakers in the Eastern Junior Hockey League.  Before playing junior hockey, Peter attended near by Notre Dame Fairfield where he played 4 years Varsity for the Lancers.

 A native of Cheshire, CT, Luke has been a valued member of the Elite Hockey staff since summer of 2016.  In addition to also being 18U Head Coach, Luke serves as Director of Player Personnel for all Elite Hockey Program teams, identifying and evaluating prospective players for EHP. Curadi is currently the New England Scout for the Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) and Philadelphia Rebels (NAHL).  Curadi had a strong playing career with time spent in the ECHL, NCAA D1 and USHL.

 “We are looking very forward to having both Peter and Luke work together to lead a strong group of 03’s next year,” stated EHP GM Peter Alden.  “Both coaches bring a lot of knowledge, energy and leadership to our organization.  Both have come to EHP as former players in the professional and college ranks and have worked hard to now apply what they learned in their careers and pass along their knowledge to our current players.”

Learn More: The best way to understand what it's like to be part of the Elite Hockey Program... Experience it for yourself.  Click here to fill out a player questionnare:

Who to Contact:  Luke Curadi (e)   , Austin Root (e) AustinRoot@EliteHockeyAAA.com or Peter Alden (e)      

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by Master Admin posted 01/17/2018
Elite Hockey Program Announces 16U Coaching Staff for 2018-19

Alden and Crandall will lead the 16U EHP with high expectations

January 12, 2018

Guilford, Conn., - The Elite Hockey Program is proud to announce Peter Alden to lead the16U Elite Hockey Program in 2018-19 season. Alden, who brings a wealth of experience as a coach, will look to lead a strong group at the midget AAA level.  Alden will be accompanied by David Crandall who is currently the 15U Associate Head Coach and Director of Player Development for EHP.

Alden, who played junior hockey in the NAHL and Division 1 college hockey at UMass Amherst (Hockey East) and Quinnipiac University (ECAC), has developed and guided many players to play junior, prep, college and professional hockey.  Alden, who has 10 years experience, spent four years coaching as an assistant at Choate Rosemary Hall, Program Director of the Connecticut Wolf Pack and then transitioned to lead as President and General Manager of the Elite Hockey Program in 2016. During Alden’s coaching career, he has reached the Tier 1 USA National Championships three times, including a 2015 18U Tier 1 National Championship, coached three NHL draft picks, over 30 D-1 hockey players and has helped over 100 kids move on to contribute at the junior and college levels. Alden currently resides in Connecticut and is married with four children. 

David Crandall, who returns to EHP for a second season in 2018-19, brings an extensive coaching and evaluating background.  Crandall has spent the past 17 years coaching Tier 1 midgets, most recently at New Jersey power house, the Delbarton School. Crandall has also coached teams that have won the Labor Day Tier 1 Face Off and more notable accomplishments that include an Atlantic District Championship, two Atlantic Youth Hockey League (AYHL) Championships, an International Silver Sticks Regional Championship and an International Silver Sticks Regional Finalist.  His coaching experience also includes participating for several years in both USA Hockey’s Player Development camps and the Atlantic District Player Development program where he participated as an evaluator, coach and team leader. Additionally, David is currently a Regional Scout for the Youngstown Phantoms (USHL).

"This season we have focused on being the best we can be everyday and we have exceeded expectations thus far. Next season, we will take another big step, as we will return a strong core group and will add more likeminded players that are committed to building a positive, strong team dynamic. I’m also excited to work with David Crandall again as we both have a passion for developing players and helping them find their path to play college hockey.” Said Head Coach, Peter Alden.

Learn More: The best way to understand what it's like to be part of the Elite Hockey Program... Experience it for yourself.  Click here to fill out a player questionnare:

Who to Contact: Peter Alden (e)     or Luke Curadi (e) 

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by Master Admin posted 01/11/2018
JUST IN: 2018-19 Elite Hockey Program 18U Coaching Announcement

Curadi and Root take command of 18U bench for second season

January 5, 2018

Guilford, Conn., - The Elite Hockey Program is pleased to announce that Luke Curadi will be Head Coach for the 18U team in  the 2018-19 season.  Curadi will lead the 18U Full season team with Austin Root as the two will enter their second season together with EHP’s highest level team.

A native of Cheshire, CT,  Luke has been a valued member of the Elite Hockey staff since summer of 2016.  In addition to also being 15U Associate Head Coach, Curadi serves as Director of Player Personnel for the Elite Hockey Program, identifying and evaluating prospective players for EHP. Curadi is currently the New England Scout for the Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) and Philadelphia Rebels (NAHL).  Curadi, a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), had a strong career with time spent in the ECHL, NCAA D1 and USHL.  In his first season as a Head Coach, Luke has helped several current EHP 18U players to secure tenders/affiliations at the Jr. A level and will have many others moved on by next year.

Entering his second season with the Elite Hockey Program, Austin Root has helped develop and advance players at the midget level for several years.  In addition to coaching 18U, he will also serve as Associate Director of Recruiting, Marketing and Player Development.  Austin is currently on the staff of NAHL Central Scouting.  Along with Coach Curadi, Root also runs the organizations’ summer team Elite Hockey Battalion.  Prior to coaching, Root was a four year letter winner with the SUNY-Canton Kangaroos (NCAA D3), including being named an assistant captain his junior and senior seasons. Upon graduation, Austin earned a degree in sports management.

“Luke and Austin have done a tremendous job at this level and we are more than pleased to have them return to the 18U level," stated GM Peter Alden.  "They put a heavy emphasis on discipline and habits as they know those are two of the biggest factors in what it takes to play at the junior and college level.  Additionally, they work very hard for their players, using their connections and always making calls in order to advance their players to quality Junior programs.”

Learn More: The best way to understand what it's like to be part of the Elite Hockey Program... Experience it for yourself.  Click here to fill out a player questionnare:

Who to Contact:  Luke Curadi (e) , Austin Root (e) AustinRoot@EliteHockeyAAA.com or Peter Alden (e)    

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by Master Admin posted 01/05/2018
Elite Hockey Program | 2018-19 Program Outline

Elite Hockey Program | 2018-19 Program Outline
 
The Elite Hockey Program is happy to announce its program outline for the 2018-2019 hockey season! The Elite Hockey Program will have full season & split season teams at the 18U, 16U, 15U, 14U, 13U, 12U & Mite levels with each team competing against the best competition, both locally, regionally and nationally.
 

The Elite Hockey Program requires a simple step by step process that we must follow with all new recruits. Please review the process below and let us know if you have any specific questions.

Step 1

Please follow the link below and fill out the inquiry form for the Elite Hockey Program.

Step 2

Once we receive confirmation that the inquiry form has been filled out, we will send you more detailed information regarding the Elite Hockey Program. 

This will include some of the following program details: 

  • Our Complete Development Model
  • Showcase Opportunities and League Information
  • 20 Questions for interview process
Complete Development Model:
Elite Hockey Program emphasizes a “Complete Development Model”; offering full-season Tier I hockey, optimal training, and the opportunity to play against the very best competition.
 
Player Focus. Exposure. Advancement.
The Elite Hockey Program strongly believes in our culture and consistency. In order to develop a more complete student-athlete, we focus our energy on individual player development and teach our players to understand how their role fits into the identity of the team’s success.
 
The Elite Hockey Program is proud to offer our players several exclusive opportunities to play in front of heavily scouted events and top competition at all offered levels. Our teams belong to the best leagues in the Nation; Atlantic Youth Hockey League (AYHL), North Atlantic Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) and East Coast Elite League (ECEL). These leagues allow our players to play against the best competition at their level. By providing the strategic placement for exposure to multiple NCAA Division I/III, NHL, USHL/NAHL teams, we are offering players a chance to influence their own destiny.
 
What We Offer:
• Access to prestigious and National Tournaments - ECC Tournaments 
• Team Practice – 3-4 days / week
• League Membership in the AYHLNAPHL & ECEL
• Team Travel Accommodations
• Strength & Conditioning Program with Certified Trainers - MB Sports Training 
• Billet Accomodations for International & Out of State Players
• Blended Learning Program - Academic & On-Oice Develop Offering
• Full-Time Coaching Staff 
• Goaltender Specific Development Training- Pro Crease
• Designated Team Locker Rooms (16U & 18U)
 
 
Offering the Following Age Levels for the 2018-2019 Season
18U (2001 - 1999)  Tier 1 Full & Split Season - Click Here
16U (2002) Tier 1 Full & Split Season  (E) Palden@EliteHockeyAAA.com 
15U (2003) Tier 1 Full & Split  Season - Click Here
14U (2004) Tier 1 Full Season - Click Here 
13U (2005) Tier 1 Full Season - Click Here
12U (2006) Tier 1 Full Season - Click Here
(2011 - 2012) Mite Selects - Click Here
 
Who to Contact:  Peter Alden (e)   or Luke Curadi (e)  
 

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by posted 01/03/2018
JUST IN: THE ELITE HOCKEY PROGRAM JOINS THE NAPHL

ELITE HOCKEY PROGRAM JOINS THE NAPHL

June 27, 2017

GUILFORD, CT,.  – The Elite Hockey Program is pleased to announce its acceptance into the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) for the 2017-18 season. as new full-time members for the 2017-18 season.  The Elite Hockey Program will be joining the NAPHL in the 18U, 16U and 15U midget levels.  Participation in the prestigious North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL), will allow Elite Hockey Program teams to attend NAPHL showcase events and compete against highly renowned programs from across the country.

Celebrating its 8th season in 2016-17, the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) is made up of 44 teams from 22 programs that compete at the 18U, 16U and 15U USA Hockey Tier I level.  The NAPHL has established itself as one of the premier grounds for development and exposure. The success of teams on the National stage, as well as, the success of NAPHL players at the next levels of hockey, is further proof that the NAPHL is redefining exposure and has elevated itself to one of the premier training grounds for development and opportunity.

“We are excited to have the Elite Hockey Program as full-time members in the NAPHL,” said NAPHL Director Tony Zasowski. “With teams at all three levels, they will add significantly to the depth and competition of the NAPHL. In addition, they come from a hockey-rich area that is full of talented players that will be the future of top-level junior and college hockey programs.”

“The Elite Hockey Program is proud to be accepted into the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL), said Peter Alden, Elite Hockey Program, General Manager.  "We are always looking for ways to differentiate our program from everyone else and the NAPHL will be a great addition to our schedule. The NAPHL fields some of the strongest teams in the nation and is seen by many junior hockey and collegiate scouts as one of the top hockey leagues in the country. We look forward to becoming a strong partner in the NAPHL and providing Elite Hockey players with this additional opportunity.”

Peter Alden is the Elite Hockey Program, General Manager and also the 15U National Head Coach.  Alden is a native of Connecticut and grew up playing in the NAHL for the Springfield Blues and furthered his playing career at UMass-Amherst (Hockey-East) and Quinnipiac University (ECAC).  This is his 10th season as a club president and won a Tier 1 18U USA National Championship in 2015 with the CT Wolf Pack.

Luke Curadi is the Program Director and 18U National head coach for the Elite Hockey Program.  Curadi played in the USHL for the Dubuque Fighting Saints and then went on to play division one at RPI. Curadi also played a year professionally in the ECHL and now also serves a scout for the Green Bay Gamblers in the USHL.

The Elite Hockey Program operates out of the Northford Ice Pavilion in Northford, CT.  The Elite Hockey Program is located right outside of New Haven, CT, just a few miles away from NCAA division one powerhouses, Yale University and Quinnipiac University.  The Northford Ice Pavilion is a three sheet facility, equipped with custom locker rooms for the Elite Hockey teams and 5,000 sq. ft. training facility for program’s strength and conditioning.

At the Elite Hockey Program, we provide a complete hockey experience, to help our players prepare for their next level of play. It is our developmental path that our players are given, the exposure they receive and the location we are in that makes us an attractive destination for a strong student athlete.  We strongly believe in our culture and consistency. In order to develop a more complete player, we focus our energy on individual player development and teach our players to understand how their role fits into the identity of our team’s success.

Visit us online for continued coverage and for more information on our team offerings for the 2017-2018 season, please visit www.EliteHockeyProgram.com.  Follow us on Twitter @EliteHockeyAAA and on Instagram @Elite_Hockey_Program.

For more information about the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL), visit http://www.naphl.com


by posted 06/27/2017
David Crandall named Elite Hockey 15U Associate Head Coach

Crandall will also serve as the programs Director of Player Development

 

Guilford, Conn. -- The Elite Hockey Program is excited to announce that David Crandall will be joining Peter Alden’s coaching staff as the 15U Associate Head Coach and Director of Player Development for the 2017-18 season.  Crandall is currently a Regional Scout for the Youngstown Phantoms (USHL) and has spent the past 17 years coaching Tier 1 midgets, most recently at New Jersey power house, the Delbarton School.  He is thankful to have had the opportunity to work with several NCAA D1/D3, Junior and youth hockey coaches and players.  He holds a MA in Psychology with a major concentration in leadership and team building. 

“I am really excited to be joining the Elite Hockey Program. The emphasis the program places on player development and promotion compliments my player development experience and scouting role” said Crandall. 

Crandall’s coaching success includes building strong teams that have won the Labor Day Tier 1 Face Off and more notable accomplishments that include an Atlantic District Championship, two Atlantic Youth Hockey League (AYHL) Championships, an International Silver Sticks Regional Championship and an International Silver Sticks Regional Finalist.  His coaching experience also includes participating for several years in both USA Hockey’s Player Development camps and the Atlantic District Player Development program where he participated as an evaluator, coach and team leader.  

“I am really excited to work with David for the upcoming season. He offers a unique perspective on player development and is very passionate about furthing players careers. David is a true professional and we are fortunate to have him in our organization” said Elite Hockey Program President, Peter Alden.

Crandall resides in Annandale, NJ with Audrey Melnick.  His step-son, Josh Melnick, currently plays Division 1 for the Miami Redhawks.

The 15U level is a “pure” tier 1 division, meaning that only players of the 2002 birth year can compete at that level. The 15U level has been highly recognized and supported by USA Hockey, AYHL and college scouts.  The Elite Hockey Program 15U team will compete in the AYHL 15U division and the East Coast Elite League 16U Premier division. 

The 15U Main Camp Tryouts will be held at Yale University in New Haven, CT.  For more information on the Elite Hockey Program, please contact Peter Alden (e) and visit us online: www.EliteHockeyProgram.com


by Master Admin posted 02/03/2017
Northford Ice Pavilion | Our Home


As players and families, start to prepare for the 2017/18 hockey season, the main question that will be asked is "Is this organization a place that I can call my home?".  To begin to answer that question, let's take a look at our recently upgraded facility, Northford Ice Pavilion.

Located at the very base of the I-91 corridor,  "The NIP" has recently added a third sheet of ice to become the only arena of its kind in the state of Connecticut. Before the Quinnipiac University Men's Ice Hockey program moved to TD Bank Sports Center, Northford was their home for close to a decade. Elite Hockey, now entering our second season at Northford, utilizes the facility for all team practices from Pee-Wee Major to Midget Major. 

All teams have a classroom that will be used to for team video and concepts.  For the Elite Hockey Midget teams (18U, 15U), Northford allows our players the privilege of having own respective locker rooms.  This helps our players get a tasteCoach Bouch doing baseline testing with Elite players for what to expect as they move up the ranks into junior and NCAA hockey. For our Bantam/Pee-Wee level players, this is further incentive to put in the work and aspire to someday be "one of the big guys".

Also located at Northford is MB Sports Training, which is used by Elite Hockey as the organizations off-ice strength and conditioning facility.  Mike Bouchard and the MB Sports Training Staff see Elite Hockey teams up to twice a week in Coach Bouchard's new facility.

The Elite Hockey Program is proud to call the Northford Ice Pavilion and it's first class amenities Our Home.  Information for our Main Camps are below.  Looking forward to seeing everyone in March!

 

Luke Curadi

Program Director | 18U Head Coach

Elite Hockey Program                                                                                                            


by Master Admin posted 02/02/2017
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