It is with heavy heart that we inform the Maine Hockey Family that Coach Fitz passed away this last Saturday. Coach Fitz has been an intricate part of Maine Hockey and has been a positive influence on countless players.
The Maine Hockey program showed their community support by participating in the Park Ridge Memorial Day Parade this week. Great event with great weather, and an outstanding way to support the community. Thanks to the players, and we look forward to them trading in those summer shorts for hockey pants again in the fall.
What a thrilling finish to the Illinois West Season. Maine Hockey brings home the Illinois west title with a 4-3 victory and a two game sweep over Waubonsie. Check out the recap video on the below link. Also, special thanks to our rink partner Niles Iceland for hosting the clinching game with a large crowd from both teams.
The Maine Girls team prepares to keep their season going on Thursday night at 6:30 PM at Fifth Third Ice Arena. They earned their spot in the quarterfinals with a thrilling overtime victory. It will be a good match up with top ranked Chicago Latin. Good luck girls, keep it up!!!
Congratulations to our Maine Girls high school hockey players selected to the 2022 Girl's All-State team!
Freshman #14 Maggee Lempa - Forward
Freshman #18 Abbey Schrantz - Forward
Unfortunately games will not be played this year out of an abundance of caution. The Chicago Blackhawks have promised to honor these incredible athletes at a future game. That does not lessen the importance of honoring those who were voted onto the All-State team by the High School coaches.
Congratulations! We’re so proud of you!
Check out our next play off game vs Latin Thursday March 3rd at 6:30pm Fifth Third Ice Arena!
As everyone knows, Maine Hockey can only thrive with the support of parent volunteers. We would like to acknowledge one of those volunteers that has gone above and beyond this season, and made a significant contribution to the teams on ice success this year. Pete has dedicated his time this year to take charge of the off ice conditioning for the varsity team, essentially serving as a strength and conditioning coach. At least once a week he has worked with the players, helping them become stronger, faster, and better conditioned. The results have been noticeable as the team has continued to improve throughout the season, and helped forge Maine in to one of the top teams in the state. Thank you Pete for your contributions this year. You made us better, faster, and stronger. #RollMaine.
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