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Central Bucks East emerged from its Suburban High School Hockey League 2A playoff opener with North Penn a 3-2 winner, despite being outshot by a more than 2-1 margin. The Patriots (12-5-2) have …

Pennridge had a mission going into the last duel of the season and the Rams played the Valentine’s Day matchup with Central Bucks South accordingly. Tied in points with Council Rock South, Pennridge knew it needed a win …

Ice hockey: CR South tops Rams in OT

Last Wednesday night was The Big One Part II. Pennridge (15-1-1) and Council Rock South (16-1-0) were undefeated, and with just one tie, outside of playing each other. The two teams had the two most …

Two battles for the Central Bucks East ice hockey team have resulted in ties this season. One of them – against unbeaten league leader Pennridge – was awesome. The other – not so much.

For the first half of Central Bucks West’s 9-1 win over Neshaminy last Wednesday in Hatfield, the lead story was West’s nine goals. When the final horn sounded, the lead story might have been …

Missing some key players Wednesday night, Central Bucks South found itself deadlocked in a 1-1 tie with Suburban High School Hockey League National rival Neshaminy.

Central Bucks East (6-4-1) trailed Pennridge (11-0-1) 3-2 last Thursday night but there was noticeable electricity in the Patriots fan base. With 5.8 seconds remaining in the game, there was a faceoff …

Suburban High School Hockey League players will not settle their brains for a long winter’s nap. But last Friday’s Central Bucks East-North Penn game shut down area hockey teams until early …

Pennridge’s Andrew Savona, Shane Dachowski and Kevin Pico helped themselves to seconds and thirds on Thanksgiving Eve, each scoring a hat trick in the Rams’ 13-5 Suburban High School Hockey …

Thanksgiving Eve was a festive occasion unto itself for the Central Bucks East ice hockey team.The Patriots kicked off the holiday with a 4-2 win over Suburban High School Hockey League and district …

Thanksgiving Eve rivalries are here

Wednesday night will be a busy one. All six area teams will burn plenty of calories to better indulge on Thanksgiving dinner. The two big rivalry games will be Central Bucks West at Central Bucks …

Rink goal lights may burn out when Council Rock South and Pennridge play. Each team rang up double digit goals in Week 2. Both schools, along with Central Bucks West, have either back to backs or a …

Brian Valdez’ love affair with ice hockey began in 1987 when the Philadelphia Flyers played the Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup. Born with cerebral palsy, which made walking without assistance …

Brian Valdez’ love affair with ice hockey began in 1987 when the Philadelphia Flyers played the Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup. Born with cerebral palsy, which made walking without assistance impossible, Valdez grew up in Northeast Philly playing goalie for his neighborhood street hockey team — it was the only position he could play on his knees. Eventually, Valdez gave up street hockey and, for the next couple of decades, he figured his puck-stopping days were over. Then, two years ago, at age 45, Vadez discovered the Hammerheads Sled Hockey Association Inc., a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for athletes with disabilities to play.

Just in case he forgot exactly how many years he produced Flyers TV games, Bryan Cooper received an autographed Flyers jersey from team GM Daniel Briere with the number “34” inscribed on it and autographed by all the players as a reminder.

Pennridge makes statement in Falcon rout

What did it mean when Pennsbury standout Brendan Macainsh scored 11 seconds into Thursday night’s contest with Pennridge? It meant the Rams had Pennsbury right where they wanted them. Pennridge (8-3) …

Ice hockey: CB South thwarts CR North

The beginning of the game certainly wasn’t indicative of how it would end. The Central Bucks South ice hockey team topped host Council Rock North, 7-4, in a Suburban High School Hockey …

Bow-tied: Panthers draw unbeaten Ghosts

No one is busier than Santa Claus in the days before Christmas. But the Quakertown ice hockey team could have given St. Nick a run for his money. Quakertown (5-3-1) thumped Springfield (M) 8-0 …

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