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The Jr Royals started the 2016-2017 NA3AHL season with a three day  three game roadtrip.

The first game Friday night was against the Exton Bulls at Power Play rink.

The Royals goal scoring machine was running on high, at the end of the first period the Royals were up 5 to 0 with two goals by Joe Walsh, a goals from Aiden Boehm, Michael, Walsh, and Justin Geigel.    The second period did not fare much better for the Bulls as Boehm put another one in 1:49 into the period.   In the second period two goals were scored by Bryan Whelan, one by Anthony Zyller and Michael Walsh got another one for the night.   Starting goalie Brandon Perrone (who only played the first 30 minutes)  stopped 11 of 11 shots and also got two assists.    Final score Royals 10, Exton Bulls 1.

On Saturday the Royals were hosted by the Central Penn Panthers.  Bryan Whelan got the first goal midway through the first period and then another three minutes into the second to go up 2-0.   The Panthers answered with a goal a minute later however two additional Royals goals in the second period by Jack Becker and Aiden Boehm were enough for a final 4-2 win.

Sundays game ve Central Penn. found the Royals up 4-0 at the end of the first with two goals by Bryan Whelan, and goals from Zyller and Araujo.   A strong effort from all showed in the final result of a the Royals 8 and the Panthers 3.

Notable players this weekend are Bryan Whelan with 3 goals and 5 assists, Michael Walsh with 3 goals and 4 assists, Aiden Boehm and Joe Walsh each with 3 goals and 3 assists,  Anthony Zyller with 2 goals  and 6 assists, and defensemen Matt Araujo with 3 goals and 2 assists and Justin Geigel  with 3 goals and 1 assist.

The Jr Royals next game is Sept. 17th at Flemington Ice Arena against the New Jersey Renegades.

 

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By now you may have noticed a pattern, players from the 14-15 and 15-16 team are returning to the Jr. Royals for the 2016-2017 NA3AHL Season.

The Royals have signed three returning standouts from the 2014 and 2015 teams.

 Bryan Whelan -   5'9" 165 lb. forward was a multi-star of the week in the 14-15 season for the Royals earning him a spot on the MJHL All Star Team.   In 42 games Bryan had 36 goals and 19 assists to lead the team in points "Speed, quickness, vision, hands, accuracy, I can run out of words to describe this very talented great player"  said Coach Hoey.   Bryan played the 2015 season with the Texas Jr Brahmas scoring 27 goals and 30 assists in 47 games.

 

 

 

Brandon Perrone - Returning to the Jr Royals '98 birth year Brandon Perrone was a standout for the 14-15 season for the Royals.   A multi-star of the week player Brandon  was also selected for the MJHL All Star Team and then selected as the 2014-15  Goalie of the Year.   In the 14-15 season Brandon had a 2.51GAA with a .926 save percentage while posting a 22-7-1 overall record.   In 2015-16 Brandon played for the Texas Jr Brahamas with a 1.73GAA and a .916 save percentage.   He was selected for the NA3HL All-Rookie Team.

 

 

 Tyler Murphy - Returning to the 16-17 team Tyler 1 5'9" 170lb. forward was with the Royals for both the 2014 and 2015 seasons.    In 2014 in 29 games he had 8 goals and 11 assists and in 2015 in 17 games he had 17 goals and 9 assists.    "He is a smart strong forward who has a lot of hockey instincts and sees the play develop well" said Head Coach Ken Hoey.

 

 

 

 

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Matt Araujo  (Brookhaven N.Y.) Team Captain from the 14-15 season has signed with the Jr Royals for the 16-17 season.

At the completion of the 2015 season Matt was selected  in the eleventh round of the  NAHLdraft by the Lone Star Brahmas and the first round by the Texas Jr Brahmas.

Matt was voted  the (MJHL) Metropolitan Junior Hockey League 2014-15  Defenseman of the Year and was a muli-year All Star participant.

Matt is a 6’2” 205 defenseman who will be the anchor for the Royals defense.


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As the Long island Jr Royals team moves towards it's first season in the NA3AHL four players from last years team have signed to return three of which were selected to the MJHL All Star team last season.       (More return player signings to come)

Justin Geigel  a '97 birth year  6-1, 195lb defenseman from Canada who now lives in Northport Long Island will be a strong presence in the defensive zone.    Justin was selected several times as a MJHL player of the week and as a member of the MJHL All Star Team selected by the opposing  league coaches.

 

 

 

Michael Haggerty a '98 birth year defenseman is a strong offensive /defenseman.    Michael was also selected several times as a MJHL player of the week and was a member of the MJHL All Star Team Selected by the opposing  league coaches.

 

 

 

Anthony Zyller is a '97 birth year forward who  in 42 games for the Jr Royals scored 24 goals and had 38 assists last season.    Anthony was also selected several times as a MJHL player of the week and was a member of the MJHL All Star Team Selected by the opposing  league coaches.


 

 

Michael Walsh is a '98 birth year forward who Coach Hoey will be looking for as a strong force in the offensive zone this season.

 

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The Long Island Junior Royals are proud to announce the commitment of former Forward, Noah Wild, to the University of Southern Maine for the Fall of 2016. Wild was a forward on the LI Rebels 16U Tier III midget team for the 2011-12 season, spent a year at Northwood Prep in Lake Placid, NY, and played with the Junior Royals for the 2013-14 season. Wild spent the 2014-15 season with the Philadelphia Revolution EHL Junior A team, returning to the Junior Royals for the end of season playoff run. For the 2015-16 season, Wild was the Captain of the New York Apple Core Junior A Premier team, and finished the season as the team scoring leader. According to Noah “the time I spent as a Rebel and Junior Royal helped me become the player I am today, and I am grateful for all I learned as a part of the Royals team with Coach Hoey and a part of the Rebels team with Coaches Corey, MacName, Dell’Isola”!

The Long Island Junior Royals wish Noah well as he continues his hockey career at the NCAA level with the USM Huskies! Noah’s mother, Lisa Wild, is our College Advisor, working with the Royals, Rebels and Lady Islanders. Please feel free to contact her (lisa.wild07@gmail.com) with any questions you might have before and during the college hockey process. 


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Six Jr Royals players have been selected for the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League 2015-16 All Star Game.

  #4 Justin Geigel
     Defense
  #22 Michael Haggerty
       Defense
  #34 Jason Posner         
       Goalie
  #55 Keith O'Brien
       Forward
   #76 Anthony Zyller    
         Forward
   #91 Devin Jenny
        Forward

 

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