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The Long Island Junior Royals will be participating  in the USHL Atlantic Challenge on Sept. 6th to the 8th at Ice House in Hackensack New Jersey. 

The USHL Atlantic Challenge is this season's premier elite hockey event. It will feature 40 "AAA" Tier I teams at the 14U, 16U, 18U and Junior levels from the Northeast and abroad, with the tournament's highlight, featuring 6 USHL teams, the premier Junior player development league in the United States. This is history in the making, as this marks the first time the USHL has competed in exhibition competition in the northeast region. This marks the first time ever, that players from the Northeast will be able to see USHL Teams in action, live and up close and the response from the NHL and Collegiate community has been phenomenal.

USHL Eastern Conference teams participating include the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, Muskegon Lumberjacks, and Youngstown Phantoms, while the Western Conference will be represented by the Sioux City Musketeers, Sioux Falls Stampede, and Waterloo Black Hawks. 

For additional information or scheddule go to:  http://www.ushlatlanticchallenge.com

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The Jr. Royals are accepting requests from players (forwards & defense) to conduct walk on tryouts for the 2013-2014 Long Island Jr. Royals team that will compete in the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League this coming season.

 Requests for a walk on tryout should be e-mail to Johnz@LIRoyalsjrs.com

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Michael Cartwright, the top defenseman for Head Coach Ken Hoey and the Long Island Royals, anchored the top defensive unit in the Mullen Division.  The Royals captain is on the ice in all situations, often matching up with the opposing team’s top offensive line and guided the Royals to their second consecutive Mullen Division regular season crown.  Cartwright also is a offensive contributor for the Royals, finishing eighth in scoring among defensemen and was the second leading scorer for the Royals in the Keegan Cup playoffs.

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The Long Island Junior Royals Hockey Team is looking for good ‘homes away from home’ to house a Jr. Royals Hockey Player for the upcoming 2013-2014 season.

To obtain additional information  on becoming a host family click here.

To speak with a staff member about becoming a host / billet family......

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On Sunday night at the Dix Hills Ice Arena the Jr. Royals took game #3  from the New Jersey Rockets to clinch the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League Mullen Division Title.   

After finishing the MJHL regular season with a record of  31 wins and six loses the Jr Royals either showed they don’t like playing on Friday nights or wanted to keep it interesting.    By finishing in first place in the regular season the Royals won the right to host the first and third game of the playoff series.   In the first round of the playoffs vs. the fourth place Metro Moose the Royals dropped game #1  5-1 with it’s first home loss of the season.   With their backs against the wall the Royals came back to win game #2   with a score of 3-2.   On Sunday evening the Royals were home for the  win or be done game #3 and stepped it up to crush the Moose  7-2.

In the second round of playoffs for the Mullen Division Title the Royals once again hosted game #1 at Dix Hills and showed that Friday night is  not alright.   The Royals dropped game #1 to the  New Jersey Rockets with a final score of  5-3.   Game #2 saw the Royals once again with a must win game at the Prudential Center and stepped up to take the win  3-1.   Game #3 was again winner take all with the Royals putting it in the next gear to take a decided win with a score of  7-3.

With the Mullen Division win the Royals move on  in two weeks to the  MJHL League Championship, Keegan Cup.



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In the first round of the three game playoff series the first place Jr. Royals hosted the Metro Fighting Moose  in a best of three game series.

Game one at Dix Hills Arena went the way of the Moose with the Royals on the losing end of a  5-1 game.   Game #2 at the Aviator Rink was too close to call in regulation with it going into overtime with a 2-2 score.     With three minutes into overtime JT Hall got his third goal of the game to put the win into the Royals side to force a game three.

Game #3 at Dix Hills was the Royals of old putting up seven goal for a 7-2 win.   For the second game in a row JT Hall got a hat trick leading the Royals into the second round playoffs starting Friday March 8th @ 8;00pm at Dix Hills Arena.

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The Jr Royals came out fired up for their last league game of the season against the NJ Rockets with a 7-3 win.   The Royals had already clinched first place in the Mullen Division with a 31-5 record and will host the first round of playoff March 1,2 and 3rd at the Dix Hills Ice Arena.

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The Long Island Royals hosted their first Ronald McDonald House Championship Game in Dix Hills Arena last night, defeating the Empire Junior Hockey League's New York Apple Core 4-1 to earn the trophy. 

While the event was an exhibition game for both sides, the Royals showcased their lineup depth and got offensive power and stingy defense from younger players.  

Royals forward Joe Bonsignore scored the first of Long Island's four goals halfway through the first period to send the team into the locker room with a 1-0 lead before the game's only intermission. Forward Zachary Shields got hot midway through the second period, scoring off two deflections in a five-minute span to extend the lead to 3-0. 

Apple Core would show signs of life a little later in the period, snapping an 0 for 14 power play drought on a goal from forward Nolan Pues. Shields completed the natural hat trick a few minutes later however with a shot that sailed past Apple Core backup goaltender Christoph Mutschin. Shields was named Player of the Game.

Bonsignore and Shields came into yesterday's matchup with four goals between them all season. Long Island used all three goalies in the contest with Corey Cairo playing the first five minutes. Patrick Cavanaugh split the rest of the game with Trevor von Kampen, who surrendered the only Apple Core goal. Royals defensemen Mike Cartwright, Brandon Keating, Chris Zaverdas and Chris Calandra kept the Royals lead in tact with a bruising forecheck throughout the evening. 

Admission to the game was a suggested donation of $10 with all proceeds going to the Long Island Ronald McDonald House in New Hyde Park, N.Y. New York Community Foundation, Astoria Federal Savings and Capital One Bank partnered with the charity to sponsor the game.

Head Coach Ken Hoey and the rest of the Royals will look to seize the Mullen Division crown with two-game series against the New Jersey Junior Titans this weekend at Howell Ice World.

Story by Kevin McCall


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Depth and resiliency have been pillars of the Long Island Royals 2012-13 season, and last weekend's series sweep of the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Knights was no different. The Royals won the games by scores of 5-1 and 4-2 respectively with spectacular performances from their backup goaltenders and a wide array of scorers. The team currently sits atop the Mullen Division and the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League with a record of 26-3-0 and 52 points.  

The Royals took an early lead in the first game of the weekend Jan. 19 with an unassisted goal by forward Joe Slevin. Forward Anthony Koslow extended the Long Island lead to 2-0 with a power play goal that was his 11th score of the season. Knights forward Justin Higgs responded by scoring on a feed from forward Chandler Yakimowicz to make the score 2-1. 

One goal would be as close as the Knights would get to earning their ninth win of the season however, as goalie Nathan Gliedman let Royals shots by forwards Jake Bichko, Andrew Veglucci and Koslow slip past him. Bichko's goal was his league leading 37th of the regular season. 

Patrick Cavanaugh made 23 saves to secure his first victory this season. 

Slevin struck first again with his seventh goal of the season in Sunday's game as the first period wound down and forward JT Hall opened up the second period with his 26th goal of the year, but the Knights were quick to pull even. A hooking penalty on defenseman Joe Maguire and a roughing call on forward Joe Bonsignore came back to haunt the Royals, as both calls resulted in two Knights goals with the man advantage in a span of six minutes. Defenseman Joe Cashman and forward Dustin Mattern scored one goal each on feeds from Yakimowicz. Hall and Bichko then rattled off two straight scores within 20 seconds of each other to extend Long Island's winning streak to five games. 

Royals goalie Trevor Von Kampen preserved the two-goal lead, making 36 saves on 38 shots while playing in a game for the first time since Nov. 25. Daniel Ernandes stopped 28 of 32 for the Knights. 

Ken Hoey's squad extended its winning streak to five games heading into a busy final month of the regular season. The team has one last contest against the Knights on Saturday in Scraton, Pa., to complete its four-game road trip. 

Article  by Kevin McCall


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