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Jr. Royals Captain Michael Cartwright  has been named defensive player of the week by the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League.

Michael is a second year Jr. Royals player who continues the Cartwright's wearing the "C" from his brother Greg who was the Royals Captain last year.  
In 12 games this year Michael has scored 6 goals and has 7 assists including and overtime goal vs the Metro Moose in the Ronald McDonald House Cup semi-final.

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The first round of the Ronald McDonald House Cup was played last night at Aviator Ice Rink when the Metro Moose hosted the Long Island Jr Royals. 
Ronald (who was present at the game) was treated to a great game with both teams exchanging scoring opportunities and regulation time ending in a 4-4 tie. A tense five minute sudden death overtime was played with the  puck going from end to end.   With 2.5 seconds left in overtime Royals captain Michael Cartwright  picked a top corner ending the game in the Royals favor.
In post game awards Michael was awarded “Player of the Game” for the Royals and Andrew Veglucci was awarded for being the Royals highest fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House.
On January 10th at the Nassau Coliseum the Junior Royals will play the winner of the Suffolk/Applecore game  being played on November 15th. 

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The Long Island Jr. Royals will be hosting the 2011 Youth Hockey Night at Dix Hills Ice Rink on  Friday Nov. 4th.
All youth hockey players wearing a team jersey will be admitted for free.  Admission is $5 with all proceeds being donated to the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island.

The Jr Royals will be hosting the Suffolk Jr team in a Junior Hockey MET League game.   Warmups begin at 7:30pm with game start ay 8:00pm.

This years Jr Royals team has 9 players from the Long Island Rebels organization including team captain Michael Cartwright and assistant captain JT Hall. Come down and cheer on the Jr Royals and help out a great cause, The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island.

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With three wins over outside division teams last weekend the Royals extended their league record to 8-1.

In the early hours of Friday morning the Royals team was on the bus for the trip up to Hudons, NH where they would play the hometown team Northern Mass. Cyclones. Two goals in the first period, one from Monfredo and one from Mehalakes put the Royals up 2-0.   Royals goalie Corey Cairo turned away all 25 Cyclone shots to earn another shutout and give the Royals the win.  
Saturday the team played the Portland Jr Pirates and the game became the Vinny Monfredo show.   Monfredo scored all four goals for the Royals with one in the first and three in the second half.   Jake Bichko  and Andrew Green each had two assists with Drizis and Goldberg picking up one each.     
Game #3 on Sunday was against the Dowd Division second place Junior Flyers.    Goals by Keating, Drizis, Zaverdas and Bichko were enough for the 4-2 win.   Matt Goldberg  had a great day not only scoring a goal but had three assists.  Marchetti and Lanaro split the game in net giving up only one power play goal each. 
Posted in: Team News
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Long Island Jr Royals 2010-11 Asst Captain Frank DiChiara has had a great start with the St Louis Bandits in the North American Hockey League.  The Bandits who play in the Mid West Division of the NAHL are off to a 8-1-1 start leading their division and league in wins.

In the first 10 games of the season Frank has an impressive 6 goals and 4 assists with an overall +9 rating and is tied for the most goals scored on his team.

Posted in: Player News
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On Monday  October 3rd players from the Jr.  Royals spent the evening cooking dinner for the residents at the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island.      
Led by volunteer parents in each of the four kitchens  salads, entrees, and deserts were prepared for the patients and their families residing in  this special place.  
The Jr. Royals parents who volunteered their time to help the boys were great.  Mrs Napoli,  Mrs Zaverdas,  Mrs Hannon,  Mr & Mrs Keating,  Mrs Cairo, Mrs Goldstein, Mrs Jones and Mrs Veglucci,  ….. Thanks to all of you.  
The players and volunteer parents created a feast of great foods that a lot of love was the main ingredient.     
On behalf of the Jr, Royals  team thank you  to the Ronald McDonald House for giving us this opportunity. 

A special thanks to Pat from North Shore Thread and Ink for not only making but then donating the shirts worn by our players and parents while cooking at the house.

View the photos posted in Royals Fanzone

Posted in: Team News
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Last weekend the Jr Royals played two games with in the Mullen Division opponents NY Saints.

Saturday nights game was played at the Dix Hills Ice.   The scoring was started by team captain Michael Cartwright who got another one before the night was over.   With goals added by Drizis, Green and Goldstein the Royals helped Mike Lanaro in net get a 5-0 shutout. (Game Highlights can be seen on the Royals Fanzone)

Sundays game at Sport O Rama had James Hall open the scoring with Jake Bichko coming on to get three more.  Goldberg, Mehalakes and Monfredo added to the numbers to earn the Royals a 7-2 win.

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The #8 jersey worn last year by Frank DiChara who went on to be the MJHL Leading Scorer and voted the League MVP has returned to show it powers.  

PhotoReturning Jr. Royals player JT Hall  switched from his last year #7 to the #8 jersey and scored 5 goals in the season opener vs. the Boston Bulldogs.   Hall also had an assist on the day finishing the game with 6 points.   JT was voted by the team as an Assistant Capt. for this season.  Along with the 5 goals scored by Hall was 2 goals by Nick Drixis one by Zaverdas and one by Goldberg.   Final score was Royals 9 - Boston Bulldogs 3

Game #2 of the opening weekend had the Royals playing the host team Scranton Knights.   Andrew Green opened the scoring  followed by Matt Goldberg with two power play goals and Vinny Monfredo and Michael Cartwright with one each.   Corey Cairo got the win stopping all 20 shots to earn the teams first shutout of the year.

Game #3 of the weekend put the Jr Royals vs the Cranston Reds.  Jake Bichko opened the scoring in the first and got another in the second for a two goal day.  Assistant Capt. Vincent Monfredo also got two goals and three assists.   Cartwright, Hall and Zaverdas got one goal each for a final score of Royals 7 - Cranston 3.   Marchetti got the win stopping 34 of 37 shots.

Hall  finished the three game weekend with a total of 6 goals and 5 assists for a total of 11 points.


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Robert O'Gara Robert O'Gara has been drafted by the Boston Bruins in the fifth round with the 151st pick of the NHL draft. O'Gara who has committed to Yale University made his final choice from between Harvard, Yale, and Princeton. O'Gara is a 6'3" 185lb. strong two-way defenseman with good hands and a good stick.

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Frank Dichiara Long Island Royals Frank Dichiara has been tendered to play for the St. Louis Bandits in the North American Hockey League. Dichiara who lead the MET league in scoring and was the League MVP has signed with the Saint Louis Bandits for the 2011-2012 season. Coach Browns' bandits have won NAHL championship 3 out the last 4 years (07,08 and 09), the hope is that the signing of Dichiara along with some key draft picks can help bring them back this coming season to the championship game. Frank Dichiara Dichiara has high expectations for his future and when asked about going to the Bandits was quoted as saying, "There is a natural growth in hockey that you have to follow. Each step you take leads to another and the opportunity to play for Coach Brown and one of if not the best organizations in the NAHL is going to help me reach my goal." Dichiara who will graduate this year from High School has a 4.0 GPA and is in the top 10% of his class this Jr Royals players has a bright future and we hope that the path he is on leads to continued success.

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