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Benoit Hogue The Long Island Junior Royals are pleased to announce that former NHL star Benoit Hogue has agreed to join their coaching staff. Hogue's career spanned from 1987 to 2001. He played in 863 regular season, and 92 playoff games for ten different teams.

His best years came with the Islanders from 1991-1995. Hogue registered 105 goals during his three and a half season stay in Nassau, adding 124 assists along the way.

He managed point totals of 75, 75 and 69 in his three full years with the Isles, helping the organization to the Wales Conference Finals against Montreal in 1992-1993.

During his NHL career, Hogue tallied 222 goals and 321 assists. He won the Stanley Cup with the Dallas Stars in 1999.

For the past several years, "Benny" -- as he prefers to be called --- has been the head coach of the Junior Islanders Peewee Elite team that participates in the Quebec Summer Tournament. According to Royals assistant coach Tony Colombo, "Benny is an excellent coach, role model and all around great guy."

The Junior Royals are proud to have Benoit Hogue as part of their coaching staff and look forward to the upcoming season.

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Mike Schwartz
The Jr Royals are proud to announce that Mike Schwartz has committed to the Bisons of Nichols College for the upcoming 2011/2012 season. Nichols College is located in Dudley, Massachusetts and is a member of the ECAC Northeast, an eight-member conference at the NCAA Division III level.
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Stephen Castriota The Long Island Rebels and the Jr. Royals are very proud to announce that standout forward, Stephen Castriota, has committed to the Blue Devils of Fredonia State College for the 2011/2012 season. Fredonia is a member of the SUNYAC Conference, which is arguably the strongest Division III Conference in the United States. Stephen becomes the fourth player from this year’s New York Bobcats to receive a commitment to play collegiate hockey.

Stephen went to the Bobcats from the Junior "B" Long Island Royals, where he played during the 08/09 season. During that season, Stephen was an MJHL All-Star, and finished 4th overall in league scoring. Prior to joining the Junior “B” Royals, Stephen was a key player for the Long Island Royals Midget Minor 07/08 team, which earned a New York State Tier I Championship and a National Semi-final appearance. As a Long Island Rebel, he earned a Bantam and Midget Minor NYS Tier II State Championship, which respectively led to Final and Semi-final appearances in the U.S. Nationals. In addition to his travel youth hockey accomplishments, Stephen earned a Silver Medal with Team Long Island in the 2008 Empire State Games and was a High School Vytra Cup All-Star during the 07/08 and 08/09 seasons.

Stephen hopes to make an immediate impact on the ice at Fredonia. He plans to pursue a degree in Business Administration.

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Brett Roman Photo The Jr Royals are proud to announce that goaltender, Brett Roman, has committed to the Rams of Suffolk University for the 2011/2012 season. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Suffolk is a Division III program and member of the ECAC Northeast Conference. Brett becomes the sixth player from this year’s New York Bobcats to receive a commitment to play collegiate hockey.

Having played the most minutes of any goalie on the Bobcats, Brett’s contributions in net played an important role in the team’s overall success this past season. Appearing in 21 games, he earned a terrific 11-2-2-0-1 record with a .905 save percentage and 3.26 goals against average. A rookie this past season, Brett battled hard to earn a spot in the regular goalie rotation and was in net during some of the team’s most memorable games, including a 4-4 tie against the New Jersey Hitmen, the EJHL’s top team at the time. The work ethic and focus he displayed on the ice every day was a primary factor in his overall success and improvement throughout the season.

Before joining the Bobcats, Brett was a member of the Long Island Royals 2009/2010 Junior B National Qualifiers. As their top goalie, he played in 28 games, earning a 19-7-2 record while posting a 2.92 goals against average and .905 save percentage.

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2011 Keegan Cup MJHL Championship

For the second time in four years the Jr Royals captured the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League Championship taking home the prized "Keegan Cup".

The Royals finished the season with a 31-6 season record winning their division and moved into the first round of playoffs vs. the New Jersey Rockets in a best of three game series. The Royals finished the Rockets off in two games (5-2, 8-2)and moved into the second round.

The next best of three game series was vs Suffolk PAL. The Royals once again finished off the series in just two games (8-4, 6-3) qualifying them for the Keegan Cup frozen four and a Nationals Tournament spot.

The first game of the Keegan Cup series was vs the Dowd Division Winner Central Penn Panthers who finished the regular season with a 32-2-3 record. Royals goalie Berndan Jones stepped up to shutout the Panthers earning the Royals a win with a final score of 2-0.

The Keegan Cup Championship matched the Jr Royals vs the Palm Beach Hawks. The Royals came out of the gate flying putting up three goals in the first 90 seconds the first by Greg Cartwright with just :31 seconds on the clock. The Royals offensive machine never stopped putting up a total of 13 goals to win the cup.

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PhotoFor the second time in four years the Jr Royals captured the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League Championship taking home the prized "Keegan Cup" .   The Royals finished the season with a 31-6 season record winning their division and moved into the first round of playoffs vs. the New Jersey Rockets in a best of three game series.   The Royals finished the Rockets off in two games (5-2, 8-2)and moved into the second round. The next best of three game series was vs Suffolk PAL.  The Royals once again finished off the series in just two games (8-4, 6-3) qualifying them for the Keegan Cup frozen four and a Nationals Tournament spot. The first game of the Keegan Cup series was vs the Dowd Division Winner Central Penn Panthers who finished the regular season with a 32-2-3 record.   Royals goalie Berndan Jones stepped up to shutout the Panthers earning the Royals a win with a final score of 2-0. The Keegan Cup Championship matched the Jr Royals vs the Palm Beach Hawks.  The Royals came out of the gate flying putting up three goals in the first 90 seconds the first by Greg Cartwright with just :31 seconds on the clock.   The Royals offensive machine never stopped putting up a total of 13 goals to win the cup.

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Seven members of the Jr. Royals 2010-2011 team were selected to represent the MET League North at the 2011 MJHL All Star Weekend. Congratulations to:  Tyler Young, Sean Keating, Anthony Reagan, Frank DiChiara, Vincent Caligiuri, Nick Innella (not in photo),  and Greg Cartwright (not in photo).

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