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Jr Royals Captain Keith O'Brien was selected as the first star of the week by the MJHL for period ending Oct 12th.

O’Brien led the Royals to two showcase victories: a 9-0 victory over the New Jersey Rockets, avenging their only loss of the season, and a 7-1 victory over the New Jersey Renegades. The second-year forward created further separation on the scoring leaderboard with a six goal, four assist, performance, bringing his season total to 28 points (15G 13A) in just ten games.

“Keith is the perfect team captain who always gives 100 percent on and off the ice,” commented Royals head coach Ken Hoey. “He is one of those players that has natural hockey sense. He scores, as well as, sets up others, and does it without hesitation.”


Justin Geigel was selected as the third star of the week by the MJHL for the period ending Oct. 18th. 

Geigel, a rookie defenseman, guided the Royals to a win over nearby rivals, the Metro Fighting Moose (5-1) and the New Jersey Renegades (4-1), helping the Royals to regain first place in the MJHL. Geigel had a pair of goals against the Moose and is fourth in scoring among MJHL defensemen.

“Justin is a strong defenseman,” Royals head coach Ken Hoey. “But he can also push up into the offensive attack. He’s a smart player that makes good decisions.”

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Keith O'Brien put the Jr Royals on top in double overtime earning him player of the game.

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Junior Royals alumni Stephen Castriota has joined the coaching staff for the 2015-16 season. 

In the 08-09 season Stephen played for the Jr Royals and 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 Rebels Midget Minor 07/08 team, which earned a New York State Tier I Championship and a USA Hockey National Semi-final appearance.     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 attended and played for  Fredonia State where he was voted to the SUNYAC All-Academic Team for 2014.   Stephen graduated with a Major in Business Administration.

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Long Island Jr Royals team captain Matt Araujo was selected  in the NAHL draft by the Lone Star Brahmas of North Richmond Hills Texas.    Matt was voted  the (MJHL) Metropolitan Junior Hockey League 2014-15 Defenseman of the Year.

Matt was selected with the ninth pick of the 11th round.   Matthew Araujo (Brookhaven, N.Y.), a multiple time MJHL All-Star, has spent his entire career with the Long Island Royals organization. Araujo enjoyed his finest campaign in 2014-15; scoring 10 goals with 21 assists, helping the Royals again make the MJHL playoffs.

The Atlantic Metropolitan Hockey League had 21 names called by the NAHL’s 22 teams – 11 active players and 10 alumni of the Atlantic Youth Hockey League and the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League were chosen in the 16 round event.

                            

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Teams are open to players birth year 1995-2000. The teams will be attending at least 2 of the top summer tournaments in the Northeast.    We plan to have multiple teams at OneHockey Tournament in June and in the Chowder Cup in July.   Both tournaments are highly prestigious, and well-scouted by Division I, Division III, NAHL, and USHL teams.  Tuition is on a pay-per-play basis, so there is no cost incurred for missed sessions.  

Tuition is $30 per practice session and tournament admission will be based on number of players attending.   Teams will practice at 9 PM on Tuesdays at Dix Hills, from April 20 through the end of August.  

The coaching staff will include top coaches from the Royals and Rebels.  

To sign-up, come down to the first practice on April 20.@ 9:00pm.  If you can't make the first practice, send Coach Ken an email at KHoey29@gmail.com.

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