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2021-22 Travel Team Uniform Information
04/13/2021
Welcome to the GNH Warriors 2021-22 Youth Hockey Season!   ATTENTION...
Bantam Travel Team Results
04/08/2021
2021 Bantam Travel Tryout Results The organization is very proud...
Spring Hockey
04/06/2021
TWO Spring Programs are Now Open for Registration Starting April...
Travel Team Tryout Results
04/04/2021
2021 Travel Tryout Results The organization is very proud to announce...
Lifelong Warriors-Bantam Bios
03/04/2021
#1 Ben Amarone I played my entire 7-year youth hockey career for...
Warriors Earn Player Awards
09/08/2020
Congratulations - Warriors earn player awards! Players can earn...
2021/2022 Player Age & Level Guide
03/30/2019
Here are the player age and level guidelines for the 2018/2019 season: Bantams...
 
2021-22 Travel Team Uniform Information

Welcome to the GNH Warriors 2021-22 Youth Hockey Season!

 

ATTENTION Travel team Mites, Squirts, Peewees, and Bantams this email contains all the information you need to know about ordering uniforms.  

 

Home and Away jerseys and socks are included in your tuition and ALL PLAYERS MUST ORDER NEW JERSEYS AND SOCKS.

 

Samples of the jerseys and socks are available to try-on at the ProShop of Northford. Their store hours are Monday through Friday 1pm to 8pm, Saturday  8am - 5pm, and Sunday 8am - 4 pm. Please make sure skaters have their shoulder pads and goalies have their chest protectors to ensure proper sizing of jerseys.    

 

All players must have the following uniform items per the Warriors Uniform Code: home and away jerseys, socks and shells.  All players must wear a black helmet as well. Tracksuit, sweatshirts, etc can also be ordered from this link.  

 

NEW PLAYERS: When placing your order, please add your number request at the checkout screen. 

 

The online store is OPEN! Here is the link to place your order online. 

 

 

by posted 04/13/2021
Bantam Travel Team Results

2021 Bantam Travel Tryout Results

The organization is very proud to announce the following teams: 

 

Bantam A- Head Coach Scott Page

122,  126, 133, 137, 140, 142, 152, 153, 159, 160, 165, 166, 171, 173, 174, 178, 513, 519

 

Bantam A1-Head Coach Nick Sczerbinski

125, 131, 136, 143, 145, 147, 149, 156, 158, 164, 167, 170, 177, 180, 181, 506, 512

 

Bantam B- Head Coach Jason Creatore

129, 146, 151, 154, 155, 157, 161, 162, 163, 168, 169, 176, 511

 

by posted 04/08/2021
Spring Hockey

TWO Spring Programs are Now Open for Registration

Starting April 10th and 11th

 

Spring Skating and Skills Clinic is a 12-week program on Saturdays at 9:00 am beginning April 10th. The program is geared for players 4-10 years old. The program is designed to teach new and returning players proper skating and introductory hockey skills.

 

Skills and Scrimmage Squirts-Bantams is a 12-week program on Sundays at 9:00 am beginning April 11th.  The program is designed for players with game experience. Players will work on their hockey skills and then be grouped by age for Half-Ice games.

 

 

by posted 04/06/2021
Travel Team Tryout Results

2021 Travel Tryout Results

The organization is very proud to announce the following teams:   

Mite A - Co-Head Coaches Frank Anderson and Jim Miller 

10, 16, 22, 23, 26, 28, 32, 33, 39, 44, 116

Mite A1 - Bill Miller

2, 5, 8, 17, 18, 21, 30, 38, 43, 47, 117

Mite B - Head Coach TBD

9, 11, 19, 20, 25, 27, 29, 31, 34, 35, 40, 41,   

Squirt A - Head Coach Anthony Cuomo 

55, 65, 71, 72, 75, 77, 79, 80, 84, 85, 86, 90, 92, 98, 504, 516

Squirt A1 - Co-Head Coaches Jeff Halovatch and Anthony Serio 

46, 48, 50, 52, 53, 54, 56, 59,  61, 64, 67, 68, 69, 97, 500, 508

Squirt B - Joe Negro 

45, 49, 51, 60, 66, 76, 78, 81, 82, 83, 89, 91, 96, 100, 101, 505

PeeWee A - Head Coach Bryan Leitch 

99, 102, 108, 110, 126, 131, 133, 137, 145, 146, 154, 157, 158, 165, 514

PeeWee A1 - Head Coach Bill Conlan 

103, 105, 106, 107, 112, 114, 125, 129, 152, 153, 160, 161, 164, 167, 502, 517

Pee Wee B - Head Coach Jimmy O’Brien 

119, 136, 140, 142, 143, 147, 149, 151, 156, 159, 163, 166, 168, 169, 173, 507, 515

 

by posted 04/04/2021
Lifelong Warriors-Bantam Bios

#1 Ben Amarone

I played my entire 7-year youth hockey career for the GNH Warriors. I love being a goalie and my favorite memory is winning the Steel City Shootout Tournament in 2020 after a 6 round sudden death shootout. I will be attending Notre Dame High School in the fall and will always remember my time as a Warrior.

 

#54 Jack Ford

I have been a part of the Greater New Haven organization for my entire youth hockey career. I started in the First Strides program and have steadily progressed to where I am today as a member of the Bantam A team. In addition to hockey; I play soccer and baseball. I am proud to be a lifetime Warrior and I am grateful to my coaches and teammates, past and present. I also work hard in the classroom where I am currently a freshman at Westbrook High School.

 

#4 Matthew Gervais

My hockey career started at the age of 6 when I joined the Learn to Skate program. I liked skating so much that the following year I participated in Mite Development and was on the New Haven Tomahawks. Our team won the Patrick Cup that year and I was hooked on hockey! I wear #4 after my favorite hockey player, Bobby Orr. The Warriors is the only youth hockey organization I have ever played for and it’s home to me. Since joining the Warriors, I have had great coaches and have made long-lasting friendships with many teammates. Hockey is a big part of my life and I look forward to continuing to play in high school.

 

#70 Griffin Manske

The first time I put skates on was when I was 3 ½ years old. I did The Learn to Skate program for over a year and then went to the Learn to Play Hockey Clinic with Coach Bouchard on the Warriors. Because I wasn’t playing games I was bored and quit. Then when I was almost 7 I gave it another shot and LOVED it! I played for the New Haven Blades for Mite Development. When I tried out for a travel team I went straight to Squirts and made the B1 team. I worked hard to get to where I am today on the Bantam A team. I have been a Warrior for my entire youth hockey career and have always played Center and Left Wing. Being a part of a team has always been a great feeling, but my favorite memory as a Warrior was when we won states in 2018 as a Pee Wee and I had the game-winning assist.  I have had a lot of great coaches at every level and have them to thank for the player I am today. I have made many friends along the way and they have been a big part of my life. Hockey is a big passion of mine and I hope to be able to play in high school. I will be attending Xavier High School in the fall.

 

#26 John Montesanto

I started with The Learn to Skate program when I was 5 years old. I remember how hard it was first learning to skate and I almost quit. Then I moved to Learn to Play Hockey; I loved it!! I did Mite Development after that. And then the following year I tried out for a Warriors travel team and made it!! I was so happy and proud to wear a hockey sweater with my name and chosen number. I have been #26 with the Warriors for my entire youth hockey career. I’ve had a lot of great coaches and have made many friends along the way. Hockey has been a huge part of my life and I have so many great memories. I plan on going to Xavier High School in the fall and hope to continue playing the sport I love!

 

#93 Jaxson O’Brien

I started with the Warriors Learn to Play program in 2010 and have been a Warrior ever since. My favorite memories of my hockey years have been travel tournaments, especially Lake Placid, and the great friends I have gained along the way. I hope to go on to play defense for North Haven High School.

 

#60 Jack Ouellette

I have been playing hockey with the Warriors for the past nine years starting out in the Learn to Skate program. I played Mite Development and was on The New Haven Eagles. My favorite memory was winning Gold in 2019 at the Lake Placid tournament. I am going to miss tournaments and hanging out with my teammates. This fall I will be attending Xavier High School in Middletown where I hope to continue playing hockey.

 

#28 Mike Savo

The first time I put skates on, I was 6 years old. I wasn’t sure if playing hockey was going to be something I wanted to do. I could barely stand on skates; I hated it! My dad helped coach me through the first few times and I seemed to catch on rather quickly. This is when I realized I developed a love for the game. The first program I did was The Learn to Skate and then I moved on to Mite Development. One of the moments that stand out to me during this time was Coach Bouchard who always pushed and encouraged me. He always had my back to make sure I learned the skills of the game and that I was having fun. My first major win as a hockey player was when I won the Patrick Cup with the New Haven Tomahawks. Over the years I have played for the GNH Warriors at different skill levels and the one thing that hasn’t changed is how I feel when I am on the ice. I value the friendships I have made over the years, both teammates and coaches. I consider most of them my family whether we are on the same team or not. The bond will never change. Hockey has taught me to never give up and just because you don’t get something on the first try, you don’t stop. All that I have learned throughout my years as a GNH Warrior I will take with me. I look forward to playing hockey for East Haven High School.

 

#39 Cooper Savoy

I have played hockey for 7 years with the Warriors. I started my hockey career as an Eagle in Mite Development. A few of my favorite memories on the ice were going to Regional’s on Squirt A, my Pee Wee A1 team won our state tournament in overtime and my Pee Wee A team had a blast while playing in Lake Placid. Off the ice, I’ve made many friendships while hanging out in the locker rooms and having fun during team lunches. I would like to thank all of my coaches over the years for their hard work and dedication. I hope to see many of my Warrior teammates on the ice again when we play against each other in high school. Thank you GNH Warriors for a great hockey experience.

 

#16 Danny Vining

I am the Captain of the 2020-2021 Bantam A team. I play Center and have been playing for the Warriors since Mite Development. I wear the number 16 because it was my grandfather’s lacrosse number in college. I am a freshman at Guilford High School and play baseball and mountain bike in the off-season.

 

#63 Charlie Wood

I started playing hockey when I was 6 years old. I immediately loved it! My 1st year with the Warriors was in 2014, Mite D. I played for the Tomahawks and met a lot of my friends and current teammates then. After Mite D, I went to Squirts and on from there. Each level was great and I loved traveling with all of my teammates and their families, especially to tournaments. Win or lose, we always had a great time. We all became a huge family and I will always have great memories and great friends. My best memory was winning Gold at Lake Placid on the 1980’s rink! Next year I will be a freshman at Daniel Hand and will continue to play hockey there. I want to thank all of my coaches from Mite D thru Bantams for making me the player I am today and thank all of my teammates throughout the years for such great memories!


by posted 03/04/2021
Warriors Earn Player Awards

Congratulations - Warriors earn player awards!

Players can earn an award for the following:

  • Hat Trick Award - a player scoring 3 goals in one game

  • Playmaker Award - a player with 3 assists in one game

  • Zero Award - a goalie allowing 0 goals, playing a complete game

 

  • Hat Trick - Danny Vining (Bantam A)

  • Playmaker - Matt Gervais (Bantam A)

  • Hat Trick - Jack Ouellette (Bantam A)

  • Hat Trick - Michael Savo (Bantam A)

  • Hat Trick - Jc Dellaselva (Squirt A)

  • Playmaker - Brendan Creatore (PeeWee B Black)

  • Hat Trick - John Montesanto (Bantam A)

  • Playmaker - Chase DeSanto (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Jack Wellins (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Braeden Steahle (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Chris Caporale (Squirt A1)

  • Hat Trick - Anthomy Naples (PeeWee B Red)

  • Playmaker - Alex Cretella (PeeWee B Red)

  • Playmaker - Jack Wellins (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Ryan Wood (PeeWee B Red)

  • Playmaker - Cadence Fasano (PeeWee B Red)

  • Playmaker - Braylon Rodrigues (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Braylon Rodrigues (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Anthony Garofalo (Squirt B)

  • Hat Trick - Carson Lamb (Squirt B)

  • Playmaker - Nikolas Cejas (Squirt B)

  • Playmaker - Bryce Falcon (Squirt B)

  • Hat Trick - Grayson Marcarelli (Squirt A1)

  • Hat Trick - Cooper Savoy (Bantam A)

  • Playmaker - Thomas Melillo (PeeWee Black)

  • Hat Trick - Luce Tangredi (PeeWee Black)

  • Hat Trick - Griffin Manske (Bantam A)

  • Playmaker - Liam Biskup (Squirt B)

  • Zero - Matthew Natale (Squirt B)

  • Hat Trick - Dylan Donaruma (Squirt B)

  • Hat Trick - Nikolas Cejas (Squirt B)

  • Playmaker - William Emerson (PeeWee Black)

  • Hat Trick - Thomas Melillo (PeeWee Black)

  • Zero - Owen Hamm (PeeWee B Black)

  • Hat Trick - William Emerson (PeeWee B Black)

  • Hat Trick - William Miller (PeeWee B Black)

  • Hat Trick - Evan Conlan (PeeWee B Black)

  • Hat Trick - Cameron Gauvin (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Luca DiLegge (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Chase DeSanto (PeeWee B Red)

  • Playmaker - Cooper Savoy (Bantam A)

  • Playmaker - Griffin Manske (Bantam A)

  • Hat Trick - Bryce Montabana (Bantam A)

  • Playmaker - Luca DiLegge (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Zachary Hooper (PeeWee B Red)

  • Hat Trick - Alexander Cretella (PeeWee B Red)

  • Zero - Daniel Hooper (PeeWee B Red)

  • Zero - Ben Amarone (Bantam A)

  • Zero - Dillon Brockett (Squirt A)

  • Zero - Dante DiLegge (Bantam A)

  • Zero - Benjamin McGovern (Squirt A1)

  • Playmaker - Paul Mastriano (Bantam A)

  • Zero - Tyler Ferraro (Squirt A1)


by posted 09/08/2020
2021/2022 Player Age & Level Guide

Here are the player age and level guidelines for the 2018/2019 season:

Bantams 14U - Birth years 2007 & 2008

PeeWees 12U - Birth years 2009& 20010

Squirts 10U - Birth years 2011 & 2012

Mites 8U - Birth years 2013 & 2014

 


by posted 03/30/2019
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