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Entries for April 2013

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The Rebels are proud to announce the Midget 18 coaches for the 2013-14 season, Tom and Greg Cartwright.

Tom Cartwright has been with the Rebels Organization for many seasons taking several teams to the NY State Championships and to Nationals.   Tom is well known in the youth hockey community as a excellent coach, leader and great guy.

Coming back to the Rebels now as a coach is Tom's son Gregory Cartwright.   Greg's playing career is well know in the Rebels family.  He was the leader of the Rebels & Royals Midget teams that won NY State Championships and semi-finalists at the National finals.   Greg was named Captain of the Jr Royals teams that went on to finish with a 41-6 season record and placed third at the National finals.   Voted Most Valuable Player for several years including Hockey Night in Boston Yearly Awards Greg was always  "the team role model".  Greg went on to attend and play at Niagara University ACHA D-1 Team where he recently  graduated.      In addition to his coaching the Rebels  Midget 18 team Greg will assist and work closely with the Jr. Royals team and staff.

Clearly with the best of both worlds the Rebels are proud to announce Tom and Greg Cartwright as co-head coaches of the Rebels 2013-14  Midget 18 Team.

Posted in: Organization News
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The Long Island Rebels are pleased Vincent Mannetta has joined the coaching staff for the 2013-14 season and will be head coach for the '99 Bantam Major Team.

Vinnie has an extensive coaching past including both domestic and international experience. He comes to the Rebels from Long Beach Apple Core where he spent one year as coach of their squirt team and three years as head coach of the Bantam squad, Vinnie also coached with the Long Island Royals for five seasons as a member of their Pee-Wee, Bantam and Midget coaching staff. In addition to coaching, Vinnie Mannetta serves as an evaluator on Long Island for USA Hockey’s Player Development Camps, the first step toward the USA National teams.

Vinnie is not only an accomplished coach, but his playing credentials are equally impressive. A product of Long Island hockey, Vinnie played in the LIAHL during his youth career and finished off at the Junior B level with the Long Island Jr Royals. Vinnie went on to play hockey at the college level. He attended Iona College and played for the Gaels from 1992-1996, captaining the team his final two seasons. He was an ECAC Conference All-Star selection during his senior season and also received College Athlete of the Month honors that year.

There is only a select few who can say they played hockey at the professional level, and Vinnie is one of them. He was a member of Nashville Nighthawks of the Central Hockey League during the ’96-’97 season and suited up as a power forward for the Idaho Steelhounds of the WCHL in ’97-’98. Following his years in the US, Vinnie skated professionally in Milano, Italy during the ’98-‘99 season.  He describes his time in Italy as “an experience of a lifetime.”

The Rebels Organization welcome Vinnie to the staff and know he will be a great addition to the  Bantam Major team.

Posted in: Organization News
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The Rebels are proud to announce the addition of Ken Uher to our coaching staff. 

Ken Started out his coaching career with the Long Island Rebels as an assistant coach to the Squirt team in 2003. 

He went on to join the Ice Cats where he spent seven years as head coach in the Newbridge based organization.  In his final two years with the Ice Cats, Ken lead their Midget 16U squad to the first ever LIAHL playoff appearance for any Ice Cats Midget team, finishing in the Runner up spot. 

From the Ice Cats, Ken took the helm as the Head coach of the Long Island Wolfpack Juniors, leading the 'pack since 2009.  

The Rebels are taking full advantage of Ken's coaching experience.  In addition to his Bantam Minor role, he will bring his talents to the younger level as he assists Kevin Young with our Squirt Minor team.

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2013-2014  -  TRYOUT DATES AND APPLICATION

Clicker here for the Tryout Dates          Click here for the tryout application
(NOTE:  form can be completed online and then printed)

Bantam Major Coach Vinny Mannetta was pleased with the Bantam Major tryout results "good turnout with a lot of quality players, I'm looking forward to a great season".
There is still time to tryout for the Rebels Tournament Bound Bantam Major team that will play in the (LIAHL) Long Island Amateur Hockey League.  


Midget 18 Team Last Tryout Sat. 4/20 @ 8:10pm

All tryouts are at Dix Hills Ice Arena, plan to arrive early 

REBELS COACHES 2013-2014 SEASON

Mites -  Mike Porcello
Squirt Minor -  Co-Coaches  Kevin Young / Kenny Uher
Squirt Major -  Co-Coaches  Kevin Young / James Chang
Peewee Minor - Dennis McGovern
Peewee Major -  Rich McGuigan / Mike Porcello
Bantam Minor -  Kenny Uher 
Bantam Major - Vincent Mannetta 
Midget 16A - Dan Talia / Mike Porcello / James Chang
Midget 16AA - Dan Talia 
Midget 18 - Tom Cartwright / Greg Cartwright

TRYOUT RESULTS CLICK HERE

Posted in: Organization News
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The Rebels are pleased to announce the addition of Roland Buzard to the Bantam Major coaching squad.  Roland has coached youth hockey since starting his career in 2004 with the Long Island Royals.  He coached in the Royals organization for four season before joining the Ice Cats in 2008.  With the Ice cats, he coached Bantams, Squirts, and Pee Wee posting a 26-1-1 record in his final year with the Ice Cats PW team.  Roland currently works with the Laura Staff Power Sating School where he has been since 2008.  

Roland Buzard and Vinny Mannetta bring a tremendous amount of coaching talent to this year's Bantam Majors and the Rebels are looking to another successful season.

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