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2/26/2017 - League

Mamaroneck
Dix Hills Hawks
2
1

2/19/2017 - Exhibition

Mamaroneck Tigers Ban
Dix Hills Hawks Ban
5
0

2/19/2017 - Exhibition

Army
Rebels 16A
1
5

2/18/2017 - Exhibition

LI Edge Ban
Dix Hills Hawks Ban
1
4

2/18/2017 - Exhibition

LI Rebels 16A
Army 16u
3
5

2/16/2017 - League

Dix Hills Hawks PWA
Freeport Arrows Black
5
4

2/16/2017 - League

LI Edge Midget 16AA
LI Rebels Midget 16AA
4
2

2/13/2017 - League

Dix Hills Hawks PWA
Lady Islanders
7
1

2/12/2017 - Exhibition

GNY Stars
Dix Hills Hawks 16UA
5
1

2/12/2017 - League

Rebels
Cyclones
3
3

Our Latest News & Events

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The Rebels Game of the Week for 11-5-16 will be Midget 16A vs Greater New York.  The game will be streamed live courtesy of Rebels Hockey Productions in high definition with a play by play announcer.

To Watch Game Click Here

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The Rebels Midget 16AA game on Saturday 10-29-16 at 5:30pm was streamed live as our "Game of the Week"  courtesy of Rebels Hockey Productions.   The Rebels hosted Suffolk PAL in LIAHL action.

Click here to watch the game.

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The Squirt Minor team put their learned skills to work at the Wallingford Columbus Day Tournament winning 2 of their 3 round robin games and then winning both their playoff and championship games.

Congratulations to head coach Kevin Young and the Squirt Minor team on their accomplishments.

Posted in: Organization News
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With Labor Day past, the long awaited hockey season begins, and for the mites (8U)  and squirts (10U)  it's time to hit the ice with our talented teaching staff.

Ken Uher heads up the Rebels youngest students (8 and under) with a lesson plan that includes skills, respect, good sportsmanship, and fun!

"I just love working with the little guys," Uher stated , "It is so rewarding when you can not only mold the skills, but have an impact on the social development by teaching good sportsmanship and citizenship." Uher takes the opportunity to also school his older players as each session includes volunteers from the 14 and 15 u teams.  "I feel it is so important for the older players to give back some of their time," says Uher, "it makes them appreciate the sacrifices their parents make so they can play the sport they love."

But Uher is not the only veteran teacher that the rebels enlist.  Kevin Young is at the helm of the 10 and under squad.  "I love working with this age, " says Young, "They are at the point where they understand that their actions on and off the ice have an impact in everything they do.  I can't explain the feeling I get when you see these players a few years down the road participating in community service and playing high level hockey."

Young and Uher are on the ice with their respective squads every week teaching what they love....and now that the school year has started, they are ready to play some games!

Posted in: Organization News
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The Rebels Midget 18 team is starting the season helping others by working at Habitat for the Humanity.   The Rebels crew assisted in building a new home for a family from Long Island.    In addition to the work they did the team raised $1200 for Habitat that will help pay for materials needed to complete the home.

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