The Twin City Titans girls’ hockey team has qualified for the Bruins TD Bank mini one-on-one tournament. They Qualified in the girls’ U10 division. The qualifier competition was held this past weekend at The Bank of Maine Ice Vault. The Twin City Titans came in first and the Maine Gladiators came in second, both qualifying to go to Boston for the taping. Pictured in the photo are goalie Lauren Powers, shooter Bella Webster, Maine Gladiators goalie Madyson Boulet and Maine Gladiators shooter Paige Bourgoin
TC Titan's Mite Extended Team wins in March Showdown Tournament (Feb. 27-Mar. 2) 2-1 in double overtime to win!
Job well done! The Squirt Blue team won Second Place in; the State of Maine, Lion's Tournament and March Winter Classic Tournament!
Rousseau’s Hockey Clinic is currently accepting applications for Youth clinics beginning on April 26. Our youth clinics offer 7 divisions catering to players age 4 through 17, including a more advanced “High School” division and “Select Girls” division.
Rousseau’s Hockey Clinic is a family run hockey school that has be developing Maine hockey players for nearly 30 years. We train nearly 800 Maine hockey players each year and employ a staff of 50 dedicated instructors and counselors. We hope to have the opportunity to skate with you this Spring. For more information and an application, please visit the web site:
Titan players had the opportunity to meet and greet the four teams participating in the National College Division III championship.
During the end of year family skate the Twin City Titans awarded Matt Hird the Dana Latilippe Award.
2014 Lion’s Tournament Ends with Visit from
This year’s Lion’s Youth Hockey Tournament, held for the 42nd year in a row, was capped off last Thursday by a closing ceremony which included a visit from the Maine Black Bear Men’s Hockey Team. Following a week of fun filled games for youth hockey players from ages 5 to 15, Thursday was a day of championship games, awards, prizes, and an open skate filled with hundreds of skaters. After awards were given to winning and runner up teams, very special awards were given to deserving players and coaches for their outstanding play and sportsmanship. And then, on their way to Boston to play a weekend set of games against Hockey East rival, Northeastern University, the entire Black Bear Men’s hockey team, coaches, and staff stopped by the Norway Savings Bank Arena to offer the Twin City Titans an opportunity to meet the players and coaches, get autographs, and take pictures, adding to the week already filled with memories that will last a life time.
The smiles could not be wider for both the Titan players and family members as well as the Black Bears, all of whom remember their days of playing as youngsters in tournaments just like the Lion’s Tournament, and one, Assistant Captain Mark Anthoine, who did play in the Lion’s Tournament not too long ago. Mark grew up in
Winners of the tournament and special awards were:
Mites Division Champions: Titans Mite White
Squirt Division Champions: Titans Squirt
Peewee Division Champions: Lac Megantic Peewees
Bantam Division Champions: Titans Bantam
Bob Gladu Award (best defensive player): Mackenzie Zashut
Fern Cloutier Award (best coach): Mike Mathieu
Sportsmanship Awards given by the Twin City Titans: Peyton Dyer, Blake Springer, Benjamin Griffith, and Mason Aube
Scholarships given by the Maine Referee Association: Brody Emond, William Levasseur, Ryan Laferriere, Travis Morin, Nate Jones, and Dylan Scribner
Kyle Lemelin a member of the Maine Gladiator's and 2014 Captain of the Lewiston High School Blue Devils Hockey Team. He is Dunkin Donut's Player of the month.
Kyle is the recipient of the 2014 Maine High School hockey's Class A top individual honor, The Travis Roy Award.
Kyle started youth hockey in Lewiston Auburn and continued to play for the Maine Gladiator's throughout his high school years.
“It’s not a one-person thing,” Lemelin said to the Lewiston Sun Journal. “It’s the whole Lewiston hockey organization, whether it’s the coaches or the kids I grew up playing hockey with day in and day out.” We would like to congratulate Kyle on the award and on a great youth hockey career.
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Nominate that child for the Dunkin Donuts Sports Person of the Month by sending an email to our committee explaining why that special person should earn that title. Send emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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