Posted Nov. 25, 2014 @ 2:01 am
The SouthCoast Panthers recently took on the Boston Bruins alumni at Hetland Ice Arena.
The evening started with U14 player Skylar Samanica singing the national anthem, accompanied by flag bearer and Pee Wee player Maximus Lague. Five-year Letty Nelson accompanied by her brother, Squirt player Josh Nelson, for the puck drop.During the first half, the Bruins alumni dominated the South Coast Panther coaches. In the second half, the Panthers made an exciting comeback. John Kerney, coach of our Squirt A/Pee Wee B2 team, scored a hat trick. Captain and Squirt B coach Jamie Charrier spoke on behalf of all the coaches, saying “This was just a great experience for all the coaches and they would do it again in heartbeat.”
Manager of the Boston Bruins alumni, Bob Cormier said the Bruins “loved coming out to New Bedford and they look forward to being invited again.”The South Coast Panthers raised over $5,000 for this event and said they couldn’t have done it without all of their program sponsors, especially major sponsors Dicks Sporting Goods, Fay’s too Restaurant and Corner Sports. -
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