OVER 60 LEAGUE AT HOCKEYTOWN USA
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OVER 60 LEAGUE TIE
IN THE EVENT OF A TIE IN THE FINAL STANDINGS, THE FOLLOWING RULES WILL BE THE TIE BREAKERS
1. BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE
2. MOST WINS
3. LEAST LOSSES
4. GOAL DIFFERENTIAL
5. FEWEST GOALS AGAINST
6. MOST GOALS SCORED
OVER 60 PLAYOFF FORMAT
IN THE EVENT OF A TIE GAME AT THE END OF REGULATION THE FOLLOWING RULES WILL BE IN EFFECT.
1. 5 MINUTE RUNNING TIME 5 VS 5 OVERTIME PERIOD.
2. 5 MINUTE 4 VS 4 RUNNING TIME OVERTIME PERIOD.
3. 5 MINUTE 3 VS 3 OVERTIME PERIOD.
4. SHOOT OUT. EACH TEAM WOULD BE REQUIRED TO USE ALL OF THEIR PLAYERS BEFORE ANYONE COULD REPEAT.
GOOD LUCK TO ONE AND ALL
Over 60 UPDATED rosters 11-3-17
TEN WEEK FALL SEASON – SEPT 20 THRU NOV. 22, 2017
TEN WEEK WINTER SEASON - NOV. 29 THRU JAN 31, 2018
TEN WEEK SPRING SEASON - FEB. 7 THRU APRIL 11, 2018
Over 60 Champs 2016-2017
Over 60 2016-2017 rosters
Over 60 Champs 2016
- 2/15/16 Spring payment of $200 is now due
- Games cancelled on 1/24 will be made up on 4/24
Over 60 updated rosters 12/14/15
2015 Fall Rosters
2015 Spring champs
Over 60 Spring Rosters
Over 60 Winter Rosters
2014 Fall Champions
2014 Spring Teams
2014 Winter Teams
Over 60 League 2013 teams and winners
Andrew J. Crotty
III January 13, 1951 - February 17, 2013
White Snails win Title with 2-1 win in a Shootout on Dec 16, 2012
2012 over 60 champions
White Snails win Title with 4-3 win in a Shootout on March 11, 2012
Black Crabs win Championship Game 7-6 in OT on Dec 18, 2011
Black Crabs win Championship Game 9-5 on May 22, 2011
2011 SPRING OVER 60 SEASON
STARTS MARCH 13, 2011. 4:30PM
2010 Fall Champions Black Crabs
2010 Champions Black Crabs, 5-2 win
Women's team comes from behind to beat over 60 group 5-3
2010 Champions White Snails, 10-3 win
2009 Fall over 60 Playoff Champions
THE WHITE SNAILS EVEN THE SERIES.
January 3, 2009
Over sixty players took part in the ninth annual New Year’s Day event. It appears most of the players were in early on New Year’s Eve as the tempo of the games were more fitting for a younger group. The fast pace of the first game even got Harry to move his feet. The North team took a 3-2 lead into the final five minutes of the game highlighted by spectacular goaltending by both Steve Hatch and Tom Walsh. On paper the North squad’s Jim Toomey was on his way to being the game MVP as he and Steve Jones worked their magic. But a missed defensive assignment by an aging Indian (a Milton boyo) let the one legged Paul Powers tie the game with his second of three goals. Two minutes later the UNH flash iced the game and the MVP trophy as he completed his hat trick at 1:28 of the third period. Upon review of the tapes it was brought to the commish’s attention that the MVP recipient had lost his helmet sometime prior to scoring the game winning goal and a protest was lodged by the North squad. The tapes have been sent to the assistant commissioner Wally the Turtle and we will have to wait for his decision to post a final score. Hold Your Tickets….
The North squad redeemed themselves in the second game as they squeaked out a 4-2 victory in another game with superior goaltending as Dave Phoenix and Bob Bishop came in with very strong performances. Tom Cassidy finally broke the ice with his two goals in the last four minutes of the second period. It took one Milton boy’s (Flash Flaherty) leadership to bail out his homey’s miscue from the previous game. Flash used Captain Red Maher sparingly throughout the game to save his aging legs so the crafty veteran would be available for a possible shootout.
With the exception of the Big Red captain (the other Powers) who had a hard time teaching his defensemen to count to five, a good time was had by all as many reconvened at the local establishment to await Wally’s announcement.
White Snails Over 60 Champs...could this be the start of a Dynasty ?
THE WHITE SNAILS CAME UP BIG FOR THE PLAYOFFS, BEATING THE BLACK CRABS BY A SCORE OF 7-4 ON SUNDAY MAY 4TH.
TIMING MAY HAVE BEEN THEIR BIGGEST ASSETS AS THE LEAGUE LEADING SCORER, GEORGE MURPHY, OF THE BLACK CRABS, WAS IN REHAB AFTER SUCCESSFUL KNEE SURGERY. THE LEAGUE’S TOP SCORING LINE OF MURPHY, CITRONI & WALKER WAS UNABLE TO CAPITALIZE ON THEIR OPPORTUNITIES WITHOUT THE MOTIVATING MURPHY. THE WHITE SNAILS TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THEIR GOOD FORTUNE WHEN AFTER GETTING A LEAD IN THE SECOND PERIOD, THE CAGEY VETERANS WENT INTO THEIR “DUMP AND DON’T CHASE” PREVENT DEFENSE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE GAME. AFTER WINNING ONLY TWO GAMES DURING THE SPRING SEASON, THE SNAILS OVER CAME A 7-1 LEAD BY THE CRABS IN THE LAST LEAGUE GAME TO TIE 9-9, GIVING THEM THE CONFIDENCE THEY NEEDED FOR THE PLAYOFFS.
THE INAUGURAL SEASON FOR THIS NEW DIVISION WAS ENJOYED BY THIRTY FIVE PLAYERS WHO HAD THE CHANCE TO BE “THE KID” AGAIN.
THE SIXTY AND SEVENTY YEAR OLDS PROVED THAT GIVEN THE RIGHT ENVIRONMENT THEY CAN STILL ENJOY THE GAME THEY LOVE TO PLAY.
APPLICATIONS FOR NEXT SEASON WILL BE SENT OUT DURING THE SUMMER TO ALL EXISTING PLAYERS. ANY NEW PLAYERS SHOULD CALL THE RINK 781-233-3666 FOR AN APPLICATION. E-MAIL – HTUSAINC@AOL.COM
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