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Rye Rangers @ The Garden

 

Our Mite A & Mite A1 teams enjoyed a memorable night at Madison Square Garden skating in between periods of the Rangers-Devils game on Nov. 28. The game at the Garden continued a longtime tradition of our 8U players showcasing their impressive skills at the World's Most Famous Arena.

 

 

 

 

 


by posted 11/30/2022
Rye Rangers @ The Garden

 

Our Mite A & Mite A1 teams enjoyed a memorable night at Madison Square Garden skating in between periods of the Rangers-Devils game on Nov. 28. The game at the Garden continued a longtime tradition of our 8U players showcasing their impressive skills at the World's Most Famous Arena.

 

 

 


by posted 11/30/2022
Tourney Winners

Congrats to our Midget A team for capturing the "Knock The Rust Off Tourney" title. The 16U team went 3-1 en route to the title.

 

 


by posted 10/17/2022
Rye Rangers Good Skate Award

On December 15, 2001, the Rye Rangers staged a memorial hockey game and fundraiser for the families of the three members of the club who died in the tragedy at the World Trade Center.  These individuals are Tommy Palazzo, Teddy Maloney, and Ward Haynes. The day was a huge success.

At the Rye Rangers Memorial Cup, we dedicated an award called the “Good Skate Award.”  What struck each of us as we remembered our friends was how genuinely good they were, how helpful they were to their friends, how loving they were with their families, and, generally, how much fun they were to be around.  In rink jargon, each one was what you might call a “good skate.”  A black granite trophy with an imbedded silver skate was created by one of our members, Gerry Baum, to remind us of this goodness and to inspire us to be better individuals.

The inscription on the Good Skate Award states that it is to be: “Presented annually to the member of the Rye Rangers Hockey Club voted by his/her peers as best epitomizing the human goodness of these special individuals.  It shall be forever known as the “Good Skate Award.”  Its enduring legacy is to serve as a reminder that we are all better human beings for having shared our lives, both on and off the ice, with these guys.”  

The past deserving recipients have been:

2002    Rocky Shepard

2003    Kevin Burke

2004    Bart Lawrence

2005    Frank Effinger

2006    Diane Holmes

2007   Jerry Baum

2008   Jay Altmeyer

2009   Marty Clague

2009   Bob Tucker

2010   Thom O'Grady

2011   Rich Guthrie

2012   Steve & Sharon Ketchabaw

2013   Eric Budke

2014   Peter S Duncan

2015   Mark Finnegan

2016   Bill Steers

2017   Rob Dorfman

2018  Sam Weinman

2019 Terry Morris

2020 Drew Shea

2021 Eric Bommer

 

 


by posted 04/20/2021