The boys will be staying in [See
Krause Email for location], not
George Reed South. http://web.facilities.udel.
Also the paintball waiver can be printed,
completed, and brought to Camp with them. If
they do not have the waiver signed by a parent
they cannot participate. http://waiver.
University of Delaware Saint Joseph Prep Summer Hockey Camp August 1st to August 3rd 2014
● Registration/Check in between 2:30pm and 4:00 pm on Friday August 1st
● Report first to the Fred Rust Ice Arena to drop off hockey bags/equipment. (The Arena is on the right of South College Avenue (route 896) as you come in from I95).
Address: 547 S. College Avenue, Newark, DE
● There will be two locked locker rooms for the weekend where players will keep equipment, eliminate shuttling gear to and from dorm to rink.
● Once gear is dropped @ rink, proceed down route 896 to the Independence Complex on the Laird Campus, to the Christiana Commons front desk. Players will receive a room key, an access card into the dorm building and a lanyard. After check-in at the Christiana Commons desk, the players will go to Thomas McKean Hall , (across the street from Christiania Commons).
● One parent for each player must be present at check-in at the dorm. At that time, the player and a parent must sign waivers for each player using the attached form.
● If a player is driving himself to the camp, please let us know. We would request that he turn in his keys to a coach and he will be given them again on Sunday after the last ice time. We will also need to obtain a parking pass for his car so we need advance notice of any such requests.
● The first meal won’t be till after the skating sessions on Friday, so please eat lunch and pack a snack if needed before you come. On Saturday, the Club will make breakfast available before the first skate. The players will eat lunch on Saturday in the dining hall and diner will be at the rink. We will also feed them breakfast on Sunday. The players will receive meal cards for the meals in the dining hall.
● The dorm is Air Conditioned –
so you do not need to bring your fans. But, as is
the case for most college dorms, the beds are Twin
Extra Long. You will need to bring sheets a pillow
and a pillow case as well as towel,
washcloth and toiletries. If you want to see
further information about the dorm you can look up
● We need every parent to go on the link below and sign a waiver for the paintball activity Coach Dave has set up for the boys on Saturday.
● Camp will break on Sunday, 8/3. The last ice time runs from 10:15 – 11:45. Parents are invited to come early and watch. You can checkout of the dorm rooms until 1:30 p.m.
● Checkout is in the same location as check in, and campers/staff need to turn in their key, access card, and meal card at checkout. There is a charge of $120.00 for any room key that is not returned within 24 hours of check out, and a $25.00 charge for unreturned access and meal cards.
● University of Delaware Shuttle bus will be available for hockey team though out their stay.
● Any special awareness or conditions should be communicated directly to Coach Giacomin in writing/email. e.g. Asthma, physical limitations, etc.
● Make sure all your hockey needs are taken care of before you get there…plenty of tape, extra sticks, MOUTHGUARDS, sharpened skates. There is no guarantee that the Pro Shop will be open when you need it, if at all. Any equipment that could be mixed up with others should be labeled.
● Things you will need or might want to bring:
○ Twin sheets (extra Long)
○ Pillow and Pillow Case
○ Bath towel, Soap, Shampoo and other toiletries
○ Drinks/Snacks to have in room (rooms do not have refrigerators)
○ Hockey equipment – tape and extra sticks
○ Off Ice workout clothes – including appropriate footwear
○ Mouth guards must be worn on the ice
○ IPods, cellphones and books are allowed during down time
● Once checked in, players will not be permitted to go off on their own, or to leave campus until camp breaks on Sunday.
● This is a Saint Joseph’s Prep event. All rules and regulations that govern your behavior at any other Prep event on or off campus will apply.
● Please note – all attendees must be registered with USA Hockey in order to participate. If there is a question, please contact Mike Capuzzi immediately for details and assistance.
● Boys will be on the ice 4 times in 42 hours. Be prepared, stretch and exercise days before camp begins.
Please let Coach Dave Giacomin know if your plans on attending the camp have changed.
See you in Delaware!!
6TH, 7TH AND
8TH GRADE CLINIC - 2014
2014 Summer Service:
Prep volunteers helped out cleaning multiple park areas this summer:
Prep volunteers again volunteered this June 2014 at the "Sprint in the Spirit 5K" (the "nun run" for the IHM Sisters). We also had several Prep parents and a Prep sister helping out, resulting in 72 total hours of service! As always, Sister Mary Jo and the IHM Sisters were delighted to have our Prep students supporting the nun run! Thanks to everyone who participated:
Class of 2015
Class of 2016
Class of 2017
Class of 2018
Prep Summer Skates:
June 1st 7:00 - 8:30 pm at Skatium - for all incoming freshmen and sophomores
June 10th 7:00 - 8:30 pm at Skatium - for all players
July 15th 6:20-7:50 pm at Skatium - for all players
Aug 19th 6:20- 7:50pm at Skatium - for all players
July 19th - 5th, 6th, 7th grade clinic at Skatium from 12pm - 8pm
SJP Hockey Summer Camp at University of Delaware
August 1st to August 3rd More details to come in July.
SJP Hockey 2014-15 Registration is now open and needs to be completed by 7/1/2014.
Below is the link to the website for on-line registration. Please note on the registration page are the forms which need to be downloaded and completed, once completed they can be returned to Mike Capuzzi.
Any registration questions can be directed to Michael Capuzzi
Prep Hockey Coaches and Board
The Prep Hockey coaching staff is looking for additional assistant coaches for the 2014-15 season. Being able to make practices on Sundays and Wednesdays is an important consideration.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Jersey Number Selection and Equipment Order Forms Now Available for 2014-15 - click here
Registration now available for 2014-15 - click here
Monday, May 5th , 6:00 to 8:00 PM at St. Joe's Prep, Prep Dining area, 2nd Level
Meeting agenda will include:
New player registration, Jersey and equipment orders
Introduce Prep Hockey and head coach Dave Giacomin
Key dates; summer and upcoming season
Speakers – Mike Capuzzi, online registration, Joe Pooler, Club Financial report, Nick Centrella, Nominations, officers and Hockey, Kathy Neff, Jerseys, equipment, Sharyn Chernitsky, Service and Mike Matkovic fundraising.
Question and Answer session
Please join us for an
informative and important Prep Hockey meeting.
Looking for service hours or any way to be a Man for Others here are two volunteer opportunities:
Both Events are Saturday June 7th
Nun Run: Sister Mary Jo needs 25-30 Prep Boys to help from 7:00 - 11:30 at the nun run.
Below is the link with details.
They need guys to help out with parking, along the race route, water tables, and clean-up. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Please respond to Sharyn Chernitsky if interested in helping at the Nun Run… email@example.com
Run With Pride 5k Run 1 Mile Walk
Below is the link with details about the run/walk and cause: 100% of the proceeds from this community event will benefit the The Scholarship Fund in Memory of Kevin Flach
Virginia Krause is looking for volunteers to man the barricades and intersections, help with AM registration, and clean up.
If interested please reply to Virginia Krause @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for any consideration!
Alum Thriving at Harvard University; 1st junior hockey captain in 50 years
Max Everson (left) and Kyle Criscuolo (Prep Hockey Alum) (right) pose with head coach Ted Donato (Photo: Harvard Men's Hockey).
Kyle was a disciple of former Prep Hockey coach Ed Austin who first recognized Kyle's leadership and playing ability. Ed worked tirelessly to continue to develop Kyle's skills during his time at the Prep.
From the Harvard University news release:
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Defenseman Max Everson and forward Kyle Criscuolo were named captains of the 2014-15 Harvard men's hockey team, the 122nd and 123rd captains in team history, as the squad gathered for its annual awards banquet Saturday at the Harvard Club of Boston. The team also handed out its annual awards at the gathering.
Harvard will feature co-captains for the first time since the 2010-11 season, when Michael Del Mauro and Christopher Huxley both donned the "C" on their jerseys. With Everson as a captain, it will be the 12th consecutive season the Crimson will have a defenseman leading the squad. Criscuolo, who will be a junior next season, is Harvard's first junior captain in over half a century, as the last non-senior to serve was William Ayers '47 in 1945-46. Everson and Criscuolo will be Harvard's seventh pair of captains in the history of the program.
Four team awards were also handed out Saturday. The John Tudor Memorial Cup, presented to Harvard's most valuable player, went to sophomore forward Jimmy Vesey. Freshman Sean Malone took home the George Percy Award as the team's top rookie, and Criscuolo earned the Ralph "Cooney" Weiland Award for devotion to the game for the second straight season. Freshman Victor Newell was awarded the Donald Angier Hockey Trophy as Harvard's most improved player.
Vesey lead the Crimson in points in 2013-14, totaling 22 on a team-high 13 goals and nine assists. He earned his second All-Ivy accolade in as many years, leading the team in goals for the second straight season. His five game-winning goals ranked tied for first in the ECAC and tied for seventh nationally, and he also held a share of the team lead in power-play goals with four. Vesey was also named a Walter Brown Award candidate for the second consecutive season. It is his second Harvard team award of his career after taking home the George Percy Award in his first year at Harvard.
Malone became the 13th Harvard skater in program history to collect Ivy Rookie of the Year honors, and it marked the second straight season a Harvard skater has received the honor with Vesey earning the title in 2012-13. The top-scoring freshman on the team, Malone amassed 20 points on six goals and 14 assists in his inaugural collegiate season, playing in all 31 games for the Crimson. He recorded the longest point streak on the team this season at five games and also had a team-high two short-handed scores on the year.
Criscuolo showed a nose for the net as well this season, finishing second on the team with 11 goals and 20 total points. He tied with Vesey for the team lead in power-play goals with four and was one of just five players to play every game for the Crimson this season. He compiled seven multi-point games during the 2013-14 campaign.
Newell started the season as a reserve defenseman, and finished as one of Harvard's top scoring threats from the blue line. The freshman suited up for 15 games in his inaugural campaign and tallied 10 points (two goals and eight assists), giving him the second-highest points-per-game average on the team behind Vesey. He recorded his first collegiate goal and assist in the same game, a 7-4 win over Boston University Jan. 4.
What a season!
Congratulations to the all three Prep hockey teams on a great ride this year. Congratulations to La Salle for winning the Flyers Cup in a hard-fought overtime championship game.
And congratulations finally to all of the seniors for amazing Prep Hockey careers. We are all so proud of you all!
Flyers Cup Pictures Available
Hockey Hits the 40-Win Mark
for the Season
The St. Joseph’s Prep Hockey program closed 2013 with the three-team program sporting a record of 40 wins as the December portion of the schedule comes to an end.
The teams have a combined record of 40-14.4.
The Varsity AAA Hawks are in first place in the Inter County Scholastic Hockey League on a perfect record of 8-0-0. The team’s overall record is 17-5-2.
The Prep AAA squad is off to an 8-1-1 mark, good for first place in the ICSHL Pool 4 Division. The team’s overall mark is 16-5-1.
The Prep JV team's league and overall mark is 7-4-1, good for second place in the JV Pool 2 Division in the ICSHL.
Varsity AAA forward Anthony Giacomin leads the ICSHL in scoring with 17 points. Prep goalie Charlie Van Kula leads the league with a 5-0-0 record and a 1.83 goals against average.
Hawks forward Mark Centrella leads the ICSHL Pool 4 Division in scoring in points (19) and goals (11). Forward Thomas Scirrotto leads the division with 12 assists. In goal, Shawn Joniec leads the league with a 1.17 goals against average. Joniec and goaltending partner Zander Krause lead the league with four wins each.
from Purple Puck Hockey Tournament
PICTURES AND UPDATES AT: Purple Puck Public Facebook Page
Charlie Van Kula
Shawn Joniec (not pictured; did not skate)
JV - A:
PINK THE RINK a resounding success!
NEWS COVERAGE OF THE EVENT
Thank you to everyone in the Prep hockey community for your support of Pink the Rink! It was a huge success!
The event and
game were featured on the NBC-10 11:00 p.m. news last
night and The Delco Times covered the game after
promoting it on their Twitter feed during the
day. Check out the link for the article in
today’s Delco Times: http://www.gametimepa.com/
A special thank you to the players, who were challenged to "fill the room." You delivered! 406 people paid to attend the varsity game, which shattered the record for paid attendance at the Skatium for an ICSHL varsity game. This is in addition to those who had passes for the game and those who attended the Pink the Rink Open Skate. WOW!
Pink the Rink is a herculean effort that can't occur without the generous help of many, many people. We were lucky to partner with the Skatium staff and O’Hara Ice Hockey Program who really supported the event. Thank you so much to those in the Prep hockey family who donated baked goods and pretzels, to the JV-AAA players who volunteered, to the moms "at the tables", to the dads who helped with set up and clean up, to the photographers and announcer, to the managers who kept things running smoothly and to those who made donations and/or purchased t-shirts, pucks and 50/50 raffle tickets to benefit the Kelly Rooney Foundation. All donations of time, talent and treasure were really appreciated. You made my job easy!
A final thank you to the coaches who were so accommodating to the chaos and disruption of the “Puck Chuck” and all the pre-game and between-game activities. We appreciate your understanding when the focus of the evening drifted away from the game.
See you at the rink,
the Curse Ended Earlier...
Jamestown, NY tournament was a great trip for our varsity team! Varsity finished the tournament 2-2. Local teams all together put in a very strong showing against top U.S. and Canadian teams, including being the overall tourney winner.
Prep AAA team schedule updates:
Purple Puck Tournament Schedule Announced; Gonzaga & Alumni Day Recap:
Prep Hockey National Honor Society Inductees:
On Tuesday, November 13, 2013, four Prep Hockey players were inducted at the Honors Convocation into the St. Joseph's Preparatory School chapter of the National Honor Society. Membership is based on scholarship, leadership, service and character.
Standing from left to right are: Ryan Neff, Stephen Centrella, Charles Van Kula and Robert Jankiewicz.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the three Wells Fargo Center games
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Penn State-Vermont college hockey game!
Your support helps our teams compete at the Wells Fargo Center three times this season.
Full game schedules are posted in the "Game Schedule" tab, including tournaments (over 70 total games)
Check back weekly as the teams' schedules may change
Preppers, 7 Coaches including 5 Prep Hockey
Alumni and the Prep Hockey Family held a
2 1/2 day Hockey Camp at the
University of Delaware in early
August. Head Coach
David Giacomin led the effort to initiate the
2013-2014 Hockey Campaign.
6TH, 7TH AND 8TH GRADE CLINIC - 2013
On Sunday, July 21, boys in grades 6th,
7th and 8th grade (plus a 4th grade sibling) skated
with Prep Hockey Seniors and Juniors and our Head
Coach Dave Giacomin! The 6th Annual Hockey Clinic was
a success with four goalies in attendance.