Champions - Bantam Elite - Legends of Hockey
Champions: PeeWee Gold MidWinter Classic
Bantam Gold - Runner-Up at Battle by the Bridge
Bantam Major CS - Runner-Up at Bauer World Invite
PeeWee Gold - Champions MyHockey Chicago Cup
Champions: Bruins CS Central States - Belle Tire

 

Champions – NWHL Squirt Black

Franklin Park, Illinois | NWHL Squirt Green Champions! Congrats to NWHL Squirt Black team: Alexander Alvarez, Noah Bucheit, Kennelly Clinton, Gus Dravilas, Gavin Lemmy, Justin Lococo, Robert Mandell, Marco Morrone, Danny Raible, Douglas Slinkman, Anthony Sorrentino, Maisie Thompson, and Blake White. Congrats to Coach Mike Dwyer and team! The team also took silver at Johnny’s

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Finalist – PeeWee Silver MyHockey President’s Cup

West Dundee, Illinois | The Bruins PeeWee NIHL Silver team showed tremendous heart this weekend at the MyHockey President’s Day Tournament. Down several players due to illness, the Bruins took their 2nd seed into the Championship game, but came up just short of the championship. Let’s cheer on the boys as they turn their attention

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Champions – PeeWee Minor CS – ChiTown

Chicago, Illinois | After a long regular season and a heartbreaking early exit from the Blackhawks Cup last week, Coach Mark Luka’s Bruins PW Minor CSDHL kept their spirits high heading into their final tournament at Johnny’s Ice House over Presidents Day weekend. With a 4 game clean sweep of the competition, outscoring their opponents

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Volunteer Hours Available

February 17, 2017

Dear Chicago Bruins Community, Volunteer Hours. Available right here, right now! March 2 – March 5: Bruins are hosting Blackhawk Cup and are in need of several volunteers. For each game we need 2 volunteers to run the clock and do the score sheet. Each game will fulfill one volunteer hour. YOU MUST BE 18

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Squirt Major Central States – 2nd Place

Addison, Illinois | Congratulations to the Squirt Major Central States team for finishing the regular season in 2nd place, just 4 points out of first with a record of 36-6-5 (including playoffs and tournaments). Their regular season goal total was 125 and 50 against. They also had 7 regular season shutouts. These boys finished the

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Video Highlights

Spring 2017