Last night was another epic night of hockey. We had a blast and people are getting better every week! Can’t wait until next Monday! Wish I would remember to bring a camera so we can document all the greatness! I’ll try to remember next time!
Tonight is our 2nd night on the ice 🙂 Hopefully we can have everyone there a bit early so we can start cleaning the rink this week! See you all there!
First Hockey Club meeting tomorrow night at 9! I can’t wait to see you all there 🙂 Be ready for an awesome time!
Get jacked people! One week until we can get on the ice 🙂
We get on the ice at 9 pm!
Remember to spread the word and hopefully you can be at the rink early so we can go over some things, but mostly because we want to have people to help clean the rink so it stays a nice-looking place 🙂
Coach Marc skated yesterday with the Ice Mites and reported that the ice is in fantastic shape! He sure is ready for next week’s Hockey Club kick off!
We have not received the jerseys or the socks yet, but what the heck, we’ve skated for two years without them, what’s another week?
Remember, you can invite up to two non campus friends to skate – they just need to pay the 5$ and also sign the waiver.
See you on the ice!
Well Marc can help you! He will be available tomorrow (Tuesday October 29th) at 11am to help 🙂 He can demo how to put on the gear properly and help answer any questions that you have. Hope to see you there!
Come and see what’s going on with the club! Everyone’s invited! Come to the library at 12:30 pm. until about 1 pm.
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For all of you that made it to the last game, you can verify that it was awesome. There were enough members to play full ice. We had some really good players, and some novice ones as well. Although it was tiring, admittedly more for some than with others, all members can say that they had fun! We were also the last ones on the ice for the season, which, unfortunately also means that the season is over. But don’t despair! Hockey club will continue in the fall! We’ll be selling some candy bars to get equipment for the fall so hopefully those who can’t afford gear will still be able to join. So,tell your friends when you notice hockey club fundraising with candy bars!
The Boo U Intramural Hockey Club met for their first time on February 24th. An event no doubt unworthy to be noted in the book of the chronicles of the Kings, or to be remembered for all times, but none-the-less it was truly spectacular!
Mr. Marc Boucher led an awesome first Practice and scrimmage. Students, faculty and community alike enjoyed a wonderful experience as they grew to know each other, on and off the Ice.
As I scuffled across the ice in a disastrous attempt to stay upright like a new born gazelle, several others impressively glided to and fro with flawless talent and poise. Ms. Laura F. most graciously raised the standard on the ice for everyone there as she does in the classroom, not with a stern voice nor reliance on her social status, however, but from an ever diligent and forthright skill that was somehow, until now, shadowed underneath her true feminine charms.
Like gladiators the Boo U students met Professor Fernelius’ challenge, with the appropriate spirit of gallantry. Courageously taking the battle to the field (or rink as it was) with honor. As their blades gashed the ice, throughout this glorious encounter, there arose a sound that formed shrieks of taunts that echoed off the walls and unified our hearts, creating delusions of grandeur, no doubt, but all toward one goal, Boo U Hockey forever a team!
ICE SCREAMS ANYONE?
Join us next week (Friday at 8:30) with your armor on for one heck of a spirited game.
-Brad Close, Club President