The Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association Ice Hawks Tier II Girls 14U team advanced to the next round of the USA Hockey National Championships in Lansing, Michigan, with a win Saturday. KPHA topped the New Jersey Colonials 2-0.
The Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association Ice Hawks Tier II Girls 14U team dropped a 3-2 overtime decision to the Illinois Nationals on Friday at the USA Hockey National Championships in Lansing, Michigan.With a Saturday game against the New Jersey Colonials remaining in pool play, KPHA is in third in its pool. The Florida Lady Vipers are on top at 2-0-0, while the Cape Cod Storm of Massachusetts is 1-0-1, good for four points.
The Kenai River Brown Bears defeated the Fairbanks Ice Dogs 3-2 on Saturday at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex to earn a split in the weekend series. The Ice Dogs had taken the Friday opener 4-2.
It took three overtimes and 40 years, but the Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association has finally won a Pacific District Tournament. The breakthrough was provided by KPHA's Under-14 Tier II girls comp team March 8 in San Jose, California.
The players, coaches and parents of the Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association U14 girl's team would like to thank the entire community for their generous support by providing cash and in-kind donations to assist us with our recent trip to the USA Hockey Nationals Tournament in Lansing, Michigan. There were so many contributors that it would be difficult to name them all, but please know that we appreciate each and every donation.
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The Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association Ice Hawks Tier II Girls 14U team advanced to the semifinals of the USA Hockey National Championships in Lansing, Michigan, before losing Sunday.
The Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association Tier II Girls 14U team lost its opening game Thursday at the USA Hockey National Championships in Lansing, Michigan. The Ice Hawks fell to the Gilmour Sabres of Ohio 4-3.
The Fairbanks Ice Dogs kept pace in the race for home-ice advantage throughout the divisional playoffs with a 4-2 victory over the Kenai River Brown Bears on Friday at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex.Fairbanks improved to 38-15-4, plus 12-1 against Kenai River, and is tied with the Minnesota Wilderness atop the North American Hockey League Midwest Division with 80 points. The Ice Dogs have three games left, while the Wilderness have four.The Brown Bears dropped to 15-40-2 and into the bottom of the league standings.
In the six-team North Star Conference of high school hockey, there has been a clear divide. The three northern teams - Wasilla, Palmer and Colony - all finished at the top of the NSC standings in 2014-15.
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