MIAA SOUTH TOURNEY
#10 seed Franklin will take on Hockomock rival #7 King Philip on Thursday, February 27 at 5:20pm at the Canton Ice House in the first round of the MIAA Division 1 South tournament. Franklin won the first match up vs. KP 4-2 on January 29. But, the game was much closer than the score indicated. KP is a formidable opponent at 10-5-5 record and will be ready to play on Thursday.
For more information about our schedule, click on the link below.
Dear FHS Hockey Supporter:
The Franklin High School Boys Hockey team are grateful for the incredible support that comes our way each and every season. Thank you to our generous sponsors, the faculty and staff at Franklin High School, our families and friends and of course to Rattle City. This season will mark the 49th season for Franklin High School Hockey and our 7th season competing at the Division 1 level. These are exciting times and the energy continues to be infectious at our home rink, the Pirelli Veteran’s Arena, located on the outskirts of Franklin High School. The generous contributions of our sponsors allow the Boys Hockey Booster Club to provide important financial assistance for our hockey teams.
On behalf of the players, coaches, and members of the FHS Boys Hockey Booster Club, thank you for your commitment to the program. We appreciate your continued support.
~The Franklin High School Boys Ice Hockey Booster Club
The FHS Boys Hockey team plays all of their home games at the Pirelli Veteran's Skating Arena. The Pirelli Veteran's Skating Arena located at 910 Panther Way in Franklin, MA is owned by the Department of Conservation and Recreation and is proudly operated and managed by FMC Ice Sports. Bruce Bertoni and his staff do an outstanding job keeping the facility looking clean and neat. Please do your part to make the Franklin location one of the best rinks in the state.
The FHS Boys Hockey team is very involved in community service. Giving back to the community and those in need is at the core of our mission. Whether it is helping the Downtown Partnership beautify the downtown bridge with flowers and mulch or helping the Christmas on the Common volunteers decorate the Town Common with wreaths and holiday decorations; we are always there to help. This season, the team will volunteer on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the Elisha Project. Players will take a bus from the Pirelli Rink on that morning and spend the day in Providence. The Elisha Project is a movement that is focused on bringing diverse communities together through service, sharing, teaching and learning. The Elisha Project is a program designed to effectively and efficiently engage, galvanize, and inspire people to help each other via the simplest methods of love and service.
The FHS Boys Hockey booster club is a club run and organized by the parents of the student athletes. School administration are not involved except for approving activities. The boosters main function is to develop support for the program and players by a) raising funds to supplement school budget b) organizing activities to give back to the community. The booster club has nothing to do with hockey decisions. All hockey communication comes from the coaches, captains and players. The 2019-20 Booster Club will use facebook and twitter to communicate events and team news. Follow us at:
President: John MacKinnon
Vice President: Sheila LeBlanc
Vice President: Ryan Jette
Secretary: Matt Linehan
Treasurer: PJ Hunt
We are always looking for parents to help get involved in the booster club. We are actively looking for a booster club treasurer to replace Jim McCaffrey. Please contact John MacKinnon firstname.lastname@example.org for how to get involved.
Gina Vendetti-Varsity Team Dinners
Kerry McCaffrey-Team Photographer
Beth O'Rielly, Judy Norton, Kristen Oakes-Memory Book & Sponsor Book
Yvonne Rogers-Rock n' Coal Cards
Julie Dolan and Tina Connelly-Harvest Festival
Ryan & Sheri Jette- Bottle & Can Drive
Beth O'Rielly-Senior Night
Heather Sicchio- FYHA Night
PK MacKinnon-Captains Breakfast
Chris Dwyer/Terri Gates-Golf Tournament
Maureen Hedvig-End of year banquet
Sheila LeBlanc-Sports Apparel Store
Mike Wheeler-Social Media
Alison Ciccone-Elisha Project
Kerry McCaffrey-Team Photographer
Brady Rourke-Team Videographer
Steve Dunbar-Town Common Decoration
Terri Gates & Heidi Winiker-JV Pasta Dinners
Dan Iannuzzi-Pre Season Breakfast
Parents Meet & Greet (TBD)
Tagging (Stop & Shop, Dunkin' and King St. Cafe)
JV & Varsity Pasta Parties
Thank you to our generous sponsors for supporting the Franklin High School Hockey team. Please download the Sponsor book by clicking below. Our 2019-2020 Sponsor book was completed by the hard work of Beth O'Rielly, Judy Norton and Kristin Oakes.
A recipient must have completed two seasons in ithe Franklin High School Hockey program, including their senior year, and must be continuing their education or enlistment in the armed services. The award will be paid directly to the recipient at the beginning of the 2ndsemester of academic year following their graduation. Distribution of the scholarship will be made after the student submits either their first semester grades or second semester bill. All grades and costs can be blocked out. This documentation can be mailed to FHS Boys Hockey Booster Club P.O. Box 155, Franklin MA 02038.
Our fans are a real part of our team. Send us a message to cheer us on, or ask us a question about our training. We look forward to hearing from you, and we will get back to you soon.
FHS PANTHERS HOCKEY
910 Panther Way, Franklin, Massachusetts 02038, United States
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