Rice Prep Hockey Boys News

  • Sep
    20

    Team Building Day at Mt. Philo A Success

    Last weekend the boys pushed the limits physically and mentally with their Team Building Day at Mt. Philo.  This year’s group was split into 4 groups of 5 players, chosen completely at random, with Captains of each team chosen at random.  Each team of 5 trying to transport a 5 gallon bucket of water to … Read More

  • Aug
    10

    Rice Prep Adds – Former UNE Captain to Staff

    August 10, 2016
    Rice Memorial Prep and Head Coach, Dennis Vickers are adding a familiar name to the coaching staff for the 2016-2017 season.  Coach Vickers and the Rice Memorial Prep hockey team is excited to announce that, Ben Pearl (Essex, VT) will be stepping in as the new assistant coach for the 2016-2017 season.  
    “You don’t have … Read More

  • Jun
    8

    End of the Year Awards – Stanislas and Mueller Named Captains

    The 7th season of Rice Prep Hockey came to an official end on Saturday, as the team celebrated it’s graduating Seniors as well as a few individuals at the End of the Year Awards Luncheon.  “This is definitely going down as one of my favorite groups in my last 4 years,” stated Coach Dennis Vickers. … Read More

  • Feb
    19

    Knights Ride 3 Game Win Streak into MPHL Playoffs

    Knights finished off their stretch of 4 straight home games with a 3-1 record, winning the last 3 games in a row.
    Starting off the home stretch was PG program, Middlesex Bears, from Byfield, MA. The Bears showed up game 1 firing on all cylinders, as they jumped out to an early 2-1 lead, before finally … Read More

  • Dec
    15

    Knights go 2-1 at Albany Academy Rider Cup

    For the 5th year in a row the Knights traveled to Albany Academy for the Rider Cup tournament.  The Rider Cup is always a quality tournament with quality teams and this year was no exception.  The Knights started off with host (and eventual Champ) Albany Academy.  The Cadets were loaded up front with some talent.  Give … Read More

  • Nov
    18

    MPHL Kick-Off Recap

    Rice Memorial Prep was excited to host the 5th Annual MPHL Kick-Off Classic in South Burlington, VT. Similar to past events, this year’s Kick Off was fast paced, competitive hockey! Fifteen of the twenty-five games played were decided by 2 goals or less. Over 200 patrons came through the doors of the Cairns Ice Arena, … Read More

  • Nov
    18

    Marotte ’13 Commits to Robert Morris

    Official Press Release from Robert Morris University Men’s Ice Hockey | 11/18/2015 5:54:00 PM |
    Quebec Goaltender Marotte Signs with RMU

    Pittsburgh, Pa. – Robert Morris University men’s hockey Head Coach Derek Schooley is pleased to announce the signing of goaltender Francis Marotte for coming season. Marotte signed his national letter of intent this week and will … Read More

  • Oct
    29

    2015-2016 Rice Memorial Prep Season Preview

    Oct. 29, 2015
    South Burlington, VT
    The 2014-15 season was one of the most successful for the Rice Memorial Prep Hockey team in several years. Overall, the Knights posted about a .500 record, but made tremendous strides as a Semifinalist in the Albany Academy Rider Cup, and Stanstead Invitational. The Knights also had a historic run in … Read More

  • Jun
    30

    Norton and Smith Named 2015-2016 Captains – Awards Recap

    Norton and Smith Named 2015-2016 Captains – End of the Year Awards Recap
    The Rice Prep Knights 2014-2015 season officially came to a close on Saturday as the Knights recognized a few individuals and named the captains for the 2015-2016 campaign. Cooper Norton (’98 Sr. Williston, VT) and Riley Smith (’98 Sr. Charlottetown, PEI) have … Read More

  • May
    28

    Shea Chooses Wentworth

    Q – Why did you choose Wentworth?
    I chose Wentworth because it was the best fit for me athletically and academically. It’s a school that focuses on majors in engineering, and I’m interested in pursuing a career in engineering. In terms of hockey, the coach had a high interest in me, and Wentworth competes at the … Read More