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CMO: Uniform Fittings
04/11/2021
Welcome to the 2021-2022 Season!   We will be posting uniform...
CMO: 14U/2007s
04/01/2021
    Attention 14U/2007 Bantam Players   LIMITED Full...
CMO 2021-2022 Teams
04/01/2021
      ** VERY LIMITED SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE ON...
Central Mass Bandits: Full Ice Mites
03/14/2021
Welcome to the Central Mass Bandits         Calling...
CMO: 2021-2022 coaching staff
03/04/2021
CENTRAL MASS OUTLAWS ANNOUNCE HEAD COACHES FOR 2021-22   The...
CMO: Updated NESC protocols & Waiver 12/11/2020
12/11/2020
Please see the attached protocol updates, Check in instructions and...
NESC COVID-19 Positive Protocols - PLEASE READ
10/09/2020
    As a reminder, below are the protocols in place at...

09/04/2018
 
CMO: Uniform Fittings

Welcome to the 2021-2022 Season!

 

We will be posting uniform fitting dates very soon.  Uniforms will need t be ordered before the end of May for them to arrive at the beginning of the season. 

 

We will also have limited cash & carry merchandise available.

 

STAY TUNED!!

 

 

 

 


by posted 04/11/2021
CMO: 14U/2007s

 

 

Attention 14U/2007 Bantam Players

 

  • LIMITED Full and Split Season positions available
  • 2007 birth year players
  • competitive practice & game schedule
  • Premier & Elite Division of The PHL of NE

 

    

14U Premier:

  • Brian begins his first season as an Outlaws Head Coach
  • Prep School hockey at Vermont Academy
  • EHL Junior Hockey
    • Hartford Junior Wolfpack
    • New Jersey Rockets
  • Worcester State University 
    • 3 seasons as player
    • Senior year as both a player and Assistant Coach
  • NA3HL Danbury Colonials & Danbury Jr Hat Tricks
    • Assistant Coach for 2 seasons
  • Assistant Coach for Worcester State University for the upcoming 2021-2022 season

 

14U Elite:

  • 4th year as Head Coach with the Outlaws
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • The former Vice President of Communications for the Washington Capitals is currently the Deputy Executive Director of College Hockey, Inc.

 

 


by posted 04/01/2021
CMO 2021-2022 Teams
 
 
 

** VERY LIMITED SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE ON SOME TEAMS **

 
 
- 2021-2022 Central Mass Outlaws Teams -
 
FULL ICE Mite (2013 & 2014)
 
Squirt Minor (2012)
 
Squirt Major (2011)
 
PeeWee Minor (2010)
 
PeeWee Major (2009)

Bantam Minor (2008) FULL

 
Bantam Major (2007 full and split season)
PHL Premier & Elite
 
Midget 15U (2006 split season) FULL
PHL Premier
 
Midget 16U (2005/2006 split season)
 PHL Premier National, Premier American & Elite
 
Midget 18U (2003/2004 split season)
Premier & Elite

 


competitive skills, practice & game schedule

multiple teams offered at Bantam and Midget age groups

full coaching staff bio located on home page

 
 
 

by posted 04/01/2021
Central Mass Bandits: Full Ice Mites

Welcome to the Central Mass Bandits

 

 

 

 

Calling All Mites
 

 The Central Mass Bandits are offering a great opportunity for players at the Under 8 age group to join their organization 


 

Program Details
 

  • FULL ICE MITES
    • your mite will know an offside call prior to becoming a squirt!
  • 30 game schedule
  • 2 weekly practices with top-notch coaching staff
  • All practiced held at New England sports Center in Marlboro
  • Join the Bandits Organization at the ground level!

 

 

 


by posted 03/14/2021
CMO: 2021-2022 coaching staff

CENTRAL MASS OUTLAWS ANNOUNCE HEAD COACHES FOR 2021-22

 

The Central Mass Outlaws are preparing for another great season.  With tryouts around the corner, the program is announcing its Head Coaches for the 2021-22 season:

 

Tryouts begin on Monday, March 15th

Register here

 

 

  

18U Premier: 
and

  • Outlaws Director of Player Development
  • Outlaws skills coach
  • 8th season as Outlaws Head Coach
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • lead 3 Framingham Youth Hockey teams to state titles
  • Framingham High School Alumni
    • named MVP all 4 years
    • still holds the MA D1 all-time top scorer with 302 points
  • Boston College Alumni
    • Hockey East rookie of the Week 4 times as a Freshmen
    • Hockey East tournament MVP as a Junior scoring the OT goal in the title game
    • Captain Senior year
    • Team MVP Senior year
    • won 2 Hockey East tournaments, played in 3 Final Four tournaments
    • tallied 174 points making him the 10th on the all time BC career scoring list
  • Played for United States in the World Junior Hockey Tournament
    • Silver medal in Geneva, Switzerland
  • NHL Columbus Blue Jackets
  • AHL Charlotte Checkers team Captain
  • played in 400+ professional games in the NHL, AHL and ECHL combined

 

 

18U Elite: 

  • 1st season as Outlaws Head Coach
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • 7 seasons coaching youth hockey (Junir Sharks, Worcester Jr Railers, Minuteman Flames)
    • ​several youth league and tournament championships
  • ​​​played on the US Armed Forces Team in Netherlands and Germany

 

16U Premier National: 

  • 7th season as Outlaws Head Coach
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • Framingham High School Alumni
  • played 4 seasons at RPI
    • ECAC leading scorer Senior year
    • 1st Team ECAC All-Star Senior year
    • team MVP Senior year
  • played 300+ games in the IHL, ECHL and AHL combined

 

 

16U Premier: 
 and

  • 3rd season as Outlaws Head Coach
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • MA Hockey 2015 Coach of the Year
  • MA High School Hockey Coaches Association Hall of Fame Inductee
  • 17 years Varsity Assistant Framingham High School
  • 3 year Holliston High Varsity Coach
  • 4 State Championships with Framingham Youth Hockey Program

 

 

16U Premier: 

  • second year with the Outlaws
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • Played at Tabor Academy
    • won NEPSCL Championship
  • Played 4 season at Union College
    • 2017 inducted to the Union College Sports Hall of Fame 

 

 

16U Elite:

  • 2nd season coaching the Outlaws program
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • 8 years coaching with the Jr Crusaders Hockey organization

 

16U Elite:
  and

  • 4th year as Head Coach with the Outlaws
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • Walpole HS all-time leading scorer
  • drafted to the USHL in 1997 by the Lincoln Stars
  • played for the Walpole Stars in the EJHL
    • selected to the all-star team playing in Dubuque IA
  •  2002 graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology
    • listed int he NCAA record books for "fastest hat trick in a game" scoring 7 goals in that game
    • lead the team to 2 NCAA tournaments
    • team Captain his senior year
    • elected to the Hall of Fame in 2007

 

 

15U Pure:

  • Outlaws skills coach
  • 8th season coaching with the Outlaws
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • Played youth hockey at Framingham youth hockey and Boston Jr Eagles
  • Framingham High School alumni
    • 1st team all-star sophomore, junior and senior years
  • played 2 seasons at Salisbury School
    • captured the New England Prep title 2nd year
    • played 55 games, scored 38 goals, 42 assists totalling 80 points
  • played 4 seasons NCAA hockey with UMass Amherst
    • played in 131 games, scored 33 goals, 39 assists totalling 72 points
  • Played for the Cincinnati Cyclones in the ECHL
    • won Kelly Cup Championship in 2010
  • Current Framingham High School Head coach
    • 2017 MIAA Division finalist
    • 2017 FHS coaching staff of the year
    • back to back MIAA Division 1A tournament qualified (2019 & 2020)
    • 2020 New England Hockey Journal MIAA Coach of the Year

 

 

    

14U Premier:

  • Brian begins his first season as an Outlaws Head Coach
  • Prep School hockey at Vermont Academy
  • EHL Junior Hockey
    • Hartford Junior Wolfpack
    • New Jersey Rockets
  • Worcester State University 
    • 3 seasons as player
    • Senior year as both a player and Assistant Coach
  • NA3HL Danbury Colonials & Danbury Jr Hat Tricks
    • Assistant Coach for 2 seasons
  • Assistant Coach for Worcester State University for the upcoming 2021-2022 season

 

14U Elite:

  • 4th year as Head Coach with the Outlaws
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • The former Vice President of Communications for the Washington Capitals is currently the Deputy Executive Director of College Hockey, Inc.

 

 

13U Premier:
  

  • 4th year as Head Coach with the Outlaws
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • Walpole HS all-time leading scorer
  • drafted to the USHL in 1997 by the Lincoln Stars
  • played for the Walpole Stars in the EJHL
    • selected to the all-star team playing in Dubuque IA
  •  2002 graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology
    • listed int he NCAA record books for "fastest hat trick in a game" scoring 7 goals in that game
    • lead the team to 2 NCAA tournaments
    • team Captain his senior year
    • elected to the Hall of Fame in 2007

 

12U Premier: 

  • 2nd year as an Outlaws Head Coach
  • current AD at Acton Boxborough Regional High School
  • Former Holliston High School Boys Hockey Head Coach

 

 

11U Premier:
  

  • 3rd year as Head Coach with the Outlaws
  • USAH level 4 certified coach

 

10U Premier: 

  • 2nd year coaching with the Outlaws
  • St John's High School and Shrewsbury High School Alumni

 

 

9U Premier: 

  • Outlaws skills coach
  • 10th year as Head Coach with the Outlaws
  • USAH level 4 certified coach
  • Cushing Academy
    • Multi-sport athlete paying 4 years of varsity hockey as well as Football and track
    • Team Captain Junior and Senior years
    • socored 80 points combined during Junior and Senior year
    • selected Cushing's best defensive player 1997-1998
    • 2 New England Prep School titles in 1995-1996 and 1997-1998
    • won New England title last 3 football seasons
  • Hockey Night in Boston Mr. Hustle award
  • Boston College 1990-2000
    • committed as a HS Junior
    • attended on a full scholarship
    • 36 games played
  • USHL 2000-2001
    • Cedar Rapids Roughriders
  • Merrimack College 2003-2004, 2004-2005

 

8U Mites

  • 2nd year coaching with the Outlaws
  • St John's High School and Shrewsbury High School Alumni

 

 

 

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by posted 03/04/2021
CMO: Updated NESC protocols & Waiver 12/11/2020

Please see the attached protocol updates, Check in instructions and Icovid visitor notices.

 

Please note The two most important things are the new NO BAG POLICY and the Icovid screen in process

 

 

NESC electronic waiver

 

 

  1. PROTOCOL UPDATE 12/11/2020

  2. CHECK IN INSTRUCTIONS

  3. ICOVID VISITOR NOTICE

  4. ICOVID SCREEN MESSAGING

 

Image may contain: text that says 'NO HOCKEY BAGS. -Skaters are permitted a small duffle bag or backpack to carry in their skates, helmets and gloves. -Goalies, and ONLY goalies, are allowed to bring full bags.'Image may contain: text that says 'CHECK IN USING THE QR CODE SCANNERS. Visit nes.icovidscreen.com/visitor to fill out the daily questionnaire. -Once completed, you will receive a QR code to scan upon entry into the building. -This form needs to be filled out EVERY DAY you will be at NESC.'Image may contain: text that says 'QR CODE SCANNERS, CONTINUED... -If you are attending two sessions in one day, you only need to fill out one questionnaire for that 24 hour period. you do not receive a code, your answers to one or more questions mean you should NOT be in the facility.'Image may contain: text that says 'SPECTATORS -NESC allows two (2) adult spectators per skater, plus siblings. -Families can register up to 5 people per questionnaire If you have more than 5 people in your party, you will need to fill out a second form. **PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL MEMBERS OF YOUR PARTY ARE ACCOUNTED FOR IN THE CHECK-IN PROCESS.** -High school teams playing at NESC should check with their school's administration regarding a spectator policy for those games.'

 

 

Image may contain: text that says 'ARRIVE. PLAY. LEAVE Please exit the facility immediately after your scheduled ice session has ended. Do NOT gather in the hallways or in the lobby.'

 

 

Thank you!

 

 

 


by posted 12/11/2020
NESC COVID-19 Positive Protocols - PLEASE READ

 

 

As a reminder, below are the protocols in place at New England Sports Center per the CDC and Board of Health recommendations for the necessary steps after you learn of a COVID-19 positive individual on your team, or on a team you have recently played against.

 

Protocols for COVID-19 positive individuals on your team:

 

In the event that an individual from a team that has played, practiced or is scheduled to compete at New England Sports Center tests positive for COVID-19, all players and team personnel who may have been exposed to that individual in the 48 hours prior to either the onset of symptoms or the positive test result, will be expected to adhere to the following guidelines, per the CDC and Board of Health:

 

  • All individuals (including the player that was positive) should self-isolate for 14 days from the time of last exposure and maintain social distance (at least 6 feet) from others at all times during that period.
  • They should also self-monitor for symptoms by checking their temperature twice a day, and watching for fever, cough, shortness of breath or other symptoms of COVID-19. You can view a full list of symptoms here.
  • If an individual tests positive at any point during that 14-day period, they would restart the 14-day self-isolation timeline from the date of the positive test.

 

Potential exposure is defined by the CDC as having close contact within 6 feet of an individual for more than 15 minutes. Brief interactions (less than 15 minutes) are less likely to result in transmission; however, symptoms and the type of interaction (e.g., did the infected person cough directly into the face of the exposed individual) remain important. Exposure risks apply to the 48 hours prior to the onset of symptoms or positive test until the infected individual meets the criteria for discontinuing home isolation.

 

Please see the CDC website for information on the discontinuation of isolation.

 

Protocols for COVID-19 positive individuals you have played against:

 

In the event that it is brought to your attention that your team has recently competed against an individual who has tested positive, it is recommended that you test all members of your team before returning to practice or competitions. Players must supply a negative result to their team’s organization.

 

**If a player tests positive as a result of that exposure, then the above protocols for COVID-19 positive individuals on your team apply.

 

Testing at NESC

 

If you or members of your team need to be tested, UMass Memorial Marlborough Hospital is still offering free testing in the New England Sports Center parking lot Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. through January.

 

For more information, visit: https://www.umassmemorialhealthcare.org/marlborough-hospital/patients-visitors/patient-resources/covid-19-dph-testing-site-marlborough-hospital

 

 

Thank you & Stay Safe!

 

 

 


by posted 10/09/2020


by posted 09/04/2018