Hockey is red hot in these parts, thanks to the Hawks' historic start to the NHL season.
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Watch the Naperville North Huskies take on Hinsdale Central. Puck drops at 8:50 p.m.
Missing the Chicago Blackhawks and need a hockey fix? Watch the live broadcast of Naperville North vs. Hinsdale Central High School hockey game at All Seasons Ice Arena. Puck drops at 8:50 p.m.
Friday, March 11, 2011
The Sabre Girls U12 hockey team will compete Friday night for the state title in the Northern Illinois Hockey League.
Editor's Note: We are refeaturing this story because the girls have taken state and will now go on to national competition. BOLINGBROOK—Walking into the locker room at the Rocket Ice Arena, the atmosphere is raucous and full of energy. The smell is also a little bit … pungent. With pads and skates on, it is go time. Readying for practice, it’s clear the teammates are having fun because there is so much laughter and camaraderie. While they are as tough as any hockey player taking to the ice, the girls on the Sabre Girls U12 hockey team also are like sisters. And, giggling may ensue at any moment. Girls hockey still is not as visible as some other sports, but the Sabre teammates said they would never think of trading their pads to don frilly…
Thursday, February 17, 2011
In our weekly feature we will document what is happening around Naperville.
Every week we will highlight happenings in Naperville, sharing photos of the people and the place. This week we have some great photos from the Shootout for Cancer. If you are hosting an event that you would like to be considered for this column, please contact editors Mary Ann Lopez at email@example.com and Carrie Frillman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, February 11, 2011
He learned to skate in Naperville and found his passion. Now he combines hockey and academics in the Ivy League.
When Matt Arhontas went looking for the right combination of academics and athletics, there was only one place in the country that he believed could offer the prefect fit. Four years later, both Arhontas and the Princeton University campus couldn’t be happier. Arhontas is completing his senior season at the Ivy League school and has emerged as one of the top players for the men’s hockey team. The Naperville native arrived on the New Jersey campus at a time when the hockey program was turning into an NCAA title contender. The ability to play his favorite sport while getting one of the finest educations in the country has turned Arhontas’ time at Princeton into a true success story. “It was perfect,” Arhontas said. “You couldn’t really ask …