The LI Monarchs are a Full Ice Mite AAA program that skates out of Superior Ice Rink and are affiliates of the LI Royals. The goal is to use hockey as a vehicle to teach each athlete the value of sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, self-esteem, commitment, discipline, and responsibility. All games and practices will focus on encouraging players to realize their full potential in a fun, engaging environment.
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The LI Monarchs play at the Superior Ice Rink located at 270 Indian Head Rd, Kings Park, NY 1176
The Atlantic Hockey Federation is pleased to announce locations for the 2023-24 showcases. The showcases will take place in various cities across New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland, offering a diverse range of venues for teams to compete in. These showcases are not only an excellent opportunity for teams to showcase their talent and skills, […]Read More
AJ Moleski of the Atlantic Hockey Federation committed to Penn State Harrisburg for the 2023-2024 season. The D2 Nittany Lions are a member of the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference and are located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. AJ will join his fellow AHF players Nemec and Ellmore on the Harrisburg team. This defenseman from Havertown, PA began his hockey journey with […]Read More
Zachary Taylor of the Atlantic Hockey Federation committed to Marist College for the 2023-2024 season. Located in Poughkeepsie, NY, the D2 Red Foxes are a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association and Super East Collegiate Hockey League . This forward from Wayne, NJ honed his skills over seven years with the New Jersey Bandits, leaving a lasting […]Read More
Brady Baehser, a highly skilled forward hailing from Langhorne, PA, has been tendered by the NCDC WBS Knights junior hockey team for the upcoming 2023-2024 season. Baehser’s impressive record includes a five-year stint with the Philadelphia Blazers from 2018-2023, during which he served as Varsity Captain at Holy Ghost Prep High School. During his time […]Read More