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P R E S S   R E L E A S E                               From:  New Hampshire Avalanche LLC

                                                                    Date:   February 17, 2017

 

 

NH AVALANCHE ANNOUNCES NEW JUNIOR TIER III HOCKEY TEAM

 

 

Hooksett, NH , February 17, — The NH Avalanche Hockey Program is proud to announce that they have been officially granted a Junior Tier III hockey team in the top division of the Eastern Hockey League for the 2017-18 season.  The Eastern Hockey League hosts teams from Burlington, VT  to Philadelphia, PA and has been recognized as the best path to college hockey and beyond on the East Coast.  The Avalanche, who already have the top Tier 1 youth hockey program in the State of New Hampshire —  including 16U and 18U full-season and split-season teams, will now have a direct path to NCAA college hockey with the addition of their 2017-18 EHL Junior hockey team.  Already on staff is President Mario Martiniello who has previous coaching and ownership experience within the EHL and has a tradition of college hockey placement.  “We are very excited to partner up with USA Hockey and the Eastern Hockey League.  We all share the same vision of developing and placing aspiring student athletes in the NCAA.” said Martiniello.  He also owns the Avalanche’s home — the Ice Den Arena — located in Hooksett, NH.  The Ice Den is a beautiful, clean one-sheet facility with custom locker rooms and a synthetic sheet used for goaltending training.  It is also the home of the University of Southern New Hampshire’s Division 2, Northeast-10 college hockey team. 

 

Also on staff for the Avalanche are Casey Kesselring and Justin Soryal — both of whom have done a tremendous job building the Avalanche Youth and Midget programs.  Kesselring, a former Division 1 Merrimack College hockey standout, 5-year minor pro player and current Head Coach at New Hampton Prep School, will also be a part of the recruiting and skills development for the Junior Avalanche.  Kesselring will give the Junior Avalanche a great development path as they begin their road to NCAA college hockey.  Soryal, a former OHL (Peterborough Petes) and AHL (Hartford Wolfpack & Charlotte Checkers) player, will continue his role with the Midget program and also be involved with the Avalanche’s Junior Hockey program.  Justin will bring a wealth of recruiting, coaching and playing experience to the Junior Avalanche locker room.

 

President Mario Martiniello is also excited as their will be an announcement coming soon of a Head Coach  with college and pro playing experience as well as a tremendous record of placing players in the college hockey ranks.  “We feel we have a great staff lined up to give our players at the Junior level the resources needed to achieve their goal of playing college hockey.  With a great facility and coaching staff, we are very excited to start the NH Avalanche’s road to College Hockey.” said President Mario Martiniello.

 

 

For more information contact:        Mario Martiniello

                                                   President – NH Avalanche LLC

                                                   603-668-0795 x1

                                                   mario@superskillshockey.com                                                         


by Mario Martiniello posted 02/17/2017
Camps added in Hooksett, NH

Superskills Hockey director Mario Martiniello, is excited to announce camps coming to The Ice Den in Hooksett, NH.  Superskills will be running its most popular week long camps just in time for the start of the season.  Both camps will be run out of the Ice Den Arena.

" I am really excited to bring these to camps to the Ice Den.   They are two of my favorite camps to run", said coach Martiniello.  Join Mario and his staff for The goal scoring & stickhandling camp or the defense camp.  "We will be running both camps simultaneously.  When the goal scoring & stickhandling campers are on the ice the defense campers will be off ice.  After two hours they will alternate." added Martiniello


by posted 05/19/2016
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Former UNH star Josh Prudden https://mlsvc01-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/53af0757001/0b21e409-552a-40a2-b37a-366a308c2117.jpg

 gets a workout in with Superskills Director Mario Martiniello

https://mlsvc01-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/53af0757001/c6a79b13-4b0c-4536-9629-caa73f64b11c.jpgSuperskills Summer training program!

"Goal scoring is an Art", say's Superskills Hockey Director Mario Martiniello. Only a few players will develop this skill over time, the vast majority of players will need to be taught how to score.  Players of all ages return year after year to learn puck possession, vision with the puck, explosiveness and putting the puck in the back of net.  

Training with Superskills Hockey will help players of various skill levels to maximize their potential of getting to the next level!

 


by posted 03/20/2016
Winter clinics at the Ice Den Arena

Press release:

 

Superskills Hockey founder and director Mario Martiniello is excited to announce clinics coming to the Ice Den in Hooksett, NH.  Mario will kick off his first program at the Ice Den with a February Vacation Clinic.  Beginning February 23rd Mario and his staff will run a clinic for three consecutive days from 10:00 am - 11:20 am.  Join Mario in his first ever clinic at the Ice Den!


by Master Admin posted 02/05/2016
Superskills Hockey at Ristuccia Arena

Press release:

Superskills Hockey is proud to announce it will be running spring and summer programs out of Ristuccia Memorial Arena in Wilmington, MA. 

Superskills founder and director, Mario Martiniello, will return to his home town where he started for the "Wildcats" of Wilmington H.S.  "It is nice to go back to a place where I have so many great memories", said Martiniello.    


by Staff posted 04/21/2015
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