All Game Results
Author: Lisa Wild/Thursday, December 13, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, Peewee
On Monday, December 10th, 2018 the Dix Hills Hawks Peewee team played an exhibition game against team Drakkar from Montreal, Canada at the Nassau Coliseum on the NY Islanders ice. Fun was had by all how played and it was a very memorable exciting experience.
Author: Lisa Wild/Wednesday, May 9, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, Peewee, Bantam, Midget 16, News, Community, Midget 18
We learned that a former Dix Hills Hawks player, Kevin Guichard, was in a serious accident while away at college on May 2nd. Please consider helping him and his family. Link is provided below.
Author: Lisa Wild/Tuesday, March 13, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, Peewee
Fresh from winning the LIAHL Championship on March 3rd, 2018, the Dix Hills Hawks Pee Wee team participated in the Shamrock Showdown Tournament this past March 10th and 11th hosted by Protec Ponds located in Somerset, New Jersey.
Over the course of the weekend, the Hawks won all 4 of their games. These victories were difficult as the Hawks always battled back from behind. In the semi finals, after being tied 3 goals a piece at the end of regulation play, the Hawks fought the Protec Ducks White team to a draw during the 5 minute, 3 on 3 overtime period sending them to a sudden death shootout. The Hawks scored the 1st goal and the Ducks missed their opportunity, resulting in a Hawks win and securing their advancement to the finals.
The finals were no less thrilling, as the Hawks faced the Union Thunder. Again, down 1-0 in the first period, the Hawks battled back in the second period scoring a goal to tie the game. Late in the third period, the Hawks scored an additional goal giving them the lead 2-1. With less than 2 minutes to go, Union Thunder pulled their goalie but the Hawks defensive play was strong and they were able to clear the puck to the neutral zone, which ensured the Hawks victory.
With this tournament victory, the Dix Hills Hawks Pee Wee team closed the books on their very successful 2017-2018 season. The Hawks organization wishes the best of luck to all these Hawks as they continue to move forward with their hockey aspirations.
Author: John Zerillo/Saturday, March 3, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, Peewee, Community
The Peewee Hawks team came from behind twice to finally win the LIAHL 12U Tier III Championship.
After scoring two goals to tie the game and take it into overtime the Hawks scored the winner in overtime.
Congratulations to Head Coach Peter Dykeman and the team with finishing a great year with a Championship overtime win.
Author: John Zerillo/Tuesday, January 31, 2017/Categories: Peewee
This past weekend the PW Hawks played a game on Saturday up in Newburgh and then on Sunday in the Division 1 arena on the campus of West Point. Besides taking in the sites of West Point, with a tour by retired Col. John James from the West Point Academy the team took part in the “First Annual PW Hawks Bowling Challenge” on the campus. After a fierce battle of knocking down pins, Team Ziccardi came out victorious and now enjoy equal rights to the Hawks Bowling trophy. Members of the winning team are Captain Vincent Ziccardi, Michael Young, Alessandro Giulietti, and Jaden Pariti. All players battled and showed their competitive juices while watching the pins get knocked down. Overall It was a fun night and weekend for the PW Hawks.
Author: John Zerillo/Tuesday, October 11, 2016/Categories: Uncategorized, Peewee, Bantam, Midget 16
The Dix Hills Hawks just completed a very successful weekend at the Columbus Day weekend at the Wallingford tournament. The Pee Wee and Bantam teams both won their div
isional championship and the M16 team lost in the finals. All teams represented the ice rink and organization with nothing but class.
The Pee Wee team completed the weekend with a perfect 5-0 record. Team was sufficient in theoffensive zone but more impressively was the tenacious defense and positional
hockey it played allweekend long. In the preliminary round team outscored its opponents 23 – 1, but the playoff round got a lot tougher. Team won its semi-final game vs Yale 5-2 and completed its perfect weekend with a 3-2 victory over the host Wallingford Hawks in the finals .
The squad successfully defended their championship from last year with a thrilling 4-0
run through the tournament. With only a few practices and gam es under their belts, the bantams came together
like a well-oiled machine, culminating in a decisive victory in the Championship game on Monday, defeating the Southern Stars 6-1. The coaches were so proud of the boys, as this achievement was a full-team effort, with every member of the team contributing to the victories in some way.
Team finished the annual Wallingford Columbus Weekend tournament with a 4-1 record, scoring 17 goals and only allowing 5 in the entire tournament. In the Midget 16 final, the Hawks went down 3 to 0 in midway through the game but
refused to quit and took back control of the game by scoring 2 goals with 10 minutes left. In the last 5 minutes of the game the Hawks hit the post 2 times but fell just short of tying the game and lost 3 to 2 in the finals