CPH: 2009 team brings home a banner from Nashville

Photo Credit: Carolina Premier Hockey

For Carolina Premier Hockey, they have had a good start to their season. The 2009 born team won a banner at a tournament in Nashville this past weekend. Hear from Troy Schwab a bit on where the program is this season.

“ In regards to CPH. Ryan and I have only been running the program for 2 and a bit years. The first year we took it over during covid and operated with 2 teams. Last year we went to 4 teams, and this year we have added Tier 2 teams and are at 9 teams now. The kids who started with our program are only 14 years old now and still with our program.

From the 2009 team this past weekend. These are the comments from Head Coach Mark Losier.”

“Winning five straight games in a weekend is no easy task for any team. The CPH 13U’s did just that this past weekend in Nashville to bring home their first Banner of the season.
It was a true team effort for the weekend, 13 of 15 players registered a point. The team battled with a short bench due to injury, penalties, and illness. TJ Olsen made the trip from Florida and unfortunately never stepped on the ice, he was so ill. The 09’s registered 9 PP goals and their PK was 16 of 18. Capt. John Sisti lead the team with 5 goals and 8 assists. Braden Ayers displayed his 2- way skills playing solid “D” and registering 4 goals and 5 assists. Emerson Bosak helped on the back end with an outstanding weekend of “heads up hockey.” The goalies continued to be strong in net, Ella Wojtowicz recorded a shutout and Vaugh Lawson sealed the deal in the Final to win. I am extremely Proud of this team for their tremendous no quit effort and hard work.”

“The 2009 tier 1 team went to Nashville and played in a Tier 2 tournament hosted by the Nashville Jr. Predators and World Hockey Events. The team played 5 games and went 5 – 0.

Game 1: Nashville Jr. Preds 4 – 2 Win

Game 2: Nashville Flyers 2-0 Win

Game 3: Big Boy Hockey Club 6-3 Win

Game 4: Nashville Jr. Preds 6 – 2 Win

Game 5: Big Boy Hockey Club 3 – 1 Win”

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