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3rd Annual Battle on the Beach

AAA Elite Teams

4v4 Cross Ice Challenge

Owen Just slips the puck in for a goal against South Shore on Saturday.


Gavin Brindley scores a beauty in Florida's win over the Don Mills Flyers on Saturday.

Only Two Unbeatens Remain

Just two of the 15 teams will enter the final day of competition without a loss, as the Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers cruised past Florida Alliance 5-2 and thumped the Chicago Young Americans 6-0. 

Honeybaked is also undefeated after Saturday, shutting out the Colorado Thunderbirds 7-0 and beating Ottawa Valley 8-1 in the nightcap. 

Max Namestnikov was the highlight of the day for Honeybaked, posting five points in the first win and two in the second. Namestnikov trails only Rutger McGroarty in total points for Honeybaked. Nick Pierre of the MN Fire is still the showcase leader in goals with 12 in four games. 

Another highlight of the day has been the Mississauga Rebels, who won both of their games today 3-0 over the LA Jr. Kings and 5-3 over MN Fire. The Rebels went 0-2 on the first day of competition. 


Cutter Gauthier's big game against Ottawa Valley propels him into the top four scorers.

Players to Watch

Max Namestnikov, Honeybaked

A slippery forward who plays far bigger than his stature. 

Owen Just, Chicago Young Americans

Relentless on the penalty kill, Just showcased his smooth hands on Saturday. 

Isaac Howard, MN Fire

Speed is the hallmark of Howard's game, creating breakaways off simple rushes several times in both Saturday games.

Jeremiah Slavin, Colorado Thunderbirds

Smart defender who runs a clean breakout and can play physical. 

Andy Hassey, South Shore Kings

His numbers in goal may be modest, but Hassey plays with a certain kind of grit and determination that proves instrumental for the Kings.

Aidan Puley, Mississauga Rebels

Recorded a Hatty in game one as the Rebels earned their first wins of the showcase on Saturday.

Gus Hinckley, Pittsburgh Penguins Elite

Long reach couples nicely with Hinckley's ability to corral the puck in the offensive zone.   

Aaron Schwartz, Florida Alliance

Smooth skater relies on his spacing acumen on the ice and never stops moving without the puck. 

Brody Crane, Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

Puckhandling master also has great speed and good shot.

Aiden Castle, Don Mills Flyers

Twice in a game Castle orbited the offensive zone with the puck, avoiding contact with opposing players. Speed and skill in an explosive package.  

Jacob Fowler, Florida Alliance

Fowler was the difference in Sunday's 1-0 win over Chicago Young Americans, finishing with 20 saves to earn the shutout.


Buffalo-Sized Performances Highlight First Day

Huge statistical performances were the theme of the first day of the Buffalo Showcase, with several players putting up big numbers. 

Nick Pierre of the MN Fire officially leads all players with nine points, scoring three goals in the Fire's 4-2 win over Pittsburgh Penguins Elite and five times in the afternoon matchup against the Don Mills Flyers. 

JoJo Dable had a big day for the Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers, Frank Nazar of Honeybaked was impressive, and Gavin Brindley of the Florida Alliance dazzled with his skills and speed. 

Three teams escaped Day 1 with perfect 2-0-0 records, with the MN Fire, Jr. Rangers, and Chicago Young Americans all emerging unscathed.

Also coming out of Day 1 without a loss were Detroit Honeybaked and the Florida Alliance, who both went 1-0-1 after tying 5-5 in arguably the day's most exciting contest. 

Nick Pierre (MN Fire) leads the showcase in overall scoring with nine points.


Gavin Brindley is second on the scoring list with seven points for Florida Alliance.

Team 1 2 3 T
Florida Alliance 3 6 1 10
Ottawa Valley Titans 1 1 1 3


Florida's Vincent Thompson ties Honeybaked 5-5 with just 2:45 to play in regulation.

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Spring Lake Park's Christian Manz will be on fire for MN this weekend


Rutger McCroarty (shown playing for Toronto Bulldogs in 2014 Brick Tourney), Detroit Honeybaked

Top '04 Teams Shuffle off to Buffalo

For the next three days, top teams from around the country at the 2004 level will take the ice in Buffalo (NY) for the SuperSeries AAA Prospects Showcase, highlighted by national powers such as Detroit Honeybaked, Florida Alliance, Chicago Young Americans and Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers. 

Also participating in the Prospects Showcase are the Buffalo Jr. Sabres, Colorado Thunderbirds, Don Mills Flyers, Elgin Middlesex Chiefs, L.A. Jr. Kings, Minnesota Fire, Mississauga Rebels, New Jersey Rockets, Ottawa Valley Titans, Pittsburgh Penguins Elite and South Shore Kings. 

With the bevy of teams playing this weekend, YHH will get an eyeful of at least a  dozen future stars. We've identified several already based on eye-witness accounts. Read on to find out who to keep an eye on this weekend. 









Max Jelavic, Florida Alliance

Players to Watch

Owen Baker Detroit Honeybaked Quickness
Berard Berard South Shore Kings Poise
Gavin Brindley Florida Alliance Movement
Aidan Castle Don Mills Flyers Grinder
Brody Crane Elgin Middlesex Chiefs Clutch
Logan Cooley Pittsburgh Penguins Elite Sniper
Katie Desa Mid Fairfield Jr. Rangers Glove
Marek and David Hejduk Colorado Thunderbirds Double Trouble
Cutter Gauthier Detroit Honeybaked Hockey Sense

Nick Pierre, MN Fire

Max Jelavic Florida Alliance Power
Vincent Lamberti LA Jr. Kings Lateral Movement
Cole Lonsdale Mississauga Rebels Distribution
Christian Manz MN Fire Butterfly
Rutger McCroarty Detroit Honeybaked Laser
Chris McGovern New Jersey Rockets Smooth
Nicholas Peluso Buffalo Jr. Sabres Finesse
Nick Pierre MN Fire Two-Way
Lucas Ross Ottawa Valley Titans Grinder
Carson Walters Chicago Young Americans Breakout

Gavin Brindley, Florida Alliance

Friday Games to Watch

Mid Fairfield Rangers vs. Mississauga Rebels

Sept. 23, 11:05 a.m. - one of the best teams in the US will battle historically one of the best in Canada.

Detroit Honeybaked vs. Florida Alliance 

Sept. 23, 2:35 p.m. - arguably the two best teams in America battle it out at the Feature rink Friday. These two teams are no strangers to one another.

L.A. Jr. Kings vs. Chicago Young Americans

Sept. 23, 5:35 p.m. - the Kings will get an early taste of what the best is...CYA is as deep of a team in North America.

Brody Crane, Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

Turkey Tourney 2016 -- Registraion Link


Ironman 4 v 4 Tournament

Team Collins -- Ironman Squirt Division Champions

Team Colliins -- Squirt Divison Champions

Team Hampson -- Ironman Pee Wee Division Champions

Team Hampson -- Pee Wee Divison Champions

Team Rice -- Ironman Bantam Division Champions

Team Rice -- Pee Wee Divison Champions











TEAM RICE                      TEAM PELLETIER

TEAM KUBA                     TEAM HARGEST


Southeast 2005 Elites -- Representing at "The Show"

The Southeast Elite 2005 Elites are participating in the North American Showcase in Minnesota.  The competition intense!

As proof from the scores, the team battled hard & represented with true Southeast Elite pride. 

Thank you boys giving it your all & leaving it all on the ice!

2005 Elite -- The Show Tournament Results

Result Opponent
Tue Jun 28 W   6 - 5 Great Plains 
Wed Jun 29 W   4 - 3 @ Midwest 
Wed Jun 29 L   3  -4 Rocky Mountain 
Thu Jun 30 L   1 -2 @ Metropolitan 
Fri Jul 1 W  3 -4 Team USA 
Fri Jul 1 L   2 -3 @ New England 
Sat Jul 2 L   4 - 3 Mid-Atlantic 
Sat Jul 2 W   3 - 2 @ Great Lakes 
Sun Jul 3 T   1 - 1 Manitoba

YHH highlights the 2004 Elites for their DHI Cup Victory

Our 2004 Elites were recently highlighted by YHH (Youth Hockey Hub) for sweep in Minnesota at the DHI Cup Super Series.  The above link will take you to the article.  It's a very nice write up with a great photos. 

Way to represent boys!

2004 Elites & 2005 Elites Sweep in the DHI Cup Super Series in Minnesota

Congratulations to the 2004 Elites & the 2005 Elites for their strong finish in the DHI Cup Super Series in Minnesota this weekend. 

The 2004 Elites remained undefeated throughout the tournament and seized a 2-0 victory in the Championship Game against the Minnesota Machine!

The 2005 Elites suffered their only loss in their first match of the series but, battled back strong to finish as the Champions in their division.

It was an incredible effort by both teams! Way to represent!

2004 Elites DHI Champs!!

2005 Elites DHI Champions!!

2005 Elites -- Montreal Super Challenge 2016 Champions

Montreal Super Challenge 2016

Southeast Elite teams (2004 AAA, 2004 Elites, 2005 Elites, 2006 Elites & 2007 Elites) traveled to the beautiful city of Montreal to compete in the Montreal Super Challenge. Our teams battled hard through the weekend against very impressive competition.  The 2004 Elites & 2007 Elites advanced to the semis, each team losing by a goal.  Our 2005 Elites were able to obtain the Champion Title in their division. 

Staying true to our philosophy, it not always about the win but, the experience. And, what an experience it was!! We are so proud of our entire Southeast Elite family!


Southeast Elite kids sporting their new uniforms!



4th Annual Spring Invitational -- Crosby Division Champions

4th Annual Spring Invitational -- Crosby Division Champions!!

Tram Rafalski -- Crosby Division Champions

4th Annual Spring Invitational -- Stamkos Division Champions

Team Lars -- Stamkos Division Champions

Monday Night Squirt - Pee Wee 4v4 Champions!

April 18th - 4v4 Squirt - PeeWee Monday Night Champs

April 11th -- 4v4 Squirt - PeeWee Monday Night Pond Hockey Champs

April 4th -- 4v4 Squirt - PeeWee Monday Night Pond Hockey Champs


April 14th - 4v4 Thursday Night Champions

March 24th -- Thursday4 v 4 Night Pond Hockey Champs

March 24th -- Thursday Night 4 v 4 Pond Hockey Champs

Battle on the Beach AAA Champions

Battle on the Beach 2004 AAA Division Champions -- Chicago Young Americans 2004 Elite

Battle on the Beach 2005 AAA Division Champions - Florida Alliance 2005 Elite

Team Southeast Represents the US at the Show - June 2015

The 2004 AAA Southeast Elite Team Wins Gold in the USA Bracket at THE SHOW in Bloomington, Minnesota, June 2015. The Southeast represented the US as they played Team Ontario representing Canada losing 2-1 in the Final. 


Click here to watch these talented boys in action:

Team Southeast Highlight Video