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15 May 2022

Dix Hills Ice Rink Renamed for Clark Gillies

The Dix Hills Ice Rink was officially renamed  Clark Gillies Arena Saturday in honor of the late legendary Islanders’ hockey star.

The retired player and philanthropist, who lived in Greenlawn, died in January. He had served as captain of the Islanders from 1977 to 1979, and won the Stanley Cup four years in a row with them, from 1980 to 1983.

“I can say with 100% certainty that Clark would have been so proud of this honor that you have bestowed on him,” Pam Gillies, Clark’s wife, said in a speech. “I cannot tell you how happy Clark would have been to know that future generations of figure skaters and hockey players will be learning the game that he loved in a rink bearing his name.”

Rebels  Join Atlantic Hockey Federation 30 March 2022

Rebels Join Atlantic Hockey Federation

The Long Island Rebels have applied to join the Atlantic Hockey Federation for the 2022-2023 season. All Rebel teams from Squirt Minor up will be entered adding 16 games to their schedule. Eight games will be at two showcases and an additional eight games will be assigned. The Atlantic Hockey Federation has some of the leading hockey organization in the Mid-Atlantic region that provides high quality games and showcases.

Rebels Midget 18 Team WINS NYS Championship Enroute to Calif. for National Championships 13 March 2022

Rebels Midget 18 Team WINS NYS Championship Enroute to Calif. for National Championships

The Rebels Midget 18 team won the NYS Tier II Championships vs the favorite Caznovia Park earning them a spot in the USA Hockey National Championships. Good luck to Coach Frank, Ron and the Midget 18 team in Irvine California March 31 to April 4th. The Rebels first game is on Friday March 3st at 4:15PM (7:15PM our time) vs the Calif. Tri Valley Bulls

LI Rebels Bantam Minor Team Wins LIAHL Finals 11 March 2022

LI Rebels Bantam Minor Team Wins LIAHL Finals

Congratulations to the Long Island Rebels 08’ Bantam Minor team and Coaches Benoit Hogue and Nick Campo. The team won the LIAHL finals with a 3-1 victory. The victory caps off an amazing season with big tournaments in Chicago and Dallas. The team finished the LIAHL with a 10-1-1 record. What a great season!

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