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by posted 07/25/2014





Congratulations to Bantam AA Jr. Knight player Matthew Guerra for his success at the state, regional, and national USA Hockey development camps.  Matty, who wears # 53, was ranked # 35 in the nation for U15 forwards after last week's camp.

Matty, like others in our club before him, works hard not only during team practice but personally commits to additional on ice and off ice training on his own time (homework) which is required for every player to reach their individual goals.  This is a tremendous accomplishment for him, our club, and hockey in our state all at the AA level.  

When you are good enough to play the opportunities will surface even in the heat of a Florida summer!

Matty will be attending Hillside Prep School in Massachusetts this September and he's already being recruited for Senior Prep Schools for next year.

Congratulations Matty "Duster" Guerra!


USA HOCKEY U15 Article




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by posted 08/20/2009

For those of you that can’t live without your tech toys – there’s a real handy feature on the Web site that allows you to synchronize the team schedule to Outlook and your cell phone.

There are a couple different ways you can perform this synchronization.

When you are looking at your team's schedule page on the Web site, you’ll see a header with 3 buttons.  The button on the left  says "Subscribe to an iCal feed for this schedule".  This button allows you to set up an automatic feed that synchronizes the schedule to Outlook.  If you have Outlook synchronized with your cell phone, it will then automatically synchronize with your cell phone.  Click here to find out how to set it up.


The other option is a manual export/import.  Use the blue arrow button for this operation.  .  The site allows you to download the schedule to a .csv file.   Once you have the schedule saved to a .csv file, you can import it into Outlook. 

To import the schedule data into Outlook, use the Outlook File/Import and Export menu commands.  The resulting dialog box allows you to choose what action to perform.  Choose "Import from another program or file" and click "Next".  The next screen prompts you for the type of file to import.  Choose "Comma Separated Values (DOS)" and click "Next".  On the next screen, enter the path and file name of the .csv file you downloaded previously.  You can also choose how duplicate events are handled.  Choose "Replace duplicates".  After you press "Next" again, you'll be prompted for the folder to import into.  Choose your "Calendar" from the list and press "Next" and then ""Finish" on the following screen.  Your calendar should now contain all the game and practice events from your schedule.

Remember, this is a manual operation, not automatic synchronization.  This means that when there are changes to your schedule (e.g. when tournament games are added to the schedule) you'll need to export the schedule again and re-import it into Outlook.

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