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Noah Hanifin Makes National Headlines

As a projected top-10 prospect in the 2015 NHL Draft, Noah Hanifin was recently named to the All-American Prospects Game. He will also make Boston College history by becoming the youngest player ever to suit up for the Eagles.

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Junior A Team Prepares for New Season

Heading into the team’s second season in the Eastern Hockey League, the Warriors welcome back an experienced corps of defensemen and forwards. The VJW Junior A team kicks off the 2014-15 season on Sunday! Learn more about this talented team.

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Brogen to Capture Jr Warrior Moments

New for the 2014-15 season, the Valley Junior Warriors will have Brogen Photography on site at certain games to take professional photos and capture the many special memories from the year.

VJW Junior A Team Starts Season Strong With Win Over the East Coast Wizards
 The VJW Junior A team celebrates after its season-opening win against the East Coast Wizards on September 21 at the Haverhill Valley Forum.
One game down and many more to go, but the VJW Junior A team is off to a hot start!

In its season-opening game in front of a robust and excited crowd, the Warriors blanked the East Coast Wizards by a score of 5-0 to capture its first victory in Eastern Hockey League (EHL) play.

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“It feels great to get off to a good start,” said Andy Heinze, the three-time coach of the year. “Every game in this league is going to be competitive and that is exactly what you want. It is going to be a grind an the kids will have to put their best foot forward.”

The players heeded that advice in game one.

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Four VJW Standouts Highlight 2014 All-American Prospects Roster

AllProspects.jpgUSA Hockey announced the 42 players that will participate in this year's third annual CCM All-American Prospects game on September 25th in Buffalo.

It is no surprise that four former Valley Jr Warrior players headlined that announcement!

Two potential top-10 picks - Noah Hanifin and Colin White - were named to the roster as well as Casey Fitzgerald and Cam Askew. All four players are former VJW standouts, who were part of the nationally-ranked VJW '97 Elite squad that advanced to nationals two times in three years.

Hanifin, White and Fitzgerald left the Warriors to compete for the U.S. National Under-17 Team (USHL) last season. Askew, meanwhile, was a top draft pick in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League who last year competed for the Moncton Wildcats.

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Loren Barren '89 Quinnipiac
Mike Vecchione '93 Union
John Rogeri '93 St. Anselm
Julian Fialkow '93 Colgate
Nick Leonard '93 Colgate
Nick Pichette '93 Norwich
Conor Riley '92 Maine
Jake Schechter '93 Northeastern
Ryan Badger '94 Maine
Colin Blackwell '93 Harvard
Fabian Sivnert '92 Bemidji State
Mark Meads '92 Bentley
Brendan Collier '93 B.U.
Devin Tringale '93 Harvard
Jake Kulevich '93 Colgate
Noah Klagg '93 Williams
Ryan Fitzgerald '94 B.C.
Sam Kurker '94 B.U.
Brendan Silk '94 B.C.
Shane Eiserman '95 U.N.H.
Brian Pinho '95 Providence
Cam Askew '97 B.U.
Noah Hanafin '97 B.C.
Casey Fitzgerald '97 B.C.
Colin White '97 B.C.
Lincoln Griffin '97 Northeastern
Elijah Harris '97 Brown