Ice Hockey

Among Many Accomplishments, Coogans Go Best With Ice

Some families go to church on Christmas. The Coogans play hockey. “I don’t remember when we started,” Will Coogan said.

Old Knees, Young Hearts, Can't Lose

When Gene Townes slid a nifty pass to land the puck right on the stick of Vicky Thurber and she flipped it into the net, the combined age of the goal scoring duo was 134 years.

Community Wins When Police and Firefighters Hit the Ice

Bragging rights took a back seat at the third annual police versus fire hockey game which was a benefit this year for the Island Autism Group and the family of Erica Ponte. (P.S. Team Blue won).

Vineyarders Ice Nantucket

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys hockey team beat rival Nantucket 3-0 Saturday afternoon.

Summer Hockey Tourney Gives Beach a Run for Its Money

The Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena played host to the East Coast Classic, a hockey tournament that pits eight summer teams from the Northeast against one another in a battle for the Vineyard Cup.

Guns and Hoses Hockey Game Is Bigger Than Bragging Rights

The police versus firemen hockey game raised over $9,000 for Vineyard House, and a public skate fundraiser earlier netted over $6,000 for injured Zamboni driver Mike Hathaway.

Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket Team Up for Hockey Tournament

Vineyard girls joined forces with players on their sister island of Nantucket to field a team large enough to compete in a tournament.

MV Showdown Warms Hockey Hearts With Big League Skills

A full parking lot equaled a packed arena at the inaugural MV Savings Bank Showdown college hockey tournament this weekend. The action on the ice was fierce, but in the stands the climate was more like a community picnic.

MV Showdown: College Hockey Tournament Comes to the Island

College hockey is coming to the Vineyard Jan. 15 and 16, with the first ever college hockey tournament held on Island: the MV Showdown.

Skating to Victory Together, Girls' Hockey Captains Share Bond Forged on Ice

The Vineyard girls’ hockey team defeated Bourne last week to secure their spot in the state tournament. Senior captains Aubrey Ashmun, Sydney Davies, Erin Hegarty and Olivia Ogden, a tight-knit team that has played on the varsity squad since they were freshmen, led the way.

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