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Dropkick Murphys to host Tournament
The Dropkick Murphys are gearing up to host the second...
Rangers Capture EJEPL Title
This past weekend the Boston Jr Rangers 18U team headed down to Bridgewater,...
POSTPONED! Rangers Host Open House
  POSTPONED Due to the snow storm the Youth Open House...
Boston Jr Rangers 2017/18 Season
  For our 2017/18 season the Boston Junior Rangers will introduce...
18U Miniouchine Moves Up To NAHL NE Generals
Congratulations to 18U forward Sasha Miniouchine on his...
Another Tournament Win for the 05 Select's
  The 05 Selects team competed in the Goblet Tournament in  Foxboro,...
Lake Placid Tournaments
05 Selects 06 Selects Both our 05 Select and 06...
Dropkick Murphys to host Tournament

The Dropkick Murphys are gearing up to host the second annual Claddagh Fund Celebrity Hockey Tournament on April 29 here at Breakaway Ice Center.

Celebrity coaches will be provided to each team. Last year’s Claddagh Fund hockey event featured Bobby OrrKen Casey of the Dropkicks, boxing legend Micky Ward, Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask, former Bruins Bob Sweeney and Brian Leetch, and raised $60,000 for the Claddagh Fund, a charitable organization founded by the Dropkick Murphys.

Each player who participates will get to skate in four games and take home a custom hockey jersey and hockey bag. There will also be dinner, drinks, a raffle, and plenty of entertainment. Each team must raise at least $4,000 to skate in the tourney. For information on how to register or to buy tickets, visit

We're in for a Wicked Good Time!!


by posted 02/15/2017
Rangers Capture EJEPL Title

This past weekend the Boston Jr Rangers 18U team headed down to Bridgewater, MA as the 2nd seed in the EJEPL playoffs.  

Following last season's heartbreaking semi-final loss to the Boston Bandits, the Rangers were looking for some revenge in this year's semi-final game against the Bandits.  The Bandits, winners of the past two EJEPL titles, went into the game as the 3rd seed and winners of the previous three meetings this season against the Rangers.  "They're a tough team to play against" said Rangers captain Brendan McCormack "it was the seventh time we played them this season.  We won the first three, they won the next three.  Coach made sure we knew we had to come out with a game seven mentality and the returners from last season wanted to knock them out of the playoffs for a little payback."

The Rangers came out strong from the opening face-off and Dom Malatesta scored on the first shift assisted by Josh Sanchez and Anthony Quatieri.  Minutes later that line connected again, this time it was Sanchez taking a great feed from Quatieri and Malatesta to make it 2-0 mid-way through the 1st period.

The score would stay that way until 7 minutes into the 2nd frame as Malatesta made it 3-0 on the power play from Quatieri and Alex Dalton.  The score would stay that way until about 10 minutes left when the Bandits scored to make it 3-1 before Brendan McCormack picked up the insurance marker from Chaz Rometty and Max Hennessy to ice a 4-1 victory giving the Rangers a spot in the EJEPL championship game against rival Northern Cyclones.

Sunday saw the Cyclones strike first 20 seconds into the game but it was Alex Dalton who score on the next shift to even the score at 1 a piece from Jacob Lane and Chaz Rometty.  From there it was all Rangers in the 1st period as they outshot the Cyclones 13-5.  Anthony Quatieri scored from Josh Sanchez and Dom Malatesta with 7 minutes left and 30 seconds later Jake Mendeszoon scored from Sanchez and Malatesta to make it 3-1.

The second period was again all Rangers as they outshot the Cyclones again.  Cullen McCormack took a feed from Jake Mecrones and Phil Shemyakin to make it 4-1 to make it appear that the Rangers would run away with it.  But the Cyclones had other plans as they scored with 2 minutes to go in the 2nd period before the teams headed to the locker room.  

As the 3rd period started the Rangers were just 17 minutes from their first league championship.  With the Cyclones applying heavy pressure it was Devon Bruzzese who stole the show for the Rangers as he put on a show in net.  Finally the dam cracked as the Cyclones scored with 5 minutes to play to make it 4-3.  Again it was Brendan McCormack to the rescue scoring with 3 minutes left assisted by Rometty and Dalton.  With a 5-3 lead, Bruzzese once again came up with multiple key saves in the final minute securing the EJEPL championship for the Rangers.

Congratulations to all players and staff on their first league title!

by posted 02/14/2017
POSTPONED! Rangers Host Open House



Due to the snow storm the Youth Open House has been postponed until next week, Monday, February 20th.
Times will remain the same.


5:20pm - 2008 & 2009 birthyears

6:20pm - 2005, 2006 & 2007 birthyears


All Rangers staff will be on hand to answer any questions parents might have!


by posted 01/18/2017
Boston Jr Rangers 2017/18 Season


For our 2017/18 season the Boston Junior Rangers will introduce a new development model to our players and coaches that is similar to the highly successful models used in Europe.

This European model will emphasize player development through game and individual situation skills that will complement our slate of games over the course of the season.

Come join us and watch your child's game grow to new heights.  Your child will have more fun, develop his skills faster than ever and will foster a greater love for the game of hockey!

2017/18 Program Specifics

Complete Curriculum designed and developed by the BJR hockey staff
Two team practices per week
Weekly on-ice skills sessions run by HEH
Elite 9 Hockey and Boston Hockey Leagues
Team off-ice workouts with Breakaway Total Hockey Training
Tournament Play
Live streaming of all home games on Livebarn (subscription required)

Tryout Registration 

Monday, March 6

09's (6:10 - 7:10 PM
07's (7:20 - 8:20 PM
05's (8:30 - 9:30 PM)

Tuesday, March 7

 08's (6:10 - 7:10 PM)

 06's (7:20 - 8:20 PM)  

04's  (8:30 - 9:30 PM)

Wednesday, March 8 

09's (6:10 - 7:10 PM)

07's (7:20 - 8:20 PM

05's (8:30 - 9:30 PM)

Thursday March 9  

08's (6:10 - 7:10 PM

06's (7:20 - 8:20 PM)

04's (8:30 - 9:30 PM) 

Tuesday, March 14  

03's (6:40 - 7:40 PM

U16-('02, '01) Half-Season (7:50 - 8:50 PM)

Thursday, March 16 

03's (6:40 - 7:40 PM)

U16-('02, '01) Half-Season (7:50 - 8:50 PM)

by posted 01/18/2017
18U Miniouchine Moves Up To NAHL NE Generals

Congratulations to 18U forward Sasha Miniouchine on his recent promotion to the Northeast Generals in the North American Hockey League.

Miniouchine, a '98 from New Jersey, was the 18U leading scorer at the time of his departure.  The North American Hockey League is the country's only Tier 2 Junior A league.  Miniouchine becomes the 6th player in the past five months from the Rangers 18U team to sign with Tier 2 Jr A organizations.  

"I think it shows that we are committed to promoting our players to higher leagues and doing whatever we can do to help them in the process.  We had five players sign Tier 2 contracts at the end of last season and now Sasha going mid-season.  It's a good opportunity for him to go to a higher league and climb the hockey ladder." said 18U head coach Jon Hutcheon.

The Rangers wish Sasha the best of luck for the remainder of the season.

by posted 12/01/2016
Another Tournament Win for the 05 Select's


The 05 Selects team competed in the Goblet Tournament in
 Foxboro, Ma. over the Thanksgiving weekend.

For the second year in a row they came home with the championship trophy!
The final game on Sunday was the toughest task the 05 team faced this season.
They played an almost total 04 birthyear team from Medfield
who beat the Jr.Rangers the day before 5-0.

The game was tied 2-2 and went into overtime.
At 2:13 in overtime Jr. Ranger  #56 Travis Broadbent blasted a shot past the
Medfield goalie 
to win the game.
Congratulations to our 05 Jr.Rangers Select team!!!

by posted 11/30/2016
Lake Placid Tournaments

05 Selects

06 Selects

Both our 05 Select and 06 Select teams went to Lake Placid, New York to compete in the America's Cup Tournament where they saw great competition in all the teams that participated.

The players and family members all had a great time. Both teams played the majority of their games in the famous 1980 Olympic rink. Also both teams were able to use locker room #5 - which is the room that the 1980 USA Olympic Coach Herb Brooks gave his now famous speech.

Both the 05S and 06S teams competed in and won the skills competition portion of the tournament for their age groups.

Each team advanced to the final round.

         Our 06 team played a very talented team from Clarington, Ontario in the finals to take home the                GOLD medal!
                     Our 05 team played an all 04 birth year AAA team from Malone, NY to take home the                          SILVER medal!

Congratulations to all players, coaches and families!

by posted 10/25/2016


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