News and Announcements


After a very successful first 2 U18 seasons the Northeast Generals are excited to get started on our 3rd season! Tryouts for the 2018 season are scheduled for Wednesday, March 21st at 9:40pm and Saturday, March 24th at 9:00pm at the Hobomock Rink in Pembroke, MA.

The season will include:
25 + games vs top tier 1 teams
Weekly practice at Hobomock Rink
Entry into multiple tournaments (included in tuition)
Invitation to the Northeast Generals Future Prospects Showcase

Register Today For Tryouts!

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Information (U18 Generals)

Posted by Northeast Generals at Aug 12, 2017 6:08PM PDT ( 0 Comments )


Next week I will be sending out information about practice, additional games and the equipment pick up. If you have any questions please email me at or Head Coach Brendan Collins at

Thank You!

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Season Kicks Off September 1

Posted by Bryan Erikson at Aug 9, 2017 4:30PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

The Northeast Generals U18 team will kick off the season playing in the ECC Labor Day Tournament in Hooksett, NH!

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U18 Tryouts Announced

Posted by Bryan Erikson at Mar 4, 2017 8:40AM PST ( 0 Comments )

After a very successful first season the Northeast Generals are excited to bring back their U18 for a second season.

Tryouts announced:

Monday, March 27th – 6:10 – 7:50pm
Tuesday, March 28th – 6:30 – 8:00pm

Please click above to register for tryouts. Cost is $100.

Thank You!

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U18 Team Opens First Season

Posted by Northeast Generals at Aug 1, 2016 10:11AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

The U18 team got off to a great start during the July Boston Chowder Cup. Having not practiced together and many having not played together the team was able to go 1-1-1 over the 3 games. In the first game the U18 Generals played a team in the NA3HL, made up primarily of U20 players, and were able to win 4-3. In the next game the Generals played a team from the NAPHL, a team that plays together year round and is in the best U18 team in the country. The Generals dropped the game 6-2 but played there best hockey in the second half and were able to compete much more than the score indicated. In the final game of the weekend the Generals tied the Boston Knights 4-4. The Knights made up of players from elite prep-schools were a tough team but the Generals did themselves proud by battling to a well earned tie.