The Stars are headed to the State championship after successfully continuing through playdowns. Great effort by the boys and good luck!
Tonight’s practice time has changed to 7:50pm. There is NO dryland.
The Stars win the 2011 Jr. Kings President’s Day tournament championship defeating the Ventura Mariners by a score of 8-1. The boys skated well and played a solid game to earn another banner. Great job Stars!
The Stars have won all four games at the President’s Day tournament to reach the finals and play for the tournament championship today at 2:45pm. Good luck to the boys, keep up the great work!
The Stars made a strong finish winning all four games in the final CAHA weekend placing them solidly in 2nd place and seeding them number 2 in playdowns. The boys will be playing the Jr. Kings, OCHC and the Tri-Valley Blue Devils for a bid to the State championship. If they continue their play from the weekend they should earn their place there. Great job boys, keep up the great work!
The Stars win the OCHC championship game and take the tournament banner beating the OCHC 16AA team 5-3. Congratulations Stars! Keep up the great work!
The Stars have advanced to the OCHC tournament championship game. They will once again be playing for the tournament title. Good luck Stars!!
The Stars defeated the OCHC 18AA team to clinch the #1 seed in the championship game of the OCHC Holiday Tournament by a score of 4-3. In a close game the Stars were nearly perfect in play and finished the game without a single penalty. The boys are playing very well and look to take another championship banner tonight.
Great job Stars!
The Stars defeated the Golden Bears today by a score of 5-1. The boys skated well and controlled the game with a strong forechecking style and tenacious effort. Great job Stars!
The Stars played very well in their second game of the tournament to defeat BCL 8-0. They skated and passed well, played solid defense and controlled the game for all three periods. Great job Stars!
The Stars began their Christmas tournament with a 3-3 tie against Santa Margarita High School. The Stars controlled the game through all three periods, but failed to score on most of the many scoring chances they had allowing SMHS to stay close and tie the game with 17 secs left in the 3rd period.
The Stars defeated the Kings this afternoon coming back from an early 2 goal deficit to score 8 goals and assure themselves the victory. We were treated to some amazing passes today, each resulting in a goal! The boys really put on an entertaining show of skill and determination for all to enjoy. Great job Stars! A final score of 8-5 marks another win for the boys.
The Stars defeated LAHC by a score of 4-1. The boys skated and moved the puck well to put in 4 goals and take the victory. Great job Stars, keep it up!
The Stars win the North American Fall Championship tournament in Marlborough, MA in commanding fashion going undefeated and beating the Worcester Shamrocks 6-0 in the championship game to take the trophy!
They played teams from Worcester (Boston suburb), New York City and Connecticut. With 25 goals for and 6 goals against, they played solid hockey all weekend.
Taking the championship finishes out the Thanksgiving holiday on a great note. Great job Stars! Keep up the great work!!
Unfortunately, the schedule for the Boston (Marlborough)Tournament has changed. Below is the corrected schedule.
For game scores you can check the tournament results page.
|11/26/10||9:50pm||Stars||New York Cyclones|
There is NO GAME this weekend. The game that was rescheduled to be played this Sat (Nov. 20) morning is cancelled. The ice slot was not available and the game could not be scheduled as SCAHA wanted.
The game has been rescheduled for Sunday Dec. 12th at 9:15 in Ontario against the Titans.
We have a new game scheduled against the Jr. Kings for this Sunday, Nov. 7 at 12:45pm in El Segundo at the Toyota Center. Players should be at the rink by 11:45am.
555 N. Nash Street
El Segundo, CA 90245
Tuesday, Nov. 4, (tomorrow’s) practice has been extended to two hours beginning at 7:50pm for the first session. After an ice cut, the players will go back on the ice at 9:00pm for another hour. There will be no dryland training tomorrow.
Our practice tomorrow night has been cancelled due to a blackout date at the rink. Sorry, I don’t really have an explanation as to what that means exactly.
Our next practice is Thursday at the normal time, 7:30pm dryland, 9:00pm on-ice.
The Stars score late in the third period on Sunday to tie the game in dramatic fashion! After a slow start with a penalty riddled 1st period, the Stars found themselves down 2-0 with the Wave scoring on two power play opportunities.
Not to be left out of the scoring column, the Stars scored a shorthanded goal in the 2nd period to cut the lead in half. Soon after the boys continued to out skate and out play the Wave in nearly every aspect of the game.
Pushing the pace of the game with an intense forecheck the Stars put the Wave on their heels and drove the game into the offensive zone for the remaining three to four minutes of the game. Just after a Stars PP expired, a wristshot from the left slot found it’s way top shelf with a minute and a half left to knot the score at 2-2.
A tremendous effort by all the boys to fight their way back into the game after an early deficit. They continue to impress with their talent and work ethic. They carry the success of the season squarely on their shoulders this year, and they are showing they are up to the task! Another great job boys!
The Stars played the Golden Bears on Sunday in a rematch of the semi-final game in San Jose that resulted in a shootout.
The game was very different this time around with the boys skating strong to an 8-2 victory. Passes were on, the tempo was up and puck movement was great. The majority of the game was played in the offensive zone and puck possession was in our favor the whole game.
The boys continue to improve as they spend more time on the ice together. It’s obvious they are getting more and more comfortable with each other. Keep up the great work guys!
The Stars skated well at times this past Sunday and walked away with a victory over the San Diego Jr. Gulls by a score of 7-4. The win gives the Stars a record of 5-1-0 for the season so far and one of the best starts in recent years.
The boys’ success should continue as they spend more time practicing and playing together. Keep up the great work boys!
The boys started their season over Labor Day in San Jose and they started it in a big way! 4 straight wins and their only loss was in the championship game. They began by defeating the SoCal Titans 6-5 in the first game, then winning their second game against Beach City Lightning 7-0. They won their third game vs. the Jr. Sharks 5-1 and they took a shootout victory in OT against the California Golden Bears with a final score of 5-4 to wrap up their 4th win of the weekend.
The battled in a hard fought championship against the Tri-Valley Blue Devils, but lost 5-3. They showed they will be a team no one can take lightly. They fought hard to the very end and never gave up. Running a shorter bench than the Devils may have taken it’s toll in the 3rd period, but there was certainly no lack of effort. They boys should be proud of themselves!
Not a bad way to start the season at all. When you consider how early in the season it is, we look forward to the team getting better each day they skate together. With the talent on the team and the good start, there is considerable potential for a great season that players, coaches and parents can enjoy. Great job Stars! Keep it up!