2015 End of Year Banquet Awards
Men's Banquet - April
Women's Banquet -
April 19, 2015
"FRIENDS" REVVED UP FOR 2015-'16 SEASON!
It’s hard to believe, but hockey is in the
air again and the 2015-2016 campaign is
underway! Appleton Arena is
already alive with the sound of steel blades
on ice, and pucks banging off boards!
And the Saints are marching in again!
The FRIENDS OF ST.
LAWRENCE HOCKEY are getting into the swing,
too. Our “season” will kick off with the annual
Golf Outing at St. Lawrence Golf & Country
Club in Canton.
And there’s more. Your
FRIENDS board is busy planning post-game
get-togethers for teams, parents, and the
public. Dates, times and places for these
and other events will be posted when they’re
arranged. Also, don’t forget that the
FRIENDS sales booth at Appleton will be
featuring many colorful clothing and
souvenir items during the season, and will
be open for business during home games.
We exist for the good of
Saints Hockey. Joining us as members,
attending our events, and supporting our
fund-raising efforts contributes directly to
the success of our men’s and women’s teams.
We need, and will warmly appreciate, your
membership and patronage.
2015 Friends of St. Lawrence Hockey Golf
Details Below Upcoming
Shotgun Start Format -
Captain and Crew
St. Lawrence University Golf Course
Best Western Inn, Canton
All proceeds will be used to support the St.
Lawrence University Men’s & Women’s Hockey
2015 Golfer and Sponsorship
2015 "Skate with a
Skate with The Saints
was held on January 2015. A great
time was had by everyone. We had over 75
children in attendance.
ST. LAWRENCE HOCKEY MEMBERSHIP FORM FOR
Form for 2015-16
SAINTS! is the title of
a book written by Bob Graham about The
Saga of St. Lawrence University Hockey from
1912-2001. The 192 page book is
available at the St. Lawrence University
Bookstore for $39.95
FRIENDS OF ST. LAWRENCE HOCKEY NEWSLETTER,
edition of "Center Ice," has been compiled
and is now available online! Our
thanks to alumnus Bob Graham for compiling
Past Newsletters can be found on the
LAWRENCE MEN FINISH OFF STRONG 2014-2015
CAMPAIGN IN E.C.A.C. SEMIFINALS
St. Lawrence University's
Ryan Lough (10) comes from behind to try to
knock the puck from Rensselaer’s Craig
Bokenfohr (4). The Saints scored two goals
only about a minute apart to gain a 2-0 lead
through the first period. The Saints beat
RPI 5-1 to sweep their ECAC quarterfinal
series two games to none. The Saints
finished out 2014-2015 in the ECAC
WOMEN CLOSE 2014-15 CAMPAIGN WITH SOLID
19-12-5 OVERALL RECORD
St. Lawrence University’s
Brooke Webster jets down the ice, while
being chased by Clarkson University’s Erin
Ambrose. St. Lawrence was ranked 10th
in the nation when it closed its season in
the ECAC quarterfinals.
Collect Bears for Children at
Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center
Phil Spadaccini, a
member of the Friends of St. Lawrence
University Men’s and Women’s Hockey Booster
Club, recently presented the Claxton-Hepburn
Medical Center Auxiliary with an abundance
of stuffed plush bears. They will be used
for the auxiliary’s “Bring a Bear to Show
You Care” program. The program enables each
pediatric patient to receive a bear to help
them through their stay. This is the third
year in a row that the club has collected
bears. From left, Heather Newcombe,
Phil Spadaccini, Kelly LaRock, Carol Lytle
and Jennifer Ethridge.
Welcome to the Epicenter of St. Lawrence Hockey
The very fact you’re here
says you’re already a friend of Saints Hockey.
You’re aware of the proud heritage behind the Men’s
and Women’s teams. Perhaps you’re close by, and
regularly attend home games at Appleton. Or maybe
you’re not so close, and follow the teams via radio,
internet, and other media. It really doesn’t matter
if your enthusiasm is there!
But have you ever wished to
be more “part of the action” than merely applauding
goals, or saying “Great!” after each win?
It really doesn’t matter if you’re in Canton, New
York or Canton, China, or anywhere else on the
globe. FRIENDS OF ST. LAWRENCE HOCKEY enables
members to express their support in tangible ways.
Those who live nearby can find “hands-on”
satisfaction by pitching in with fund-raising, or by
arranging post-game receptions and other events for
teams and their fans; those who live further away
can feel involved knowing their dues make many
FRIENDS’ team-benefit initiatives possible. In any
case, as members you’ll feel much more part of the
We are always in need of volunteer help. if
you would like to "pitch in" at a 50-50 raffle
ticket sale, a post-game party or important
activities, please call Cindy at 244-7565 or
You will be warmly welcomed!
So explore our website, learn about Saints Hockey,
and learn about us.
And finally, learn how friends become FRIENDS!