NCDC Alumni Profile: Air Force Academy’s Will Gavin

Three-Season NCDC Alum Gavin Graduates From Air Force Academy, Signs AHL Pro Contract By Joshua Boyd / NCDCHockey.com    Will Gavin is very well-prepared for his future, both on the ice – and in the sky above.  Gavin, an alum of 125 games over three seasons, has recently graduated from the Air Force Academy. Prior […]

Kings’ Stachowiak Wins NE Hockey Journal Award

The National Collegiate Development Conference congratulates South Shore Kings Co-Captain And Forward Nathan Stachowiak on being named the New England Hockey Journal‘s NCDC Player Of The Year. See below for what NEHJ had to say about Stachowiak and his fulfilled quest to bring the Dineen Cup to Foxboro, Mass. NCDC Player of the Year Nate […]

South Shore Kings Win 2023-24 Dineen Cup With 4-3 Overtime Victory

The South Shore Kings won the 2023-24 Dineen Cup Championship with a 4-3 overtime victory against the Ogden Mustangs, the Mountain Division Champion. Justin Ryan scored the OT Winner at 3:23. #DineenCupFinals: ICYMI Game 3 (and if so, WHAT?!? and WHY?!?), here's a recap of today's goals – and a little @SSK_Hockey celly style to […]

#DineenCupFinals: Ogden Mustangs Win Game 1 By 7-3 Score

The Ogden Mustangs flew more than 2,000 miles east and they are playing on a mission to go back happy. They won Game 1 by a 7-3 score after starting out down 2-0 in the first period in Foxboro, Mass. #DineenCupFinals: All the goals from Game 1 in one place from the @OgdenMustangs' 7-3 victory. […]

#DineenCup Finals Team Preview: South Shore Kings 

By Joshua Boyd / NCDCHockey.com    Dineen Cup Finals South Shore Kings vs. Ogden Mustangs All Games At Foxboro Sports Center, Foxboro, Mass. Friday, April 26, 7 p.m. EST Saturday, April 27, 7 p.m. EST Sunday, April 28, 4:30 p.m. EST* * = If Necessary    The stage is set for this weekend’s Dineen Cup […]

#NCDCAwards: South Shore Kings’ Kotaro Murase Named New England Division 2023-24 MVP And Forward Of The Year

By Joshua Boyd / NCDCHockey.com    The National Collegiate Development Conference is proud to announce that the South Shore Kings’ Kotaro Murase has been named the New England Division 2023-24 Most Valuable Player and Forward Of The Year.  Murase, a 2003-born native of Japan, was the only player to receive multiple votes for MVP, after […]

#NCDCAwards: South Shore Kings Named New England Division 2023-24 Organization Of The Year

The National Collegiate Development Conference is proud to announce that the South Shore Kings have been named the New England Division 2023-24 Organization Of The Year, as selected by the coaches within the division.  The Kings won the New England Division playoff championship, defeating the regular season division winners the Islanders Hockey Club. The Kings […]

Dineen Cup Championships Featuring Ogden Mustangs vs. South Shore Kings Open Friday, April 26, In Foxboro

The National Collegiate Development Conference Dineen Cup Championship Series will begin this Friday, April 26, at Foxboro (Mass.) Sports Center, featuring the host New England Champion South Shore Kings facing the visiting Mountain Division Champion Ogden Mustangs.     We hope you will be able to join us in person to see what should be an […]

#NCDCAwards: South Shore Kings’ Salvatore Cerrato Named New England Division 2023-24 Defenseman Of The Year

By Joshua Boyd / NCDCHockey.com    The National Collegiate Development Conference is proud to announce that South Shore Kings Defenseman Salvatore Cerrato has been named the New England Division 2023-24 Defenseman Of The Year.  Cerrato, an ‘04 from St. Louis, Mo., originally joined the Kings coming out of the Fredrick Gunn School. He was one […]

#NCDCAwards: South Shore Kings’ Ryan Keyes Named New England Division 2023-24 Goaltender Of The Year

By Joshua Boyd / NCDCHockey.com    The National Collegiate Development Conference is proud to announce that South Shore Kings goaltender Ryan Keyes has been named the New England Division Goaltender Of The Year, as voted on by the division’s coaches.  The Merrimack College recruit Keyes, an ‘03 from Fairbanks, Alaska, began his junior career in […]