Welcome the new Mischiefs & Arrows

The Whitley Bay Arrows Ice Hockey Team consists of several players from the Mischiefs (U09’s) and played their first “full ice” game of the season on 13 September 2015 against Kingston. Whitley came away with a loss of 8-2, both goals scored by the Captain #87 Harvey Starkie. All the players kept their head high during the 4 periods of 16 minutes with Netminder Callum Sams receiving 23 shots on…

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Kinghorn makes Whitley Squaws Debut

Whitley Tomahawk’s number 67, Jessica Kinghorn, made her senior debut today for the Whitley Squaws. Braves Manager Jo Newton Said “Jess made some brilliant saves during the 6 – 0 win against Coventry, Her saves ensured the Squaws kept the opposition to Bay.” Jess’ shut-out was fantastic news for the hard-work she has put in, both at junior and senior levels.

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Mixed results against Nottingham

Sunday afternoon saw Nottingham travel up to Whitley Bay to take on Tomahawks. Play started with both sides showing that they were really up for this match, with play being very physical from the start. It was Nottingham that opened the scoring at 10.15 with a power play goal which was quickly levelled just 40 seconds later when Whitley Bay’s Ross Douglass (11) left the penalty box and unleashed a…

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Woman represent Whitley on Team GB

It’s with great pleasure that we wish Casey Traill (Tomahawks) and Kaitlyn Butterfield (Braves) success after they have been selected to represent Team GB Woman’s U18 team this January. They will take on hosts Poland, along with China, Denmark, Italy and Kazakhstan in the World Championship Division One Qualifier. Head Coach Terry Matthews said “To have two girls in the England squad again is a great feather in our cap” Braves…

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Home success against the Stars

It was a triumphant Sunday for Whitley Bay Ice Hockey Club Junior Development, as both our under 16 Tomahawks and under 18 Braves took on the Billingham Stars at home. Last time the teams faced each other on the away leg, Whitley came out on top with the bragging rights. On Sunday it was no different as we seen some quality ice hockey from both sides, with Whitley Bay showing…

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Mohawks out-stung the sting

The Whitley Bay Mohawks (under 14s) got their North division 2 campaign off to a start with a home game against Sutton Sting, Mohawks looking to bounce back after a difficult 2013/14 season.  The team have been training hard all summer and have a number of younger players stepping up to bolster the team roster. As expected the game got off to a nervy start in front of a very…

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Billingham Double Header Win

Whitley Bay’s new season started in style last weekend as both the under 16 Tomahawks and the under 18 Braves took on their double header games down at Billingham on Saturday. Both teams took on the Billingham Stars and managed to come out on top in this local derby game. Having finished 6th last season, The 6 – 1 win over Billingham has put the Tomahawks in a good opening…

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