New England Hockey Journal TV

Season 2, Episode 7: For the Season 2 finale, New England Hockey Journal TV goes back to where it all began: Merrimack College. Host Kelsey Schelling and the crew check in with the Warriors as the end of the 2014-15 season looms.

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NEW ENGLAND HOCKEY JOURNAL TV SEASON 2

EPISODE DESCRIPTION

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NEHJ TV Episode 10: Malden Catholic (26:59)
New England Hockey Journal TV goes to high school powerhouse Malden Catholic as the Lancers prepare to try for a fifth straight Super 8 title. Host Kelsey Schelling also joins Brian Gibbons (Braintree, Mass.) for a workout, goes off the ice for a look at roller hockey equipment with Wack at MonkeySports, and checks out a cross-ice game with FMC Ice Sports' Sean Kennedy.

NEHJ TV Episode 9: Avon Old Farms (26:59)
NEHJ TV looks at the tradition and pride to be found at Avon Old Farms, one of the most respected and elite prep programs in the region. Host Kelsey Schelling also checks in with Needham, Mass., native Bill Arnold, now with the Adirondack Flames, for a hockey workout, as well as FMC Ice Sports to work on penalty killing, and takes a trip to MonkeySports for a goalie equipment check.

NEHJ TV Episode 8: Middlebury College (25:30)
Host Kelsey Schelling visits Middlebury College, where the Panthers may play a Division III schedule, but they bring a Division I attitude to the rink. We also check in with Stephen "Wack" Serwacki at MonkeySports for a look at some more of the best new sticks, hit up FMC Ice Sports' Sean Kennedy for shooting tips, and meet former Providence College Friar Mark Fayne for a workout.

NEHJ TV Episode 7: UConn Huskies (26:01)
Go behind the scenes as UConn adjusts to life as the newest member of Hockey East. We also get heady with Stephen "Wack" Serwacki of MonkeySports, who shows us the newest and best in helmet technology. Host Kelsey Schelling also joins New York Islander Colin McDonald (Wethersfield, Conn.) for a training session, and she also runs some breakout drills with FMC Ice Sports' Sean Kennedy. 

NEHJ TV Episode 6: Boston Junior Bruins (25:46)
In November's edition, we follow the Boston Junior Bruins, one of the area's premier junior programs, as they build a dynasty and a lot of hockey careers. We also have our monthly equipment check-in with Stephen "Wack" Serwacki, who gives us a look at the best and brightest in stick technology, and host Kelsey Schelling runs through some stickhandling drills with FMC Ice Sports' Sean Kennedy. 

NEHJ TV Episode 5: Ryan Donato (25:16)
New England Hockey Journal TV returns with a look at Ryan Donato. We go behind the scenes with the Scituate, Mass., native and son of former Boston Bruin Ted Donato (now the head men's coach at Harvard) as he and his family attend the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. We also have new segments on skills, conditioning, nutrition, and the always-entertaining equipment check with host Kelsey Schelling and Stephen "Wack" Serwacki at the MonkeySports Superstore.

NEW ENGLAND HOCKEY JOURNAL TV SEASON 1

SEASON 1 EPISODE DESCRIPTION

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NEHJ TV Episode 1: Merrimack College (25:24)
The pilot episode of the new New England Hockey Journal TV show features a behind-the-scenes look at Merrimack College, plus segments on skills, conditioning, nutrition and equipment. 

NEHJ TV Episode 2: Williams College (25:19)
New England Hockey Journal TV goes behind-the-scenes with Williams College at Frozen Fenway, plus segments on skills, conditioning, nutrition and equipment.

NEHJ TV Episode 3: Thayer Academy (26:31)
New England Hockey Journal TV heads to Thayer Academy, where the once-proud hockey program is on the rebound thanks to a marquee alumnus – former Olympian and Chicago Blackhawks star Tony Amonte (Hingham, Mass.). Episode 3 also features segments on skills, conditioning, nutrition and equipment.

NEHJ TV Episode 4: Catholic Memorial (26:47)
In the first season finale, New England Hockey Journal TV follows the legendary Catholic Memorial program into the Super 8 playoffs of the Massachusetts high school tournament. Episode 4 also features segments on skills, conditioning, nutrition and goalie equipment. 


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