PROJECT HOPE VISITS THE BIG APPLE
Posted by: Jason Lockhart and Chris Botta
Posted on: Tuesday, January 22, 7:30 pm
|WHAT A SUCCESS!
Posted by: Steve Webb, Director of Grassroots Hockey
Posted on: Monday, January 21, 11:40 am
- PHOTO GALLERY - Project Hope Kids Visit NYC
- PHOTO GALLERY - Westchester Defeats Qiqihar in Final
- PHOTO GALLERY - Mites/Mini-Mites Jamboree - Part 2
- PHOTO GALLERY - Mites/Mini-Mites Jamboree - Part 1
- PHOTO GALLERY - International Division Kids at the Coliseum
- PHOTO GALLERY - International Division Skills Competition - Part 2
- PHOTO GALLERY - International Division Skills Competition - Part 1
- PHOTO GALLERY - Project Hope Banquet
- PHOTO GALLERY - Day 2 of International Play
- PHOTO GALLERY - Day 1 of International Play
Catch the Islanders TV coverage of the Lighthouse Tournament. Videos include the Chinese kids' arrival, game highlights with Chinese play-by-play by Alex Peng and Justin Chang and a trip to the Cradle of Aviation in Garden City.
ISLANDERS TV coverage of the Lighthouse Tournament.
- Project Hope Kids Visit NYC
- Project Hope Kids Take Part In NYI Festivities
- Mite/Mini-Mite Jamboree
- Steve Webb Talks About the LI Division of Tourney
- Day 4 coverage of the International Division
- Day 3 coverage of the International Division
- Day 2 coverage of the International Division
- Day 1 coverage of the International Division
|Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images|
Welcome to the newyorkislanders.com blog of the first annual Lighthouse Tournament. This week-long tournament consists of teams from Long Island, China, Finland and Westchester.
In the Long Island division, dozens of teams at the squirt, pee wee, bantam and midget levels will compete amongst teams ib their own level for a chance to reach "Championship Sunday," where a champion will be crowned for each age group at the Nassau Coliseum.
The Tournament has been broken down into two divisions – Long Island and International.
The International Division is comprised of two teams from China, one from Finland and a fourth from Westchester.
The four teams will compete in a round-robin tournament, with the top two teams competing on Championship Sunday for the division's first place trophy.
Check back to the Lighthouse Tournament Blog for up-to-date information, results and comments from players, coaches and organizers.
Good luck to all of the participants!
More on the Lighthouse Tournament
- Ice Dreams Come True
- Celebration of Youth
- Lighthouse Tournament Media Watch
- Qiqihar and Harbin Kick Off Tourney
- The Next Yao? - Newsday's Blog
Check out these sites for more information about the Lighthouse Tournament