NT West 1977, NT East 1981,
NT BLUE 1994, NT WHITE 2005,
JV 2000, 2001, 2010,
NT GREEN 1983, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014
NEW TRIER HOCKEY CLUB ALUMNI GAMES
Sunday December 21st at North Shore Ice Arena
Young Gun Games: 6:40-8:40
Old Timers: 8:50- 10:00
$20 donation requested proceeds go to the Goal and Assist Fund.
Please RSVP to NTHCALUMNI@gmail.com
It was a magnificent fall day with bright sunshine and vibrant colors and the players of the New Trier Hockey Club were out and about in our community. Everywhere you went there was a smiling face proudly wearing a NT jersey and collecting for Bear Necessities. Saturday October 25th, on New Trier's Homecoming, our annual fund raiser for the Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation took in over $8500, our largest total to date, for this amazing organization. We would like to thank our retailers who helped make this possible. Our gratitude goes out to the Grand Food Centers in Winnetka and Glencoe , Panera Bread in Wilmette and Winnetka , Walker Brothers Original House of Pancakes in Wilmette, the French (farmer's) Market at the Wilmette Metra station, and all of our Walgreens', Wilmette, Northfield , Edens Plaza and Hubbard Woods. Here's to many more successful events!
The New Trier Hockey Club provides student-athletes with opportunities to participate at the highest level of high school hockey in an environment which promotes development of skills, teamwork, sportsmanship, and competitiveness, while recognizing a commitment to academic success.
The New Trier Hockey Club has a Policies and Procedures tab on the website to give you year round access to this valuable information, and to keep you up to date on improvements.
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Two Illinois teams played for The Culver Military Academy’s Annual Cornfield Cup, New Trier Green and Glenbrook North. In an epic game, New Trier Green defeated Glenbrook North by the score of 5-4.
The 8 team field included Shattuck Saint Mary’s, St. Ignatius of Ohio, Carmel of Indiana, host Culver Academy, Gilmore Academy and Walsh Jesuit of Ohio.
New Trier arrived at the Champions by defeating Gilmore, Walsh and Culver. While Glenbrook North defeated Shattuck, St. Ignatius and Carmel.
In the Championship game, New Trier scored two 1st period goals. Brent Segvich put in a rebound goal at the 13 minute mark and Cooper Johnson scored from the left point on a power play to close the scoring in the 1st.
GBN cut the lead in half just a minute into the 2nd period when Spartan Chris Zhang while on a power play poked home a rebound to make the score 2-1.
Green countered the Spartan goal at the 5 minute mark. While on a 5-3, Trevian Graham Soman extended the Green lead back to two when he blasted a shot from just outside the right faceoff circle that Cohen had no chance with.
Glenbrook North Chris Zhang scored a terrific individual goal when killing the back half of the 5-3 penalty he found a loose puck at red line and with a defenseman draped all over still found a way to beat Green goalie Jack Junge just 30 seconds after the Green’s goal.
Spartan Chad Yale would tie the game with 2 minutes remaining in the 2nd period when his shot from the right point found the back of the Green net.
The 3rd period was filled with up and down action and with the score tied at 3, Spartan Chris Merritt gave GBN their first and only lead of the game when he came in from the right side of the ice and his back hand shot flew over the shoulder of Junge with 4 minutes into the period.
Green’s Colin McBride tied the game at the 10 minute mark when he out battled a GBN defender in front of Cohen and lifted a back hand shot into the net.
With overtime looming Green’s Colin McBride attacked the middle of ice entered the Spartan zone where he was checked off the puck by a number of Spartans but the puck laid loose about 40 feet from the Spartan net where Matthew Kenyon picked it up at. Kenyon took a number of strides waited and roofed a shot that hit right under the cross bar and into the net for the winner with 18 seconds left to play.