WBIHS Annual Fundraiser Games


WBIHS Annual Fundraiser Games

 

The WBIHS Annual Fundraiser Games are non profit events dedicated to raising awareness about ice hockey on Long Island, educating the upcoming generations about the levels beyond youth hockey, as well as raising money for charities. The teams are composed of alumni, friends, and associates of the Williams Brothers Ice Hockey School.

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2014 Fundraiser Game

The 2014 Fundraiser Game was sponsored by the Williams Brothers Ice Hockey School and The 1st Line, as well as other corporate sponsors. The event was held at Long Beach Municipal Ice Rink on Sunday, August 3rd. The Fundraiser featured a game between two teams representing the Williams Brothers Ice Hockey School and The 1st Line, requiring no admission fee, as well as a skills competition following the game. Raffles and Donations were be held off the ice, in order to raise funds to purchase equipment and materials for much needed repairs to Long Beach Municipal Ice Rink! A Highlight reel from the Fundraiser can be viewed below!

For more information on ‘ The First Line ‘, please follow this link: http://the1stline.com/

 

Game Roster

  • Jeremy Bracco – U.S. National U-17/18 Team, Kitchener Rangers OHL, Drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs 2015
  • Charlie McAvoy – U.S. National U-17/18 Team, Boston University (NCAA Division I) 2015, Drafted by Boston Bruins 2016
  • Adam Fox – U.S. National U-17/18 Team, Harvard University (NCAA Division I) 2016, Drafted by the Calgary Flames 2016
  • Zach Josepher Michigan State / SUNY – Oswego (NCAA Division I), CHL (St. Charles Chill), Missouri Mavericks ECHL
  • Matt Vidal – Holy Cross (NCAA Division I), Atlanta Gladiators ECHL
  • Danny Linell – Boston College (NCAA Division I) – 2012 NCAA National Champions
  • KJ Tiefenwerth – Quinnipiac (NCAA Division I)
  • Alex Hagen – St. Lawrence (NCAA Division I)
  • Zach Gomiela – Marist (NCAA Division III), Danbury Whalers (FHL)
  • Ollie Williams –  Stonehill College (NCAA Division III)
  • Ben Kravitz – Babson College (NCAA Division III)
  • Joe DePietto – Babson College (NCAA Division III)
  • Ronald Fishman – Middleburry (NCAA Division III)
  • Dylan Holze – Wesleyan (NCAA Division III) 2015
  • PJ McCaddenWestfield State (NCAA Division III)
  • Frankie PosillicoNichols (NCAA Division III)
  • Travis Army – Stonehill College (NCAA Division III)
  • Tyler FallicaWorcester (NCAA Division III)
  • Rob Dorgan – Stonehill College (NCAA Division III)
  • Anthony D’elia – Stonehill College (NCAA Division III)
  • Brendan McGovern – Middleburry (NCAA Division III)
  • Aidan SalernoBuffalo Jr. Sabres (OJHL)

 

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2013 Fundraiser Game

Game Roster

  • Anthony Bitetto – Nashville Predators (NHL)
  • Kevin Goumas – Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL)
  • Adam Fox – U.S. National U-17/18 Team, Committed to Harvard University (2016), Drafted by the Calgary Flames 2016
  • Brandon Fortunato – U.S. National U-17 Team, Committed to Harvard University (2014)
  • Justin Agosta – University of New Hampshire (NCAA Division I), Charlet Checkers AHL
  • Danny Linell – Boston College (NCAA Division I) – 2012 NCAA National Champions
  • Zack Stone – Northeastern University (NCAA Division I)
  • Daniel Lafontaine – Avon Old Farms (USHR Division I), Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL), Canisius College (NCAA Division I)
  • Matt Vidal Holy Cross (NCAA Division I), Atlanta Gladiators ECHL
  • Alex Hagen – St. Lawrence (NCAA Division I)
  • Sal Magliocco – Elmira College (NCAA Division III), 2014 ECAC West Champions
  • Ollie Williams –  Stonehill College (NCAA Division III)
  • Ben Kravitz – Babson College (NCAA Division III)
  • Joe DePietto – Babson College (NCAA Division III)
  • Ronald Fishman – Middleburry (NCAA Division III)
  • Ian Coleman – Hobart (NCAA Division III)
  • Dylan Holze – Wesleyan University (NCAA Division III)
  • Nick Abbene –  Connecticut Yankees (USPHL), Tufts University  (NCAA Division III)
  • Matt Crescione – Framingham State University (NCAA Division III)

 

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