The name “Stanstead College” has become synonymous with hockey excellence. Over the past decade, the school has developed one of the finest hockey programs in Eastern Canada, with top-notch training and an intensive schedule against highly competitive prep teams in New England and beyond. Over the years, Spartan alumni have gone on to play elite junior and college hockey and attend quality North American universities.
The Varsity Boys Spartans have developed a reputation as a smart, fast-skating team that can hold its own against the toughest competitors. More importantly, the program has turned out young men with the maturity, leadership skills and perseverance to succeed.
The Varsity Boys were the top team in the Midwest Hockey League Bower Division in 2015-16 but came up short in the MPHL playoffs.
Since being reintroduced in 2002, varsity girls hockey at Stanstead College has steadily grown in quality and reputation. With actively recruited scholar-athletes and a full schedule that includes a solid core of games against New England, Midwest and Canadian prep schools, today’s Girls Hockey Spartans are exciting, competitive and definitely a team to watch.
In 2015-16, The Stanstead Girls Spartans were undefeated in North American Prep Hockey Association play, winning the league and later the playoff championship. The girls capped off their season by capturing the North American Hockey Academy (NAHA) Tournament in Stowe and followed up by winning their own home invitational tournament. They also won the Philips-Exeter Tournament and were also finalists at the Northwood School Tournament in Lake Placid, NY.
Stanstead College also offers a junior varsity boys andbantam boys programs made up of younger aged boys who play a local high school and tournament-based schedule. In 2015-16, the Junior Varsity Spartans won the ETIAC league banner for the second straight year and then capped it off with the ETIAC playoff championship.
All three hockey teams at Stanstead College benefit from a schedule that begins in September and finishes in the middle of March. During the season, teams practice 3-5 times per week with 3-4 off-ice sessions as well. Our teams are proud to boast wonderful new state-of-the-art locker rooms in one of the finest new ice hockey facilities in Canada, the Pat Burns Arena.
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