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Prep Boys Hockey

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The Prep Hockey Spartans joined the QIHL in 2017-18 and now the RSEQ since June 2021. The team is comprised of recruited student-athletes from Grades 9 to 12. Having developed a reputation as a talented and hard-nosed group to play against, the team has challenged for the QIHL league title every year since being a part of the new conference. In addition, this group also plays fixtures in New England and other parts of Canada. The very best prep players move on to our varsity team. In 2022-23, the Spartans won the RSEQ Metropolitaine league and Northwood Tournament.

2023-24 Schedule

List of 32 events.

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Prep U16 Hockey News

List of 16 news stories.

  • Athlete of the Week: Trofim Godochkin

    The student-athlete from Prague, had a very impressive start to the playoffs. After the long March break, he led the charge in our ¼ final game against Selwyn house posting 4 goals and 3 assists in 2 games. His was also very responsible defensively in the series. Athlete of the week, from Prep Boys Hockey, Trofim Godochkin.
  • Athlete of the Week: Ian Nicholson

    This student-athlete from Darien, Connecticut had a tremendous weekend on and off the ice. Ian put the prep boys hockey team and his teammates above his own personal objectives. He stayed disciplined, blocked shots and was a positive presence on the bench. His coach said, “It was awesome to see such a great attitude coming from one of the leaders on the team. As the team heads into playoffs, this is the character we need to see.” Ian was rewarded for his efforts by scoring the game-winning goal on Saturday. For his great overall attitude and his game winning goal, athlete of the week, from Prep Boys Hockey, Ian Nicholson.
  • Athlete of the Week: Adam Larsson

    From Turku, Finland, Adam Larsson took the reins of the Spartan attack during Friday night’s prep boys hockey win vs Selwyn House, scoring three of the team’s four goals in a 4-3 win. Showing tremendous leadership on and off the ice, Adam led the charge again during Saturday’s 10-1 win over Selwyn House, posting two more goals and one assist.  For putting up a total of five goals and one assist in two games and for his tremendous leadership, congratulations Athlete of the Week Adam Larsson.
  • Changing of the Guard for Prep Boys Hockey

    Stanstead’s prep boys hockey team will see a change in the coaching staff for the 2022-2023 season. James Rioux will be stepping down as head coach after 7 years to focus solely on his role as Director of Hockey Operations. Taking his place will be former NHL player Olivier Magnan. Coaching by his side and continuing his responsibilities with the team will be assistant coach, Guy Ouellet.
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  • Hockey Weekend Recap - April 28 - May 1

    Over the past weekend, the prep boys competed in the RSEQ M18 D1 Provincial Championship in Quebec City, and the varsity girls headed to Winnipeg, Manitoba to compete in the Female World Sports School Championship (FWSSC).
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  • Athlete of the Week: Adam Larsson

    This past week the prep boys hockey team played their semi-final series vs College St-Anne. Friday night the team were in a 2-2 tie before this first-year Grade 10 student from Turku, Finland sniped the game winner and then added an empty netter for a 4-2 win.
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  • Hockey Weekend Update – March 11-13 

    Championship wins, heartbreak losses, and regular season play fueled this weekend’s Spartans Hockey. Varsity girls competed in the JWHL Playoff Tournament in Boston, Varsity Boys competed in the CPSHA Championship Tournament in Toronto and both prep teams held down the fort at home. 
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  • Athlete of the Week: Eli Antoine

    This past weekend the prep boys hockey team played three games in three days, and Eli Antoine from Varennes, Quebec was a force to be reckoned with, leading the Spartan charge. Overall, he tallied 5 goals and 3 assists in the three games, resulting an 8-point performance. Statistics aside, Eli was simply a dominant leader, competing hard and generating opportunities every time he was on the ice. Most importantly, this Grade 11 student plays the game the right way, with gentlemanly class and sportsmanship. It was great team effort this weekend, and Eli was a big part of it. Congratulations, Eli. 
  • Hockey Week Recap - December 1-5

    Varsity girls and prep boys traveled to their respective tournaments in Ontario and Quebec City over the weekend. The varsity boys were away across the border for the weekend. The prep girls held down the fort here at home for a pair of games.
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  • Congratulation to Coach Pimm on his 100th win as varsity girls coach.

    Hockey Weekend Recap – November 19-21 

    Varsity Boys
    This Sunday’s game was the sole game for the varsity boys this weekend. They faced off against Kimball Union Academy at the Pat Burns Arena 
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  • Hockey Weekend Recap – November 4-7

    The varsity boys headed to Minnesota to compete in one exhibition game and the 2021 Upper Midwest HS International Invitational Tournament. Also on the road, the prep girls headed to Port Hope to face Trinity College School for a double-header. The prep boys stayed home to host John Rennie in a pair of games.
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  • Hockey Weekend Recap – October 30-31

    This past weekend, the varsity boys and prep boys played at home, while the prep girls traveled for their first game in program history.
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  • Athlete of the Week: Benoit Forget

    By Erik Van Dyke
    This week’s Athlete of the Week is a study in perseverance.
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  • A New Way to Watch Hockey

    This weekend, Stanstead College Hockey will debut its new streaming system at the Pat Burns Arena via Gameonstream. It will bring a whole new experience to watching games and practices online.
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  • Athlete of the Week: Ryan Johnson

    Ryan has always been a talented, coachable and dependable member of the prep U16 hockey team, but this week’s Athlete of the Week really hit his stride over the past week and a half.
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  • Athlete of the Week: Felix Filiatrault

    We’re not sure what this week’s Athlete of the Week did over the summer vacation, but Felix Filiatrault has returned this year stronger and more dynamic in all areas of the ice.
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Coaches 2022-23

Olivier Magnan, head coach

Guy Ouellet, assistant coach