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The Dix Hills Ice Rink was officially renamed  Clark Gillies Arena Saturday in honor of the late legendary Islanders’ hockey star.

The retired player and philanthropist, who lived in Greenlawn, died in January. He had served as captain of the Islanders from 1977 to 1979, and won the Stanley Cup four years in a row with them, from 1980 to 1983.

“I can say with 100% certainty that Clark would have been so proud of this honor that you have bestowed on him,” Pam Gillies, Clark’s wife, said in a speech. “I cannot tell you how happy Clark would have been to know that future generations of figure skaters and hockey players will be learning the game that he loved in a rink bearing his name.”


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 The AGHF is the newest name in United States Female Hockey. Beginning with the 2022-23 season, the AGHF will function as a USA Hockey Sanctioned Elite Youth Hockey League that facilitates games throughout the Mid-Atlantic. The AGHF was founded by some of the leading hockey organizations in the Mid-Atlantic.

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Homegrown Clinic continues at The Rinx.

This time we're focusing on goalies and 12u/10u girls. Skates will be on Mondays from April 25-May 30 at 6pm. 

The registration link is here:
Cost is $35/session or $180 for all 6. 
Open to all girls, not just Lady Islanders.