WELCOME TO TWICE AS STRONG HOCKEY
LET US INTRODUCE OURSELVES

The birth of the Twice As Strong Hockey Program was the result of the April 15, 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings and two brothers who were tragically injured  that day.  These two brothers from a small town outside of Boston Massachusetts who both lost a leg, but never their determination or positive attitude; together they were twice as strong.

On Saturday May 31, 2014, Twice As Strong took to the ice for the very first time. Captured their first Championship and have never looked back. At the completion of the 2015 season, minor changes 

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Most people get excited about the games, but we get excited about practices, because that’s our classroom.

All age eligible players are invited to attend a Twice As Strong Player Development Camp held each spring. These ten week camps offer weekly 60 minute training sessions allowing players to improve and develop their skills. Players also have the opportunity to demonstrate these skills in weekly coached league games. 

The Twice As Strong Hockey Player Development Camp is a place to train, compete, and develop your skills with other players of all levels from various communities throughout the state.

 

Best of all, its an environment where you can "Discover The Champion In You."

This spring train with us and "Make your third period TWICE AS STRONG as your first."

Explore - Dream - Discover The Champion In You

 

2020 U14 Head Coach Rob Wright

2020 U18 Head Coach James Cerrato 

On March 10th the Governor of Massachusetts declare a State of Emergency based on CDC COVID-19 recommendations.

Twice As Strong Hockey in the best interest of all, immediately canceled our tryouts schedule for Wednesday March 11, 2020.

 

Applying all the protocols recommended by the state and CDC; on Monday June 22, 2020. TAS Hockey, "Return to the Ice Skills Clinic" took to the ice with the objective to return 

players safely back on to the ice .

2019 U14 TAS Head Coach

Robbie Wright

Record 6 - 4 - 2

 

2019 U18 TAS Blue Head Coach

 Scott Tamagna

Record 4 - 6 - 0

 

2019 U18 TAS White Head Coach 

Craig Richards

Record 6 - 4 - 2

2018 U14 TAS Head Coach 

Robbie Wright

Record 9 - 1 - 1

2018 U18 TAS Head Coach 

Rollie Buoncuore

Record 5 - 5 - 2

2017 VHL CHAMPIONS

U14 TAS Head Coach 

John LaPiana

Record 10- 1 - 0

2016  U12 TAS Head Coach 

John LaPiana

Record 5 - 4 - 2

2015 U12 TAS Head Coach 

Bill Keefe

Record 4 - 6 - 1

2014 VHL CHAMPIONS

U18 TAS Head Coach

 Scott Tamagna

Record 6 - 1 - 1

PLAYOFF MVPS:  Jonah Hadley and

Bryan Jackson, Twice As Strong Hockey

2014 - OUR HISTORY - 2020
VHL CHAMPIONS​​
2014  2017
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Twice As Strong Hockey  -  PO Box 761127  -  Melrose, Massachusetts  -  781-835-0922  -