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COVID-19 UPDATE
by posted 03/18/2020

The Worcester Ice Center informed all clients on Tuesday, March 17, that a non-Junior Railers female hockey player who participated in a non-Junior Railers tournament at the WIC at 5 p.m. Sunday, March 8, has tested positive for the coronavirus. The Junior Railers’ last contracted ice on Sunday, March 8, was 9:30 a.m. The Railers' next contracted ice was 6 p.m. on Monday, March 9.

 
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Junior Railers 2009 AAA wins 2020 E-9 Championship!
by posted 03/08/2020


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by posted 02/20/2020


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2020-2021 Junior Railers AAA Tryout Series
by posted 02/19/2020


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2020-2021 Season Junior Railers HC Coaching Application
by posted 01/31/2020

 

The Junior Railers HC is the proud youth hockey partner of the Worcester Railers Hockey Club and the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center. The Junior Railers also play and practice at Holy Cross, the DCU Center, Horgan Rink in Auburn and Buffone Rink in Worcester. 

 

The objective of the Junior Railers is to provide a competitive and supportive environment where players of all ages and abilities can maximize their potential both on and off the ice. The foundation of the program is based on 33 years of experience and three core values: Integrity, Character, and Work Ethic. The emphasis of the program has been and will continue to be individual skills development, camaraderie and fair play. 

 
The Junior Railers have programs for those just starting out to AAA teams that participate in the E-9 and Boston Hockey LeaguesWith over 600 boys and girls on over 50 teams from 5-year-old Mosquitoes to 18-year-old Midgets, the Junior Railers truly have a team for every level hockey player!

 

The Junior Railers also have over 100 dedicated USA Hockey certified coaches. If you would like to become a Junior Railers coach click here to apply. All applications are confidential 

 

 

Bobby Butler 

Director of Hockey Operations 

 

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