The mission of the Vermont Shamrocks is to provide hockey players an opportunity to play select level hockey while still playing for their local association or high school teams. Shamrock players are loyal leaders of their local association teams, yet the

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The VT Shamrocks do not host a full 'split-season' 14U program, but have historically offered several high level tournament teams to top players looking for a little more beyond their home winter program.  In additon, the Rocks will host a new skills program for 2003 eligble players.

14U Skills Program:
Information will be relaesed soon, and this program is by invitation only.  Players who will be offered a spot will be conteacted by Brent Truchon over the summer.

14U Fall Tournament Teams:  
Dan French will be coordinating these two tourney teams.  Players will be invited to play on each team. Additional players interested in playing should contact Dan French at:
  c: (603) 381-5428  h: (802) 649-5427

The team will attend two tournaments:

‚ÄčThe Christopher Cup
September 2-3 (Labor Day weekend)
Quincy, MA.  
Cost will be about $70 per player.  Other teams attending include some of the top Tier II teams in the Northeast, including :Bay State Breakers, Boston Jr. Eagles, Buffalo Bisons, Charles River Blazers, East Coast Wizards, Mid Fairfield Stars, Mass. Spitfires.

Cranberry Classic
November 24-26 (Thanksgiving weekend) 
Cape Cod 
Cost will be about $90/player.  This is one of the traditionally biggest and best girls tournaments on the calendar, with top teams attending from all ove rthe country and Canada.  Will be highly competitive and offers opportunity for great exposure.