The parking lot and street games are long gone, but the passion and desire to play competitive hockey resides in our hearts and minds.., now it's just played through aging, sore, and over-weight bodies.
"In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years."
Spring Season Restart schedule web page is now updated!
For a complete COVID-19 League restart Announcement and Updates, mandatory facility guidelines as well as Over-30 league mandatory playing guidelines now in place please see the "Spring Season Restart"Web Page... or click the link below:
We ask all players and league officials to click on the Spring Season Restart web page or hyperlink on the web site to read and become familar with both the facility guidelines as well as the league playing guidelines. EVERYONE MUST follow these guidelines or they will not be allowed to enter/remain in the facility nor play in any league games.
For entry into the facility for the 5:00 pm games, no one will be allowed to enter before 4:30 pm, as the league will be setting up and disinfecting. For the 6:00 games, a text policy will be in place with all team captains advising when their players can enter the facility, as gathering restrictions by the facility are in place.
All players and game officials are required to check-in underneath the scoreboard (wearing your mask), answer a few health questions, and have your temperature checked before entry onto the rink.
All players MUST wear their mask and or face covering while sitting on the bench, covering their mouth and nose. In addition, during any face offs, the centers, wings and defensemen at the faceoff standing next to another player MUST wear their mask and or face covering.
Week # 3
Saturday, November 28
BYE - Snow White
NEW Pink Stick shirt / stick bag Challenger # 17 - Ricky Cassano
The 17th challenger to take the Pink Shirt / Stick Bag Challenge is Ricky Cassano.
To beat this challenge, Ricky must record 14 pointsthis season.
Pass this challenge, and Ricky can join the exclusive brotherhood of Tony Bono, Scott Young, Dan Broderick, Nick Romano, Mauro Colucciello, Dominic Defrancisco, Jason Carrien and his Paisano brother Angelo Delucaall before him.
Fail, and Jason can live in infamy by joining Jim Barber, Matty Iannello, Tony Medeiros, John and Tony Mastrocola, Naz, Ray Dow and Cooch all before him.
It has been six months since Paul's stroke and one month since the last update. On October 30th, Paul was seen at Tufts Medical Center to be reevaluate for his swallowing. Unfortunately, he did not receive the best of news. Paul will require additional SPL therapy and is working with a speech/swallow specialist at MGH-Danvers where he will be re assessed in January.
About one week after his appointment, Paul was diagnosed with pneumonia due to aspiration, He was admitted to North Shore Medical Center for five days where he was treated and released back to Pilgrim Rehabilitation were he continues to recover and regain his strength. Paul has experienced several setbacks in his recovery and he continues to push forward each time he is pushed back. Paul works hard in all his therapies and prior to this last set back, Paul was standing and balancing on the parallel bars and was close to taking steps prior to his pneumonia.
Paul is looking forward to make some progress once he is strong enough to get back on his feet. Paul is still very humbled and overwhelmed by all of your support and donations since his Stroke and loves you all dearly.
Please keep Paul in your thoughts and prayers, especially now since the holidays are upon us. With that being said, I would like to ask if you have the time to text him a message or send him a card with your own personal message to keep his spirits up and motivation strong.
You can send your card to:
Pilgrim Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Facility 96 Forest St Peabody, MA 01960 c/o Paul Correia room#101
To anyone who wants to contribute to Paul's Go Fund me page, please visit the following link:
Nicely done Tony Medeiros in your tribute to Paul Correia
Paul the entire Shockwave team has your back!
New Weekly Award
When your turn 50 you get to look forward to two things.., a colonoscopy and your AARP membership card in the mail.
Now the Over-30 League is giving our senior players something else to look forward to each week with the new Over-50 players (only) weekly award.., with the new “Almost Approaching Retirement Player” of the week.
This small recognition is a two-fold award. One part is the recognition that you’re still competing at a recognizable level of play.., and the second part is you’re probably scared of retirement and social security income.., so we are awarding a $5 Scratch Ticket to the Over-50 weekly player with the hopes of adding to his retirement income. This could be your Over-30 League pension if you’re lucky enough like recently eligible defensemanMatty Iannello.
This single vote caster shall remain totally anonymous so as to not be bribed, threatened, coerced, or intimidated into voting for a particular player.., as we don’t want any collusion or potential meddling by the Russians.
Most of all.., these young “Whippersnappers” can’t win the award.., even if you 49-years and 364-days old.., you’re too young and you can’t win. You have to be 50!
A.A.R.P. Old timer award 11-7-2020
Zero Tolerance Policy
Zero Tolerance Policy
To all players in the Over-30 League:
This is a reminder that the league has a “Zero Tolerance Policy” in effect. When you participate in the league you acknowledge that it’s your responsibility to be respectful of all players, referees, scorekeepers, administrative support individuals and the facilities.
You are responsible for your actions, stick, and emotions at all times. The following are (some) examples of actions that will not be tolerated (along with minimum possible suspensions) and will lead to disciplinary action up to and including suspension along with possible expulsion from the league:
Verbal abuse of referees, players, scorekeepers and league administrators (misconduct, game misconduct, minimum of 1-2 games suspended)
Any physical contact with a referee, timer or administrator inside or outside the facility (misconduct, game misconduct, minimum of 2-3 games suspended)
Throwing or slamming of sticks agianst the boards or glass, rink floor, net, bench areas (minimum of unsportsmanlike conduct, misconduct or game misconduct and possible suspension)
Defacing or damaging the facilities (minimum of misconduct, game misconduct and suspension)
Abuse of facilities (minimum of game misconduct, 2-3 games suspended)
Any intent to injure occurrences (minimum of match penalty, game misconduct and suspension)
Continuous verbal outbursts whether directed at the referees, timer, opposing player, team mate or other individuals that becomes excessive
All incidents are reviewed by the League Director with input from the Board of Directors and all decisions are final. There is no appeals process.
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Weekly website updates and published dates
Home Page Update
Team Player Stats
Weekly Top 3 Stars
P.U.T.A. Forum and Game Summaries
Dunkin Donuts "Player of the Week"
Five Guys weekly Award
AARP Old Timers weekly Award
Pink Shirt / Stick Bag Challenge
Spring Scoring/G.A.A. Challenge
Player Spotlight Winner
League Photos (Winter 2019)
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Career All-Time Stats (regular season & playoffs)
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Historical summary of the Over-30 league
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Five Guys Player Of The Week
DUNKIN DONUT PLAYER OF THE WEEK 11-7-20
This week's Dunkin Donuts winner goes to Jake Brum of Drama Queens. Coming into the Over-30 league as a relative unknown player, and more importantly as a goalie, Jake let his play do the talking for him. Posting the season's first shutout, stopping all 25 shots he faced, the rookie left no doubt he will be one of the top goalies in the league. His squaring up to the shots along with his fluid easy movement side to side were on full display.
FIVE GUYS PLAYER OF THE WEEK 11-7-20
This week's Five Guys winnergoes to Shawn Mulcahy of Snow White. Even though he didn't show up on the scoresheet, Shawn played a solid all-around game. Making some heads up plays, keeping the ball in at the point, and disrupting his fair share of shots, Shawn did a lot of the little things that didn't get noticed but contributed to a steady defensive effort and performance.
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