US National Champions - Senior Division
Established in 1975


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Results for Present - 2000

 
 
2010 Winner - Leominster        , Leominster
 Runner-Up  Score  Awards  Leading Scorer
       
 
 
 
2009 Winner- Leominster          , Leominster MA

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2008 Winner- Leominster Rams, Leominster Ma
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer

Pittsburgh United
Pittsburgh, Pa

3- 2 OT MVP - Bobby Housser Rams
MVD -Steve Kendall Rams
MVG - John Rethage United
Ryan Jones - United
9 G 4 A 13  Pts
Highlights
Highlights are coming soon!

2007 Winner- Leominster Rams, Leominster Ma
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Gr Boston Stars
Boston Ma
3- 0 MVP- Pete McKenna Rams
MVD- Joe Russo Rams
MVG - Toy Coridio Stars
Tim Richard - Rams
4 G 6 A 10 Pts
Highlights
Highlights are coming soon!

2006 Winner - Leominster Jets, Leominster MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Team Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
2 - 1 OT MVP - Cody Warila (Jets)
MVD - Dave Williams(Pittsburgh)
MVG - Bobby Vorse(Jets)
Cody Warila - Jets
6 G 6 A 12 Pts
Highlights
The Jets Coached by Bob Vorse edged a powerful Leominster Elite team in the Semi's to win 2-1 & advance to the Finals vs Team Pittsburgh, and for the 2nd straight year Pittsburgh lost in OT 2-1. Pitttsburgh got some revenge defeating the 2005 Champions the Rams 3-2 in OT. In the Final the Jets tied the game with 27 seconds left,  on a goal mouth deflection by  Matt Levesque assisted by Cody Warlia & Nick Caponi and send it into OT . Steve Russell had scored earlier for Pittsburgh assisted by Frank Tedesco & Adam Teresciewz.. Half way through the OT Steve Shaw's wrist shot found the mark and clinched the Championship for the Jets. The Jets compised of Freshmen players went on to win the Freshmen Nationals in Pittsburgh. Many of the same players were on the 06 Ball Hockey World Champions U20  in Aosta, Italy

2005 Winner - Leominster Rams, Leominster MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Team Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
2 - 1 OT MVP - Steve Kendell (Rams)
MVD - Conan Langlois (Rams)
MVG - Al Pater (Pittsburgh)
Jeff Dadarrio - Stars
10 G 5 A 15 Pts
Highlights
The Rams, coached by Chris MacKenzie and backboned by Rick Breau's goaltending, captured the title for the second straight year. The OT goal by Brian Reynolds was set up by Conan Langlois, his 2nd assist of the game.

2004 Winner - Leominster Rams, Leominster MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Leominster Elite
Leominster, MA
7 - 4 MVP - Brian Renynolds (Rams)
MVD - Craig Holman (Rams)
MVG - Shaun Comeau (Elite)
Brian Reynolds - Rams
6 G 6 A 12 Pts
Highlights
The Rams, coached by Ray Richard, were down 4 - 2 mid-way through the 2nd period and then rallied with 5 goals to win 7-4. The Rams late rally was led by Brain Reynolds (1 goal 2 assists) & Craig Holman (2 goals & 1 assist).

2003 Winner - Greater Boston Stars, Boston MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Leominster Rams
Leominster, MA
4 - 3 MVP - Josh Mckenna (Rams)
MVD - Doug Sedille (Stars)
MVG - Tony Coridio (Stars)
Dante Suarez - Rams
4 G 10 A 14 Pts
Highlights
Peter Walter, coach of the Stars and Dennis Beaupre's stellar goaltending edged the Rams 4 - 3. The Rams outshot the Stars 30-16. Doug Cedille's OT goal sealed the Championship for the Stars.

2002 Winner - Leominster Rams, Leominster MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Gr. Boston Stars
Boston, MA
2 - 1 MVP - Ted Reynolds (Rams)
MVD - Chris MacKenzie (Rams)
MVG - Rick Breau (Rams)
Jeff Dadarrio - Stars
1 G 10 A 11 Pts
Highlights
The Rams Chris MacKenzie blasted home a Ted Reynolds clutch draw 18 seconds into OT. It was Reyonlds second assist of the game. Both goalies, Rick Breau (16 saves) and Dennis Beaupre (26 saves) were brilliant in goal.

2001 Winner - Greater Boston Stars, Boston MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Mid-Atlantic Titans
Long Island, NY
4 - 3 MVP - Jeff Dadarrio (Stars)
MVD - Mike Goodey (Titans)
MVG - Dennis Beaupre (Stars)
Jeff Dadarrio - Stars
9 G 5 A 14 Pts
Highlights
The Stars coached by Peter Walters, got an unassisted goal by Conan Langlois with only 7 seconds left in the game for the Championship win. Stars outshot the Titans 24 to 17.

2000 Winner - Leominster Rams, Leominster MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Pittsburgh Nuggets
Pittsburgh, PA
5 - 2 MVP - Craig Holman (Rams)
MVD - Tom Perla (Rams)
MVG - Ed Lyonnaise (Rams)
Frank Tedesco - Nuggets
5 G 7 A 12 Pts
Highlights
Chris Housser player/coach, helped guide the Rams to a 5 - 2 victory. Ted Reynolds assisted on the final 3 goals by Craig Holman, Dante Suarez and Steve Kendall to cinch the victory. The Rams gave up only 11 shots while firing 21 on goal.

 


Results for 1999 - 1990

1999 Winner - Gr. Boston SUAP, Boston, MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Leominster Rams
Leominster, MA
3 - 1 MVP - Jeff Dadarrio (SUAP)
MVD - Tom Perla (Rams)
MVG - Dennis Beaupre (SUAP)
Dante Suarez - Rams
6 G 6 A 12 Pts
Highlights
Coached by Peter Walters SUAP won a defensive battle leading 2-0 most of the game on goals Jeff Dadarrio and Rick Hudson. The Rams closed the gap and pressed in the 3rd period until Dadarrio's 2nd goal an empty netter, clinched the Championship.

1998 Winner - New Jersey Force, NJ
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Leominster Rams
Leominster, MA
4 - 3 MVP - Ted Renynolds (Rams)
MVD - Tom Perla (Rams)
MVG - MIke Zambon (Force)
Ted Reynolds - Rams
8 G 4 A 12 Pts
Highlights
The Rams jumped out to a 2-0 1st Pd lead on goals by Craig Holman & Chris Housser, the Force rallied with 4 straight goals by, Bob Majors, Steve Garcia, Al Giatti & Brook Smith. Chris Long added 3 assists. Steve Kendall of the Rams closed the gap to 4-3 with 2:33 left. MVG Mike Zambon turned back 30 shots in the nets for the Force.

1997 Winner - Long Island Shock, Long Island, NY
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Leominster Rams
Leominster, MA
5 - 2 MVP - Brain Kalina (Shock)
MVD - Tom Perla (Rams)
MVG - Jim Bennet (Shock)
Bill Laurice - Shock
5 G 6 A 11 Pts
Highlights
The Shock coached by Jay Machin took a 2-0 lead on goals by Matt Clark & Bryan Kalina, the Rams, Ted Reynolds & Mark Shannon tied the game at 2-2 mid way through the 2nd. The Shock got 3 more tallies by Paul Baker, Kalina his 2nd and Baker again. The Shock outshot the Rams 30 to 25.

1996 Winner - Leominster Rams, Leominster MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
NISC All Stars
Newton, MA
2 - 1 MVP - Mark Shannon (Rams)
MVD - Mark Holman (Rams)
MVG - Rick Breau (Rams)
Mark Shannon - Rams
8 G 3 A 11 Pts
Highlights
The Rams coached by Jean Guy Gagnon won the Nationals for the first time since 92'. The Rams took a 1-0 lead on a shot by Chris Housser mid way through the game. The Kings Mark Shea tied the game with 3:43 left and only 18 seconds later Mark Shannon scored in the clutch as he launched a bullet from 35' past NISC goalie Roger Lee for the win. The Rams outshot the Kings 27 to 25.

1995 Winner - NISC All Stars, Newton, MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Lowell Raiders
Lowell, MA
3 - 1 MVP - Mike Rauch (Raiders)
MVD - Tom Hill (NISC)
MVG - Roger Lee (NISC)
Craig Holman - Rams
4 G 7 A 11 Pts
Highlights
The Kings took a commmanding lead over the Raiders with (3) 2nd pd goals by Tommy Hill, Dan Poirier, & Jonny Langone. Roger Lee was stingy saving 33 shots, allowing only Raiders Frank VanCoppenolle to score.

1994 Winner - Lowell Raiders, Lowell, MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Long Island Dreamers
Long Island, NY
3 - 1 MVP - Geno Pare (Raiders)
MVD - Mark Goodey (Dreamers)
MVG - Phil Perrin (Raiders)
Ted Reynolds - Rams
8 G 7 A 15 Pts
Highlights
The Raiders coached by Kevin Tremblay fell behind 1-0 on a L IS goal by Rob Weingartner. The Raiders backed by goalie Phil Perrin and goals by Jay Freitas & Ron Lavallee put their team up 2-1. Lee Nagler added an empty netter to clinch the Championship. L IS outshot the Raiders 27 to 20.

1993 Winner - Leominster Kings, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Leominster Rams
Leominster, MA
2 - 1 MVP - Dan Poirier (Kings)
MVD - Tom Hill (Rams)
MVG - Roger Lee (Kings)
Dan Poirier - Kings
12 G 4 A 16 Pts
Highlights
Coached by Billy Sicard the Kings nipped the defending champions 2-1. All scoring took place in the 1st, as the Rams took the lead just 23 seconds into the game as Mark Holman converted a pass from Chris Housser. Kings tied the game on a goal by Tony Silvestry assisted by Joe Russo. The winner scored by Dan Montaquila from Steve McKinney at the end of first was the winner. The Rams outshot the Kings 37 to 25 and in the third pd 17 to 6.

1992 Winner - Leominster Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Gr. Boston Seahawks
Lancaster, PA
4 - 3
O.T.
MVP - Ray Richard (Rams)
MVD - Ron Lostracco (Rams)
MVG - Rick Breau (Rams)
Frank McNulty - Seahawks
7 G 5 A 12 Pts
Highlights
The classic rivalry met once more with Rams Coached by Dave Kornik edging the Seahawks 4-3 in OT, on a blast from Rams defenceman Ron Lostracco . The Rams fell behind 3-1 to Seahawk snipers Jim Connell & Bobby Taylor (2) goals. Rams got a pair from Ray Richard then the tying goal from Mark Shannon, with 2:24 left in the game. Lostracco and Paul MacLean also added 2 assists each. The Seahawks were outshot 29 to 21.

1991 Winner - Coram Canadiens, Long Island, NY
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Boston Braves
Boston, MA
2 - 0 MVP - Dave Bennett (Canadiens)
MVD - Tony Scardino (Canadiens)
MVG - Tony Coridio (Braves)
Mark Cortez - RI Selects
8 G 6 A 14 Pts
Highlights
With 26 teams entered this was the last US National Elimination tournament, all other events went to Round Robin format. The Coram Canadiens shutout the Boston Braves 2-0, Mike Soper & Nick Cordovano each scored. As the Champions outshot the Braves 26 to 18.

1990 Winner - Leominster Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score Awards Leading Scorer
Leominster Saints
Leominster, MA
2 - 1
O.T.
MVP - Mark Holman (Rams)
MVD - Steve Kendall (Saints)
MVG - Rick Breau (Rams)
Mark Holman - Rams
5 G 7 A 12 Pts
Chis Housser - Rams
4 G 8 A 12 Pts
Highlights
The Rams coached by Jean Guy Gagnon outshot the defending Champion Saints 27 to 17 & won in Overtime, as Mark Holman converted a pass from Ron Lostracco for the victory. Mark Shannon scored the first Rams goal assisted by Chris Housser & Holman. The Saints Dan Poirier tied the game assisted by Joe Tusia & Steve Kendall.


Results for 1989 - 1980

1989 - Winner: Leominster Saints, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Wizards
Lancaster, PA

3 - 2

Craig Holman
Saints

MVD
Craig Rice
Wizards

Tom Perla
Saints

Ted Long
Wizards
10 G 3 A 13 Pts

Highlights
The Saints coached by Fabio Bottazzi edged Mark Madden's Wizards 3-2 on two 1st pd goals by Craig Holman, late in the 2nd pd Ted Long cut the lead by one and less than a minute later Saints got some insurance as Jeff Pratt scored. Craig Rice scored on a Ted Long passs to narrow the lead, but the Saints hung on to win. The Wizards outshot the Saints 20 to 15.

1988 - Winner: Lynn Seahawks, Lynn, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Leominster Rams
Leominster, MA

6 - 3

Frank McNulty
Seahawks

MVD
Dan Broderick
Seahawks

Kevin Willis
Seahawks

Frank McNulty
Seahawks
12 G 9 A 21 Pts

Highlights
The Rams & Seahawks Player/Coached by Dan Broderick (MVD) met again in the final . The Seahawks took a commanding 3-0 lead on goals by Larry Blauvelt, Dave Almeida, & Burt Dissinger. Rams Kevin Boccia made it 3-1, then Frank McNulty and Joe Shannon added two more,  5-1.  Rams rallied on goals by Barry Sicard & Dave Breau to cut the lead to 5-3, until Blauvelt scored his 2nd of the came to clinch the title. Seahawks outshot the Rams 29-25.

1987 - Winner: Leominster Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Lynn Seahawks
Lynn, MA

5 - 3

Chris Housser
Rams

MVD
Mark Holman
Rams

Rick Breau
Rams

Chris Housser
Rams
6 G 8 A 14 Pts

Highlights
In a tightly fought battle the Rams coached by Tom Deery won 5-3. The Seahawks Larry Blauvelt scored first from Bobby Taylor, Rams Tom Cochrane tied the game from Ron Lostracco & Chris Housser. Early in the 2nd pd Dan Broderick scored unassisted, less than a minute later Housser tied things up from Mark Shannon. Blauvelt gave his team the lead again with his 2nd of the game. The Rams, Shannon evened the game from Housser &  Ray Richard. The Housser's 2nd goal proved to be the winner, assisted by Mark Holman,  mid way through the 3rd pd, clinced the victory. Holman rounded out the scoring with an empty netter. The Seahawks outshot the Rams 26-25.

1986 - Winner: Coram Canadiens, Long Island, NY
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Leominster Rams
Leominster, MA

2 - 1
OT

Nick Cordovano
Canadiens
MVD
Dave Guitar
Rams

Paul Dolan
Canadiens

Mark Holman
Rams
6 G 9 A 15 Pts.
Ray Richard
Rams
6 G 9 A 15 Pts

Highlights
The Coram Canadiens coached by Brian Jackson edged the Rams 2-1 in OT.  In the Semi's the Rams defeated the Wizards 6-2, and the Canadiens beat Bill's All Stars 3-0. The Rams defending Champions were minus starters Rick Breau & Chris Housser due to injuries, the Rams evened the score 1-1 on a Ray Richard shot from Mark Holman early in the 3rd pd. Frank Muscatiello had put the Canadiens in the lead but Nick Cordavano's unassisted clutch goal with 34 seconds remaining in OT gave Coram the victory. The Canadiens were oushot 26-16.

1985 - Winner: Leominster Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Farmingdale Capitals
Long Island, NY

4 - 3
OT

Chris Housser
Rams
MVD
Dave Guitar
Rams

Tom Vesco
Capitals

Chris Housser
Rams
3 G 12 A 15 Pts.

Highlights
The Rams coached by Tom Deery edged the Capitals from Long Is 4-3 in OT. In the Semi's the Capitals crushed the NB Cougars 10-3 & the Rams defeated the Keating Raiders 6-0. The Capitals took a first period 2-0 lead on goals by Mike Chambers & Mark O'Rourke, both assisted by Greg Pannell. Dave Guitar of the Rams cut the lead assisted by Chris Housser. Capitals Chris Juliano put his team up 3-1, but the Rams rallied with two goals by Joe Tusia, both assisted by Housser to tie the game and force OT. At 7:29 in OT Ray Richard converted a pass from Housser, his 4th assist of the game for the Championship.  The Rams outshot their opponents 33 to 21.


1984 - Winner: Bedford Chargers, Bedford, NH
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Score

Wizards
Lancaster, PA

6 - 5

Bert Dissenger
Wizards
MVD
Bob Proulx
Chargers

Andre Lambert
Chargers

Bert Dissenger
Wizards
11 G 3 A 14 Pts.
Chris Housser
Rams
10 G 4 A 14 Pts

Highlights
Coming Soon!

1983 - Winner: Can-Am Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

World Seahawks
Lynn, MA

2 - 1

Ray Richard
Rams

Kevin Willis
Seahawks

Chris Housser
Rams
8 G 12 A  20 Pts

Highlights
Coming Soon!

1982 - Winner: Standard Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Lancaster Express
Lancaster, PA

3 - 2
OT

Chris Housser
Rams

Tim Stoltzfus
Express

Chris Housser
Rams
12 G 10 A  22 Pts

Highlights

1981 - Winner: Standard Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Suffolk Royal Kings
Long Island, NY

4 - 0

Scott Jimenez
Kings

Rick Breau
Rams

Chris Housser
Rams
11 G 12 A 23 Pts

Highlights
Tournament experience paid off as the Rams got first period goals from Chris Housser, assisted by Barry Sicard & Rick Gallien then Ray Richard assisted by Mark Holman & Gallien. The Kings from Long Is outshot the Rams 11-6 in the the period. Two more Rams goals by Rick Gallien assisted by Holman & Rick Breau, then Dan Breau asssited by Richard finished off the Kings. The Rams coached by Tom Deery added a 3rd straight National Title.

1980 - Winner: Standard Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Woodlynne Raiders
Woodlynne, NJ

5 - 4

Dave Guitar
Rams

Larry Endicott
Raiders

Chris Housser
Rams
8 G 13 A 21Pts

Highlights
Dave Guitar scored the Overtime winner in the Semi's advancing the Rams. In the Final the Rams fell behind 2-0 to the Raiders on goals by Ed and Rick Vacca, then roared back with 3 (2nd) period goals, by Rick Galiien, Mark Holman, & Dave Guitar (shorhanded). The Rams added goals by Tom Poirier & Tom Pollack the winner for the 5-4 win.   Coming Soon the 1980 newsletter for the entire tournament summary.


Results for 1979 - 1975

1979 - Winner: Standard Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

County Kings
National Park, NJ

4 - 0

Dave Guitar
Rams

Rick Breau
Rams

Chris Housser
Rams
11 G 12 A 23 Pts.

Highlights
The Rams and Kings met for the second straight year.  Rams got goals from Mike Fimani, Dave Guitar, Mark Holman & Ray Richard. Assists went to Chris Housser, Rick Gallien, John Gallagher & Holman. The Rams dominated the defending Champions from the drop of the ball. Dave Guitar was a standout in the final with his end to end play.  In June of 1979, the Rams went on a tour, playing ball hockey teams throughout Canada. The trip began in Niagara Falls, ON and ended 21 days later in Moncton, NB. It was the first of its kind, using rules from both Dekhockey and Ball Hockey, set up by Ken White of the OBHA and Alan Tomalty of the CBHA. Details to follow


1978 - Winner: County Kings, National Park, NJ
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Standard Rams
Leominster, MA

4 -3
OT

Chris Housser
Rams

Steve Bartleson
Kings

Chris Housser
Rams
12 G 9 A  21 Pts

Highlights The County Kings from National Park NJ upset 2 time National Champions  the Leominster Rams in Overtime. The game looked like a lock for the Kings sitting on a 3-2 lead late in the 3rd pd. Chris Housser scored his second goal of the game with only 5 seconds left. Housser to a pass from Dave Boivin with the time running out and  fired a slapshot from his own defesive faceoff circle, over the shoulder of Kings Steve Bartleson to force OT. An unassisted goal at 5:01 in OT by Kings Lou Menfre clinched the title for his team. Rams Tom Poirier had oepned the scoring, assisted by Housser. The Kings scored the next two from Bill Read & Vince Ditullo, assists going to Bob Fisher, Joe Dehart & Read.


1977 - Winner: Standard Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Glenolden Gents
Glenolden, PA

7 - 2

Tom Poirier
Rams

Guy Gauvin
Rams

Chris Housser
Rams
7 G 10 A 17 Pts

Highlights
Chris Housser opened the scoring 44 seconds into the game Dave Guitar & Owen Juilas assisting. Housser added two more goals for the perfect Hat Trick. Guitar, Julias & Ray Richard had assists. Tom Poirier & Bruce Mandozzi added to make it 5-0, Housser, Julias, Richard & John Gallagher added assists.Rams Lee Baron &  Al Radicioni also scored for the Rams, assists going to Housser & Richard. John Begley & Will Senatore had the Griffin goals, with as assist to Ken Patterson. Tom Deery, now at the helm as Rams Coach, made it two straight Nationals.

1976 - Winner: Standard Rams, Leominster, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Team Roslindale
Roslindale, MA

3 - 2
OT

Dave Guitar
Rams

Mike Booth
Rams

Chris Housser
Rams
14 G 15 A 29 Pts

Highlights
Chris Housser, opened the scoring assisted by Tom Poirier at 3:41 of the 1st pd. Roslindale's Tucker Duggan tied the game late in the 2nd pd, and then took the lead on a goal by Bill Crehan. Poirier assisted by Housser tied the game with only  43 seconds left. Dave Guitar scored the OT winner, knocking in a slapshot out of mid-air from Housser. Coach Dave Kornik, guided the Rams to their 1st Tournament Championship.


1975 - Winner: Team Roslindale, Roslindale, MA
Runner-Up Score MVP MVG Leading Scorer

Boucher Flyers
Leominster, MA

5 -3

Chris Housser
Flyers

Dan Shea
Roslindale

Chris Housser
Flyers
14 G 13 A 27 Pts

Highlights
The 1st Official U.S. NATIONAL Street Hockey tournament held in Leominster, MA by ASHI.
(1st Internationals held in 1972)