Holy Name Varsity Hockey

  • Overall Record: 15 - 8 - 2
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Great Lakes Hockey League Weekly – Vol. 7, No. 2

This week in the Great Lakes Hockey League Weekly, Brennan Dickey was named the GLHL Player of the Week.   GLHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK: BRENNAN DICKEY, HOLY NAME Holy Name senior Brennan Dickey was selected as the first Great Lakes Hockey League Player of the Week for the 2019-20 season.  Dickey leads all area players in scoring

Winter Sports Tryouts and Meeting Dates

Winter Sports tryouts begin soon! All students who are interested in trying out for a sport must have a complete and signed current physical form on file.  Physicals must be uploaded to Privit, which Holy Name uses to manage all student-athlete physicals.   If you need to set up an account, please see the Parent Instructions on how to set

Craig Patton Named Head Varsity Ice Hockey Coach

Holy Name High School is pleased to announce that Craig Patton has been named the head varsity ice hockey coach. Patton will take the program over from Tim Sullivan, and will assume all head coaching duties immediately. Prior to Holy Name, Patton was the head ice hockey coach at Cleveland State University. He also was

Hockey District Final Presale Tickets on sale now

Holy Name’s Varsity Hockey team will play St. Ignatius on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 1:00 pm. The District Final will be played at the Brooklyn Recreation Center. Tickets will be on sale for $7.00 in the School’s Main Office beginning at noon on Monday until 3:30 pm on Friday.  Large crowds are expected for this game, so pre-sale tickets

Hockey Semifinal presale tickets on sale now!

Holy Name’s Varsity Hockey team will play St. Ed’s on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 5:00 pm. The Regional Semifinals  will be played at the Brooklyn Recreation Center. Tickets will be on sale for $7.00 in the School’s Main Office until 3:30 pm on Thursday and Friday. Go Green Wave!  

Not Done Yet

Every season, players rotate in and out of the Holy Name Ice Hockey organization. Throughout the past sixteen years, there have been two constants: Coaches Tim Sullivan and Jason Levanduski. Compared to the other sports played by the Green Wave, Ice Hockey is relatively new addition to the school’s lineup. According to Sullivan, “[In] 2002,

HN Hockey Ranked Second in State

The Holy Name Ice Hockey Team is currently ranked second among fellow OHSAA programs! At last weekend’s Fr. Tony McNamara Memorial Hockey Tournament in Niagara Falls, ONT, the Green Wave finished fourth out of 26 teams, with 23 of those teams from Canada. This weekend, HN plays in the Padua Holiday Tournament at OBM Arena