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U-14 Maine Moose in National Tourney

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The Maine Moose under 14 hockey team is headed to Hackensack, New Jersey for the Tier ll Youth 14U National Championship tourney. The team is headed out Tuesday, April 1st for their first round robin play on Wednesday, April 2nd.

The first team they will face is the South Burlington, Vermont team at 10 a.m. and their second will be Thursday against Littleton, Colorado Hawks at 10:30 a.m. If the Moose finish in the top two of their round robin division they’ll move on to the single elimination tournament.

The Moose went 5-0 to win the Maine State tournament with three shut outs. All of the Maine Moose under 14 games will be streamed live on fasthockey.com.

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