In a recent interview with NESV’s Fran Mackin, Peter Tselikis – Director of Facility Operations – shared his career path that led him to The Rinks at NESV and his passion for the ice.Details
Recently, NESV correspondent Fran Mackin interviewed “The Barn” Executive Chef Helder Vasconcelos, who discussed his career and the recent opening of “The Barn Restaurant.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. – David Boucher knew something was wrong three winters ago when his 4½-year-old son was having temper problems every Tuesday morning, after coming home the previous night from a late practice with his hockey team and going to bed at 9 p.m.
“I went and researched why” the practice was so late, Boucher recalled, “and there was a lack of ice in the area, so at that point, I said, ‘I need to do something.’ “
What Boucher did was team up with his friend, Joseph Fitzpatrick, to create the New England Sports Village, a state-of-the-art sports complex located at 1395 Commerce Way, just a slap shot away from Route 95, off the Route 123 exit.
By next year, the complex will have everything – from top-notch athletic facilities to restaurants and lodging – a family would want in one location without having to travel to different destinations.Details
Providence Journal, April 14, 2017 ATTLEBORO — Two realities about youth sports spurred developers David Boucher and Joseph Fitzpatrick: an astounding figure of $7 billion — and vending-machine pretzels. The $7 billion is what parents spend each year in America getting their kids to sports practices, games and tournaments, according to the National Association of…Details
NESV will offer some great hockey programs during April Vacation. These camps and clinics are designed to help young hockey players with a fun experience and an opportunity to improve their game.
DAJ Hockey Body Checking/Body Positioning Camp
It’s vital that young hockey players are fully prepared when entering the age levels where body checking and increased body contact are legal.
Size and strength play a limited role if players are properly trained on body position, angles, correct posture, etc.
The players will be split by level. Pee Wee will focus on body position, body contact and puck protection. Bantams will focus on these skills, plus body checking and hitting.
Your young hockey player will be ready for the next level after this camp.Details