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Help the Syracuse Spartans support Griffin's Guardians
by posted 06/18/2018

Take me out to the Ball Game!!!

The Syracuse Spartans will take on the Onondaga Flames on Saturday, June 23 to raise money for Griffin's Guardians. The Spartans are a collegiate wooden bat baseball program that promotes community service as well as sportsmanship and athletic development.  The game will begin at 5 p.m. at Hopkins Road Park, 4821 Hopkins Rd., Liverpool.  Tickets are $2, but youth hockey players get in for free!  The night will include fun on-field promotions and a 50-50 raffle, with proceeds to benefit Griffin's Guardians.  Last year, the Spartans Crush Cancer night for Griffin's Guardians raised more than $400 and was one of the largest fundraiser nights for the inaugural season.

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Welcome Back Players and Parents
by posted 05/22/2018

Let it Begin!

Welcome back parents and players!  The coaches are excited to start the "process"!  Setting goals, working harder and preperation are all things that are going to make our team that much better.  One of the things that us as coaches and the organization are going to work on this year is creating a great culture.  We obviously want to field a great product on the ice, but more importantly we want to mold our players into role models off the ice.  We want to do things the right way and remember that there are players at younger levels that follow our lead.  Let's make that lead worth following!  So let it begin!!!

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The Rebranding of an Organization
by posted 05/22/2018

A New Direction, with a New Logo

The board of directors has had several meeetings over the course of the last couple of months.  We have had some productive conversations about change in a positive direction.  Our marketing committee sat down and came up with a new organization identity.  We still acknowledge our old logo and won't forget the past, but felt it was time to freshen it up a bit.  Thanks for all of the hard work put in to get this done everyone!

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by posted 04/27/2018


There is excitement and positive energy in the air out at the Cicero Twin Rinks.  The announcement of Scott Montagna as president has everyone geared up for a change in how things are going to be done from top to bottom.  Scott's enthusiasm and passion for the game of hockey made him the prefect choice to help lead the organization in the right direction.  "Creating culture" have been the most used words from President Montagna over the last couple of months.  There have been several productive board meetings since Scott has been appointed president of the organization.  All of the committees have been formed and have already started working on our transformation process.  Our main goal as an organization is to make sure we take care of everyone in it!  From mite to midget, figure skating to broom ball, male or female, AAA or house, we are one organization, one family!

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