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Coming this Spring! The 1st Annual Boston South Town Cup

Boston South Hockey and The Canton Ice House are proud to announce the 1st annual Boston South Town Cup this Spring. This tournament format is modeled after the Merrimack Valley Cup, New England County Cup, South Shore Town Cup, The Southeastern Town Cup, and The Granite State Cup. The mid-week tournament series promises to provide …

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Hockey Registrations Now Available

We are very pleased to announce that we have added the ability to register for hockey leagues right on our website. As of now, the high school hockey league is the only league available to register for, but others will be following. Registering for a hockey league is easy and secure here at the Canton …

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Cancellations due to Snow

The Canton Boy’s and Girl’s and Westwood High School games have been canceled today.  Make up games are as follows: Canton Girl’s vs. Franklin – 4PM Thursday, Feb 8 Canton Boy’s vs. Franklin –  7:30 PM Thursday, Feb 8 Westwood vs. Ashland – TBD  

Seth Dichard Golf Center

NOW OPEN. The Seth Dichard is now open.  Call 781-613-8906 or email jordan@sethdichardgolf.com to make a tee-time or book a lesson. Learn about the Seth Dichard Golf Center here All about instruction here

Compete Strength Training & Conditioning

We are pleased to welcome Joe Drain and Compete Strength and Conditioning to the Canton Ice House. With our fully equipped gym in the back of the “Red Rink” now you can get the finest training available both on and “off” the ice. Building athletes from the inside out. We recognize that each athlete has …

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This former Providence star didn’t like his office job. So he started a hockey program

In one way, Stephen Wood beat the odds. Wood advanced from playing for Charlie Corey at Lawrence Academy to a four-year career at Providence College. According to the NCAA’s most recent data, 4.6 percent of high school players advance to Division 1 hockey (a statistic skewed, however, because most collegians come from junior programs). During …

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