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Re: Lovell group purchased Jr. Rangers program

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Lovell group gets Tewksbury and then Amesbury and there is the Lovell league. That is the plan I heard from some pretty good sources.


So true , and also buying the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals .


100% true - soon to be NLHL (I heard it from some good sources)


I heard the same at the snack bar in Hingham from some strange looking dude that was drooling on himself .. He seemed rather excited about it ... So of course I took his word on it ...

I heard it from a guy I met standing at the boards at the rink the other day. A third party source very close to the Lovells, strictly hush hush kinda thing that he only trusted super close friends like me with...


Well then that's it , I can confirm since I heard it from my next door neighbor's , Unlce Pat's dog walkers cousin's sisters friend from college who got the news from Stan at Sears while trying to buy a stove .

i question your credibility. I heard is was a fridge.


who knew, a sense of humor....

Re: Lovell group purchased Jr. Rangers program

Re: Lovell group purchased Jr. Rangers program

Who will run Lovell up in Tewksbury? They can not possibly leave anyone in place up there. Look at the records of teams. I assume they will clean house.

Re: Lovell group purchased Jr. Rangers program

In the old days if a program was purchased the new owners - assuming they were hockey guys - would enlist one parent / coach to lead the flagship team for visibility and credibility. Usually it was an ex-NHL'er and his kid and a couple of the kid's ringer buddies. They would walk all over local competition and then do a couple of the bigger, national type tournaments and that got the talk going locally and parents followed.

The BA approach is a bit different. Build a respected program though developing players, attract the older kids and land them some sweet D-I / junior hockey deals and the parents and younger kids will follow based on development and results without regard to who is actually sitting on the bench every week.

More than one way to skin a cat I guess.