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Boys Varsity Hockey 2023-2024


Program Overview

The Danvers High School boys hockey program holds a long history of excellence throughout the years. There are two boys hockey teams at Danvers High School: varsity and junior varsity. As a Division II program, each team competes at a high level in the Northeastern Conference with the likes of Gloucester, Marblehead, Saugus and Winthrop. The most highly anticipated games of the season are against conference rivals Beverly High School and Peabody High School. Home games take place at Endicott College in the Raymond Bourque Arena.

Highlighting the team’s long and proud history are two Massachusetts State titles in 1994 and 2001. The team also regularly qualifies for the highly competitive MIAA Tournament, often advancing past the initial round.

The Danvers High School hockey program seeks to develop the skills of our hockey players, while stressing the importance of sportsmanship and commitment. The program seeks to instill values in its players that stretch far beyond the rink. We hope that our boys leave the high school hockey program not only as more developed players, but also as matured individuals who value teamwork and dedication.

MIAA State Championship: 1994 and 2001

Sectional Championships: 1994 and 2001

NEC Championships: 1981, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 2002, 2012, 2017, 2018

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Game Day Information

Varsity home games are hosted at Endicott College

Raymond Bourque Arena
300 Hale Street
Beverly, MA 01915

Coaching Staff

Head Coach
Kevin Fessette

JV Coach
Shane Swanton

Assistant Coaches
Bill Sheehan, Matt Churchill, and Michael Cuccia

2023-2024 Achievements

Season Record: 11-8-3

Made it to the MIAA Div 3 Round of 32

2023-2024 Awards and Accolades

NEC All-Conference: Ty Langlais

NEC All-Star: Josh Henry and Michael DeLisio

Salem News All-Star: TBA

Salem News Honorable Mention: TBA

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