The Bay State Breakers is a comprehensive hockey organization composed of teams competing in the United States Premier Hockey League (Juniors), the Eastern Hockey Federation (Youth), and the New England Girls League. Operated within the Rockland Ice Rink, also utilizes a number of other facilities, such as The Bog, Hobomock Arenas, Quincy Shea, and Bavis Arena. All teams utilize each facility. All skill sessions are at the Rockland Ice Rink and The Bog. Skills sessions designed by Tom MacDonald develop motor skills and cognitive learning through age appropriateness, over-speed and decision training methods. The Breakers organization offers high- level hockey to girls and boys from cross-ice mites through juniors. In addition to a full time administrative staff including the general manager, director of hockey operations and coaches of the junior and minor junior teams.
It has been quite a year for Sammi Davis, over the summer she was named to the U18 US Women's Team and chosen captain for the team for the summer series with Canada. On October 22, Sammi was named to the 2014 Senior U.S. Women's National Team Training Camp.
Bay State Breakers Girls 12 Green win FLAG (Fight Like A Girl) Tournament
This past weekend the Breakers Girls Tier 1 U12 team traveled down to Rhode Island to play in a Breast Cancer Awareness hockey tournament.