• Harwood overpowers U-32 in 7-1 win

    Harwood boys’ hockey was successful in every way in their 7-1 rout of U-32 on Wednesday, December 20.

    “That’s more the style we can play if we show up for three periods,” Harwood’s head coach Dave Morse

  • Harwood falls to MVU at home

    Two Missisquoi Valley Union (MVU) goals in the third period sank the Harwood Union hockey team’s hopes of starting their season off with a win.

    The Highlanders fell 3-2 to MVU on Wednesday, December 13, on home

  • Youth dominates a small boys’ hockey roster

    After seven seniors and two juniors left after last year, the Harwood boys’ hockey team will have to bring their young skaters up to speed in order to compete.

    Harwood’s boys’ hockey team made it to the Division

  • HU girls’ hockey has a spectrum of skating ability

    The Harwood girls’ hockey team has an array of talent to work through this year.

    On this year’s girls’ hockey roster, there are girls who are brand new to the sport all the way up to what coach Mike Vasseur calls

  • Bruins visit Harwood Youth Hockey Association

    The Boston Bruins visited the Ice Center in Waterbury this week on October 30 to visit Harwood Youth Hockey Association (HYHA) players. HYHA was selected as one of 10 New England youth hockey organizations to host a

  • Harwood falls to North Country in Division II final

    The Harwood Union Highlanders climbed back from a three-goal deficit but were unable to come away with the victory in Vermont’s Division II title hockey game at the Gutterson Fieldhouse arena.

    At the March 9

  • Harwood girls’ hockey defeats Hartford 2-0

    Harwood sophomore April Tousignant scored two goals on January 25 to propel the Highlanders to their first win in January. Late in the first period, Harwood pinned the Hartford Hurricanes in their defensive zone, and as

  • HU boys’ hockey defeats Missisquoi

    Harwood boys’ hockey defeated Missisquoi Valley Union 8-5 on Saturday, January 7, showing once again that no matter how many goals their opponent scores, they will score more.

    The first period ended with three

  • HU girls’ hockey loses to Rice

    Harwood girls’ hockey could not find enough offensive momentum against a strong Rice girls’ team and ended up losing the game on Saturday night, January 7, 5-0.

    From the beginning of the night, the Knights kept

  • Harwood hockey loses to U-32 despite solid offense

    Any hockey fan in search of offense found it immediately at The Ice Center when Harwood boys’ hockey and U-32 combined for five goals in the first period of the game.

    Members of both teams finished the night off

  • HU girls’ hockey wins one, loses one

    Harwood Union girls’ hockey kicked off their season with one win and one loss this