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The Stars' mission is to provide a healthy environment for our members to learn, play and enjoy the sport of ice hockey.  Within this environment we strive to support the positive athletic and personal growth of our players through a commitment to high-level skill instruction from professional coaches, a demonstrated standard of sportsmanship, and education in the values of discipline and teamwork.

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Meet the Mites!
MEET THE MITES!   Early mornings are good for a few...
U16 Stars Making Strides Toward a Complete Season
U16 Stars Making Strides Toward a Complete Season From the...
Stars Peewee B1 Take the Gold!
STARS PEEWEE B1 TAKE THE GOLD! The Stars Peewee B Green team...
Try Hockey for Free Day! November 7th, 2015
NOVEMBER 7th - 11:30AM Know anyone interested in...
Stars 16A - Tournament of Champions
Meet the Mites!



Early mornings are good for a few things - a cup of coffee, maybe an early morning workout - In youth hockey, it's when you'll find the New Jersey Stars Mite teams ready for the ice! Each weekend these morning warriors take to the ice and compete against teams from around the state. Let's take a look at the newest faces to the program, and the future of the New Jersey Stars!


This season the NJ Stars have 3 teams participating at the mite level. They have fielded two Major teams and a Minor team. All 3 teams play in the NJYHL and rosters are roughly the size of 8 or 9 skaters. For those not familiar with the mite level, these 7 and 8 year olds play a 4v4 format using half ice. This form of play is set up by USA Hockey and the ADM (American Development Model) for the players to better develop during their younger years. Mite hockey is all about fun and development!


For 2015 the three teams are coached by Joe Walters, Tim Chase, Simon Broomer, Domick Cuce, and Scott Buzney. These coaches all have a strong emphasis on basic fundamentals, and keeping the game exciting! Thus far, the three teams have played about 8 games each, and have all participated in the NJYHL jamboree. All of these mites have really put a solid effort in getting ready for a successful season. Most of the three teams are primarily made up from existing Stars mite teams, and a handful of new players from the Jr. Stars program. Solid goaltending from Michael Busa, Peyton Million and Anna Baumunk have really been the backbone of these teams.


Mite hockey in general, is one of the purest forms of youth hockey. It gives our program a platform to introduce these young players to bigger concepts - sportsmanship, competition, making friends, and having fun! Each week these mite players take to the ice ready to give it there all!


We look forward to seeing these mites develop into fantastic young hockey players, and keeping the NJ Stars program on the map! GO STARS!


by posted 11/03/2015
U16 Stars Making Strides Toward a Complete Season

U16 Stars Making Strides Toward a Complete Season

From the onset, Coach Andy Gojdycz had told the kids and parents the ultimate goal of this year’s team (a championship would be nice) was for all of the players to make their high school teams. “This season is a spring board to higher levels of hockey for the team, from high school and beyond”.

This past weekend, the U16 Stars were looking for a successful weekend. “After a bad loss to Old Bridge, we were looking for some redemption. Our goal was to not lose this past weekend. We had 4 games and wanted all 4 of them”.

The team did not disappoint. They beat The Wildcats on Thursday night, traveled to Prudential Center and shut out Bayonne, traveled down to the Jaguars and took care of business on Sunday, but the ultimate story was on Saturday night. They were headed into the 3rd period at home and were saddled with a 6-1 deficit to the Montclair Blues. When the final buzzer sounded, The U16 Stars had tied the game 6-6. The weekend was complete without a loss as the team went 3-0-1.

“That game was the pinnacle of what we (Coach Andy and Coach Brian) have been preaching all year. No matter the situation, you never back down and give up."

Way to go Stars 16A!

by posted 10/27/2015
Stars Peewee B1 Take the Gold!


The Stars Peewee B Green team entered Valley Forge on Thursday night ready for a challenge in the Philadephia Pre-Season Tournament.  Although they were a B team, they were entered in the A3 division. How would our undefeated team fare?

Game 1 on Friday morning started out rough and didn't improve with time. A wake up call was placed in the manner of a 5-2 loss at the hands of the Ice Dogs. Fortunately, the Stars were ready to answer the call. Friday night's game ended with a convincing 4-2 victory for the Stars over the Pittsburgh team.  

Bedtime Friday night posed the question, Can we beat Navy tomorrow morning to make it to the final? A see-saw battle ensued through the first two periods. With six seconds left in the 2nd, a faceoff in Navy's zone: Coach Brian was screaming from the bench, trying to orchestrate his team into the best position to score. It worked! Face-off win to the point, D to D pass, wrister from the top of the circle through a screen, tie game 2-2! Stars busted open in the third to take a 4-2 lead before allowing Navy some drama of their own to tie it 4-4 with seconds left in the third. Fortunately, due to having beaten Pittsburgh the night before, we finished in second place for a rematch vs. IceDogs.  

Sunday morning couldn't have come soon enough. IceDogs struck first off a goalmouth scramble, but the Stars were quick to answer with three straight goals. Early in the third, IceDogs closed the gap to 3-2. Stars parents watched with bated breath. The Stars speed and conditioning paid off though with two more goals to take a 5-2 lead. The IceDogs fought hard to get another goal but great goaltending and back-checking kept the score 5-2 as the clock ticked down to 0:00 and players and parents cheered ecstatically.

A great weekend that put the team through some adversity and tough opponents, and saw us come out on top, tournament CHAMPIONS! A great bonding experience for the team, and an omen of great things to come this season! Great job Stars Peewee B1!

by posted 10/13/2015
Try Hockey for Free Day! November 7th, 2015

NOVEMBER 7th - 11:30AM

Know anyone interested in trying ice hockey? Spread the word!

Try Hockey For Free Day, presented by KraftHeinz, will be Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015 and is part of Come Play Hockey Month. Try Hockey For Free is a program designed to provide youth hockey associations and local ice hockey rinks a national platform to introduce new kids to the sport. The goal is to have 500 locations host a try hockey for free clinic for kids between the ages of 4 to 9. With youth sports wrapping up, this event provides local associations the perfect opportunity to introduce new families to youth hockey.


Come and join ProSkate in this event to grow the game in our area. Players are given the chance to experience the sport for the first time, and really get positive and professional instruction. For any questions about registration, please contact our Hockey Director - Scott Buzney - scottbuzney@gmail.com, or by calling our facility 732-940-6400. 

by posted 09/04/2015
Stars 16A - Tournament of Champions



Newark NJ - (8/16/2016) - The Stars U16 A team started their season at the Amerihealth Pavilion "Tournament of Champions". The boys played well for their first time together as a team. They are learning new concepts and starting to execute them in practice and games. The Stars ended up in 2nd place losing in the Championship 3 to 0. Coach Brian and Andy have very high hopes for the team, and are ready to kick off their NJYHL League games this weekend vs. Old Bridge & Princeton. GO STARS!

by posted 08/27/2015
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