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Posted on: June 5, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Local Youth Hockey Star Extends Talents to International Level


Deputy Supervisor Tony Martinez was recently joined by Councilmen Tom Donnelly and Lindsay Henry, Receiver of Taxes Corinne DiSomma and Town Clerk Carol Quirk to honor local hockey star Jack Mroczka. Jack has played for multiple Long Island hockey teams, the Rebels, Royals and Stars, and has been coached by former New York Islander Benoit Hogue. As captain of the Long Island Stars, he helped lead them through a tough schedule in the top AAA division. For the past three years, he has also been bestowed the great honor of playing for the CCM All-Stars in Canada, an internationally competitive youth hockey team. For the upcoming spring, Mroczka will be taking another step towards future success by playing for the Boston Generals, a team that has NHL and USHL scouts.

Pictured from left to right are Councilman Donnelly, Receiver of Taxes DiSomma, Mroczka’s father David Mroczka, Jack Mroczka, Councilman Martinez, Town Clerk Quirk and Councilmen Henry.

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