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Auburn’s New Ice Arena Gets Warm Reception

by GeneGeiger on January 26, 2014

Fans watch a youth hockey game during the open house at the Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn on Saturday. The arena has two sheets of ice to skate on.  Sheila Plummer and Bob Gardner of Auburn came to the Norway Savings Bank Arena on Saturday to check it out. They said they approved of […]


History Of A Hockey Town

by GeneGeiger on December 23, 2013

This picture is one of the only known pieces of photography from the first organized hockey game ever played in Lewiston in January 1916. Following the first “organized” hockey game ever played in Lewiston, on January 26, 1916, the local French-language newspaper, Le Messager, published a prophetic statement about a sport the community was buzzing […]


“Spectacular” Opening Day For New Hockey Rink

by GeneGeiger on November 17, 2013

Connor Davis, 7, of Auburn, points to the clock as time runs out on a Scarborough versus Mt. Ararat girls’ hockey round-robin game during Saturday’s first full day of hockey at the Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn. Davis was cheering for the Scarborough team because his father teaches at the school. Gerek Potvin, 7, […]


Dinner and Hockey In L-A

by GeneGeiger on November 10, 2013

Welcome Pirates!  My Town! My Team! http://youtu.be/WUJLPLEzjGg


Pirates Moving To Lewiston: “This is our home now”

by GeneGeiger on September 29, 2013

“This is our home now,” Pirates’ CEO and managing owner Brian Petrovek said. “We haven’t been given the privilege or the right we think we’d negotiated to play in Portland, so this is home. And we have to look at it that way. We have a home in Saco, and we have a home in […]