It is with a heavy heart that we must pass along news of the passing of Chris Prinn. It is in times of tragedy that we find comfort in the bonds fostered by the game of hockey. His wife, Jenny, and sons, Oliver and Atticus, know that the Casco Bay Family will always be there … More Remembering Chris Prinn
The State has approved the restart of hockey games and we are looking forward to it. Please make sure you and your family continue to follow these simple rules so that we can keep playing. If we want hockey to continue, we need to make sure everyone is masked at all times, no spectators are … More Follow the Rules
Similar to Denis Lemieux’s search for the owner of the Johnstown Chiefs in Slap Shot, many parents have asked who owns Casco Bay Arena. The answer is simple: We all do. Casco Bay Arena is “owned” by Casco Bay Arena, Inc.–a non-profit corporation with the mission of ensuring that youth hockey is available and accessible … More Who Owns the Arena?
Our players and their families did a fantastic job selling chances in the raffle, and we are getting ever closer to our fundraising goal. Since most of the coaches and players would do anything to win many of the prizes, we realized we needed an impartial selector who would be above reproach. To avoid any … More The Most Honest Man in Casco Bay
Due to unexpected delays in the construction process, the Casco Bay Arena will not be operational for the 2014-15 season. To avoid incurring additional borrowing costs, we will complete all of the site and foundation work, and suspend construction operations until April 1, 2015. The completed Arena will be delivered no later than September 30, … More Report to Casco Bay Families on Arena
On September 15th, the most important step in our construction process was reached–financing for the Arena was closed with Bangor Savings Bank, CEI, Inc. and Greater Portland Council of Governments. To see a time lapse of Weeks 2 & # of the construction project, click below: With the closing of the construction loan, the foundation … More Step 5: Financing Closed for Casco Bay Arena; $150,000 Must Be Raised to Complete Arena