Enter the 2000s

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After playing professionally for five years, Dave Litz settled back in Clinton, his home town. He coached youth hockey for several years, primarily Pee Wee and Bantam. In 1999, Dave became Assistant High School Hockey Coach, and in 2001…

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In 2003, as a coach, led Whitesboro to its first NYS Division II High School Championship…

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Played in world juniors for team USA in Quebec…

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I had the privilege to return to Hamilton to serve as an assistant coach alongside my father, Phil Grady, during the 2004-2005 season. To have had the opportunity to both play for my Dad and then coach with him at Hamilton is something very special…

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Almost all of my childhood memories revolve around hockey in Clinton. Whether it was my father teaching me how to skate with the wooden chairs from the bleachers, playing hide and seek in the catwalks while Mr. Orsino yelled at us…

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30 Years after our playing days were over, Joe Hameline and I were still inspired by the Clinton Comets! Here we are at the World Pond Hockey Tournament in Plaster Rock, New Brunswick with our friend Nat Robbins and my nephew Josh Heintz, sporting our Comets jerseys…

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The back-to-back hockey championships for Clinton in 2005 and 2006, particularly the overtime win against Salmon River in 2005. Never saw the original Clinton Comets play, but have been a season ticket holder for the Utica Comets for 5 years…

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Meeting Ian Anderson.

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Andrew Burns Hamilton '78; Clinton High School '74andrewcburns@yahoo.com
Ted Molloy Hamilton '78; Hamilton Hockey Captaine.molloy@cox.net.