Justin Selman (right), a Bergen Catholic grad and Connor Leen, a Bosco alum have taken up residence at The Anvil in Fair Lawn, one of a select few facilities to install GLICE, a sythetic ice surface that brings hockey instruction to a whole new level. READ THE STORY...
Justin Selman (right), a Bergen Catholic grad and Connor Leen, a Bosco alum have taken up residence at The Anvil in Fair Lawn, one of a select few facilities to install GLICE, a sythetic ice surface that brings hockey instruction to a whole new level.READ THE STORY...
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