King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey is a non-profit USA Hockey-registered community hockey organization for boys and girls from Norfolk, Plainville, Walpole and Wrentham, with a tradition dating back more than 40 years.

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KPW season, 2020-21 team tryouts suspended

In light of the rapidly evolving health issues related to the spread of the coronavirus and the potentially leathal COVID-19 disease it can cause, the King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey board of directors suspended all hockey activities indefinitely, effective Thursday, March 12.

Tryouts for 2020-21 travel teams also were suspended, and will be reassesed as the health crisis evolves.

All players interested in playing on a girls or boys travel 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U or 18U team must participate in tryouts to be placed on a team for next season. Players interested in playing in the 8U Development or Instructional programs do not need to participate in tryouts.

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If you have any questions, please reach out to the director of the division your player is interested in joining, or KPW president .

KPW finishes with league-high 8 South Shore Conference titles

Six King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey teams earned South Shore Conference championships awarded after the conclusion of the regular season, the most of any program in the conference. The SSC suspended the season before the final weekend's games and cancelled the playoffs, so all championships were determined by the teams with the best record during the regular season.

KPW's Girls 14U team, which won the District 3 championship and was poised to have played in the Mass Hockey state tournament, added the SSC full-season 14UA title.

In addition, the U18 full-season team defended its 2018-19 league championship, and was joined by the KPW 12U2 Blue (12B2 Re Division), 10UA (10U Re Division), 10UB2 Blue (10B2 Re Division) and 8UB2 (8UB2 Re Division).

During the fall season, KPW teams also added short-season conference championships by the 18UA team and the Girls U18B.

by posted 03/23/2020
KPW 12UB2 Blue wins Waterville Tournament

The KPW U12B2 Blue won the Waterville Valley Deep Freeze Tournament

The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey 12UB2 Blue team won the Deep Freeze Pee Wee C Tournament at Waterville Valley, N.H.

KPW dropped its first game, 4-3, to Agawam before rolling through its next three round-robin games by beating Canton, 9-4; the Demons, 6-1; and Hanover, 6-0, to earn the second seed for the medal round.

Facing Agawam once again for the tournament championship, KPW gave up two first-period goals but scored the next four to take a 4-2 lead in the third period. Agawam scored late, but KPW held on for a 4-3 to capture the tournament championship.

Congratulations to all our players, coaches and families!

by posted 02/05/2020
KPW wins Girls U14 district championship

The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey Girls U14 team is heading to the Mass Hockey state championship tournament after rallying for four unaswered goals to win the District 3 championship, 4-2, over Weymouth Monday night at Norfolk Arena.

Weymouth scored two first-period goals, but KPW netted four goals in the second period and held Weymouth scoreless the rest of the way to win KPW's ninth girls District 3 championship in seven seasons.

The Girls U14 team had to wait nearly two months just to play this championship game because of various scheduling issues. KPW opened the district tournament in October with a 2-1 win over Needham, followed by a 3-0 quarterfinal win over Milton and a 5-1 semifinal win over Norwood in November to set up the title game against Weymouth.

Many of the players on this team have enjoyed similar success in past seasons, including the 2018 Girls U12A state championship and district championships for the 2016 U10 team and 2018 Girls U12B team. The Girls U14A Tier III state tournament will be held March 20-22 in Newburyport.

Congratulations to all our players, coaches and families!

by posted 01/27/2020
KPW Girls U10A wins Cranberry Tournament championship

The King Philip Walpole Girls U10A Warriors captured the Cranberry Classic championship

The King Philip Walpole Girls U10A Warriors captured the Cranberry Classic championship held across Cape Cod last weekend, winning the tournament by beating a number of private club teams from throughout New England.

KPW earned the top seed after round-robin play, then opened the semifinal game by jumping out to a quick lead against the Cape Cod Wave and rolling to a 3-0 victory, earning a berth in the championship game.

Facing the second-seeded Seacoast Spartans with the tournament championship on the line, KPW and the Spartans traded early first-period goals before KPW took a 2-1 lead late in the first. The two teams played a scoreless second period, then the tight, back-and-forth, 2-1 game carried into the third period before the Warriors netted an insurance goal midway through the third period to seal the tournament victory.

Congratulations to all our players, coaches and parents!

by posted 12/09/2019
KPW captures SSC Girls U19B championship

The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey Girls U14 team, which also competes in the South Shore Conference Girls U19B short season division, captured the conference championship by beating the Seahawks White team, 3-1, Sunday in Brockton.

KPW went 13-1 and finished the regular season as the top seed, then knocked off No. 4 Franklin, 2-1, Saturday to earn a spot in the championship game. The second-seeded Seahawks White team, the only team to beat KPW during the season, advanced to the final after beating Cape Cod Canal, 2-1, in three overtimes Saturday.

KPW scored late in the first period and carried a 1-0 lead into the third period, but with 8:56 left in the game got called for a player covering the puck in the crease with her hand, resulting in a penalty shot and the Seahawks tied the game at 1.

KPW scored two goals late in the game, with 3:31 and 1:35 remaining, but got called for a penalty with 1:16 left. The Seahawks pulled their goalie and played 6-on-4 for the remainder of the game, but couldn’t score on the power play and KPW captured the championship.

Congratulations to all our players, coaches and families!

by posted 11/24/2019
KPW U18A captures South Shore Conference championship

The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey Boys 18UA team played some of its best hockey during clutch time, capturing the South Shore Conference 18UA division championship by beating top-seeded Duxbury, 1-0, in overtime Sunday night.

KPW earned the third seed in the 18UA division, then earned a spot in the conference championship game by knocking off the second-seeded South Coast Panthers, 7-2, Saturday. Duxbury, which went 10-2 during the regular season, pulled off a 2-1 overtime win over Seahawks/Scituate Saturday to set up the title game against KPW.

Riding the strong defense it displayed all season — KPW's goals-against was third in the division during the regular season — KPW held Duxbury, the second-highest scoring team in the division, scoreless until poking the championship-winning goal in overtime.

Congratulations to all our players, coaches and teams!

by posted 11/22/2019
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