A History of Mount Saint Charles Hockey

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For twenty-six straight seasons—from 1978 to 2003—Mount Saint Charles Academy captured the hearts of its fans and the state’s high school hockey championship. Attributing the streak to a near-mystical force called “Mount Pride,” beloved coach Bill Belisle and his team have built the most successful hockey program in Rhode Island. In the thrilling 2013 season, they recaptured the Mount glory as state champions. Yet the high school hockey team is much more than its wins and losses—it’s a culture and a family. ...
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Overview

For twenty-six straight seasons—from 1978 to 2003—Mount Saint Charles Academy captured the hearts of its fans and the state’s high school hockey championship. Attributing the streak to a near-mystical force called “Mount Pride,” beloved coach Bill Belisle and his team have built the most successful hockey program in Rhode Island. In the thrilling 2013 season, they recaptured the Mount glory as state champions. Yet the high school hockey team is much more than its wins and losses—it’s a culture and a family. Beginning with the earliest days when Rhode Island’s four-team league took to the frozen ponds with tree branches serving as rudimentary hockey sticks, author Bryan Ethier chronicles the history of the MSC “Flying Frenchmen.” Join Ethier as he takes to the ice with the great games, the star players and the unforgettable moments to tell the remarkable story of Mount Saint Charles Hockey.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781609498795
  • Publisher: History Press, The
  • Publication date: 11/5/2013
  • Series: Sports History
  • Pages: 144
  • Sales rank: 1,452,023
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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Bryan Ethier works as a writer and marketing executive in Connecticut.He has been a newspaper editor and freelance writer for 25 years and has covered Rhode Island high school hockey for 20 years. He is a member of the Old Saybrook Chamber of Commerce and University of Rhode Island Alumni Association.

Paul Guay is the assistant coach of the Mount St. Charles Academy hockey team. He is also a former Team USA Olympian.

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