2009-01-16 / School News

Brooklyn Aces Hockey Players Teach Skills, Sportsmenship At PS 114


More than 200 students questioned the three hockey players and then took part in a skills session. More than 200 students questioned the three hockey players and then took part in a skills session. Top scorer Mike Christensen signs autographs for his young fans. Top scorer Mike Christensen signs autographs for his young fans. Three of the top players of the Brooklyn Aces professional hockey team visited Public School 114 in Belle Harbor on Wednesday to speak with the students and show them how to play the game. In return, many of the school's students will visit Aviator Sports at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, where the Aces play their home games, on January 23, for "PS 114 Night." Pictures, from left, Harm Storcher, the team's vice president of marketing and three players, Jesse Felten (40), Mike Thomson (18) and Mike Christensen (27), who is the leading scorer in the Eastern Professional Hockey League. Three of the top players of the Brooklyn Aces professional hockey team visited Public School 114 in Belle Harbor on Wednesday to speak with the students and show them how to play the game. In return, many of the school's students will visit Aviator Sports at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, where the Aces play their home games, on January 23, for "PS 114 Night." Pictures, from left, Harm Storcher, the team's vice president of marketing and three players, Jesse Felten (40), Mike Thomson (18) and Mike Christensen (27), who is the leading scorer in the Eastern Professional Hockey League. PS 114 student takes the hockey stick and heads for the imaginary goal as Aces star Jesse Felten shows him how to do it. PS 114 student takes the hockey stick and heads for the imaginary goal as Aces star Jesse Felten shows him how to do it.

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