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The Long Island Royals had another 1st round draft pick in the 2016 NHL draft this season. Former 16U player, Tage Thompson ’97 from Oyster Bay was selected 26th overall by the St. Louis Blues.

Tage spent the 2013 Hockey season with Coach Bobby Barbera and the Midget 16U Royals. Tage is currently a freshmen at Hockey East Member UCONN. Thompson, who is the son of former Peoria Rivermen assistant coach Brent Thompson, said he met with the Blues several times prior to tonight's draft."I got a good vibe from them," Thompson said. "I got along with their staff, felt very comfortable and was very happy to hear my name called by them." Thompson, 18, dressed in 36 games during his freshman season at the University of Connecticut in 2015-16, recording 32 points (14 goals and 18 assists).In 2014-15, the 6-foot-5, 194-pound forward appeared in 64 games with the United States National U-18 Team, posting 26 points (12 goals, 14 assists) and 32 penalty minutes.

In addition, the Oyster Bay, New York, native dressed in seven games with Team USA at the U-18 World Junior Championships, helping the team capture the Gold Medal. Thompson was ranked 20th among North American skaters by NHL’s Central Scouting.



Congratulations to our former 16U team for winning the East Coast Classic Futures Tournament this weekend in Newington CT. The team was made up of former '00 Royals players that went on to go undefeated 6-0 throughout the weekend.   Former players such as Mastrosimone and Hutchison who are already committed to Hockey East Programs BU and UVM.  The question is Who's Next??



The Long Island Royals are proud to announce a few commitments this off-season.



Jon Lazarus - UMASS-Amherst - Division 1

Donato Cipriano -  Elmira College - Division 3

Kyle Jadetz -  Philip Exeter Prep

Scott Lawson - Trinity Pawling Prep



Congratulations to our former player Sonny Milano on capturing the American Hockey League Calder Cup Championship with the Lake Erie Monsters. As they swept the Hershey Bears in the Finals in 4 games this past weekend. 



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About Us

The Long Island Royals are a Tier 1 Elite “AAA” ice hockey organization based in Kings Park, NY.

The Long Island Royals are a 501c3 “Not for Profit” organization. With over 20 years of experience in youth ice hockey, dating back to 1980 the program is one of oldest youth ice hockey organization on Long Island.

Fielding over 13 different hockey teams from Mites through Junior divisions, and providing a place for 350 children, ages 5 through 18, the royals organization firmly believes that children who fulfill the commitments of team sports are successful students, healthier children, and, in the future, more likely to be thriving members of their community.

As defined by USA Hockey, Tier I “AAA” is the highest competitive level of ice hockey in the United States. The Royals program is designed to further develop and challenge our most skilled players to compete against elite level teams at the local and national level. Our teams compete in the Long Island Amateur Hockey League (LIAHL) as well as the Atlantic Youth Hockey League (AYHL).

Among those successful children within our program, the Long Island Royals organization has produced hockey players that have gone on to play at various levels including Prep School, Junior A & B, NCAA Division I & III, ACHA Division I, USHL, OHL, USA Hockey NTDP, AHL, and the NHL.

Program Highlights

NHL Network Series “Making of a Royal”
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Tier 1 National Championships

2012 Midget U16

2008 Junior B

Tier 1 NYS Championships

10 & Under – 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003,

12 & Under – 2002, 2006, 2013

14 & Under – 2005

16 & Under – 2003, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012

Making of a Royal
Making of a Royal
All 24 webisodes built into 1. Pat LaFontaine's Long Island Royals on the road to a national championship win.

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