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  • BJR pictures will be taken on October 27th 


BJR Mission Statement

The Boston Junior Rangers strive to provide the best environment for your child to develop as a hockey player. Because a youth sports experience can have a major lifelong impact on kids we work to ensure our positive approach to coaching and player development teaches lessons both on and off the ice that last a lifetime. We believe positive attitude, hard work and attention to detail are the best route to improvement, which leads to improved confidence and success.

Each day we remain driven to making sure we provide a meaningful, enjoyable, challenging and safe hockey experience for each player. We deliver a positive and energetic approach to teaching and coaching as we develop skill and instill a love for the game. And every time our players and coaches step on the ice we expect a commitment to doing their best and having fun. We are committed to the long-term growth and development of our players in all aspects of the game.


Our Program strives to focus on:

·      SPORTSMANSHIP - Be humble in victory, gracious in defeat.

·      PROCESS – Constant development and learning for coaches and players.

·      CULTURE – Provide a fun place for our players to work hard and grow.

·       RESPECT - Treat all others as you expect to be treated.

·       INTEGRITY - We seek to foster honesty and fair play.

·       PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE - Each member seeks to perform each aspect of the game to the highest level of their ability.

·      ENJOYMENT - It is important for the hockey experience to be FUN, satisfying and rewarding for all parents, players and coaches.

·       LOYALTY + TRUST – To be committed to the team and to be an honest teammate.

·      TEAMWORK – Together Everyone Achieves More. We value the strength of learning to work together.

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Picture Day Schedule
  Pictures are Sunday, October 27th 5:30 BJR...
Jr Rangers Bantam team off to great start
The Boston Jr. Rangers 06 Blue team traveled to Exeter NH on Saturday...
Picture Day Schedule


Pictures are Sunday, October 27th

5:30 BJR 10 BL
5:50 BJR 09 BL
6:10 BJR 08 WH
6:30 BJR 08 BL
6:50 BJR 07 BL
7:10 BJR 06 BL
7:30 BJR 06 WH
7:50 BJR 07 BL


New England Sports Photo (NESP) is proud to be Boston Rangers ’s Picture Day vendor on .  Photos will be taken during each team’s scheduled time.


Please arrive to the photo area a 5- 10 minutes earlier than scheduled.

To Pre-Pay online please visit:


Pre-orders help move the line along faster vs. paying onsite. Please print your online receipt and hand it to the photographer.   The above access code is accessible only up until Picture Day.  This helps ensure that parents are not making a purchase without confirming that an individual photo was taken.  Purchases for multiple children in one credit card transaction can be done by setting up an account, otherwise, the “quick pay” option can be used.


Your child’s individual access code will be sent out  3-4 weeks after Picture Day. All orders taken after Picture Day are subject to increased prices.

Paying on-site: The photographer will have extra order forms.

Check and cash will be accepted.  Credit card information taken on-site will be processed off-site.

Buddy Pics:  Head coaches and their player can have a photo taken together and receive a free 5x7 print with purchase of any package


Thank you for choosing NESP we are looking forward to picture day !

by posted 10/17/2019
Jr Rangers Bantam team off to great start

The Boston Jr. Rangers 06 Blue team traveled to Exeter NH on Saturday to face a formidable Seacoast Spartans 06S team in a BHL-American League show down. The Spartans jumped out to an early 1-0 lead before the Rangers settled down and took control. Cooper Hall evened the score in the 1st period by netting the first of his 3 goals on the day. Hall had spectacular game, finishing with 3 goals and 2 assists to tally a 5-point game. In the 2nd period, defenseman Cam Wolf went the distance to light the lamp, putting the Rangers up 2-1. Soon after, Nate Hemman (2 goals) took a pass from defenseman Jake Connell and beat the Spartans goalie with a blistering wrister from the slot to make it 3-1. Six minutes later, Jake Connell recorded his 2nd assist of the day by setting up PJ Civitarese, who one-timed a quick snapshot past the goalie. Fin McNeil (1 goal and 2 assists) joined in the effort by tucking home a loose puck to make it 5-1. Hall and Hemman finished up the scoring, and goalies Tristan Kerr and Luke Dinsmore combined for the 8-3 win. It was a great team effort by the Rangers to improve to 1-1 on the young season.

by posted 10/07/2019
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