About the Worcester White Hawks
Worcester White Hawks
The Worcester White Hawks are like no other girls hockey program in the area. We have state-of-the-art facilities, weekly dry-land training at Bando Performance and professionally run skills. All practices and home games are at the Worcester Ice Center - no more traveling from rink-to-rink throughout the week! We are committed to empowering girls through sport and building girls and women's hockey in the Central Massachusetts area and beyond!
With the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center as our home, the White Hawks certainly have the at-home advantage! The Worcester Ice Center is a brand new recreational facility for athletes of all ages, conveniently located approximately one quarter mile off Route 290 at exit 14, and within 10 minutes of downtown Worcester. Bay State Brewing Co. is located in our rink lobby, with a second floor that overlooks the ice; this primetime location enables players and patrons to enjoy good food and drink during games and practices. Our pro shop sells not only essential hockey products like lace and tape, but also offers skate sharpening services. Be sure to stop by the Rail Shop and get some Worcester White Hawks apparel!
Our off-ice or dry land training adds a dynamic to youth hockey that is hard to find with other programs. With Bando Performance right inside our facility, our players receive top of the line instruction from professional trainers. Included in tuition, this hockey-specific training takes our players' success to the next level.
Our coaches are the backbone of the organization. They spend many hours on and off the ice with our players, designing practice plans, conducting practices, coaching at games, assisting with the skills when needed and continuing their coaching education. We are so grateful to these men and women for all they do for the White Hawks program.
Bobby Butler is the Director of operations. Bobby Played 130 NHL Games and 650 professional hockey games. Bobby played in the 2018 Winter Olympics. He is from Marlboro Massachusetts and is helping grow the game of hockey in the Worcester area.
Jen Manning is the program's assistant director. Jen played youth hockey for the Minuteman Lady Flames and the Massachusetts Spitfires. She found her home here in Worcester during high school playing for the Hilltoppers of Worcester Academy. After high school, she went on to win two national championships at SUNY Plattsburgh and appeared in 4 NCAA Final Fours.