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Pond Hockey in MASS/Metro Boston area?

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02-09-2010, 09:10 AM
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Pond Hockey in MASS/Metro Boston area?

Any fellow MA members know of a safe, reliable place to play pond hockey in the Metro Boston area?

Any specific feedback, or private messages, would be great, thanks.

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Any fellow MA members know of a safe, reliable place to play pond hockey in the Metro Boston area?

Any specific feedback, or private messages, would be great, thanks.
Cripes I live in Maine and the weirdness of this winter has made a lot of unsafe lakes and ponds HERE and it is warmer where you are. I drove to the Vet's office to get insulin for my cat today and the largest lake in this area had open water which is unheard of in february. It has been caused by below zero weather for 5 days and then 40s for another 5 days. it has been doing that all winter it seems.

Good luck. Consider this a post bump up

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Played once on Mill Pond in West Newbury earlier this year. Have seen people skating on it in the last few days as well. But it's not exactly metro Boston. About 40 minutes north on 95, exit 57, go west for three miles and you'll see it on the left.

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I dominate the public rink in Brookline NH.

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As of today, pretty much everything has melted in the metro/Boston area.

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anyone know of ponds you can play on near boston for this upcoming winter?

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