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The Rochester Jr Monarchs are also excited to announce that defenseman, Jaxon Rutkowski has committed to the Utica Pioneers for the 2018-19 season as well.  Rutkowski tallied 3 goals and 20 assists this year, which led all Monarchs defensemen.  Rutkowski becomes the 3rd NCAA DIII commit this year in the Monarchs’ inaugural season with the USPHL. 

Rochester Monarchs Elite JT Entelisano Commits to Utica College

04/05/2017, 9:30am EDT
By Monarchs Staff

The Rochester Jr Monarchs are excited to announce that assistant captain, JT Entelisano, has committed to D3 powerhouse, the Utica Pioneers for the 2018-19 season.  Entelisano, coming in at 5’10” 180lbs, plays with speed and grit putting up 48 points in 44 games this season with the Monarchs in the Elite division.  Entelisano was a key contributor in the Monarchs success this year as a first year franchise and will be a huge asset to the Pioneers.
 

Rochester Monarchs' Goodman Makes College Hockey Commitment

02/18/2017, 5:30pm EST
By Monarchs Staff

The Rochester Jr Monarchs are proud to announce that defenseman Jackson Goodman has committed to play for the Aquinas Saints of the ACHA NAIA for the 2017-18 season. 

Matt Roe Shines in Rochester Monarchs Weekend Sweep

02/14/2017, 12:30pm EST
By Monarchs Staff

The Jr Monarchs were able to grab a much needed 4 points on the road against the NY Aviators to maintain a hold of fourth place in the North division.  The Monarchs now need just one more win to clinch home ice for the first round of playoffs which will be a great feat in their first year of existence. 

Rochester Monarchs Split Weekend With 2nd Place South Shore Kings

01/23/2017, 3:45pm EST
By Jillian Randall

Since the Holiday break, the Jr Monarchs just haven’t seemed to be the same team as in the first half.  This, however, changed this weekend.  The Jr Monarchs earned a nice split against the 2nd place South Shore Kings of the North Division.  “I felt like the guys started to get back to normal in the game Wednesday against Syracuse, even though we lost the game.  We were playing with a short bench, but the guys really stepped up.  I felt like we should have really won that game, but it was a step in the right direction” said Head Coach Dave Leaderer.  The Jr Monarchs then got away from the rink on Thursday to clear their minds.  The Jr Monarchs had a team-building event at the bowling alley instead of practice on Thursday.  “I felt that we just needed to get away from the rink and have some fun” added Leaderer.  This clearly worked as the Jr Monarchs came out flying Saturday night.