The HAN Network hits the ice with the Greenwich High School boys hockey team Friday, Dec. 29, to get ready for the outdoor hockey doubleheader Saturday, Dec. 30,
Friday morning, Frank Granito will skate with the Cardinals boys as they get ready to host Darien.
The Cardinals enter the game 2-0, having beaten St. Joseph 10-2 and West Haven 5-2.
After opening the season with a 6-4 loss at Hamden and 5-2 loss at Fairfield Prep, the Blue Wave crashed into the win column by swamping New Canaan 8-1 Saturday.
In the second of two games, the first pitting the Greenwich girls against Amity, Faceoffs are set for 12 p.m. and 4 p.m.
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