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Gilmore honored at TD Garden

Wayland Town Crier 4/21/17: Gilmore honored at TD Garden. Exactly a month after her high school career ended in heartbreaking fashion, Rebecca Gilmore got to go back rinkside and have one final rewarding moment under the lights. But instead of being at Flood Rink in Dedham on her campus at the Noble & Greenough School, the Wayland resident was on Causeway Street on the Garden ice, accepting the John Carlton Memorial Trophy from Bruins general manager Don Sweeney.

Women’s Ice Hockey: A golden finale for Wayland’s Gilmore

Wayland Town Crier 2/11/16: Women’s Ice Hockey: A golden finale for Wayland’s Gilmore. Rebecca Gilmore wanted a storybook end to her three years of playing on the United States girls under-18 national ice hockey team, and with her help that’s exactly what she got.

U.S. Earns Gold With 3-2 OT Win Vs. Canada

USA Hockey 1/15/15: U.S. Earns Gold With 3-2 OT Win Vs. Canada. Natalie Snodgrass (Eagan, Minn./Eastview High School) scored twice, including the game-tying and gold medal-clinching goals, as the U.S. Women’s National Under-18 Team battled back from a two-goal deficit to seal a 3-2 overtime victory against Canada in the 2016 International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 Women’s World Championship.

NOTES: Cayla Barnes, Rebecca Gilmore (Wayland, MA) and Alex Gulstene were named Team USA’s top players of the tournament.

Women’s Ice Hockey: Gilmore leads U.S. to gold in U18 World Championship

Wayland Town Crier 1/22/15: Women’s Ice Hockey: Gilmore leads U.S. to gold in U18 World Championship. Wayland’s Rebecca Gilmore led the U.S. women’s ice hockey team in scoring en route to capturing gold in the U18 World Championship. When Rebecca Gilmore made the United States under-18 women’s national ice hockey team last year as a 15 year old, she was admittedly a little intimidated about her surroundings. But she acclimated herself well, and notched two goals and an assist in the 2014 U18 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, as the U.S. lost in the gold medal final to Canada.

Women’s National Under-18 Team Tops Czechs; Will Play Canada for Gold

beccagilmoreUSAHockey.com 3/29/14:  Women’s National Under-18 Team Tops Czechs; Will Play Canada for Gold. Sydney Baldwin (Shorewood, Minn.) and Rebecca Gilmore (Wayland, Mass.) each scored power-play goals and Kenzie Kent (Norwell, Mass.) added an even-strength tally midway through the third period to lift the U.S. Women’s National Under-18 Team past the Czech Republic, 3-1, in the International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 Women’s World Championship semifinals here today.  The game will be broadcast via livestreaming here at 12:30pm ET: http://u18womensworlds.usahockey.com/news_article/show/371273

Boys Hockey to play in tournament, first round Thursday night in Stoneham

MIAA.net Boys Hockey in Div 3N Tournament. #7 Seed Wayland plays #10 Rockport in Stoneham on Thursday night. The winner plays Marblehead on March 2 (time and location TBD).

Wayland’s Bonner headed north of border

Wayland Town Crier 1/29/13: Wayland’s Bonner headed north of border. Wayland Middle School student Riley Bonner will be joining his teammates on the Boston Junior Bruins to participate in the 53rd Annual Quebec International PeeWee Hockey Tournament in February in Quebec City, Quebec. Bonner, a seventh grader and hockey player at WMS, will join players from the U.S., Canada and Europe in one of the largest PeeWee hockey tournaments. The event is expected to draw more than 200,000 spectators and is televised on Canadian national television.