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A Letter to the Revolution Family

By Mr & Mrs Pulley, 03/01/19, 6:15AM EST


Ice Gardens Now Under New Ownership

For almost 2 decades our family operated the Revolution Ice Gardens. During this time we have made a lot of friends, seen a lot of hockey games and players advance to collegiate hockey. In order to ensure the future of the ice sports in Bucks County, Devra and I have decided to sell the Ice Garden.

Through our time we have seen the formation of the Revolution at the junior, youth and elite levels. We have seen the advancement of girls hockey with the Lady Patriots and the development of many other youth and junior programs. We have watched the Revolution become one of the nation’s foremost programs with NCAA, ECHL, and AHL and NHL placement!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those coaches, volunteers, managers, players, parents, and administrators, who have given countless hours to the players, the rink, and ice hockey.

Although we have fielded many offers and interest, we have selected Black Bear Sports Group to succeed us in our passion. Black Bear became a perfect partner as they already own Ice Land in Mercer, New Jersey. Currently, their commitment to ice hockey is unprecedented by any other group in the Tri-State area. Black Street operates USHL, NAHL, EHL, and AYHL teams as well as many other youth organizations.

Chris Kanaly (GM - Revolution), Geoff Beauparlant (GM - Revolution Ice Gardens), and Meghan Clark (President - Revolution Youth) will continue to be fixtures as will others in the Revolution Family.

We wish Black Bear the best of luck in their continued advancement of the ice sports in the Atlantic District.

Phil and Devra