NMH competes in the New England Prep School Ice Hockey Association, playing one of the strongest and toughest college preparatory school schedules in New England. The schedule includes two of the most prestigious and heavily scouted holiday tournaments: the Lawrenceville Tournament and the Cushing-Watkins Tournament. At NMH, ice hockey's demanding schedule plays a huge part in player development and practices are focused on developing the skills players will need in order to succeed at the highest level.

NMH has experienced incredible success developing and graduating players to college hockey. In recent years over 60 players have gone on to play college hockey, including many Division I players in the country’s top conferences; Big Ten, Hockey East, ECAC, and Atlantic Hockey among them. Other players have gone on to play at top academic/athletic schools in the country. NMH has had a player on every team in the NESCAC program over the past ten years. NMH players have had success beyond college, with some going on to play professional hockey in the NHL, AHL, ECHL, and Europe. Former NMH Hogger Brian Strait '06 currently patrols the blue line for the in the National Hockey League. Brian had a decorated career at NMH before heading to the USA National Development Program on route to winning a NCAA National Championship with Boston University.

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The Hoggers doubled up Andover 4-2 today at McCollum Arena to secure an important late season win. Grady Friedman '21 staked the Hoggers to a 1-0 lead when he tipped in a Chris Throndson '20 shot from the point. About two minutes later, The Hoggers struck again when Reese Ferrell '20 took a Jack Loran '19 pass and fired a wrister past the Big Blue netminder. The Hoggers opened the second stanza on a Power Play and made it count when Devan Tongue '19 jabbed one in from a tight angle by the Andover post to give the Hoggers a 3-0 lead. Big Blue fought hard and pulled one back on their own Power Play opportunity later in the period. In the third period, Andover notched another goal to pull within one and continued to press hard for the equalizer. However, NMH received a Power Play opportunity with about 5 mins to go in the game and grabbed an insurance marker when Devan Tongue '19 poked in a rebound off a Mike Kennedy '19 shot from the point. Andover pulled their keeper late for an extra attacker but were unable to puncture the Hogger defense. Connor Hasley '20 was between the pipes and turned in another excellent performance. Next up, the Hoggers play their final regular season contest Saturday night against Hoosac School at RPI's historic Houston Field House in Troy, NY.