Gil Alicea Bantam A Gil is a lifelong Ridgefield resident who began his hockey career at the age of five. He is in his fourth year of coaching and couldn't be happier giving back to a program that gave him so much as a child growing up. He was a two-time state champion, winning as both a PeeWee and a Bantam.
The USHL is the only Tier 1 junior hockey league in the country and the top development league for collegiate talent. These five former Jr Hurricane players were selected as follows:. I am thrilled that his hard work paid off!
Since I first started play hockey I always knew I wanted to play hockey at the collegiate level. However, until this year, when I started high school, I never really understood what it took to become a college athlete until now. I am dedicated to becoming a better student-athlete who is continually willing to improve.
The following teams or associations have taken the steps to play hockey the Right Way - Jack's Way. All are committed to safer play. The following individual Minnesota Youth Hockey teams have committed to Jack's Pledge and safer hockey; however, their parent associations have not committed. It is our goal to create a community of teams -- and hockey leaders -- to drive the culture changes for safe hockey.
The Valley Hockey League will continue to offer the same commitment to parity and competition across all levels and age classifications, which has been the hallmark of the Valley League since its inception in We look forward to a new and exciting season in the Valley Hockey League. The Valley Youth Hockey League is proud to announce expansion and restructuring for the season.
The summer months may be right around the corner, but that is not keeping the Valley Jr Warriors program from thinking ahead to the cooler days of hockey season. Later this year, some of the best youth and junior-level hockey teams will make their way to the Haverhill Valley Forum to take part in marquee tournament events — Warrior Classic, Warrior National Showcase and Warrior Thanksgiving Tournament. When running its own events, the Warriors provide each team with a tournament liaison and the tournament staff works closely with each participant to create a schedule that works best with its travel plans.
The midget minor ages squad is one of three Tier II teams from Casco Bay that have earned trip to national tournaments March April 1, the most of any youth hockey organization in Maine. Winners from those four regionals go to nationals in Irving, Texas. The Casco Bay midgets are a close-knit squad, according to vice president David Weatherbie, who is also coach of the peewees. Freeman registered 25 points goals plus assists in six games, Sterling Weatherbie had 20 and Hart had