Tuesday, Grady Shoemaker was officially added to the Squirt II roster. Grady's journey is such a great example of prayer, hard work, determination and "grit" paying off! Please join us in welcoming Grady and his family back to Lakes Region Youth Hockey!
Kraft foods is sponsoring a $150,000 arena improvement donation contest! There is a 2nd & 3rd place cash prizes as well. We NEED people to log in & write a few words about what makes OUR rink great & why we deserve the prize. PLEASE take some time & fill this out & SEND IT ALONG TO OTHERS AS WELL. Link: CLICK HERE
From backyard rinks, to downtown community arenas, the passion for hockey exists all over this country. But which community’s passion for hockey burns brightest? Kraft Hockeyville is looking for America’s most passionate hockey community.
Up until March 18, 2015, tell us in 2,500 characters or less what makes your community so passionate about hockey. The winning community will walk away with the title of Kraft Hockeyville, and host a 2015-2016 NHL® Pre-Season Game in their community broadcast live from NBCSN, plus $150,000 towards upgrading their local arena courtesy of Kraft.
Minis getting ready for first game tomorrow!
Dear NH/VT Youth Hockey Coaches & Administrators,
On Sunday, January 11 (puck drops @ 4 PM), Dartmouth men's hockey will be holding a Youth Day promotion when they play host to the University of Vermont (ranked #10 in the country as of the Christmas break). As part of Youth Hockey Day at Dartmouth College, all youth hockey players in grades 8 & below can attend for just $2 and the first 100 kids in attendance dressed in their team’s youth hockey jersey will receive a Dartmouth hockey water bottle! In addition, all teams with a minimum of 10 players in attendance will be entered in a drawing to win 1 hour of ice time at Thompson Arena. Please let me know if you have any questions- Jan 11th’s game is expected to be a sell-out, so preordering tickets through Dartmouth’s ticket office (603-646-2466) is highly recommended!
Marketing & Events Asst.
On behalf of the entire LRYHA Board of Directors we would like to wish you the very Merriest of Christmases and Happy Holidays! Enjoy time with your families and good health to all!
Merry Christmas from all the Elves
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As a reminder to our parents and families, USA Hockey has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to conduct at USA Hockey sanctioned sporting events. Comments made should only be positive and encouraging and may never be disparaging to a player, coach or official. These matters will be taken seriously by our organization and could result in disciplinary action.
The "Laker Way" has been to welcome other parents to our facility, act respectfully to coaches and officials, and give opposing players their due. We have maintained those standards when visiting other facilities. Let's be sure to continue with this same philosophy.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
We recommend you watch these helpful videos on the importance of proper fitting equipment. Click the link below and then on each equipment title to watch the video's -
We also have some helpful tips under "Equipment" - click on the "Resources" tab. Thanks!
Please see the attached flyers for information regarding both programs. Mini Mites will begin Monday 11/10/14 from 5:00-5:55pm and LTS starts Saturday 11/22/14 from 10:50-11:50am. Registration info is included in each flyer.
REMINDER - A Laker player will receive a tuition savings/credit of $50 for each Learn to Skate and Mini-Mite player who they recruit as “rookies’ to the league. When your friend registers online ask that they send an email to Jen McGreevy our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ask them to provide their name as the new skater, as well as your name as the referring Laker family.
Please see the attached letter welcoming our newest members.