Program runs for July 8 through August 22, 2019.
Here's what included:
Two weekly ice sheets for each of these groups (10u, 12u & 14u) with 1hr/20min on ice. We are looking at 20-25 mins of warm ups and practice followed by 55-60 mins of small area games and/or scrimmage. This summer these groups will enjoy almost 20 hrs of on ice and will play hockey.
8u & Midgets will receive one weekly slot following the same format.
As the 2018-2019 season comes to a close, a sincere thank you to all of the Saratoga Youth Hockey Members, and family. Check back soon for Summer Hockey updates.
Come watch Mite House in the Vernon Cup this SUNDAY at 10:10 am with End-of-the season celebration all morning and early afternoon!!
Way to go Mite White for taking first place in the Center State Tourament this past weekend!
Way to go Mite Blue who took first place at Center State this past weekend!
Congrats to Toga's very own Squirt C Team who brought home first place in the Skaneateles Dicken's Holiday Classic this past weekend! Way to go TOGA!
Congrats to PW B who brought home Silver this past weekend from Lake Placid!! Way to go TOGA!
Can Am 2018 Squirt AA Champions
Rink Rat Tournament Pee Wee B Undefeated Champs!!
Congratulations to the Peewee A Team for taking home the Bronze medal at the CanAm Tournament in Montreal.
Massena Mite Madness Tournament White Division Champs
Peewee A Bronze medal winners - CanAm Montreal
Congratulations to our Midget and Squirt AA teams!!
Midgets have won the Oswego and Auburn Tournaments so far this year.
Championship game in Oswego was 3-2 in Overtime
Championship game in Auburn was 6-1. In Auburn they only gave up 4 goals this weekend.
Our Squirt AA team was the winner of the Miracle on Ice Tournament in Lake Placid this past weekend, taking home the gold for their division.
Looking for a tournament for your team? We host a Squirt, Pee Wee, and Bantam level tournaments. Click on the document below for some quick facts.
Saratoga Youth Hockey Members and Families,
I am incredibly excited to officially announce and begin my first term as President of SYHI, replacing the leadership of our amazing outgoing President, Jeff Yule. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Jeff for all of his hard work and dedication to the organization these past years. I will continue to utilize his knowledge generously passed down to me in order to successfully transition into our next great 2017-2018 season. As incoming President, my goal is to promote the value of our community-based hockey program, which is dedicated to providing all ages of youth participants with the opportunity to experience the great game of hockey while continuing to strengthen skill, development, teamwork, sportsmanship and FUN! Assisting me in achieving this goal is a Board powered 100% by volunteer SYHI members. Each board member brings a diversity of thought, talent and passion to the organization (http://www.syhi.org/page/show/522193-syhi-board-of-directors). I am honored to lead and work with such an amazing team. Nothing we do would be possible without a strong community of people passionate enough to volunteer for SYHI, especially our dedicated and enthusiastic Coaches who offer up their time and talents benefitting the youth of SYHI.
There are so many who have helped make SYHI what it is today and, for that, I thank you. I hope we can continue to carry that torch and serve the evolving needs of our youth into the next exciting 2017-2018 season. I look forward to serving as your new SYHI President.
Here are a couple of helpful documents to review and share with your player(s).
The first, provided by renown local skating expert Dave Randall, is a series of off ice exercises that can and should be done at home. This form also contains info on skate sharpening and what skates/blades he recommends.
The second document is provided by Tim Grande who is currently serving as assistant coach to our 16U Elite Wrap team. This document provides info on what to eat and drink after competition. This info is especially helpful for tournaments or days with multiple games.