As we approach the upcoming 2015-2016 hockey season, the Board would like to provide you with an update on how GFYHA will be handling the registration process for those individuals that have not met their membership requirements from last year. Those requirements would include unfulfilled sales ads, not meeting the volunteer requirements, or not paying your registration fees. If any of these requirements have not been met and there is an outstanding balance due on your account, you WILL NOT be able to register for the 2015-2016 until your account is in good standing. As much as the Board did not want to have to go to this measure we felt it was in the best interests of the membership as a whole. Thank you to everyone who has fulfilled your obligations and for those who have not, please do so as quickly as possible in order to not jeopardize your child’s ability to participate in the upcoming season. If you would like to discuss your personal situation, feel free to contact me at 701-738-4330 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jay Panzer- GFYHA President
NDAHA Player Development is excited to introduce our new Fall Elite Teams for 2015. In working to create both opportunity and exposure for ND Hockey and its players we have designed a program to achieve these goals.
Teams are structured as Tier I programs and the structure will include satellite training sessions and a weekend game schedule. All teams are USA Hockey rostered teams and upon completion of the fall season players will go back and play in their local communities.
Tryouts for these teams will take place on the following weekends in Grand Forks:
• August 7-9, 2015 – Boys 18U, 16U and 14U
• August 14-16, 2015 – Girls 19U and 14U
Additional information on these programs can be found below on the Fall Elite Teams Summary.
Please go to the NDAHA Website for more information: www.ndaha.org
North Dakota Amateur Hockey’s High Performance Goalie Camp will be in Minot on July 31 - August 2.
There will be 4 ice session combined with off ice session in which goaltenders will work in small groups to be able to have direct contact with the coaches and staff.
Goaltenders will be able to learn off ice skills to aid them on the ice as well as having seminar sessions to work through the aspects of the game and help them be prepared every time they step on the ice.
Cost for the camp is $195 for the weekend and all goalies will get a High Performance Hockey jersey.
The camp is open to all USA Hockey registered goaltenders with a birth year between 2005-1997.
Simply go to the Player Development page at www.NDAHA.org to register. Registration will be limited to insure a low to coach to goalie ratio.
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