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East Haven Announces Tier 1 U16 and U18 Midgets

East Haven Announces Tier 1 U16 and U18 Midgets

Tryout Schedule below:

2014 -2015 EAST HAVEN TIER 1 MIDGET TRYOUT SCHEDULE
 
Level Tryout Date Time Location
TIER 1 U16 1 Friday, April 11 6:00-7:20pm Hamden
  2 Saturday, April 12 9:00-10:20am Hamden
  3 Saturday, April 12 1:30-2:50pm Hamden
  All Star Game Sunday, April 13 8:00-9:00am Hamden
         
TIER 1 U18 1 Friday, April 11 7:30-8:50pm Hamden
  2 Saturday, April 12 10:30-11:50am Hamden
  3 Saturday, April 12 3:00-4:20pm Hamden
  All Star Game Sunday, April 13 9:10-10:10am Hamden

 

                                          U16 Head Coach Steve Novodor - U18 Head Coach Jon Bellonio

For more information please Email -   

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Uniform Fitting
04/04/2014
COMING SOON!!   ***Mandatory New Player Uniform Package...
SQUIRT TUITION REDUCED!!!
04/03/2014
EHYHA is pleased to announce that for the 2014-2015 season the...
2014-2015 Tuition
04/02/2014
Mites Resident - $1100 Non-Resident - $1300 Squirts Resident...
Squirt Tryout Results
04/01/2014
Congratulations to the following on being selected to the East Haven...
CT Wolf Pack and East Haven Youth Hockey announce an affiliation
03/23/2014
CT Wolf Pack and East Haven Youth Hockey announce an affiliation...
Bantam A Wins Tier II State Championship
03/17/2014
Congratulations to the Bantam A Team on their Tier II State Championship. ...
EHYHA Locker Room Policy
11/11/2013
Please Read EHYHA Locker Room Policy. Click here to read.
Mandatory Helmet Rule
10/03/2006
CHC - USA Hockey Coaches Helmet Rule and Violations ALL coaches...
 
Uniform Fitting
by posted 04/04/2014
 

COMING SOON!!

 

***Mandatory New Player Uniform Package Includes***

Home & Away Jerseys

Home & Away Socks

Shell

 

At that time, incoming players will also have the chance to pick their numbers. Returning players can also get sized and purchase any piece of the package individually.

***This year we ask that all players please have a navy or black helmet***

 


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SQUIRT TUITION REDUCED!!!
by posted 04/03/2014
 

EHYHA is pleased to announce that for the 2014-2015 season the registration fee for Squirts both Resident and Non-Resident, A & B Levels will be $1500. There are positions remaining on both teams and EHYHA will be offering a free evaluation session, date to be announced soon!


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2014-2015 Tuition
posted 04/02/2014
 

Mites

Resident - $1100
Non-Resident - $1300

Squirts
Resident & Non-Resident - $1500

Pee Wee
Resident - $1800
Non-Resident - $2300

Bantam
Resident - $1800
Non-Resident - $2300

Half Year Bantam

$950 - Must be paid in full prior to first team skate

 


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Squirt Tryout Results
posted 04/01/2014
 

Congratulations to the following on being selected to the East Haven Squirt A team for the 2014-2015 season. There will be a commitment signing on Thursday night in East Haven at the rink from 5:30 - 7:30 PM. All commitment letters must be signed Thursday night, 4/3/2014 or you will forfeit your roster spot.

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CT Wolf Pack and East Haven Youth Hockey announce an affiliation
posted 03/23/2014
 
CT Wolf Pack and East Haven Youth Hockey announce an affiliation to enhance and develop East Haven Youth Hockey’s
 
  • Coaching
  • Player Development
  • Game Schedule
 
Through this relationship East Haven players will have membership in the AAA Eastern Junior Elite Prospects League (EJEPl.com) at the 2001 and 2002 levels and access to CT Wolf Pack Tier 1 Youth Coaching staff.  The EJEPL membership gives the East Haven 2001 and 2002 teams  a AAA schedule that includes 16 league games, league showcases, All Star game and Playoffs in addition to their regular CHC league schedule ,all with minimal travel.
 
Players will have access to a Pre season hockey camp, skills sessions with guest coaching from Connecticut Wolf Pack Tier 1 Youth program (Peter Alden, Steve Novodor, Jon Bellonio) and goalie training.
 
We feel that this affiliation provides players with an introduction to Tier 1/AAA hockey and an opportunity to continue their development.
 
For more information email Ray Marsico at
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Bantam A Wins Tier II State Championship
posted 03/17/2014
 

Congratulations to the Bantam A Team on their Tier II State Championship.  They faced New Canaan Sunday in the finals and won the game 2 to 1 for the championship.  With the win the Bantam A’s will represent East Haven at the Nationals in Hackensack NJ in 2 weeks. 

Congrats to the kids and coaches on their win.  Good luck at the Nationals...


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EHYHA Locker Room Policy
posted 11/11/2013
 
Please Read EHYHA Locker Room Policy. Click here to read.
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Mandatory Helmet Rule
by Angelo Avallone posted 10/03/2006
 

CHC - USA Hockey Coaches Helmet Rule and Violations
ALL coaches MUST be wearing helmets on the ice during all practices.  This includes house and travel teams, as well as clinics. There has been plenty of time to communicate this rule, and compliance should be a given at this point.  But this has not been the case.  To date, approximately 10 programs and coaches have received warnings.  The rule is simple and does require 100% compliance by all CHC member programs and their coaches.

 

The rule is as follows.  A “modern” helmet must be used at all times when a coach is on the ice.  Enforcement is made through the punishment for each offense: 1st infraction = Warning; 2nd infraction = 1-game suspension; 3rd infraction = Match penalty.  Sanctions may also be imposed upon the program for wanton disregard of this rule.

The coaches not only need to wear an approved HECC helmet, but it must be worn correctly. I was dumbfounded at recently held coaching clinics where coaches not only didn't want to wear helmets, but those that did were upset when we asked them to fasten chinstraps. Some coaches had gone so far as to take the ear loops off the helmet so there was no place for a chin strap at all.

This is not only a safety issue now, but also an integrity issue. If we as coaches can't abide by the rules, how can we in good faith expect the kids we coach to abide by rules we set.

 


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