September Open Skates

New Hartford Youth Hockey will be holding pre-season open ice for Mites, Squirts, Pewees and Bantams. This ice is open to all current members and any other players who are interested in a few practices before the season starts. You must have a valid USA hockey number to skate.

Dates/times are as follows:

  • 9/18:
    • Mites/Squirts: 730-830
    • Pee wee/Bantam: 830-930
  • 9/25:
    • Mites/Squirts: 730-830
    • Pee wee/Bantam: 830-930

Any questions feel free to contact me. blueshirt@roadrunner.com

Thanks,
Chris Moran

September Board Meeting

(REVISED)the September board meeting is going to be held at Tom Cavallos Restaurant, Tuesday September 12th @ 8:00 PM. Please let anyone know that is interested in the happenings for the 2017-2018 season. Hope to see you there, the NHYHA Board.

NHYHA 2017-2018

We would like to keep everyone in the loop on next seasons plans. At this time NHYHA plans to field teams at the following levels for next season:

  • LTS (Eric Gooldy coach)
  • LTP
  • Mite (Pete Desimone Shaun Brennan and other remaining coaches from last season)
  • Squirt
  • Pee Wee (Bill Gall coach)
  • Bantam (Kevin Darby coach)
  • Midget 18u

The possibility of multiple teams at each level exists if the numbers warrant. We are in the process of booking ice slots for tryouts late March or early April. Stay tuned to your email, our web site or Facebook for further details. Thank You for choosing NHYHA. 

Chris Moran
NHYHA President

Bobby T Ciccotti Foundation Donation

img_4029New Hartford Youth Hockey is proud to announce that for the third consecutive year we have been the recipient of $1,000 dollar donation from the Bobby Ciccotti foundation. The hard work of our high school team winning the Ciccotti tournament again last fall has made us fortunate enough to receive this donation. The Bobby Ciccotti tournament was started three years ago in Honor of Bobby Ciccotti who was a Rome Youth Hockey and RFA high School player. He was tragically killed in a motor cycle accident at a young age. His family started this tournament as a fundraiser for the foundation. One of there goals with their fundraising is to help underprivileged kids be able to afford to play sports. The HS team who wins the tournament each year is given a donation of $1,000 to give to their local youth hockey association . We have been fortunate enough to win it 3 years in a row! With that being said we have set that money aside each year for the purpose of helping anyone in need of help with registration or equipment costs. If you know of anyone who you think would need help feel free to contact me or any board member to discuss. Thank you and congratulations to our boys!! They will be looking to win it again this Thanksgiving weekend! Happy Holidays

Chris Moran