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Who: Any Youth Hockey Player Mite-Bantam for 2015 – 2016 Season
What: Summer Ice Membership (includes pre-2015-2016 tryout fall conditioning)
When: Schedule Below
Where: Faribault Ice Arena (FIA)
Why: We all love to play hockey! This summer’s program is set up to allow you to attend when you are available and play other sports.
Cost: $200 for the first child in a Family and $100 for each additional child
Registration: On-line Registration (click here)
Contact Info: Dean Weasler - Dean@federalleaguehockey.com - 612-203-3306
Program Details: The schedule is set up for you to attend as many or few of the ice hours as you would like. Coaches will be available for each of the scheduled ice hours to run kids through drills specific to their needs. Kids will be grouped together to work on specific skills. Small area games will be played when enough players are available. The program will have between 50-60 hours of ice available for players to participate in.
Schedule: (see pdf for schedule)
* Signing up for the Summer Ice Membership also includes the pre-2015-2016 tryout fall conditioning sessions. Players not in this Summer Ice Membership will be charged $100 to participate in the pre-2015-2016 tryout fall conditioning sessions.
TICKETS: $40 each (500 tickets total)
DRAWING DATE: July 11th, 2015 at 7pm
LOCATION: Faribault Ice Arena
All are welcome to attend the drawing. We are attempting to put together a beer garden, bon fire, bag tournament, bands, etc. More details to come.
Equipment Return or Exchange Date
If you still need to return or rent equipment please contact Nate Nawrocki by phone 507-213-7574 or email email@example.com
“We want to continue to improve just as we expect our hockey players to do throughout the season. “
What the board works on and the decision that are made are based on feedback in surveys and from parents/coaches/hockey players throughout the year. Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback. See 2014-2015 mid-year survey results.
Great Article about the Faribault Boys High School Hockey Team
Segment of the article (click link to read more):
Tuesday night in a rugged hard played game played at the Faribault Ice Arena, the Faribault boys high team flew together on the ice and beat a tough Rochester Century team. The win pushed the Falcons to soaring new heights. Faribault is now second in the Big 9 conference challenging Mankato West for the Big 9 title and ranked in the top three in the thirteen team Section 1A; a lofty view that Faribault has not seen in the last five years.
At YHH, we go to the rinks and write the stories as we encounter them. Last Saturday, YHH posted the story on how a number of grandfathers of players on the Dodge County girls team had been diagnosed in the last month with cancer and how they were coping. Sadly, YHH encountered another cancer story in our visit to Faribault Tuesday.
In the 2009-2010 season, Faribault’s boys high school team had a great season posting a 20-7 record finishing second in the Big 9. Since then, the Falcons have gone 43-60-3 and have not made it past the Section 1A quarterfinals. This season, the Falcons have started to win posting a 13-4-1 record including Tuesday night’s 6-5 overtime win over Rochester Century. Faribault is now in second place in the Big 9 three points behind Mankato West with six Big 9 games yet to play including a key game with West in Mankato February 7th. At YHH, it was interesting to see that Faribault’s boys hockey team was suddenly contending in Section 1A for a high seed. It was not expected.
(click link to read more)
Minnesota Hockey requires background checks for all members - District 9 Board Members, Coaches, Managers, Association Board Memebers and Association Representatives. New this year is the electronic background check which allows you to complete the process in a mere minutes. Please use the link below to access the Minnesota Screening form and process. Follow the directions, it will take less than 2 minutes.