Winter Mite League 2016-17
For Players born in 2008 through 2011
If you are looking to start hockey after fall sports. We have an option for you! If you are looking for high quality skill development – Looking for the best deal in the area? We have it for you……..
PROGRAM OUTLINE & BENEFITS:
This program is open to all players born in 2008-2011. Limited spots are available so it is highly encouraged to enroll early in order to secure your spot for the 2016-2017 winter hockey season.
This league will feature a weekly 4v4 half/cross ice game allowing players to get more touches of the puck and always be involved in the play. Our Mite League averages three ice slots per week: Including weekly skills, practices and/or half-ice games. There may be additional game opportunities with other organizations for jamborees and scrimmages.
Other Program Highlights:
Sioux Falls, SD—The Sioux Falls Stampede started the season off in dramatic fashion, downing the Tri-City Storm 3-2 in a shootout before an opening night crowd of 9,014 fans at the PREMIER Center. Eric MacAdams tallied a goal and an assist in regulation and the game winner in the shootout while Jeremy Swayman stole the show with 48 saves in his USHL debut. It marks the second straight season the Herd won their home opener under head coach Scott Owens.
After a scoreless third period the game headed into overtime. For the first game of the season, fans were treated to a playoff like overtime with both teams exchanging great scoring chances, but Rasmussen and Swayman were up to the challenge and kept the game tied after 65 minutes.
In the shootout, Swayman stopped the first shooter, Deveaux and Matthew Quercia went top shelf on his shot for the Herd to give them a 1-0 edge. After another save from Swayman, MacAdams sealed the win with a great move, faking to his backhand and switching to his forehand where he tucked the puck under the pads of Rasmussen to give Sioux Falls the victory.
Opening for -
Mite League Players
Squirt Minor- 07 Goalie
For more information please contact Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Monarchs player and NYA Senior Josh Chapman on his commitment to NCAA Division 1 United States Military Academy (Army). We are looking forward to seeing Josh play for the Black Knights when he enters West Point in the fall of 2018!
The New Hampsjire Junior Monarchs would like to Congratulate Matt Quercia on being selected with the 9th pick of the 6th round by the Sioux Falls Stampede in the Phase II Draft. Quercia is a long time Junior Monarchs, who played this season with the 16U team and was promoted to the EHL Premier team after his season with the 16U team ended. Quercia is committed to NCAA Division 1 Power, Boston University. Congrats Q!
Matt Quercia has just committed to Boston University - Congrats Matt!!!
Monarchs win 1st game 3-1 over Charleston Jr. Stingrays..... follow all the action at http://nationals.usahockey.com/page/show/2455150-jr-monarchs-nh-
Monarchs take game #2 over Team Wyoming 5-1.....
In the 3rd game the Monarchs came up a little short to the Nevada Storm 5-4 in a Shoot-Out. They will play the Montana Thunderblades in a Semi-Final match up on Sunday 4/3 at 4:15pm. With a win they would move onto the championship game on Monday.
Semi-Final Game - The Monarchs broke out with a huge 8-0 win over the Montana Thunderblades. They will now play Team Wyoming for the National 1A Championship at 8:30am on Monday April 4th.
Championship Game - Team Wyoming beat the Monarchs 5-4 in a tough battle between 2 great teams. Congratulations to the Monarchs 02 Premier team for a great season. They won the MPDHL Premier division, won the Bantam Tier 2 State Championship and were Finalists in the U14 Tier 2 USA Hockey National Championship game. Thanks to all the coaches, players and parents for representing the Monarchs Organization in a 1st class manner not only in Nationals but the entire year!!
The Monarchs are looking for goalies at the 2007 & 2008 birth year. For more information please contact Jeremy at email@example.com
(Hooksett, NH) The New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs are pleased to announce that they have been accepted into the prestigious Tier 1 Elite Hockey League for the start of the 2016-17 season.
The Jr. Monarchs will ice teams at the U18, U16 and U14, possibly the U15 as well for this upcoming season. Official team tryouts will take place in late April / early May and will be announced shortly along with additional information. Pre-skate evaluations have been scheduled for Thursday, March 17- Tuesday, March 22- Thursday, March 24. All inquiries regarding the Jr. Monarchs TIEHL teams and tryouts can be sent to Jr. Monarchs Midget Program Director Clint Edinger: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tier 1 Elite League is regarded as the nation’s premier amateur hockey league. It features 20+ organizations (many of which are affiliated with NHL teams) spanning across the United States. Top level talent, league-wide, gives TIEHL players unmatched exposure to Junior, NCAA and Professional hockey clubs.
Director of Junior Hockey Operations, Ryan Frew had this to say, "This is an incredible opportunity for our organization and we are absolutely elated to have been selected to join the TIEHL. Our national brand has a rich history and long standing tradition of success that we are proud of...the move of our U14, U16 and U18 teams to this distinguished league continues to enhance our organization. We are looking forward to working with our new partners, and bringing arguably the best midget product available in the country to New Hampshire. Plain and simply put; we now offer the top choice for any U14 to U18 aged player and their family. I'm confident this decision will bolster our youth program as well. This is a groundbreaking move in this region, and we expect to attract the best players from across the country to the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs. It's a proud time for our program."
Matt Morrow, Director of Scouting commented, "The reputation of the TIEHL speaks for itself; it will open avenues for New Hampshire Jr. Monarch players that previously did not exist outside of New England. Our acceptance into the league allows our players to completely follow the path of development within our organization; from youth, to AAA, to Junior and on to high level college or even Pro. The opportunity for us to offer the highest level of hockey at each developmental step will provide our players with the resources necessary to achieve their very best. This is a game changer we are ready for, and we can't wait to get to work."
For more information about the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs please visit: www.nhjrmonarchs.com
For more information about the Tier 1 Elite League please visit: www.tier1elitehockeyleague.pointstreaksites.com