Youth Hockey organization for the towns of Haverhill, Pentucket, Groveland, Georgetown, Merrimac, Paistow, Newton NH, Salem NH and surrounding areas.

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GHPYH Mission Statement
The mission of the Greater Haverhill / Pentucket Youth Hockey Program is to administer and maintain a not-for-profit organization designed to support inter-league competition in the sport of hockey. It is our objective to foster good sportsmanship, discipline and teamwork through the execution of structured programs. We will provide for a positive learning experience geared towards developing the fundamental knowledge and athletic ability of our players.
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Winter Weather!
12/08/2017
Dear GHPYH Members –   As you find this note, I...
No Practice 12/7
12/07/2017
All,  The rink just informed me that there is a broken water...
Winter Fundraiser - Cash Calendar
12/03/2017
It's that time of year again! The cash calendars are in and the Winter Fundraiser will...
Locker Rooms and Winter Hours
11/28/2017
Parents,  Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving.  With...
Bantam 1's win the Turkey Shootout
11/28/2017
Congratulations to the Bantam 1 team! They participated, and WON...
Learn to Play Starts 12/3
11/27/2017
 
Winter Weather!

Dear GHPYH Members –

 

As you find this note, I hope everyone is having a fun and safe holiday season! I am writing to you you for a quick update with weather approaching.

 

The cancelation policy of the games starts at the rink where the game is held.  If the rink closes, then they notify the Valley League, who will then cancel the game on their website.  If you are wondering if the rink is closed, you can look on the Valley League website at: www.valleyhockeyleague.com.  We will monitor the site and advise as soon as we see, or are notified, about a rink closure/game cancelation.  The Board of Directors and Coaches DO NOT MAKE the decisions on game cancelation. Generally speaking, games and practices do not get canceled as the rinks don't like to close. We're a winter sport, after all.  It is safe to assume games will be played as scheduled.

 

Learn to Skate, Winter Session – The winter Learn to Skate session has been posted within the registration page. This 10 week session gets underway January 13th at 11am.

 

Thank you for all your support!


Go Thunder!

Chris


by posted 12/08/2017
No Practice 12/7

All,

 The rink just informed me that there is a broken water heater at the rink. They cannot make ice or provide restroom facilities. For that reason, practice is cancelled for today, December 7th, 2017. Thanks

 

Chris


by posted 12/07/2017
Winter Fundraiser - Cash Calendar

It's that time of year again! The cash calendars are in and the Winter Fundraiser will begin this week. We'll be handing out packets to each coach/team manager.

This fundraiser is a critical tool in helping us keep our costs among the lowest in the area. The fundraiser has typically raised enough to pay for our march practice ice bill.  It’s also a great way for the kids to give back to our league. Not to mention the chance to have some friends and family win some cash! Prizes range from $100-$500 per day!

As in years past, each player is asked to sell a minimum of 10 calendars, though there is no limit. In fact, the more you sell, the better chances you have to win great prizes like: Bruins tickets, Hill Hockey summer clinic and more!  

As in years past, we’ll use February as our month to draw our winners. Please see you coach Tuesday at skills to grab your calendars.  All calendar stubs and collections are due no later than 1/23/18 to your child's coaches. We’ll be collecting completed stubs and entry fees after the new year.  We'll coordinate times during skills in January to have board members present to collect envelopes.

Thank you for supporting this important fundraiser for the league! 

Go Thunder!


by posted 12/03/2017
Locker Rooms and Winter Hours

Parents,

 Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving.  With the passing of the holiday, that means the High School hockey teams are back in the building.  So that means a few things:

  1. Practice Times - We will no longer have the 5pm hour as the HHS boys take that slot. So skills sessions will move back 1 hour for each group. And that could mean slightly fewer practices from time to time during the week. As in the fall, we'll have some wednesday practice hours occasionally as well.
  2.  Locker Rooms - Our 6pm practices follow the Haverhill High School Boys.  They use the showers. Please no girls or Moms in the main locker rooms.  Have the girls change in the girls locker room. And if kids need help gettind dressed or tying skates, have them get ready in the lobby. The boys are respectful but are also no shy. Considered everyone warned!

Thank you!

Chris

 


by posted 11/28/2017
Bantam 1's win the Turkey Shootout

Congratulations to the Bantam 1 team! They participated, and WON the Bantam Division of the Turkey Shootout in Hooksett NH.

They defeated both the Maine Moose & NH Jr. Monarchs by the same score of 7-1 on Friday.

On Saturday Dylan Soucy was stellar in net with a shutout in a 6-0 victory against the Maine Jr. Black Bears.

In the Championship game on Sunday, they again defeated the Maine Jr. Black Bears 5-2 in a very physical battle, with Evan Jeffries being awarded the MVP for the Bantam One team.

This is back to back Hooksett tournament victories for the Bantam 1 squad. Congrats to the Bantam 1 team, Coach Bucky and all the coaches!


by posted 11/28/2017
Learn to Play Starts 12/3


by posted 11/27/2017
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