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    Rome Youth Hockey Association

    Rome Youth Hockey Association Our Mission is to provide our youth with the best possible opportunity to HAVE FUN while playing the sport of Ice Hockey.


    Tryout Dates Posted!

    Head coaches have been named for the following travel and tournament bound teams:

    10U Co-Ed Erik Curtis

    12U Co-Ed Nate Van Wie

    12U Girls John Blaich

    14U Co-Ed Dan Pylman

    14U Girls Steve Zizzo

     

    Below are the evaluation dates that have been set for 2019/2020 tryouts. Tryout dates are only for tournament bound / travel teams, all other evaluations will be conducted in September / October 2019. The cost for tryouts is $20 per skater, per team trying out for, an online registration/payment link will be available soon on our website on the registration page.

     

    RYHA will look to field team at the 10u-Travel, 12u-Girls Tournament Bound, 12u-Tournament Bound, 14u Girls Tournament Bound and 14u Tournament Bound.

    All tryouts will be held at Whitestown Ice Arena unless indicated otherwise.

    10u Travel

    April 6th 4-4:50PM

    April 7th 3-4:20 PM

     

    12u Girls Tournament Bound

    April 6th 5-5:50 PM

    April 7th 4:30 - 6:00 PM

     

    12u Tournament Bound

    April 6th 6-6:50PM

    April 7th 6:15 - 7:50 PM

    April 8th 8-8:50 PM

     

    14u Girls Tournament Bound

    4/22 8-9:10 PM

    4/23 - 7pm (At Meachem Ice Rink)

    4/29 8-9:20 PM

    5/3 7-8:20 PM (Tentative)

     

    14u Tournament Bound

    4/22 9:10 - 10:20 PM

    4/24 4-5:20 PM

    4/27 5:30 - 6:50 PM

    5/3 7-8:20 PM (Tentative)



    IP/Stickside Session 2 Registration is now open!

    Click on the link below to begin your online registration session.

    First Day of Session 2: January 6th, 2019

    The Registration "Home" is not currently available.


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    REGISTER BELOW FOR THE 2019 SPRING TRYOUTS.

    To demonstrate how a full sheet of ice looks to a child, USA Hockey put adult players on an extra large rink with giant nets to simulate what a child sees. The players found the games tiring, difficult and said they would lose interest quickly in the sport if that was what they faced. See how adult players opened their eyes to what is being taught by the American Development Model of cross-ice hockey and small-area games. Learn more at ADMKids.com.