Who: Players who played for NPHA in 2017/201
What: 10,000 puck shooting challenge
Where: Anywhere you can shoot hockey pucks
When: April 1st- Aug 31st
Why: Become better shooters
How: Register, record the number of shots you take each day.
Prizes: All players who reach 10,000 pucks receive a tee shirt!
-Top 3 shooters in each birth year will receive a prize.
-Top 3 shooters in the entire association will receive a prize.
-Prizes TBD but will be AWESOME!
*Shooting outside of challenge dates is encouraged, however, only official challenge dates (April 1-August 31) shooting will count toward prizes.
*Shots taken at practices are not to be counted for this contest.
*Shooters are encouraged to take half of their shots while on rollerblades.
*Challenge yourself! Shoot for accuracy vs just throwing pucks at the net.
*Shoot from different areas, not just straight on.
*Parents are encouraged to validate or enter their child’s shot count.
*This is an optional activity for players, but highly encouraged and proven to increase shot performance.
SAVE THE DATE……Please join us for some fun at the End of the Year Hockey Celebration! It will be on Tuesday, April 3 from 5:30-7:30 at the New Prague Area Community Center. We will have lots of games and activities, including, Bingo, Face Painting, Dodge Ball, Cotton Candy, Bounce House, Knee Hockey, and Annual Hockey Hair Contest! There will be a chance for players to win gift cards (Must be Present to Win). Voting will end at 6:30.
If you have questions, please contact Justina Cloutier at firstname.lastname@example.org
Preseason camp brochures have been posted for Mite/8U, Squirt/10U, PeeWee/12U and Bantam/14U
Online registration for these camps will be available soon.
The brochures with dates and times are available now for download.
To learn more information about the camps, find all the detail under Registrations> Programs/Clinics>Preseason Clinics, or Click Here
NPHA promotes sportsmanship, respect, and teamwork for all participants to the game. A ZERO tolerance policy is in effect for abusive behavior from parents, players and coaches towards any individual associated with the hockey program. Thank you for cooperating.