2018-2019 Season Registration is now open!
Deadline to register your player is September 15th
Remember if you have a player that is interested in hockey… all 1st year mites try hockey for free!
MANDATORY All Association Parent Meeting
When: Wednesday September 5th at 7pm
Who: NPHA Parents
It is MANDATORY that a parent from each family in the association attends this meeting. You will learn about updates to the NPHA Handbook along with other important information to have a successful season. Please make arrangements to attend the meeting, your player will not be able to participate in tryouts if you have not attending this meeting. If you are not able to attend the September 5th meeting, you may attend the regularly scheduled board meeting on September 12th as a make-up date.
(Note: Mite Only parents-you will attend the Mite Parent Meeting)
Outdoor Ice Committee/Coordinator
Do you like the outdoors? Don’t mind the cold weather? Want your volunteer hours waived?
We are looking to add 4 outdoor ice committee members to the team this year. After this season, several of our outdoor ice experts will be leaving us, so we are looking for new members to inherit their ice wisdom this season while we still have them! Our Outdoor Ice Coordinator, Bob Fenner, will be done after this season as well and looking for someone to work alongside Bob this season and take over as the Outdoor Ice Coordinator for the following seasons.
Ideal committee members would be those of you who will be in the association for several more years!
If you or someone you know, are interested or have questions, please reach out to Bob Fenner
Hardship Application deadline is Monday, September 10th Application and process can be found on the NPYHA website under Parents/Parent Docs. Unfortunately, we will be unable to accept applications after this date.
Mark Your Calendars
Tryouts begin for Squirts through Bantams Thursday October 4, 6, 7, 8. More information will be coming out in the coming weeks.
Mite Parent Meeting Thursday October 25 at 6:00
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.