The New Prague Trojans Boys’ High School Hockey Coaching Staff is once again pleased to be offering the Trojan Training Program (TTP) for the summer of 2018. Camp will run the weeks of June 4th, June 11th and June 18th. Camp is off the weeks of June 25th and July 2nd! Camp is back on for the weeks of July 9 and July 16th.
The HDC committee is responsible for the hockey development program for New Prague hockey. Applying for this committee acknowledges that you are willing and able to provide input, time, and energy into the following areas; coach selection, coach education, player development program, coach/player/parent dispute resolution, tryouts, and any other duties as appointed by the board for boys and girls hockey.
Anyone interested in becoming a part of the HDC should send an application to firstname.lastname@example.org before April 30.
A big THANK YOU to everyone that turned out for HockeyFest last night despite the weather. A lot of planning goes into the event and we want to thank everyone that supported those efforts to make it such a great success.
Below are the results from board member elections:
If interested in one of the open positions, please contact Rena Bjerke @ email@example.com
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.
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.