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09/19/2017
NRR Team OFF ICE Training Starting September 11
09/10/2017
•SQUIRTS •Mondays between 4 - 4:30pm • •PEE...
RoughRider Night at Soundtigers
09/09/2017
Hi all,  On November 24, the Soundtigers are hosting RoughRider...
HOCKEY'S DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES
09/07/2017
September 6, 2017 - United States Hockey League (USHL) -  U.S....
NY RANGERS ROOKIE LEAGUE - GET YOUR SPOT NOW
08/03/2017
Don’t miss your shot on a New league for new players!   ONLY...
 
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by posted 09/19/2017
NRR Team OFF ICE Training Starting September 11
•SQUIRTS
•Mondays between 4 - 4:30pm
•PEE WEE/BANTAMS
•Mondays   5 – 5:45pm
•Wednesdays  6:45 – 7:30pm
•Thursdays  6:15 – 7pm

by posted 09/10/2017
RoughRider Night at Soundtigers

Hi all, 

On November 24, the Soundtigers are hosting RoughRider night at Webster Bank Arena when they play the Hartford Wolfpack. Our players will be stick kids & anthem buddies and hold the big flag.  Any questions please feel free to email Steve Ehrlich at sehrlich15@yahoo.com.

Thanks

 

 

 


by posted 09/09/2017
HOCKEY'S DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES

September 6, 2017 - United States Hockey League (USHL) -  U.S. National Team

News Release

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Hockey joined the NHL, NHLPA and fourteen other leading hockey organizations from around the world today in New York City in unveiling and signing a Declaration of Principles document designed to guide stakeholders in their efforts to advance policies, programs and initiatives.

"The principles are ones we've always believed in at USA Hockey and we're certainly pleased today to join the global hockey community in furthering efforts to better our sport," said Pat Kelleher, executive director of USA Hockey. "We've made enormous progress in the U.S. and with the collaboration of all these entities we will continue to further advance hockey, a sport we all believe brings many positives to society as a whole."

The full text of the Declaration of Principles that was signed by 17 hockey organizations today is below. Those 17 organizations, along with USA Hockey, the NHL and NHLPA, also include the American Collegiate Hockey Association, American Hockey League, Canadian Hockey League, Canadian Junior Hockey League, Canadian Women's Hockey League, College Hockey Inc., East Coast Hockey League, Hockey Canada, International Ice Hockey Federation, National Collegiate Athletic Association, National Women's Hockey League, North American Hockey League, U Sports, and United States Hockey League.

Declaration of Principles

We believe every leader of the sport has the responsibility to inspire stakeholders in an effort to deliver a positive family hockey experience. Hockey participation offers families value beyond making a child a better player or even a better athlete. The game of hockey is a powerful platform for participants to build character, foster positive values and develop important life skills. These benefits are available to all players, desirable to every family and transcend the game.

Today, guided by our common values, we jointly pledge to the following Principles.

We Believe:

Hockey should be an enjoyable family experience; all stakeholders - organizations, players, parents, siblings, coaches, referees, volunteers and rink operators - play a role in this effort.

Hockey's greatest value is the role it plays in the development of character and life skills.

All hockey organizations - regardless of size or level of competition - bring value to players and families in their ability to deliver a positive family experience.

Physical activity is important for a healthy body, mind and spirit.

There are significant benefits of youth participation in multiple sports.

Hockey programs should be age-appropriate for all players, accounting for each individual's physical, emotional and cognitive development.

There is great value in all forms of hockey, both on and off the ice.

All hockey programs should provide a safe, positive and inclusive environment for players and families regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation and socio-economic status. Simply put, hockey is for everyone.

We believe in our ability to improve lives and strengthen communities globally through hockey. We believe that living by these Principles will provide a healthy, balanced and enjoyable experience for all and inspire impactful service beyond the rink. 


by posted 09/07/2017
NY RANGERS ROOKIE LEAGUE - GET YOUR SPOT NOW

SIGN UP TODAY FOR THE NEW YORK RANGER HOUSE LEAGUE AT SONO ICE HOUSE
Don’t miss your shot on a New league for new players!
 
ONLY $250 for 12 WEEKS. 
 
The Rookie League is a new program designed to further instill the fun and excitement of playing hockey by bringing in a little friendly competition to the skills that your child has already developed from Learn to Play.
 
Once a week, for 12 weeks, your child will continue to learn hockey basics and further their enjoyment of the game as they meet new teammates and play against other beginners their age.  At the end of the season, we will celebrate everyone’s accomplishments by hosting a Junior Rangers Jamboree for all of the players in the league.
 
The League Is October 14- December 30.
 
SPECIAL DISCOUNT - SIGN UP FOR THIS PROGRAM AND RECEIVE DISCOUNTS ON OTHER SONO PROGRAMS (SoNo Mite and Squirt Development, SoNo House League, Little and Future Riders). For more information Please contact SoNo Ice House at 203-956-0255 and ask for John.
 
We hope you’ll join us on the ice again this season. Season 1 of the Rookie League starts soon. Register to participate at Sono Ice House.
 

by posted 08/03/2017
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