Our organization's primary purpose is to provide a positive experience for hockey players and their families.

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Purpose:

Tri-County Youth Hockey is a club that looks to provide a positive hockey experience for our athletes. It strives to create opportunities for players to achieve their full potential both in the sport and as an individual. 

Leadership:

Our Leadership team is composed of talented, fun and dedicated coaches whom share a love of the sport as well as an understanding of individualizing programs and instilling sportsmanship. Also on Tri-County's leadership team are board members and parents that support the coaches' holistic philosophy and make program decisions that remain in step with those beliefs. Tri-County encourages all club members to participate in the board meetings so that everyone has an opportunity to voice ideas to make our club run efficiently and effectively. 

Values:

Tri-County Youth Hockey believes in developing strong individuals and strong athletes.  Our club offers competitive hockey at both the house and travel level. We pride ourselves on providing programs that develop the physical and psychological aspects of our youth. Members will share that we offer a family atmosphere where players can develop their hockey skills, but more importantly, establish close friendships, strengthen individual spirits and grow a passion for hockey.  We believe our successful team records and the growth of our programs speak to this club's commitment to these core values.  

For More Information:

Contact Travel League Commissioner

Contact House League Commissioner

General Information

2017 - 18 Program Prices

Facebook Page

Travel Tryout Dates

House Evaluation Dates

 

Midget 18U Travel Team

Coach Phil and his staff would like to congratulate the following players on being selected for the Tri-County Youth Hockey Midget 18U travel team.

 

Carter Augello

Jake Donoghue

Jacob Esposito

Zack Geitner

Josh Gimeli

Corey Granby

Matt Heyden

Cooper Johnson

Tucker Johnson

Curtis Kipple

Luke Leach

Matt Nielson

Liam Schreiner

Jack Skakuj

Cam Smith

Allonso Storey

Tucker Trask

Jason Uebelacker

Ryan Wells


by posted 04/16/2018
Pee Wee 2018 - 19

I would like to thank all of the parents for bringing out their children to the try outs. This was not an easy task to pick players and goalies. For the kids who did not make it. I have been there and was cut before. One word of advice to those whom did not make it, never ever give up. And always give it your best when you are on the ice either playing or trying out for a team. And try and prove to the coach who cut you that he or she made a mistake, be it another coach or myself. 

Here is the list of the 2018/2019 Pee Wee Eagles Travel Team:

Cami London

Sal Balbi

Ty Archibald

Levi Squillante

Dan Kucmerowski  ( DJ )

Lara Lisowski

Alex Schram

Mason Schram

Matt Rogers

Connor Thomas

Landen Christ

Shane Mesler

Jack Sheflin

Jack Pata

 


by posted 04/01/2018
Travel Tryouts


by posted 03/19/2018
Bantam Travel Wins

Bantam Travel Wins Tonawanda Lightning Tournament

Good Luck at States!

 


by posted 03/17/2018
2018 - 19 Coaches

The following coaches have been selected for the 2018-19 season

Initiation - TBD

U6 - TBD

Mite 3 - John McJury

Mite 2 - Dave King

Mite 1 - Clay Beeman

Squirt House - Kelly Gendrou

Squirt Travel - Rich Esposito

Pee Wee House - Jason Horn

Pee Wee Travel - Scott Walters

Bantam House - Kris Bonczyk

Bantam Travel - Dylan Bader

Midget House - John Pilon

Midget Travel - Phil Roe


by posted 03/13/2018
College Rules
COLLEGE RULES


Entrance:  Entrance in to the rink is to be through the SERC.  Use the lower doors.  There is netting up at the end of the rink to protect against any flying pucks.
                The upper doors that lead in to the SERC are alarmed and are EMERGENCY EXIT ONLY.
Rink Dividers:  The rink dividers are to be stored on the south wall of the rink and are not to be played on at any time.  They will not be kept next to the bleachers.
Parking:  We have free parking in the last row of V lot, this is right next to the tennis courts during monitored hours.  During the week these hours run to 7:00pm.  The parking is open on the weekends.  If you park in a metered spot you must follow the tags on the meter.  The reserved spots in the loop across from the ice rink are not available at any time, you can be towed without any warning.  If you want to purchase a parking pass you can for $57.00 for the year so you can park in a nearer spot at any time.  Here is the link to the college parking rates: 
www.brockport.edu/parking/campusparking/rates.html​  If you wish to take advantage of this please contact the parking office.

 

by posted 08/28/2013
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College Rules
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