Butter Braid Fundraiser is Back!!
Please consider helping our S.K.A.T.E. celebration be a great success again this year by selling Butter Braids! Your team manager or coach will have order forms for you to start selling.
For more information click on Butter Braids under the SKATE tab.
Anoka Hockey Mom's Spirit Wear
Check out the new Hockey Mom's spirit wear to support S.K.A.T.E. also. Click Mom's Jackets under the SKATE tab for all the information.
On Saturday, November 8th our Anoka High School Boys Hockey Team is pleased to host a one of a kind fundraising event. This event was very successful last year when the team earned over $3,300 for the players and program in a day! Help them reach their goal of $5,000+ this year!
If you think you could replace a mattress, or, if you know of any family or friends that could (for a home, cabin, or college student etc.) - PLEASE keep November 8th open! The mattress sale will be at our Anoka Fred Moore Middle School.
There will be 20+ sets on display to try out and a team of experts to answer any question you might have - they do not work on commission and are there to help the team raise money! No pressure - just savings to our community from 30-60% below retail on quality, name brand bedding (including Simmons Beautyrest). They are even offering free layaway and offer delivery!
All we ask is you just come in and take a look and/or help us spread the word.
It is a pleasure to be able to find a way to help our players and their families while providing cost savings to our community.
The High School program would very much appreciate your support of their fundraiser. Please spread the word to co-workers, neighbors, family and friends to help the kids!
See you on Saturday, November 8th, 10am-5pm
@ Anoka Fred Moore Middle School!
ONE DAY ONLY
PLEASE COME OUT & SUPPORT
ANOKA HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY!
The USA Hockey SafeSport Program was implemented in full last season for its members. The SafeSport Program was developed in conjunction with the United States Olympic Committee (“USOC”) and is designed to prevent abuse and maximize the safety of our participants in the off-ice environment. The SafeSport Training is part of the Program and is intended to heighten awareness of those that are in supervisory positions over youth participants in our game.
For the 2014-15 season, all coaches, managers and locker room attendants will be required to complete the SafeSport Training; however, we strongly encourage all members to complete the training.. The SafeSport Training is valid for 2 seasons. Thus if you took the training for 2013-14, you will not need to take the training again until the 2015-16 season (at which time a shorter “refresher” course will be available).
The training is available at no cost. The training was produced by the USOC and is comprised of short video segments that take approximately 90 minutes to complete; however, not all training needs to be completed in one session. You will need your USA Hockey Member Number, which can be obtained at www.usahockeyregistration.com (under Member Options, click on ‘Request Duplicate Registration Confirmation).
Information on how to register and access the SafeSport Training can be found on the website http://www.usahockey.com/page/show/909009-safesport-program-training-. Also, please be sure to select the USA Hockey SafeSport course as there are multiple courses available. The website also has links if you have questions about the training or on registering for the training.
Bantam AA - Travis Tollette
Bantam B1 - Scott Rohweder
Bantam B2 - John Heckmann
Peewee A - Aaron Phelps
Peewee B1 - Scott Leffler
Peewee C- Anthony Barthel
Squirt A- Justin Reinholz
Squirt B1 - Duane Mateychuk
Squirt B2 - Jason Sjostrand
Squirt C - Kris Finnestad
U14 - Al Blomker
U12A - C.J. Lyngen
U12B Blue - Brent Voeller
U12B Maroon - Eric Olson
U10B - John Hennes
The HEP Essay Contest, presented by Park Dental, is an annual tradition that encourages players to express their thoughts on what makes youth hockey a positive environment. The topic for the 2015 Hockey Education Program (HEP) Essay Contest has been announced and submissions will be accepted through Monday, December 15th.
All registered Minnesota Hockey participants are encouraged to enter the contest by completing the following: “My parents support my love of hockey by…” The top three essays, as selected by the HEP Committee, will be featured during the Fox Sports North broadcast of Hockey Day Minnesota on January 17, 2015. They will also be featured in Let’s Play Hockey magazine and have the opportunity to attend a Minnesota Wild home game this season. The contest winner will be randomly selected among the three finalists and will receive a “dream day” experience on a Minnesota Wild gameday during the 2015-16 season.
“The HEP Essay contest began in 2005, and it has become one of the highlights of the youth hockey season,” said Steve Morse, HEP Committee Chair. “It’s so gratifying to see all of the outstanding essays come in from kids, telling about how hockey has made a difference for them, and how they can make a difference through hockey. It’s a great way for our kids to spread positive messages that they’ve learned from their coaches, parents and teammates.”
Submissions will be accepted from October 14 through December 15. Original essays should be limited to 250 words or less, and should include the child’s name, hockey association, team/classification, address, phone number and email address. Submissions can be sent to:Minnesota Hockey Attn: HEP Essay Contest 317 Washington Street Saint Paul, MN 55102