North Rockland Youth Hockey Association. Hockey organization for boys and girls based in the North Rockland Area.

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Welcome to NRYHA

Welcome to the North Rockland Youth Hockey Association's website. Here you will be able to register and pay for our programs. You will also be able to see our schedules, teams and rosters. Members can see stats and sign up to receive email reminders for games and practices. Links are also available to our social media sites and to register for USA Hockey also. Thank you for visiting and have a great season.

 

Junior Raiders Program

The Junior Raiders program is a way to get your child to continue playing hockey without the giant commitment to travel. The program is geared to get kids skating and still learning the fundamentals while playing some games at a level that's geared to the newer hockey players' speed. This program is ideal for players coming out of a learn-to-play program but is too old for an 8U program. Players get on the ice and practice just like a travel team, receiving all the great instruction from our coaching staff as well as guest instructors specializing in fundamentals. As your player develops, the hope is to have that player be ready to jump in with the travel teams and enjoy this great sport with our great organization. Any questions email nryouthhockey@gmail.com

 

 


by posted 05/16/2021
2021-2022 Tryouts/Season Information

2021-2022 SEASON REGISTRATION/TRYOUT INFORMATION

We will be holding tryouts/registration for the following teams:

8U-2013's-2016's

10U-2011/2012

12U-2009/2010

14U-2007/2008

16U (HS friendly)-2005/2006

**Sibling & Goalie Discounts**

Pre-Registration/Tryout fee: $150 (applied to tuition @commitment)

Registration/Tryout fee for walkups: $175 ($150 applied to tuition @commitment)

Tryout Dates

8U  April 30,  6-7pm. (Sport-o-Rama Ice Rink)

10U-12U  April 29, 30  6-7pm. (Sport-o-Rama Ice Rink)

14U-16U   May 13, 14  6-7pm. (Sport-o-Rama Ice Rink)

USA Hockey Certified Experienced Coaches/Skating Clinics & Specialized Goalie Instruction

Teams Compete in the HVHL & Tournaments

 

If you cannot attend your tryout date(s) please email nryouthhockey@gmail.com but you must register online.

 

by posted 04/02/2021
Ball Hockey League 2021

Ball Hockey is Coming to Pecks!

Click here to register for Junior Rangers Ball Hockey League


by posted 03/18/2021
Spring Prospects

The North Rockland School District Spring Prospects team will play in the middle school league at the Ice Vault this year.  Great opportunity for players in the NRCSD!


by posted 03/15/2021
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by posted 09/30/2020
USA Hockey Declaration

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USA Hockey is committed to creating a safe and fair environment for all participants. Respect for the game, opponents, coaches, and officials is a critical part of that environment and it covers several different aspects of sportsmanship and fair play. This Declaration of Safety, Fair Play and Respect will guide a change in culture as to what is considered to be acceptable/unacceptable body checking and competitive contact at all levels of play.

The Declaration clarifies and updates existing rules/definitions to emphasize the key points to more clearly outline what is deemed acceptable and unacceptable behavior. USA Hockey's website has videos that show examples of actions deemed "acceptable" and "unacceptable" to help illustrate expected behavior.

 

What is the Declaration of Safety, Fair Play and Respect?

When the USA Hockey Board of Directors ratified the Declaration of Safety, Fair Play and Respect in June of 2019 its intent was to create a culture that eliminates: 1) hits to the head, 2) hits from behind and 3) late hits.

The onus on modifying the culture lies with everyone in the game, from players, coaches and officials to media, parents, fans and administrators.

While the focus of the Declaration is largely around changing the culture and mindset involved with body checking, there is also language that deals with unsportsmanlike conduct centered around banging on the boards to celebrate a body check.

It should be noted that USA Hockey supports legal body contact and body checking. The culture shift is an on-going effort to eliminate 1) hits from behind, 2) late hits and 3) hits to the head by more clearly defining body checking .

It is recognized that this is an effort that will take time and focus that in the end will make the game better for all involved.

For more information, please reference the educational materials and resources on USA Hockey's website.

 
 

by posted 09/24/2020
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