The Tri-City Eagles Hockey Association and The Gardens Ice House are thrilled to announce a new partnership combining all Tri-City rec and travel teams under the Tri-City Eagles brand. The Tri-City Falcons’ name will be retired. Tom Hendrix and Chris Buchleitner will continue to serve as the President and Hockey Director for the rec program (house mites and CCHL teams). Michael Pacylowski and Russell Smith will continue to serve as the President and Hockey Director for the travel program (CBHL teams). Jacquie Dzubak will take over as Hockey Director for the CBHL girls’ teams.
"We are thrilled to become a part of the Eagles family. This new partnership, with dedicated hockey directors for the three distinct programs, will ensure the best possible experience for rec and travel hockey players alike." - Tom Hendrix
In the coming season, the Tri-City Eagles will field teams at all skill levels for the first time in its history. Travel teams, from Mites to U18AA Midgets will continue to play in the Chesapeake Bay Hockey League. Rec teams from Squirts to U16 Midgets will continue to play in the Capitol Corridor Hockey League. There will also be a house league for all Mites allowing for players of all ages and skill levels to become Eagles!
"The Eagles family just got a whole lot bigger and we couldn't be happier. By maintaining the outstanding leadership that has made the Falcons a success in the past, all Eagles can expect the area's best youth hockey experience, led by the area's finest youth hockey coaches." - Michael Pacylowski
Travel players that are interested in becoming a Tri-City Eagle should register for the April tryouts today: www.tricityeagles.com/tryouts. Registration for rec teams will be made available by mid-April. If you are not sure what is best for your player, please contact us at email@example.com. We can walk you through the benefits of our various programs.
This Friday, March 27th from 6-7PM at The Gardens Ice House, we will be holding an open house for all 2015/16 Mite aged players. Each player will also receive a written evaluation, pointing out strengths and weaknesses as well as ways of improving their development in the off season.
Final evaluations for team placement for Mites will not occur until mid-August, however don't wait until then to hear about the great plans we have in store for our 2015/16 Mites and to witness our great coaching staff and Mite practices.
Even though the season is coming to an end, we want to make sure our players continue to develop their hockey skills, as well as their general athleticism. We hope all of them have the opportunity to play a spring and summer sport, however it is important to try and skate at least once a week to keep their hockey skills moving forward.
There are several options at The Gardens Ice House (and not too far away) that we can recommend. Unless otherwise noted, the following skate out of The Gardens. If you have any questions about what would be best for your player, please contact Russell directly, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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