Welcome to the New Richmond Youth Hockey Association Web site. Our youth hockey association provides boys and girls in the New Richmond, Wisconsin area the opportunity to participate in the great sport of ice hockey.
Welcome To Skaters Keep Achieving Through Education (S.K.A.T.E.)!
The S.K.A.T.E. program has become one of the most successful initiatives in youth athletics because it enjoys the universal support of young hockey players, parents and youth hockey organizations. The lifeblood of the S.K.A.T.E. program are the hundreds of volunteers at the local level who help to organize, activate and execute the program for the kids in their respective communities.
As competitors, young players set goals for themselves on the ice and in the classroom. Like the cheers they hear for goals, assists and good hustle, they respond positively to recognition and reward for their performances in the classroom. The fact is, 99% of youth hockey players will never play professional hockey, so the idea of placing greater emphasis on education makes sense.
No incomplete grades are allowed during the designated grading period. If a student receives an F or Incomplete, they do not qualify for S.K.A.T.E.
Report cards will be utilized to determine Grade Point Average for our 7-12 student athletes, but S.K.A.T.E. respects individual privileges for privacy. Student-Athletes will need to have GPA over 3.0 to qualify.
It is important to note that we want to lean on the side of being more INCLUSIVE of young players than EXCLUSIVE. While there are grade parameters described above, if there are cases that deserve special attention please let us know.
This program is for K-12 and if your child is K-5 you will just need to email back the participation form please!
Thanks, Chevy, for supporting the NRYHA!
The winners are.....
1st Andy Westmoreland $50 8th Landa McAndrew $100 15th Jeremy Gess $100 22nd Chrissy Kinsman $50 29th Andy Drill $50
2nd Larry Erickson $100 9th Eric Becker $50 16th Andrew Chapman $50 23rd Ken Berg $100 30th Jean Needham $50
3rd Ali Haver $50 10th Mike Peterson $100 17th Dana Johnson $100 24th Diane Callahan $50 31st Betty Wiech $500
4th Al Campeau $150 11th Karen Stadler $150 18th Pat Nickols $150 25th Karn Winberg $1000
5th Allan Olson $50 12th Pat Hagstrom $50 19th Josh Larson $150 26th Mary Knutson $50
6th Herbert's $100 13th Shelley Chaves $100 20th Laura Fitzgerald $50 27th Ken Berg $50
7th Molly Welch $50 14th Breanna Ellevold $50 21st Dave Neisen $100 28th Don Halverson $150
Congrats to all ! The winners will be posted weekly on the website along with a phone call to let them know their winnings. All payouts will be done the first week of January and will be mailed to the winners.
For this year's fundraising, the association will be selling raffle tickets. The raffle will be for a cash payout that will be drawn weekly in the month of December. A total of $4,000 will be paid out in the month of December with 1 winner each day.
The daily prizes will range from $50 to $1,000. The cost of each raffle ticket is $10 with each family being required to sell at least 10 tickets or $100 worth of tickets. First year families will be required to sell 5 tickets or $50 worth of tickets.
Checks for the winners will be mailed out the address listed on the ticket stub the first week of January.
Greetings hockey families! My name is Erica Kamish, and I am the Tiger Den Coordinator this year. I wanted to fill you in on what's new with the Tiger Den.
We have an online store option currently available through Moore Imprints. We have both NR Hockey and Stars apparel available (the link is pasted below). The online store will be open through the end of December so, unfortunately, your online orders will not be available for Christmas. However, we will be getting some of the items from the online store in the Tiger Den in the next few weeks. We will send out a notification when we have apparel in the Den.
All proceeds from the sales go directly to the Hockey Association, so your support is greatly appreciated!
Here's the link:
Thank you for supporting NR Hockey!
Open Skate will be on Saturdays from 7-9 pm starting October 8 WHEN GAME SCHEDULES AND VOLUNTEER AVAILABILITY work together.
Please join us for some skating fun! Don't forget to bring your helmet. We do have a limited number of helmets that can be borrowed for the night.
In order to have each Open Skate, we will need adult members to volunteer. Each Open Skate we will need two gate people to collect money and help with helmets, one person on ice supervising, and one in concessions. Please consider signing up (Rink tab>Concession Stand>Follow the link and directions)
Make sure to check the rink schedule for any cancellations due to scheduling conflicts or shortages of volunteers.
Is your child interested in learning to SKATE and PLAYING HOCKEY for FREE? Then the NRYHA's Get Out and Learn (GOAL) program is the answer! The program provides equipment for each player and provides 4 practice times with experienced instructors. Only Saturday sessions available now.
To register please fill out form in the link below;
Hurry though, the program will fill up fast and is only offered to the first 50 kids to register! If you have questions please email email@example.com .
This beginner's skating program develops balance, strength, physical fitness, and fun! children will learn basic elements of skating while enjoying being safe on the ice.
Contact Community Education for more information or see flyer below.
Wednesdays and Sundays - October 1st through November 12th.
6:00-7:00 p.m. at NR Sports Center - Hockey Arena
The New Richmond Youth Hockey Association thanks NPDesign for taking pictures of all hockey teams.
Association members can find and order pictures by going to the NPDPSports Image Gallery.
Image Gallery: http://www.npdpsports.com/f987904165
Team Picture 2015-2016
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The work hour tracking spreadsheet has been loaded to the website. Hours for coaching and team managers will be logged after tryouts and team formations.
The path to follow to get to the spreadsheet:
Admin > Volunteer Info > Work Hours > My Work Hours
Any questions regarding this information can be directed to Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NRYHA uses e-mail as a primary way to communicate important association information and events. Please make sure that your family creates a profile to ensure that you don't miss important updates.
It's easy...simply click on the Create an Account link at the top left side of this page and follow the directions!
You can also update your information by logging in at any time (use the Login button at the top left of this page).
Sometimes new users will find NRYHA messages in the Junk E-mail folder(s) of their messaging software. If you've missed any NRYHA communications, be sure to check to see if this is the case. If so, be sure to Unjunk the message and add the address email@example.com to your “Safe Senders list”. If you still have issues please send an e-mail to the communications manager with the details.
If you need information added to the site or an email sent to members, please request this through the communications manager. Please provide all necessary details along with your contact information in the case the communications manager needs to contact you with questions.