The Mamaroneck Youth Hockey Association (M.Y.H.A.) is a private, non-profit, parent-run corporation founded in 1994. Town of Mamaroneck resident boys and girls are eligible to try out for selection to our teams.Our select travel team ice hockey progra
Planet Hockey is in their 21st year traveling the globe, expanding hockey possibilities and providing world class: Hockey Camps, Resident Hockey Camps, European Hockey Tours and private player, team and association training and consulting.
Why Planet Hockey? At Planet Hockey, you will receive innovative hockey skills training, grow your passion for the game, and you will learn 'how to love to train' from our passionate, certified, international training staff.
August 22-26, 2016 (Monday-Friday)
Rink: Hommocks Park Ice Rink
Phone: 914-834-1069 x201
Planet Hockey Contact:
Shawn Killian Phone: 720-304-3880 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Blueline Sports has emerged as one of the largest hockey suppliers in Connecticut, Westchester County and the Northeast.
The emphasis is on only two sports; ice hockey and lacrosse.
** BLUELINE SPORTS WEST - 2 Halstead Ave
Harrison, NY 10528
At Erik Nates Euro Hockey, we offer a variety of focused training programs to help hockey players develop their individual skills and take their game to the next level. Our intense training system draws on traditional European methods to help students improve in all aspects of the game-and get the edge over the competition. Through comprehensive summer camps and specialized year-round clinics, players of all ages and abilities learn to develop their areas of deficiency, capitalize on their strengths, and more.
The MYHA and our local Manhattanville Valiants NCAA Division III Ice Hockey Team continue our strong partnership with the on ice training of our youth hockey players at every level. These practices are led by Manhattanville's Director of Athletics Keith Levinthal. As a head coach with the men’s hockey team, Levinthal stepped aside with the most wins of any mentor in Manhattanville department history, posting a 202-84-28 (.688) record in 12 seasons and twice earning ECAC West Conference Coach of the Year honors. He left as the 14th winningest coach in NCAA hockey history (all Divisions) and sixth among Division III leaders in terms of winning percentage, and led the team to four NCAA Tournaments, four ECAC West Tournament titles and a pair of first-place finishes in the ECAC West regular-season standings.