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PANTHERS GIRLS HOCKEY - 2018-2019 TRYOUTS -                                         BEGIN ON MONDAY, APRIL 9 

The Panthers Girls Hockey Association is a travel hockey program, created in 2011, that attracts players from all over Fairfield and Westchester Counties. We are dedicated to the development of girls both as hockey players and as individuals. Our professional coaches focus on the fundamental ice hockey skills of skating, stick handling, passing, shooting, situation and team play, and honing overall hockey strategy. Panthers Girls Hockey fosters life-long skills including hard work, leadership, integrity and camaraderie both on and off the ice.

In 2018-2019, we will field U16, U14, U12 and U10 teams.  All teams will compete in the Connecticut Girls Hockey League (CGHL) with the season running from September through early March.  The U14 team won the CGHL Division 2 state tournament and was runner-up in Rumsey Hall Jamboree recently. The U12 team won the Green Mountain Girls Tournament in Vermont for two years in a row, and was runner-up in the CGHL Division 1 state tournament in past years.

 

When & Where:

 

U16, U14, U12: 2 practices each week + 2 games per weekend. 1 to 2 tournaments.

U10: 2 practices each week + 1-2 game per weekend. 1 to 2 jamborees

 

Practices and home games at Rye Playland and Westchester Skating Academy

 

Coaches:

 

We utilize professional head coaches and parent volunteers as assistant coaches

 

2018-2019

Tryouts

 Monday, April 9 - PLAYLAND

  • 7:25 to 8:25 p.m.  - U12 (2006/07) and U10 (2008/09)

Tuesday, April 17 - Westchester Skating Academy

  • 6:20 to 7:20 p.m. - U12 (2006/07) and U10 (2008/09)
  • 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.  - U16 (2002/03) and U14 (2004/05)

Wednesday, April 18 - PLAYLAND

  • 8:15 to 9:15 p.m.  - U16 (2002/03) and U14 (2004/05)

Go to http://panthersgirlshockey.com/ and click the RED “REGISTER NOW ” tab on the right hand side of the page

Cost = $150

 

For more information, please contact:

Krysty Krywko, President, Panthers Girls Hockey Association at 917-969-3591/krysty.krywko@verizon.net                  or visit www.panthersgirlshockey.com       https://www.facebook.com/panthergirlshockey/

 

 

 


by posted 04/06/2018
2018-2019 TRYOUT SCHEDULE

2018-2019 TRYOUT SCHEDULE

 

For 2018- 2019, we will field four teams - U16, U14, U12 and U10 - 

Tryouts will be held on:

 Monday, April 9 - PLAYLAND

  • 7:25 to 8:25 p.m.  - U12 (2006/07) and U10 (2008/09)

Tuesday, April 17 - Westchester Skating Academy

  • 6:20 to 7:20 p.m. - U12 (2006/07) and U10 (2008/09)
  • 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.  - U16 (2002/03) and U14 (2004/05)

Wednesday, April 18 - PLAYLAND

  • 8:15 to 9:15 p.m.  - U16 (2002/03) and U14 (2004/05)

 To Register:  

Cost:

$150

For more information, please contact Krysty Krywko at 917-969-3591 or krysty.krywko@verizon.net

 

GO PANTHERS!


by posted 03/19/2018
Panthers U14 Win CGHL State Tournament

Panthers U14 Take Home GOLD!

On Sunday, March 11, the Panthers U14 took home GOLD in the Connecticut Girls Hockey League Divsion 2 Finals in East Haven, CT. Beating the Western Massachusetts Blizzard U14 team by a score of 2-0, the Panthers locked in their first state title. It was a well fought game from start to finish. We want to thank our players, parents, coaches and all the fans! Thanks for a great season!


by posted 03/12/2018
Panthers Slate Home Ice at Westchester Skating Academy/Playland

 

The Panthers Board of Directors is excited to announce that beginning in the Fall of 2018, the Panthers will have new full-time home ice at Westchester Skating Academy and Playland Ice Casino, which are managed by the same organization. All practices and home games will be held at those rinks. 

We have been looking for a home rink for the past few years and WSA/Playland makes the most sense given their ice availability, ease with working together, available amenities (e.g., pro shop, good food, connection to house league, player clinics and camps, etc.), and proximity to many of our players.

Since the Panthers began nearly seven years ago, we have been dedicated to the development of girls both as hockey players and as individuals. Along with our coaches, we have tried to not only instill a LOVE for hockey and knowledge of the game, but also foster life-long skills including hard work, leadership, integrity and camaraderie both on and off the ice.  We believe WSA/Playland management share this vision and will be a great partner in growing Panthers hockey.

GO PANTHERS!

 

by posted 02/01/2018
U14 Travel to Glens Falls

Panthers U14 Travel to Glens Falls

The Panthers U14 Team traveled to Glens Falls, New York over Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday weekend to participate in the Adirondack  XXIV Winter Classic Girls Hockey Tournament - one of the oldest and largest girls' tournaments in the United States.   The girls played three tough but very competitive games, participated in the exciting skills competition, winning 3rd place in the team shooting competition, and attended an Adirondack Thunders (ECHL) professional game. It was a fun weekend of team bonding and great hockey! 


by posted 01/23/2018
Jordan Brickner named Panthers Hockey Director

The Panthers are proud to announce Jordan Brickner as our new Hockey Director!

 

Jordan will serve as Hockey Director, Skills Coach, and Assistant U14 Coach

 

Ms. Brickner spent two years playing D1 NCAA Women’s Hockey for the Colgate University Raiders, then continued playing with The University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers for her junior and senior seasons. She then played semi-professional hockey in Europe for two seasons for the Salzburg Eagles and Hockey Club Lugano. And most recently moved to Stamford to play professionally for the Connecticut Whale in the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL).

 

“I am very excited to join the Panthers Girls Hockey Association,” stated Ms. Brickner. “For more than five years, the Panthers have provided girls in Westchester and Fairfield counties a great place to learn and hone their hockey skills, and I am looking forward to working with the coaching staff to further develop leadership and skill sets among the players, ultimately challenging the girls to push themselves on and off the ice for their best overall development.” 


by posted 05/05/2017
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