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Welcome to Sno-King Hockey
A USA Hockey Model Association

Since 1964, Serving the Eastside with Youth Recreational, AA, and AAA Hockey Programs.

Train and Learn with the Professionals

Doug Kirton - Hockey Director
Jason Quinn - Goalie Director    
Jamie Huscroft - Director of Facilities

14U A1 Spring Tryouts June 5-7th Lloyd Shaw Named Coach!

After a great '14-'15 campaign, which included a bronze medal at USA hockey Nationals, the Sno-King 14U program is already focusing on next season. Coach Lloyd Shaw, pictured above, is excited to be leading the charge as the A1 head coach. "We had a fun year and a great time competing for a National title, I am looking forward to assembling a top notch team next season! The first tryout is planned for June 5th through the 7th and is now open! 

June Tryout Registration

Fri, June 5th Renton 6:25 PM 8:30 PM
Sat, June 6th Kirkland 4:00 PM 6:45 PM
Sun, June 7th Kirkland 10:45 PM 1:00 PM


by posted 04/17/2015
16U Midget Elite A1 Tryouts Set...Turner Stevenson Head Coach!

Sno-King Hockey is pleased to announce upcoming tryouts for the 2015-2016 16U Elite A1 team, coached by former NHL player and WHL coach Turner Stevenson (pictured left). "I am excited to see the best 2000 and 1999 birth year players compete for a position at the end of May", said Coach Stevenson. "More practice slots, off-ice training and targeted Showcase tournaments are paramount at the 16U age level. We intend on focusing on these areas!"

Click here for information on Sno-King's Elite programs!

Click here to Register


Tryout Schedule!

Fri May 29th Renton 6:25 PM-8:35 PM
Sat May 30th Kirkland 4:00 PM – 6:10 PM
Sun May 31st Kirkland 11:00 AM –1:05 PM


by posted 04/15/2015
Sno-King Players Invited to District Camps

The PNAHA District Selection camp was held in January but the names of the players progressing on weren't released until after the season concluded.  For the 2000's and older this is part of the selection process for the USA Hockey National teams.

Congratulations to these Sno-King players and good fortune at the camps this spring.


2000’s 2001’s 1998's
Brendan Bice Matthew Butson Aiden Wagner
Jakob Stevenson Hunter Campbell Mack Willey 
Dawson Butt Cole Dubicki  
Samuel Myers Miles Seguin  
Connell Muldoon Eli Ritter  
Hunter Jenkins Dexter Corley  
DJ Tamburo Nicolas DeVita  
Gabriel Kwiatkowski Austin Schwab  
Tyler Wong    

posted 04/01/2015
Sno-King 14U Bantams Win State..Next Stop USA Hockey Nationals!

14U Junior Thunderbirds to represent Washington State at the USA Hockey National Tournament

(March 1, 2015), Kirkland, WA - Sno-King 14U A2 Bantam hockey team, won the Pacific Northwest Amateur Hockey Association’s (PNAHA) State Championship this weekend in Spokane earning a spot in the USA Hockey National 14U Tier II Tournament to be hosted in Salt Lake City, UT March 26-30. 

The Junior Thunderbirds went undefeated in pool play, beating Sno-King’s A3 team (4-0), the Wenatchee Jr. Wild (4-2), and the Spokane Jr. Chiefs (5-4).   

The ability to work cohesively as a team ultimately helped the Junior Thunderbirds go on to beat the Tacoma Rockets (4-2) in the semi-finals. The championship game, held against Seattle Junior’s AAA Bantam team, ended in a decisive 6-0 win – earning the team its second shutout of the weekend and qualifying them for the USA Hockey National Tournament later this month.

“This team competed with a lot of heart, class, and determination,” said Doug Kirton, Sno-King’s hockey director.  “We’re excited they have the chance to represent Sno-King at the national level.”

Sno-King 14U A2 is coached by Lloyd Shaw and Corey Schwab, both of whom have previous professional hockey experience.  The team has amassed an impressive season record (46 wins, 14 losses, 5 ties) and play in both the Pacific Northwest Amateur Hockey Association (PNAHA) and the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association (PCAHA) leagues. Their invitational tournaments have included the Kamloops International Bantam Ice Hockey Tournament and Phoenix Invitational.

The team is currently fundraising via www.gofundme.com/birdstonattys to help offset travel expenses to Salt Lake City.   

The Sno-King 14U A2 team consists of middle school and high school players with birth years 2000 and 2001 and hail from the Seattle area including Auburn, Everett, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kent, Maple Valley, Mercer Island, Renton, Sammamish, Seattle, Snohomish, and Woodinville.  Embracing USA Hockey’s Long-Term Development Model, the team includes many multi-sport athletes including a participant in the 2013 Little League World Series, another attended USA Baseball National Development Camp, and a third is a West Coast Starz National Middle School Lacrosse athlete.  Two of the players will be representing Washington State hockey at the USA Hockey Nationals for a second year in a row.

by posted 03/02/2015
Sno-King Girls' Hockey on USA Hockey website

Squirts having fun at the World Girls Hockey Day Jamboree

Check out our Sno-King Girls' Hockey program, featured here on the USA Hockey website! 


by posted 12/02/2014
Sno-King 14U A1 Team to Play in Top League!

Congratulations to all Sno-King A teams for their recent PCAHA tiering accomplishments.

  • 12U A1 will be playing in Flight 2 (Coach Ron Ortloff)
  • 14U A1 will be playing in Flight 1 (Coach Turner Stevenson)
  • 14U A2 will be playing in Flight 3 (Coach Lloyd Shaw)
  • 16U A1 will be playing in Flight 3 (Coach Bryan Whelan)

14U A1, coached by former NHL Stanley Cup winner Turner Stevenson, will be competing in Flight 1. This level of hockey is the best in the Northwest. Many players are drafted directly to the WHL from this Flight, while others continue on their road to playing Junior A and eventually college hockey. Good luck to all players this season and throughout their careers! Check out the action Sundays at Sno-King Kirkland starting with 12U at 12:00PM. Click here for the home game schedule!

posted 11/13/2014
Doug Kirton Inducted into Hall of Fame




Congratulations to Sno-King Hockey Director, Doug Kirton.

Doug was recently inducted into the Hall of Fame in his home town. 

Click on the picture for more details.



posted 10/19/2014
Sno-King Announces Sled Hockey Program

Sno-King Hockey has partnered with Seattle Adaptive Sports to create the Sno-King Thunderbird Sled Hockey program. 
Click here for the full press release.

Try Sled Hockey Free!

We are looking for players of all ages and abilities to come try the sport with no obligation nor cost.

Click on one of the upcoming sessions below to register to ensure equipment will be available.

Sunday, July 13th.
Sunday, August 10th.

posted 07/07/2014
U14 Western Regional Development Camp Champs


Turner Stevenson (pictured top left), Sno-King's Elite A1 Bantam coach was invited to the USA Hockey Western Regional High Performance Camp in Colorado Springs and just returned from the five day camp.  Sno-King's Hockey Director, Doug Kirton, was recruited by USA Hockey to return as a coach at this event also.
This is a very unique camp as it utilizes the concepts of the American Development Model (ADM) and Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD).  The camp takes place on the Colorado College Campus with 10 teams comprised of the top 200 players from: Rocky Mountain (AZ,CO,ID,NM,UT,OK,TX), Pacific (CA,OR,WA,NV.HW,AK) and Northern Plains (MT,ND,SD,WY) Districts of USA Hockey.

The entire coaching staff was comprised of coaches from across the US in all levels of professional, college, junior and prep school hockey programs.  The focus of the camp is on player development and education.  The coaches spend 5 days collaborating on practice plans and structure, team building, and coaching philosophy and put it all into practical application on the ice with the players. Coach Turner would like to congratulate the Washington participants for representing the State. They were Dawson Butt, Donald Cribbs, Luke Frost, Kenny Gill, Sam Myers, Conner Pitlick, Braden Sanchez, Jakob Stevenson, DJ Tamburo, Easton Thomas, Dawson Tritt, Marco Valenti, Tyler Wong, Jake Zalud, Elliot Bucci, Conall Muldoon, Cameron Crispeno and Nic Fitzmaurice.

posted 06/25/2014
Team Seattle 14u Minor Wins State T2 Championship

Congratulations to the Team Seattle 14u Minor team who won the PNAHA State Tier 2 championship in a hard fought and exciting 2-1 victory over Spokane.  Spokane tied the game with less than a minute left and then Team Seattle scored the winning goal with 10.5 seconds left in the 3rd period. 

They will represent the state at the USA Hockey Nationals in Hackensack, NJ at the beginning of April. 
Click here for the 14u Nationals page that will have all the schedules, scores and standings.

You can also help the team's fundraising efforts by making a donation at www.gofundme.com/teamseattle14u
Your donation will be made to Sno-King Hockey, and the proceeds will benefit Team Seattle 14u Minor.

Good fortune at Nationals!

posted 03/06/2014
Bantam Green Wins Wenatchee Cup!
Congratulations to Sno-King Green who won the Wenatchee Apple Cup for Bantams in a hotly contested tournament. They started the tournament on Saturday with a tough 5-2 loss against Tri-Cities, in a score line that didn't reflect the way either team played. Going into Saturday evening's game with Portland Black Tie, Sno-King needed a big victory to have any chance of an automatic spot in the semi-finals, but a late goal gave them a 2-2 tie, and sent them to the wild card round. It was Portland again - this time Portland Whiteout -- that Sno-King had to face, and an early lead of 3-0 was eroded to 3-1 in the third. A late goal from Portland made for a frantic finish, but Green came through with 3-2 victory, and a date and rematch with Tri-Cities in the semi finals. This time the tables were turned, and Sno-King dominated from the first whistle, cruising to a 5-0 victory, and a date in the final rematching Portland Black Tie, who had eliminated Kent in the semi finals by a score of 3-1. Sno-King were the hungrier of the two teams, pushing hard from the get go, and getting out to an early 2-0 lead in the first period, that they built on, finally winning by 6 goals to 1, and taking the Wenatchee Apple Cup back to Seattle.

posted 02/10/2014
Squirt Rep Bice Wins Chilliwack Atom Tournament
Team Bice earned First place at the CMHA Atom Tournament this past weekend in Chilliwack. The team went 5-0 playing Burnaby Winter Club, Chilliwack and Abbotsford winning the Final Championship Game 4-2 versus Abbotsford in a back-and-forth nail biting game. Our Players demonstrated fine off-ice sportsmanship by participating in Association Pin exchanges. Goal contributions came from eleven different Players. We are very proud of the hard work and effort all our Players demonstrated giving a good accounting of Sno-King Hockey!
posted 02/04/2014
2013-14 Western Washington High School Hockey
The 2013-2014 High School Hockey season is fast approaching.

If you play Rep or Rec hockey and are presently a full time high school student you may participate.

Register now as space is limited by clicking here

For more information click here

posted 01/20/2014
USA Hockey Magazine Cover Photo

Sno-King Hockey is featured on the cover of this month's USA Hockey Magazine. 

Click on the photo for the full article. 
posted 01/04/2014
Squirt Rep Cup (aka pond hockey)

The Sno-King Squirt rep teams combined their game slots, split 3 teams into 4 smaller teams and had a day full of fun hockey.

No offsides, no icing.  The only stoppages were to switch ends / opposition.  
Lots of skating, music, fun and sweating.  Smiles all around. 
posted 12/14/2013
Corey Schwab on Goalie Development

Few positions on the ice can compare to the goalie. Goaltenders are saddled with a task unlike any other and can be hailed as heroes and scapegoats depending on the outcome of each game. Coaching them can come with its own differences as well. But just because you never stepped between the pipes doesn’t mean you can’t develop strong goaltending.

Kevin Reiter, goaltending coach at USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program, and Corey Schwab, goalie development coach for the San Jose Sharks, have some advice for youth hockey coaches.
Read More
posted 11/23/2013
TBirds at Hockey 2 session

A handful of Seattle Thunderbirds joined the Hockey 2 session today helping out on the ice and signing autographs afterwards.  More pictures available at www.FaceBook.com/SnoKingHockey
posted 11/10/2013
New Electric Zamboni at Kirkland
There is a cliché where 50 year olds have mid-life crisis’s and go out and buy shiny new convertibles.  Sno-King is contributing to that cliché, as in our 50th season we are now sporting a new electric Zamboni at the Kirkland Arena.
The Sno-King board decided to purchase the new electric Zamboni for multiple reasons.
  2. The current Zambonis are getting up in age and the repairs and maintenance on them are close to the cost of financing a new Zamboni.
  3. Our spare Zamboni was a loaner from the Mulligan family (Many thanks to them) and they are going to need it for their own outdoor rink on the other side of the mountains this year.  (pretty cool huh?)
  4. The electric Zamboni has many benefits over the propane-powered units.
    1. Safety
      The Renton facility, being much newer and designed to be an ice arena, has multiple redundant sensors and alarms and a ventilation system designed to deal with possible carbon monoxide leaks from an ice resurfacer. 

      The Kirkland facility doesn’t have that and we have historically relied on the staff taking readings consistently with handheld monitors to keep our members safe.
    2. Lower Operation Costs
      The cost per ice cut is 1/8th of what it costs for propane.
    3. Decreased Maintenance/Repair Costs
      All of the engine maintenance is gone and replaced with minimal battery/electric motor maintenance.
      No more having to deal with the hassles of propane tanks will free up staff time.
    4. Better Reliability
      There are a lot fewer moving parts to fail.
    5. Positive Environmental Impact
      Minimal emissions due to the Pacific Northwest's predominant use of clean and cleaner energy for its power generation.

posted 11/06/2013
Free Live Game Viewing

Sno-King Hockey is proud to announce Free live broadcasting of Sno-King and Team Seattle games. 

Both Sno-King Ice Arenas are equipped to broadcast events live.  See www.LiveArena.com for a listing of the upcoming and recorded events. 

Sno-King Executive Director, Gordon Brown, stated that "We have had great feedback on the testing of the technology and are happy to be able to provide this feature for all our teams. The viewing experience is not quite what you'll see on network TV but it allows friends and family to watch the games when they can't make it to the rink.  It also allows players, coaches and families to review games at a later date."
posted 10/22/2013
Hockey 2 Begins!

It's the first day of Hockey 2.  The Beginner program registration is off to a very quick start with over a hundred players already registered.
posted 10/05/2013
Sno-King Designated as Model Club by USA Hockey

USA Hockey announced that Sno-King Amateur Hockey Association (playing out of arenas in Kirkland and Renton, WA) has been certified as a USA Hockey Model Association. 

Sno-King becomes one of only 11 associations in the nation to receive this designation. 

With the designation, Sno-King committed to follow the American Development Model (ADM) in full at the 8-and-under, 10-and-under, and 12-and-under age groups.  The ADM is based on age-appropriate training to fully benefit children in their development, regardless of ability level.

As a benefit of their model program designation, Sno-King will receive added support from USA Hockey to assist in implementing the ADM throughout their programs, including equipment, signage, and educational materials. Further, they will receive on-going staff support from USA Hockey's national office, including in-depth coach training.

Click here for the USA Hockey Press Release.
Click here for the Sno-King Hockey Press Release.

posted 08/09/2013
2012-13 Award Winners
Congratulations to all the nominees and winners of the 2012-13 Sno-King Hockey Awards.

John MacDonald Award...Aiden Wagner

Bob McCormick Award…Doug Ross

Rep Team of the Year…Midget 18U

Rep Coach of the Year…Pat Smith (Midget 18U)

Rep Manager of the Year…Kathy Kilton (Squirt Rep White)

NPSHL Team of the Year…Bantam Blue

NPSHL Coach of the Year…Ron Ortloff (Mite Green)

NPSHL Manager of the Year…Nishi Dhanidina (Mite Green)

Rookie Coach of the Year… Matt Cain (Squirt White and Peewee B)

Rep Player of the Year...Shay Brown (Midget 18U)

Rep Player Most Improved...Dexter Corley (Peewee Tier II)

Rep Goaltender of the Year...Jamie Frantz (Peewee II)

NPSHL Player of the Year...Austin Williams (Mite Green)

NPSHL Player Most Improved...Nathan Wood (Midget Green)

NPSHL Goaltender of the Year...Jacob Fry (Peewee Green)

by posted 05/06/2013
Hockey Futures Forum Videos Online

Sno-King Hockey - Hockey Futures 2013

Sno-King Hockey partnered up with Aspire Athletes and various local hockey experts to inform the youth players and parents of the Seattle area of their hockey future options and to help them understand what they need to do to get there.

Not everyone could make the event so we recorded the presentations so all have an opportunity to learn and reach their true potential.  

Thank you to all the presenters for taking time out of their personal life to assist our hockey families.  

Click here to go to the YouTube playlist of presentations from this forum.
posted 03/24/2013
Lots of on-ice success this weekend

Squirt White takes second place in Gold Division at the State Squirt festival.

Squirt Blue wins the Silver Division at the State Squirt Festival.

Bantam C All-Stars win State B championship.
posted 03/18/2013
Mite Major Green Runner Up in Spring Tournament

Mite Major Green took second place in the Sno-King's Mite Invitational Tournament over the weekend.  After a victory over the Tacoma Rockets, Green prevailed in a tight 3-1 victory over Sno-King Grey.  Day two brought a matchup against the previously undefeated Ridge Meadows Jets.  After falling behind 2-0 in the 1st, the Green offense came to life and scored seven goals leading to a 7-5 victory.  That win set up a semifinal matchup against Sno-King Blue.  Less than one month ago, Blue prevailed over Green in a shootout victory in the semifinals of the Wenatchee Apple Cup.  After Blue took a 4-3 lead, Green scored five in a row to win 8-4.  The boys barely had time to take off their skates and chug a Gatorade before the final game against the Langley Vipers.  Playing Canadian teams in Mite is always a challenge since our teams are composed of 6, 7, and 8 year olds while the visitors usually bring all 8 year olds.  This game was no different.  In a back and forth game, Green was able to close to within one goal at 5-4 with five minutes to play but could not get the equalizer before time expired.  While the team was disappointed not to have won the final, in reflection they fought hard against a talented opponent and gave a good accounting of Sno-King hockey.  Thanks Green for a great tournament and a heck of a season!
posted 03/12/2013
18u wins State Championship

18u Tier 2 won the PNAHA State Tournament this weekend with a convincing 3-1 win over Kent.
The road to the final included two overtime games that eventually came down to shootouts with Tri-Cities prevailing in one and Sno-King prevailing over Kent.

Next step, Nationals in Connecticut at the beginning of April.
posted 03/04/2013
Bantam Blue Takes Second In Wenatchee Cup

The Bantam Blue team came home with a second place finish after a hard fought weekend at the Wenatchee Cup, January 19th-21st.  
The team had a rough start to the weekend on Saturday morning with a loss against the South Delta Chiefs with a score of 4-0.  The Bantam Blue's second game of the tournament on Saturday was versus the Wenatchee Jr. Wild.  The Bantam Blue squad came away with a 5-0 win.  On Sunday morning the team played the Kent Valley Tornados and was victorious in that game as well, with a strong 5-0 win.
Then ranked in second place in their pool, the Bantam Blue team had to then face off against the Pool B first place South Delta Giants on Sunday night.  It was an extremely close game through the first two periods with a score of 1-1 after the second.  After an additional goal by the Giants, the Bantam Blue team pulled away with four unanswered goals.  Victorious with a final of 5-2, the Bantam Blue team advanced to the Championship game on Monday.
On Monday morning the team's opponent was once again the South Delta Chiefs.  In a battle to the very end, the Bantam Blue team came up just short in the Championship game with a loss against the Chiefs 3-2 and placing second overall at the Wenatchee Cup.  
It was a great weekend of hockey and a great weekend for the Sno-King organization as the Sno-King White team also participated in the Wenatchee Cup.  Both teams, Blue and White, players and parents, were continuously out at each others games routing and cheering for one another and coming together to represent Sno-King Hockey!

posted 01/22/2013
Sno-King PeeWee Blue takes 2nd Place at the Moses Lake Classic
PeeWee Blue played outstanding hockey for 5 games in less that 48 hours to earn second place at the Winter Classic.  After a 10-1 win over Moses Lake and a 19-1 victory over Wenatchee the team faced a tough Kent Hurricanes team in the final game of pool play.  Keeping the game tied going into the 3rd period, they were unable to pull out the win forcing a matchup with Sno-King Green Sunday morning.  Edging a 6-4 win in a very competetive game with Green the team forced a rematch against Kent for the championship.  The final game was a nail-biter with a 1-1 deadlock after 2 before Kent scored the go ahead goal on a 5-3 power play and added another late goal for the 3-1 win.  With points in the tournament from every player on the team it was an outstanding effort and fun weekend for all. It was also an outstanding showing for SKAHA with our 2 teams finishing 2nd and 3rd in the tournament.
posted 01/14/2013
Mite Major Green Goes 4-0 in Port Coquitlam H4 Tournament

Our Mite Major Green team had a fantastic showing at their most recent Tournament in Canada versus H4 Canadian teams (8 year olds). Game one resulted in a 10-0 shut out. The second game versus the Ridge Meadows Warriors was a close game with the first period ending in a tied score. Mite Green fought hard and ended the second game with a 4-2 score. Game Three versus the Vancouver Thunder was nail biting with each team battling to stay ahead. Mite Green scored with 2 minutes left in the third period to win 6-5. Mite Green extended their three game winning streak to four games ending their fourth and final game 8-3. Mite Green received contributions from the entire roster including our 6 and 7 year olds who were playing against older competition. The Team also utilized three different Goalies. Our Players exhibited fine Off-Ice Sportsmanship by participating in Association Team Pin Exchanges after each game. More so than the games, this Tournament will be remembered for the great time the Players and Families had celebrating the Holidays together in Canada.

posted 01/10/2013
Bantam T2 Takes Second in Spokane

Three days. Five games. Amazing effort. Tremendous heart!! Our SnoKing Bantam AA team took a solid 2nd place at the Spokane Bantam Fall Classic AA Tournament November 30-December 2. The weekend began with a loss to Spokane on Friday night, but quickly picked up momentum with a win against Creston B.C. Saturday morning (9-2). After a break in the day, the boys posted a victory against High River (5-4) Saturday evening. Many celebrated that win with a frigid ice bath (something Coach Shammah learned from Boston College Div 1 hockey coach Brooke Whitney) and an early turn in that night. The work continued Sunday morning, with our boys grinding out a huge "W" in the semi-final game against Portland (4-3) to advance to the final game against Spokane. Although the host team ended up taking 1st place, our mighty T-Birds headed home with the 2nd place trophy in hand.

The team, coaches and parents would like to give a special shout out to the Bantan B All Star Team for also taking 2nd place in their division that weekend!

Back on I-90 and off to Tri-Cities December 8-9.

A notable weekend event includes the induction of a new member to the SnoKing Bantam AA Broken Bone Club. Jimmy Frey joins the current roster of Daniel Zenkovich and Connor Loos. Jimmy fractured his radius bone in his forearm in the game Saturday against Creston B.C. He was a trooper throughout the weekend, and plans to re-jion the team by February. In case anyone is interested, membership in this exclusive Club is officially closed.

posted 12/05/2012
Sno-King Bantam B State team take 2nd at Spokane B Classic

The Sno-King Bantam State team went 3-1-1 at the Spokane Bantam B Fall Classic Tournament at the Eagle Ice Arena in Spokane, November 30th to December 2nd.

The squad kicked off the weekend with a game against the Kootenay Jr. Ice. Although the team came out very strong, good goaltending by the Jr. Ice lead to a 3-3 tie.  

For their second game, the team faced off against the Boise Hawks, which proved to be a physical and challenging game, but ended with a 4-1 win. 

Game 3 was a match up against the hometown Spokane Jr. Chiefs.  Once again the team was victorious, winning 3-0.During the first round of playoffs on Sunday morning the team played the Spokane Jr. Chiefs.  After a hard fought game by both teams, Sno-King advanced to the championship with a 1-0 win.     

The team closed out the weekend with the Championship game versus the Boise Hawks. With renewed energy, the Hawks proved to be a fierce opponent.  The Bantam B team fell short losing to Boise and taking second place in the tournament.   With a great showing both offensively and defensively, and with each of the goalies posting shut outs over the weekend.

It was a great first tournament for the Bantam B team, Coach Anderson and Coach Stevenson.
posted 12/04/2012
Sno-King Coaches Helping to Grow the Girls Game!

Click on photo for more pics.

Sno-King is experiencing excitement on the female side of it's hockey programs. There are more girls playing the game as well as three female coaches adding their expertise. Beth Martin(interview), Tani Midgarden and Jenn Wood have made significant contributions to the Sno-King program and are always looking for new ways to get the girls involved in the game. They recently held a girls Try Hockey Day and had a fantastic turnout.

Click here for full USA hockey story on the present state of girls hockey.
posted 11/15/2012
Huscroft Interview on the NHL coming to Seattle

posted 06/29/2012
Sno-King Hockey Committed to Youth Goalie Development

Former Stanley Cup Winner and San Jose Shark Goalie Director Corey Schwab (pictured top right) has procured an extensive amount of new Vaughn goalie gear for the Sno-King Mite and Squirt program. "With the new style of goalie techniques being developed it was imperative that our youngsters use the proper equipment. This modern goalie gear allows kids to move correctly and have maximum goal coverge when going into a butterfly position for example." stated Schwab.
Dan Murphy, former NHL Pro, College All American and current Sno-King goalie director(pictured inset) is thrilled with the commitment made towards the goalie position. He is excited to see the gear in action this fall during practice and at the free weekly Sno-King goalie clinic at Castle Ice. Dan is also available throughout the summer with various goalie clinics. Click here for the details.
posted 06/13/2012
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