The program is similar to In-House, but adds a game on Sunday afternoons. The current program typically has two practices per week (Tuesday night 5:30 – 6:30 and Saturday mornings 10:20 – 11:50) and is currently $250 for the season. There is also a volunteer hour expectation and mandatory fundraiser. Players need skates and stick (some may be available to borrow), and all other equipment is provided by the club. Players are typically 4 – 7 years old. The program focuses on developing skating skill and basic hockey knowledge. Practices are typically focused on multiple stations of skill development followed by short scrimmages. At the end of the season, there is a mini-tournament. The program is recommended for skaters who are comfortable on the ice with basic skating skill and that are ready for structure practices for 1+ hour. It is a good starting point for first time players under the age of 8.
Janesville Youth Hockey Club will be participating in this year's Healthy Kids Day event at the Janesville YMCA, April 27th from 12pm-2pm. We are in need of participants to help assist kids with our activity (shooting on net) and also kids that have roller blades that can do a hockey demonstration.
If you are interested, please reach out to Lindsey Lentz. Phone/text: 608-201-0818 or email: Marketing@Janesvilleyouthhockey.com
Show your J-Hawks Pride!
Save the date! Saturday, August 10th (9am) for our 3rd Annual JYH Golf Outing! This year we will be hosting the event at Prairie Woods Golf Course.
Stay tuned for details! If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please email Marketing@janesvilleyouthhockey.com. We are excited to see you all there!
Hailey Chady - (Center) Jr. Fury
If you know Hailey, you know that she is a no-quit, hardworking and determined hockey player. Her hockey skills have improved steadily year over year and she's consistently been the measure of hard work and discipline for many other skaters in our club. Her quiet confidence and cool demeanor have also been notable traits. It's easy to teach kids how to play the game, but it isn't easy to teach them how to play their hardest, right up until the end- regardless of the score. In a recent game against the Oregon B team, the Fury lost 5-3, but Hailey managed to score 2 goals in the last 12 seconds of the game, securing her 6th hat trick of the season! She set the bar for all of our skaters to never give up and to always hang tough!
Congratulations Hailey, Janesville Youth Hockey Club commends you on your stellar efforts!
** If you want to nominate a player, coach or volunteer for WLTL, send a short bio and photograph to Marketing@janesvilleyouthhockey.com