This Blog provides Detroit area youth hockey news. It was originally the blog of the now defunct Detroit Hockey Association, the most affordable youth ice hockey organization in Michigan based at Jack Adams Arena in Detroit. The Clark Park Coalition keeps this tradition alive in Southwest Detroit.
Friday, March 6, 2009
Detroit Dragons Bantams & Mites advance to LCAHL finals!
Let's give a huge congratulation to the Bantam and the Mite teams. They both will be playing in the Little Caesar's Amateur Hockey League Championship games. Way to go Dragons!!! Please come out and support both of these teams at there upcoming championship games. Come and cheer them on to victory!!!!
The Bantam's game is Saturday, March 7, 2009 @ 10:45am at the State Fair Grounds.
The Mite's game is Sunday, March 15, 2009 @ 8:30am at Joe Louis Arena.
Our season is slowing winding down. Just want to remind everyone we still have ice available through the month of April (*exact end date TBA). That means we still have practices. This time of the season is very important because now during practices our coaches can really work on improving our players fundamental skills and prepare them for possible upcoming Spring leagues and/or for next season. So please take advantage of your ice/practice times!!
The end of the year banquet is scheduled for Sunday, March 29, 2009 at Adam Butzel 4pm-7pm. Tickets will be available on Saturday, March 7, 2009.
If you didn't get pictures of your player during Hockey in the Hood or at any playoff games or tournaments don't worry we will be having a picture day in the next coming weeks (stay tuned for additional information).
March 7, 2009: Bantam's LCAHL Championship Game @ State Fair Grounds 10:45am
March 15, 2009: Mite's LCAHL Championship Game @ Joe Louis 8:30
March 28, 2009: Coaches vs. Kids Game (*exact times TBA)
March 29, 2009: Annual Awards Banquet at Adam Butzel Center 4pm-7pm
Please look for future updates!!! Don't forget to check your emails!!!
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
Cynthia Wardlaw (DHA Secretary)