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.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Detroit Hockey Association alum Cameron Burt named Atlantic Hockey Association player of the month for February
ROCHESTER, NY - Sophomore forward Cameron Burt (Detroit, MI) of the RIT men's hockey team was named the Atlantic Hockey Association Player of the Month of February on Tuesday. It is Burt's first monthly honor as a member of the Tigers. He was a two-time AHA Rookie of the Week last season.
Burt led the Tigers to a 7-1 mark in February, recording 15 points (2-13-15) in eight games. He also had six multiple-point efforts and 10 power-play points. [more]
3/18/2010 12:32:15 PM
Five men's hockey standouts Earn 2010 Atlantic Hockey Association regular season honors
ROCHESTER, NY – Seniors Dan Ringwald (Oakville, Ontario), Jared DeMichiel (Avon, CT), junior Andrew Favot (King City, Ontario), sophomore Cameron Burt (Detroit, MI), and freshman Chris Tanev (Toronto, Ontario) earned all-conference accolades, as the Atlantic Hockey Association announced its 2009-10 award winners at the Radisson Riverside Hotel in downtown Rochester on Thursday evening. [more]
3/20/2010 10:15:27 PM
Men's hockey advances to NCAA Tournament after defeating Sacred Heart in the AHA Championship
ROCHESTER, NY – The RIT men’s hockey team (26-11-1) won its first Atlantic Hockey Association Championship in resounding fashion, defeating second-seeded Sacred Heart (21-13-4), 6-1 before 3,298 fans at Blue Cross Arena on Saturday. RIT has now won 10-straight games and go to the NCAA Tournament for the first time as a Division I program. Cameron Burt (Detroit, MI) was named the Atlantic Hockey Tournament MVP. [more]
March 28, 2010, 12:32 AM ET
RIT downs UNH, reaches Frozen Four
By David Albright
ALBANY, N.Y. -- RIT
How about RIP, for the remains from the carnage that has been created in the first two days of the 2010 NCAA hockey tournament?
Quick show of hands: Who had the Rochester Institute of Technology advancing to the Frozen Four? A better question might be how many of you knew RIT played Division I hockey?
But the prize of another weekend of hockey was exactly the reward on Saturday night as the No. 4 Tigers (No. 15 overall in a 16-team field) breezed by No. 3 New Hampshire 6-2 to win the East Regional in front of 3,737 at the Times Union Center. RIT became the first Atlantic Hockey Association team to advance to a Frozen Four. [more]