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Letter from the President: Locker Boxing. Potential Spring Evaluation Dates. Louis Ice Blast Champions. Player Profiles: Giovani G. Last week there was a locker boxing incident in one of our locker rooms after a team practice. The Chicago Hawks Hockey Club does not condone locker boxing in any form. Locker boxing rarely has any rules and frequently involves injuries, often to the head. The Hawks' top priority is the safety of our players.
Given the ificant time and resources the Hawks have devoted to concussion education and prevention, we are particularly sensitive to the dangers this activity presents. The Board will review our current policies to ensure that we are doing whatever we can to curtail this behavior. In the meantime, if we do find out about any more of these incidents, the player s involved will be subject to ificant punishment which may result in removal from the team.
Coaches have been informed that it is their responsibility to monitor the locker rooms frequently. I am thankful that no one was hurt, and appreciate your cooperation enforcing this policy. Tony Rossi, Jr. After a sluggish start and falling to their Central States rivals, the Romeoville Huskies, in their opening game, the team bounced back and beat the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Highland Park Falcons, putting up the goals and registering shutouts in both games.
With a 3-way tie after the round robin was completed, special exception tie breaker rules came into play. Finally coming down to Fewest Goals Against, the Hawks prevailed and were now off to the finals for a rematch against the Falcons. A back-and-forth game amidst many penalties, the Hawks scored first, but the Falcons soon answered with a power play goal which ultimately forced a sudden-death overtime to break the tie. Any aa Lakeland girls want to squirt not long after the OT began, the Hawks found the back of the net to end the game in victory! Their hard work, persistence, and never giving up paid off big.
Way to go, boys! The coaches and parents are extremely proud of you. Congratulations on another tournament championship. The boys played well and went in the first three games earning them a spot in the semi-finals. The team continued to play well and won their semi-final game sending them to the championship game. After another great game they defeated the Ice Dogs to bring home the Championship! What an awesome accomplishment! Phantoms' Mite 4 traveled to St.
During round-robin play, Mite 4 went with their only loss coming at the hands of the Wilmette Tribe who later would lose to Mite 4 in the championship game. Congratulations to Mite 4 and Coach Ricky Gomez for their big win! Playing in the A division, the Hawks were out-sized in every game. The first game saw the Hawks down to the Florida Golden Wolves late in the game. Keeping positive, and working hard, the Hawks not only tied, but won the game close to the end of regulation.
Game two saw the Hawks not play to their capabilities. The Hawks were up against the St. Louis Spirit. Yet they gave up three to the Spirit and tied Game three was against, Lakeland, the top team. The Hawks came out very slow and appeared to be threatened by the much bigger team from Lakeland, Ohio. Another incredible late comeback saw the Hawks tie Lakeland A rematch from the night had the Hawks playing Lakeland. Even though Lakeland outshot the Hawks by 20 in regulation, this game wasn't decided in the normal game time. A few minutes into the 3 on 3 five minute overtime, the Hawks pulled off that upset.
Congratulations to all the kids who put everything on the line.
The boys were undefeated throughout the tournament and won the championship game For many of the players this was their first outdoor game, but they still took to the ice with self-confidence and determination. They capped a successful tournament with a shutout game and taking 3rd place. The Chicago Hawks Hockey Club is in need of volunteers to assist with various duties. Opportunities will be added throughout the course of the season.
R emember, while volunteer opportunities are added throughout the season, they are filled on a first come, first serve basis. Contact Heather AlpeVolunteer Coordinator with any questions. Please send their name, birth year, and a good contact address. Player Profile submissions will be added to the newsletter on a first come, first serve basis. Have an interesting hockey related story or an awesome team accomplishment? We want to hear from You! The Wolves feel the Hawks have gone above and beyond to support the Wolves year around, and to show their appreciation of that support, they h ave donated 4 season tickets and parking to all home games for Hawks families to take advantage of this season!
The should be sent four 4 days prior to the game date requested. Tickets are on a first come, first serve basis; the first received for the game will receive the tickets. You will receive a confirmation and tickets will be at the rink for pick up. The Wolves and Hawks have a strong partnership and will continue to do so moving forward thanks to the support of the Hawks families!
Which coach has helped you the most? Coach Ian Davidson and Chris Jacklyn. Coach Rick Munaretto has helped me the most.
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Deadline to nominate is Saturday, February 18, All Rights Reserved. Chicago Hawks Youth Hockey Club newsletter chicagohawks. Volume 3 Issue 4 January 27, In This Issue. President Chicago Hawks.Any aa Lakeland girls want to squirt
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