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Register for the Annual NUSE Golf Tournament

Its that time of year when we put down our hockey sticks and get out the golf clubs!

Join us on Friday, July 19 at the New Ulm Country Club for Golf and a Meal to support youth hockey in New Ulm and Sleepy Eye. 

There are two ways to support the event:

1. Register to Golf - individual or with friends

2. Sponsorship! 

Details are in the documents on how you can get involved!

Girl's Camp August 5-9

2019 Eagles Varsity Girls Summer Camp, will be taking place August 5-9.

Please see the attached flyer for details on the camp and sign up instructions! 

5000 Puck Challenge

The NUSE Hockey Association is pleased to present the 5000 Puck Challenge and Puck handling Challenge to its players. 
The program was created as a development opportunity for hockey players to develop their shooting and scoring skills and for goalies to receive shots at home. The Challenge also reinforces the USA Hockey Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model which sets out a development progression or pathway for hockey players. There’s evidence to show that daily micro-practices are effective and often superior to longer practice sessions once or twice a week. When you practice a little each day, skills don’t erode. In fact, they consolidate. It’s like a bank account earning compound interest: a virtuous spiral where skill accrues quickly.

Don’t miss out on getting one of the 5000 Puck Challenge T-Shirts or Puck handling Biscuits

IMPORTANT: Please be honest in what is reported, players need to learn that it takes discipline
and work to achieve results. Shortcuts or false reporting is not acceptable. The shot challenge is only
for an at home event (does not include shots taken at summer hockey or camps).

 Build a foundation of technique skills
 Be consistent/accountable
 Increase proficiency and confidence
 Have fun building your skills!

Getting Started What you need:

• A regulation size net or designated net area (for example: Street hockey, or ice hockey nets,  drawn or taped location on a concrete wall)

• Shooter tutor or targets (Can be made out of plywood or purchased)

• Shooting surface (concrete floor, driveway,  heavy plastic sheet)

• 10-100 pucks

• Hockey gloves

• Stick (should be a few inches shorter than the one used on the ice as player will not be wearing skates)

• Players must follow the directions and meet the minimum number of shots required. Players may and
are encouraged to shoot more than the minimum required shots per week. Players should engage friends and work together.

• If player cannot hit the upper corner of the net, they can shoot to the lower corner or the middle level
of the net until they can hit the upper corner.

Form and mechanics are more important than accuracy. Click the link below for tips.

Obstacles to puck handle around - get creative! PVC or Toilet paper roll; Ball or Biscuit for puck handling
For Questions regarding what is needed or what to do, please contact Mike Peterson at 612-986-3091

Help Wanted...

Help us have a successful 2019-2020 season and consider this position on the New Ulm Hockey Board.

Position Open: Concessions Co-Chair

Spend this season shadowing the current Concessions Chair, Jamie Kasiska-Pettersen to learn the concession stand ropes with the intention of taking over the position in the 20-21 season.

The Concession Stand chair works with vendors to ensure the New Ulm Civic Center concession stand is stocked with products, coordinates with the Ice Scheduler, NUHA Treasurer and Volunteer Coordinator. 

This role is not required to cover open shifts. This role is granted full volunteer hours. 

If you are interested or have questions reach out to Jen Waloch,

12U State Bound

12U Celebrates big win - punching ticket to STATE!

Chevy Drive One Event

The 15U girls show off the check they earned for NUSE Hockey at the Kohls-Weelborg, Chevy Drive One event on Saturday, December 15.

NUSE Tournament Information


Need more Ice Time

Check out Links to Open Skate and Open Hockey. Players should check calendars often for changes.


Other Hockey Links...

Are you getting Emails from NUSE?

This time of the year the NUSE Association is sending a couple emails per week. If you are NOT receiving emails please reach out to Jen Waloch to let her know she can troubleshoot the problem. 

NUSE Summer Camp Opportunities

Attached are flyers for 2 NUSE Summer camp opportunities. 

FULL! 6-8 yo Boys/Girls Camp: June 10-14; 10:45 - 1:30, schedule, cost, sign-up details are in the flyer

OPEN! Eagles Boys/Girls Camp:  Mon/Tues starting July 22, ending August 27; 5:45-8:00; 3rd grade - Bantam level

Great coaches and experience for players at these camps. Please read the flyers for sign-up instructions and deadlines. 

Jennifer Waloch

Tom Macho Award Recipient: Andy Shriver

The Tom Macho Award is awarded annually to a community member who has demonstrated dedication to the growth and support of hockey in the New Ulm/Sleepy Eye Community. 

This year, Andy Shriver was awarded this honor on December 15. 

Andy was the first New Ulm High School Girl's Hockey Coach, taking the position in 1995 and coaching for 2 years. Girls Hockey was new for the High School and Andy helped plant the seeds of the successful program we have in New Ulm today. 

Thank you, Andy for your dedication to NUSE Hockey!

Andy Shriver and Tom Macho during the December 15th award presentation.

2019 Gun Raffle Calendar Winners

By the 5th of each Month, that Month's winners will be posted.

2018 Gun Calendar Raffle Winners

By the 5th of each Month, that Month's winners will be posted.

2017 Gun Calendar Raffle Winners

By the 5th of each Month, that Month's winners will be posted.

Coaching Opportunities

Do you like hockey?  Do you enjoy coaching?  Can you motivate, inspire and have a good time with energetic hockey kids?  Try a season of being a NUSE Hockey coach!   

If interested, please contact Mike Peterson, NUSE Hockey Operations Committee Director or  Coaching Coordinator, Jason Rewitzer 507-276-2568 or



All are welcome to come.  See calendar on website for actual meeting dates.

All association members are able to submit any topics or solutions to be considered for the agenda each month. 

This is an opportunatity for everyone to get involved.

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