Tuesday, November 20th, Alums who played Girls High School Eagles Hockey, we would like to celebrate your contributions to the program before and during the game. Games starts at 7:00 pm.
Current Eagles please join us in celebrating the contributions of female athletes to our community!
Contact Michelle Gag with questions
Three Finalists Will Have Their Essays Showcased During Hockey Day Minnesota Broadcast
St. Paul, MN – October 30, 2018 – Minnesota Hockey, in partnership with Park Dental, announced today the topic for the 2018 Hockey Education Program (HEP) Essay Contest. Once again, Park Dental will be the presenting partner of the HEP Essay Contest, which is an annual tradition that encourages players to express their thoughts on what makes youth hockey in Minnesota a fun, unique and positive environment.
All registered Minnesota Hockey participants are encouraged to enter the contest by completing the following: “I Can Be A Great Teammate By…”
The top three essays, as selected by the HEP Committee, will be featured during the Fox Sports North broadcast of Hockey Day Minnesota on January 19, 2019. All three finalists will also be featured in Let’s Play Hockey magazine and have an opportunity to attend a Minnesota Wild home game this season. The contest winner will be selected among the three finalists and will receive a “Dream Day” experience on a Minnesota Wild game day during the 2019-20 season. The “Dream Day” includes attending a Minnesota Wild morning skate, an hour of ice time at Xcel Energy Center and a group suite at a Wild game later that night.
The mission of HEP is to ensure a positive athletic experience for youth hockey players by integrating a progressive approach to skill development with coaching excellence and accountability through Fair Play. The three components of HEP are Skill Development, Education and Accountability.
“There are countless experiences provided by hockey that teach valuable life lessons,” said Dave Margenau, Minnesota Hockey President. “Near the top of that list is the importance of teamwork and lifelong friendships. We are excited to see another round of exceptional essays from our youth hockey players all over the state.”
Submissions will be accepted from November 1 through December 3. Original essays should be limited to 250 words or less, and should include the child’s name, hockey association, team/classification, address, phone number and email address. Submissions can be sent to:
Attn: HEP Essay Contest
317 Washington Street
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Squirt B accepts a check from Chevy for the Drive-One event held in October. Thank you Chevy for this great opportunity!
Check out Links to Open Skate and Open Hockey. Players should check calendars often for changes.
Want to earn some extra money during the hockey season? Be a Ref!!
Players must be 2nd year PW/12U or older to participate. 13 years of age up through Adult are welcome.
We have shortage of referees in our area and your consideration of this opportunity for you or your child is welcome.
The NUSE association does offer to refund new referees on certain fees, come to the meeting to find out more!
Contact Pete Guggisberg if you are interested but can't attend the meeting. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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! You don't have to be a wild and crazy guy like these three NUSE Hockey coaches (but it helps!)!
If interested, please contact Mike Peterson, NUSE Hockey Operations Committee Director.
MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS ARE HELD MONTHLY AT THE NEW ULM TURNER HALL OR AT THE SLEEPY EYE LEGION HALL - - 6:30pm NUHA/SEHA and 7:00 NUSE ON THE 3rd WEDNESDAY
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.