We are excited to be able to offer Summer Camp opportunities again this year. Watch your email, the website, and Facebook for updates, as we are currently working to finalize dates and times.
We are excited to share information about the Girls Summer Camp opportunities. Both camps will be ran by Kristin Faber (NUHS Girls Varsity Coach), additional instructors include Eagles Alumni Players- Current College Players, and Current Eagles Varsity Players. All registrations are due by July 9th, and should be mailed to Kristin Faber.
Who: Girls playing at the 8U level during the 21-22 hockey season
When: August 9th - August 13th, 12:30pm- 2:30pm daily
What to expect: Camp will consist of on-ice and off-ice training focusing on individual skill development, skating basics, shooting, and stick skills.
Who: Girls who will be playing 10U or 12U hockey during the 21-22 hockey season
When: August 9th - August 13th, 9:00 am - 11:30 am daily
What: Camp will consist of on-ice and off-ice training focusing on individual skill development, skating, shooting skills and small area skill development.
Who: Squirts, Pee-Wees, & Banatams
When: Monday & Tuesday Nights July 19- August 31st (3 groups: 5:30-6:30PM, 6:45-7:45PM, & 8:00-9:00PM times will be assigned after registration is completed)
Camp will consist of 14 hours of on-ice training focusing on individual skills development, skating, shooting, stick handling, Goalie development and small area skills.
Be sure to register early if you want to participate as registration will be limited to 30 per group.
NUSE Hockey Association encourages all players to work on shooting and puck handling in the off-ice season. Players participating will receive prizes(see attachment), recognition at a High School Hockey Game and a name on a banner to be located in the arenas.
If you have further questions please contact Hockey Operations Director Mike Peterson 612-986-3091 email@example.com
NUSE COVID Protocols
Players may enter the rink 10 minutes prior to the game start time and are able to bring in a
small bag with them. No large hockey bags are allowed. Players should arrive as close to fully
dressed as possible.
Goalies may enter the rink 15 minutes prior to the game start time, and may bring in the same
bag/gear as with practices.
Locker Rooms. New Ulm is currently not allowing locker rooms. Sleepy Eye locker rooms are
• Only skates, helmets and gloves are allowed to be put on inside the arena.
• Goalies - Only large pads, skates, helmets and gloves are allowed to be put on inside the
• Player must enter designated bench area to complete fitment of skates, helmet, and
Mouth guards are required but need not be tethered to the helmet.
Masks. Players, coaches, officials, spectators, ect. MUST properly wear a mask at all times when
in the arena, including while on ice.
• Cloth, disposable, and gator type facemasks are all acceptable.
• A medical exemption to mask-wearing is honored with a doctor’s note required.
Spectators: For all levels of play, each active player is allowed to have 2 spectators in
• Children do not count as spectators and while they are allowed to attend, must stay
with a parent at all times. They should not be allowed to play or move freely around the
arena by themselves.
• MUST wear Facemasks at all times while in the facility.
• MUST physically distance from other non-family spectators at all times.
Roll Call. Spectators will need to check in with the Roll Call Monitor and are able to enter the
arena 10 minutes prior to the start of the game, the same as the players. Be prepared to tell
them who your player is and a contact phone number.
• All Spectators MUST exit the arena immediately following the game.
Concession stands will be open.
• Individuals must wait until they are seated to eat their purchases.
• The concession stands will not be serving pizza or food that is not pre-packaged at this
Please also look over the document below for some key things to know, remember, and be mindful of as we start the season with new rules and guidelines. It is important that we all follow these guidelines to ensure that our kids can be on the ice.
Congratulations to our 2019-2020 Bantam A State Qualifying Team
NUSE Hockey is seeking coaches at all levels.
We especially need parent coaches at 8 & Under boys and girls. At the 8 & Under levels it is extremely important to have enough coaches, so please consider coaching. You do not need to the be best skater or have played hockey before. Just bring a passion to develop young players and make sure they have fun!
NUSE Hockey prefers Non Parent coaches at Squirt/10u and above levels, if you are interested as a Non Parent coach these are paid positions. Parent coaches also strongly urged to apply.
If interested in coaching please contact Coaching Coordinator Jason Rewitzer at 507-276-2568 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to Coaching Applications https://newulm.pucksystems2.com/page/show/109084-hockey-operations
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, John Busch was awarded this honor on NUSE Hockey Day, January 11.
John was involved with hockey in New Ulm starting in the late 1980's as a coach and he continued to coach for over 20 years. John coached at various levels throughout his coaching career advancing teams to District and Regional play. Johns was known to have unconventional coaching philosophies and his players truly loved being part of it. It wasn't all about the wins and losses, it was about the memories that were provided to his players. In addition to coaching John was also a referee for over 20 years. He was referee for many levels of hockey including youth games, High School, Junior and College games.
NUSE Hockey Association congratulates John on his many years of dedication to the sport of hockey in this association and across Minnesota.
Congratulations and Thank you, John!
WATCH LIVE & ON DEMAND!
PROMO CODE: f0de-cb78
LiveBarn is Live at Sleepy Eye Arena
LiveBarn provides online broadcasts of youth and amateur sports across the US & Canada. Games are broadcast both Live and via On Demand replay.
Family & Friends can watch online when they can’t make it to the game. Coaches and players can re-play their games, share video highlights or download full games for further review.
LiveBarn is available on a monthly subscription basis . Use PROMO CODE: f0de-cb78 for a 10% discount.
While viewing On Demand, you can SHARE 30-second highlights via social media and email or DOWNLOAD 30-minute clips and store up to 30 hours of video per month (premium accounts).
Don’t forget to submit your highlights for a chance to be featured in Plays of the Week videos!
INSTRUCTIONS FOR VIEWING, SHARING OR DOWNLOADING GAMES:
1. Create a LiveBarn account using the PROMO CODE: f0de-cb78
2. Search for and select your venue.
3. Select Live (for Live) or On Demand (for past games or to share/download clips) and select date and time.
TO SHARE: Pause video at time you would like 30-second clip to STOP, select social media or email, and share provided link
TO DOWNLOAD: Pause video, select download, press both download buttons and 30-minute video will download to your computer (for full game select multiple 30 minute sections)
The 15U girls show off the check they earned for NUSE Hockey at the Kohls-Weelborg, Chevy Drive One event on Saturday, December 15.
Check out Links to Open Skate and Open Hockey. Players should check calendars often for changes.
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 Jennifer Nelson 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!
If interested, please contact Mike Peterson, NUSE Hockey Operations Committee Director or Coaching Coordinator, Jason Rewitzer 507-276-2568 or email@example.com.
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.