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Due to low player participation, the Mike Weber Boot Camp has been canceled.

For those who already paid, your money will be refunded.

 

Mike Weber Camp 2014

Dear hockey families,
 
My name is Michelle Stillings and I have been serving on our youth hockey board since 2011, coached our 2013-2014 ADM Mite team, and filled various other team roles.  In addition to my work with the Youngstown Area Amateur Hockey Association, my husband has been involved in coaching and both of our children have been playing hockey in Youngstown.  During this time, we have gained lifelong friendships and great memories and plan to have many more of both.
 
As we enter the 2014-2015 hockey season, I would like to inform you that I have been appointed by our board to serve as president of YAAHA.  I would like to thank the board for entrusting me with such a large responsibility, and at the same time I would like to thank our former president Bob Gray for all of the hard work and energy that he has put into every past season.  Until you sit on the board, it is very difficult to understand the time, effort, and energy that all the people put into serving and running an organization.  A huge thank you to our existing board and to our coaches for all of your hard work past, present, and future.
 
With that being said, we are quickly approaching the start of our new hockey season and are looking forward to a great one.  I strongly encourage all of you to get involved, even if it is in a small way: YAAHA is always looking for support at the board level, various committee levels, and at the team level.  Our organization runs on volunteers and we need you to help YAAHA run and grow; without all of you and your efforts the jobs cannot get done.  Please join us for a meeting with our board this Thursday, July 17th at the Magic Tree at 6:30 to discuss how you can support our organization.
 
Again, we need YOU and your help to make this an amazing season!
 
Thank again for your time and I look forward in seeing many of you this Thursday, July 17th at 6:30.
 
Michelle Stillings
724-971-9929 cell
Stillingsmichelle1@gmail.com


 

USHL Phantoms Hockey Summit

 

Thanks to Coach Anthony Noreen and his staff for conducting this great event.  Players from Pittsburgh to Sandusky took advantage of the Hockey Summit to learn what it takes to move to the next level!


Youth Hockey Open House

 

Special Thank You's to the USHL Coaching Staff, The Covelli Centre, and our Phantom Youth Volunteers for making the Open House events a success!

Through the two weekends, we had over 80 players enjoy a great afternoon on the ice and then watch the USHL Phantoms in action!!

We look forward to similar opportunities in the future.


American Hockey Parent Handbook Now Available Online

03/14/2014, 5:15pm EDT
By Jayson Hron - USA Hockey
 

USA Hockey recently created a comprehensive handbook for hockey parents that covers everything from skill development to safety to nutrition and beyond. It’s filled with actionable insights and information that can help you and your child enjoy a great youth hockey experience. Check out the digital version by clicking here .


ADM Hockey

Let's Go ADM Phantoms!  2014-15 is coming up FAST!!

 

Anyone interested in participating in our program, coaching in the program, or helping with the program is asked to contact Paula Willock at pwillock@hotmail.com.  The ADM age groups (2006 and younger for the 2014-15 season) are THE MOST IMPORTANT developmental age for our young players.

 

 

Youngstown Phantom ADM Program
 
Registration is ALWAYS open for our ADM program!  
 
 
Click on the ADM Tab above to:
 
1. Learn more about ADM Hockey
 
2. To submit your registration form. 
 

Hitting was open to all kids at the peewee level, but that was moved up a level into bantam three months ago. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
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