Woodstock Youth Hockey would like to extend a huge thank-you to Dan French and Kim Gaines for making the TD Bank Bear Squirt Invitational such a success. We would also like to thank all of the UA staff, volunteers, coaches, parents, and players for their hard work and participation. The tournament was a lot of fun and an amazing time was had by all.
We have decided to postpone this event until further notice, please check back for more information!
SAVE THE DATE & RSVP for our first ever WYH “Hockey Night”. On, Thursday, February 13, 2014 at Ramunto’s Brick & Brew Pizza in Bridgewater we’ll be hosting a fun-filled night of food, socializing & a bit of fundraising too. From Mites to Varsity we hope you can attend!
Come enjoy an Olympic sized buffet dinner, which includes unlimited pizza options, garlic knots, salad and soft drinks. The cost is $15/adult and $8/child, kids under 3 eat free! We also will have some really great raffle prizes, including a signed USA Hockey Olympic Jersey from Mike Eruzione. The buffet will be open at 4:30 and will stay open until 9:00pm!
Click here and RSVP by pre-purchasing your tickets via our online store!
Last Friday night, Union Arena hosted the annual Face Off For Youth/Cops vs. Coaches hockey game, sponsored by the Ottauquechee Community Partnership and Woodstock Youth Hockey. The game pitted the Vermont Enforcers, comprised of officers from throughout the state, against the Woodstock Youth Hockey Coaches. The evening was a big success and fans were treated to some great hockey as the two teams engaged in a fierce contest on the ice. The Enforcers came out in the first period firing on all cylinders and built a quick 4-1 lead before the Woodstock Coaches found their groove and answered back with a few goals of their own. The game saw several lead changes and plenty of skilled hockey as the two teams skated hard throughout the evening. By the third period, however, the Woodstock Coaches managed to gain control of the game, much to the delight of the home crowd, and eventually won the contest, 9-6.
Regardless of the score, a good time was had by all as the event raised money and awareness for youth hockey and the Ottauquechee Community Partnership, which helps to promote healthy lifestyle choices while providing positive activities for our youth. Special thanks go out to the Ottauquechee Community Partnership, the Police Departments, Woodstock Youth Hockey, and the Woodstock Community for their support and participation in making this wonderful event such a success.