WHEN: Saturday, August 26, 2017
9-11am: 1st session (arrive between 8-8:30am to register and practice)
12pm: BBQ, Awards and fun for all! Shooters and non shooters!
WHERE: 3 Quarter Circles Ranch, 26208 US 40 West, Steamboat Springs. (just west of Steamboat II subdivision)
TEAMS: Register as a team of 4, or individually and we will group you into a team. Prizes for top finishers
DETAILS: Novice to Experienced shooters welcome. Shooting instructors will be on site for training. Bring your own shotgun, or rent one for $25 on site. Ammo will be provided. Every shooter will have 4 shots at each station. 50 shots total. Purchase extra rounds for practice prior to the Shootout.
SAFETY: Safety is a primary focus. Hunter Safety certification is recommended. All shooters under age 14 must have a Hunter Safety Card or be accompanied by an adult (this adult does not have to be a part of the team)
SIGN UP: Follow the link for the Stampede Shootout to register
$100 per person or $400 for a 4 person team
Contact Scott Kempers at 970-846-9619 with any inquiries.
You must first get your uniform number approved by Kate Z- firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd jersey try on date- August 15 5pm at the rink
SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, ...PRE-SEASON, TRYOUTS, and PRACTICES
MIDGET AND FALL HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY
We will be offering three fall teams this year for any player enrolled in high school this fall. These teams work in conjunction with the plan for the high school hockey team and our winter midget program. Please see below for the full midget and fall high school plan!! Register by clicking on the registration tab
SSYHA Sponsored Hockey Opportunities
Check in with Howelsen Ice Arena to see their monthly schedule for stick-n-puck, drop-in, and public skating sessions.
New this summer, coach supervised Youth Drop in Hockey- 9 sessions, one per week, buy a punch card for $54 or $9 per session at the door. June 13/15 through August 15/17. Scrimmages, no checking.
2005-2008:Tuesdays 7:45 am
2001-2004: Thursdays 7:45 am
As we approach the end of the summer and the start of next hockey season, there will be other optional offerings. We are looking at bringing a high level power skating coach to Steamboat, running a "season prep" mini-camp, holding a goalie camp, and running a checking clinic.
The MSGHL is strong and will continue to function as it has over the past few years with potential to expand the U10 division.
The "Tier Level" hockey has announced some exciting changes. Tier hockey is AA or AAA hockey. As we have seen over time in our state, there is always pressure to get players into AAA programs without a lot of foresight and planning as to how many players are actually AAA caliber and what happens to other programs below the AAA level. Traditional boys programs have had major issues with this and the girls programs were fighting the same battles.
The girls programs got together and united under CAHA to build a better over all program. Therefore, there will now only be one true AAA girls team - Team Colorado. There will be one at the U19 level and one at the U16 level. All are welcome to tryout. Any girls making these teams from the mountains will need to billet in Denver. These are the Tier 1, full-season, elite AAA teams for our state.
Then, under this structure, there are 6 approved associations that will offer Tier 2 - AA teams as well as AAA tournament teams at the U19, U16, and U14 levels. These teams will function similar to years past where girls can still play for their home associations on MSGHL. CDYHL, or CCYHL teams.
To be eligible for Team Colorado (AAA, full-season) or the AAA tournament teams, players must make the tryouts May 19-21 in Denver. If a player desires to only play for a AA team, this tryout is not mandatory...there will be other opportunities in the fall. However, it was explained to me that the tryouts will be used to "better identify all players".
So, if you know a player (U14, U16, U19) that has the skill and interest to play at a AA level or higher, please forward this information along!!