Boston, MA (April 21, 2016) – The United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) announced today that CP Dynamo will compete in the USPHL’s High Performance Youth Division for the 2016-17 season.
Youth organizations that will compete in the USPHL’s High Performance Youth Division for the 2016-17 season include the New Jersey Rockets, Jersey Hitmen, Westchester Express, Hartford Junior Wolfpack, Richmond Generals, Potomac Patriots, Jersey Shore Whalers, New York Aviators, Hatfield Ice, and P.A.L. Junior Islanders who are affiliated with the NHL’s New York Islanders.
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Skates/Tryouts for CPYHA Midget Teams
CPYHA will be holding skates/tryouts for Midget players (birth years ’98 – ’01) interested in the High School Preseason and CP Eagles TVHL teams. The dates and times are as follows:
Sunday June 12, 1:00 – 2:15PM –Skate & Scrimmage / Meet the coaches
Monday June 20, 6:10-7:10 PM – Skate & Scrimmage / Player Evaluation
Wednesday June 29, 5:30 – 6:50 PM – Skate & Scrimmage / Player Evaluation
Location: Clifton Park Ice Arena, 16 Clifton Common Blvd, Clifton Park, NY 12065
Players interested in attending the sessions should not currently be committed to another midget team and must present a signed financial release form from their 2015-2016 youth hockey organization (not required for players registered with CPYHA in 2015-2016). The cost is $30 and will cover participation in all sessions. If you have questions or need additional information please contact email@example.com
This program is for Youth Hockey Players of CPYHL to teach them the best way to train off the ice to build strength, increase speed, and prevent injury.
Skating and skills instructed by Ron Kuhl’s Hockey Hut
The Clifton Park Youth Hockey Association program provides learn to skate and play hockey programs for boys and girls ages 3-8.
NO Skating Experience Required.
2 weekly practice sessions
FUN, Organized, Professional Instruction, Laughs, Skills, Development, Smiles and Friendship.
Read more on the Registration Page.
Otto Miller, was a recent Graduate of Queensbury High School. His #1 passion was playing ice hockey and played for the QHS Spartans through his high school years. He also played for the AYHA. Most recently he worked really hard to get accepted to the University of Maryland Baltimore County for college, and to play hockey for the UMBC Retrievers Hockey Team in which he was recruited for. Just 2 days before move in to his dorm he had a terrible fall and broke his neck and back. The damage in his back was so severe it severed his spinal cord.
He is paralyzed from the waste down. We are thankful he survived and also that he does have the use of his arms and neck. Otto is a strong young man with a strong spirit, but the road to a functioning and a new normal life will be a long and hard one. Please help Otto with the financial burden of the many things that insurance may not cover. Rehabilitation, hotel bills, travel, remodeling the home.