July 22nd 12:15pm-1:30pm
August 11th 1:30pm-2:45pm
July 30th 5:45pm-6:45pm (Parent informational meeting after skate)
July 30th 7:00pm-8:00pm (Parent informational meeting before skate)
August 12th 12:45pm-1:45pm (Parent informational meeting before skate at 12:00pm)
August 26th 3:45pm-4:45pm
If you're looking for a camp this summer to push your play to the highest level, look no further than Tru Hockey's Battle Camp. Coached by Jean-Guy Trudel, Alec Hagaman and Blake Ortman as well as other current and former professional players and coaches. This camp is for 2nd year PeeWees up to Juniors. This is an intense and high level camp and is only for travel players. The camp dates are August 6th-August 10th and runs from 9:30am-2:30pm. Please see form below for more information.
Once again Jean-Guy Trudel, head coach of the Peoria Rivermen will be running the Peoria Mustangs hockey camp! This camp is for house league and travel players in Mites, Squirts and PeeWees. The dates for this camp are July 30th-August 3rd. Camp runs from 8:30am-3:00pm Monday-Friday. If you want to give your kids a head start on the upcoming season, this camp can't be beat. Please see flier below for more information.
The PYHA is proud to announce we will have two CSDHL league teams this year for 05's and a U16 team. More information will come out when it is available. Please keep checking in to our website and social media pages!
The PYHA Bantam All-Star team that played in the Luck of the Irish tournament eliminated the first seed team from Joliet to go to the championship. They lost to Pekin in the championship, but these kids all played their hearts out and Nate Cooley was named Bantam MVP for the tournament. Second place is impressive for a group of kids who played less than 10 games together prior to arriving in St Louis. Congratulations Bantam All-Stars!
The Midget All-Star team came in second place, and Terrin Keil was Midget MVP. The PeeWee All-Star team made it to the championship game as well. Well done to all the PYHA All-Star teams.
The PeeWee Majors won the NIHL Gold Championship game 6-1. They finished the season with a 15-2-1 record and went 4-0 in the playoffs. They are now going for the state championship and are in the final 8.
PYHA would like to identify and track our former players who are playing at the "next level". Please let us know if you or your child has played or is currently playing at the junior, college, or professional levels. We would like to post the names of these players as well as the organizations they moved on to on the website and at the rink. Please contact Brad Mitchel at email@example.com.