The Northwest Chargers are proud to announce the 2018 Spring and Summer programs. The program will run from April 2nd through May 24th and include the following offerings:
Registration is now open. Sign up for Tryouts or the Midget Showcase by March 5th to be entered into a drawing to receive free Spring Fees. One winner will be awarded per level (Squirt, Pee Wee, Bantam, Midget). Drawing to be held on March 14th, and winners will be notified.
Please click on links below for program details:
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INTRO TO FULL ICE!
The Northwest Chargers Hockey Club, will be offering a 7 week Introduction to Full Ice Hockey program to all House League Players born in 2010, 2011, or 2012. This program will run Sundays from January 21st through March 11th (No ice on March 4th) 8:00AM - 9:00AM at West Meadows Ice Arena. The cost of this program is $70.
These programs will be conducted by Tim Mueller, Hockey Director for the Northwest Chargers and other members of the Chargers coaching staff.
Registration is required.
The Chargers is proud to be working the First Goal Foundation’s - Hockey On Your Block program along with our U18 CSDHL Player and Eagle Candidate Alec Gern.
How can you help? Please bring new and used hockey equipment to donate. The drop off bins can be located at MPIA, West Meadows, Triphahn Center, Leafs Centre and Glacier Ice Arena until February 17th. Help make a difference in a child’s life!
Hockey On Your Block provides ice time, lessons, equipment and coaching to help kids learn essential life skills through the core values of hockey: sportsmanship, perseverance and teamwork. They bring joy of ice sports to the Chicago youth who would not otherwise gain this experience. The equipment donated during the months of January and February will be given to founder and Vice-President Ray Lilja. HOYB is part of the First Goal Foundation which is a non-profit organization, recognized by the IRS with 501©3 charitable designation.
For information on Hockey on Your Block please visit:
The goal of this program is to educate the youth hockey community on concussion awareness, prevention and treatment as well as to provide FREE baseline neurocognitive testing to AHAI members.
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