Montgomery Youth Hockey Association (MYHA) is a Tier II Youth Hockey Program located in Maryland. The focus is on player development, both on and off the ice, the importance of sportsmanship and teamwork, strong competition, and giving each player the tools to become the best player, teammate & individual they can be all while enjoying the game of hockey. Coaches and staff encourage the players to develop confidence and competence in fundamental skills, in a safe, competitive environment.
FORWARDS: Elwyn Craig, Delaware Ducks 2 Elwyn has great hands that he uses to move through traffic and free up space for his great wrist shot. He used these skills to finish the weekend with three goals (which is tied for most on the team). . Ben Kaplan, Montgomery Blue Devils LA Blue Ben is a […]Read More
FORWARDS Nathan Ciccarelli, North Jersey Aspen Kings BlueThe two-way forward has shown a lot of grit in his game this season. Not afraid to mix it up in the corners, Ciccarelli has been a source of energy for North Jersey, putting up three points in seven divisional games. Stephen Gresch, Hollydell Hurricanes RedWith 12 points […]Read More
Haverford Hawks vs. Atlantic City Sharks, September 25th, 9:50 AMBoth of these teams have had plenty of close match-ups leading up to this point, which will make this probably one of the tighter contests of the showcase. Sharks’ goalie Casey Smith has only allowed eight goals in 116 shots against (.931 save percentage), while Haverford has a […]Read More
FORWARDSBrendan Boudreau, North Jersey Skylands Kings NavyTallying a goal in all four games, Boudreau helped lead the way for the Skylands Kings. With six goals and eight points on the Showcase, Boudreau comes out of the weekend as the team’s leading scorer. Gavin Rahnavardy, St. James (Showcase)Showing off his vision on the ice, Rahnavardy put […]Read More
Montgomery Youth Hockey Blue (4-0-0, 19 GF, 2 GA): With other solid teams in front of them Montgomery was able to vault over them and end up the weekend at the top of the U16 AA Standings. Only allowing two goals on the weekend helped out, as did keeping teams to an average of 17 […]Read More
North Jersey Aspen Kings Grey: Being in the top-three of the standings, North Jersey showed plenty of teamwork with 10 players having at least a point this season. Landon Brookes (17g, 2a), Dylan Branigan (8g, 7a), and Brady Shetler (6g, 6a) are all in double-digits for points, while goalie Jackson Maloney has six wins on the season in his seven starts. With a […]Read More