Arrows Hockey is one of the oldest hockey organizations on Long Island. The Arrows were first established as "Skateland Hockey" in 1962, borrowing its name from its home ice at Skateland Ice Rink (now known as "Iceland") in New Hyde Park. In 1986, the organization established its home ice at the Freeport Recreation Center and began operating as Arrows Hockey. Arrows Hockey is a non-profit association providing boys and girls ages 3 - 18 the opportunity to become involved in amateur hockey through Instructional, Intramural and Travel programs.
Several "Arrows alumni" have gone on to play college level hockey at Farmingdale, Stonybrook and NYU to name a few, and even NHL hockey such as Nick Fotiu of the N.Y. Rangers / Calgary Flames and Dan Dorian of N.J. Devils fame.
The Atlantic Hockey Federation is gearing up for another Showcase Weekend, the Fall Freeze Showcase, happening from December 2-3, featuring Full Ice Mite Add Ons. Stay in the know and keep up with all the action by accessing schedules and live scores conveniently located under the Game Center tab on our website. Be sure to share your […]Read More
For the week ending on November 26th, the Atlantic Hockey Federation rankings are in. KRACH is a team’s win/loss ratio multiplied by strength of schedule. You can view all rankings on the AHF KRACH Page here. The teams that are in first in each division are Ashburn Xtreme (9U AA), Long Island Whalers (10U AA), Team […]Read More
Reposted by Black Bear Youth Hockey Foundation In a significant stride towards fostering inclusivity in youth hockey, the Black Bear Youth Hockey Foundation proudly announces its scholarship recipients for the 2023-24 season, providing a total of $44,900 in financial aid to 64 deserving children. Established in 2020, the foundation aims to eliminate financial barriers hindering […]Read More