Come join us on November 6th at 10:45AM for a completely free experience to try youth hockey.
Our coaches will be on the ice to assist your child in learning the basics. Your son or daughter does not need any previous skating or hockey experience. A hockey or bicycle helmet and winter gloves are required to participate.
Skate rental is available from the Rec for a nominal fee.
The following guidance applies to everyone (players, families, and coaches)
The Brooklyn Youth Hockey Association will be adhering to the guidance from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention regarding those that have tested positive to COVID-19 (with or without symptoms) and those that have been exposed to someone who has tested positive. Should the CDC guidance be amended, our policies will be amended as well.
Brent comes to us from Team Ohio. He has extensive hockey background and has spent the last 6 years developing Cleveland area hockey players. We are excited to welcome him and his family to the Sharks' family and look forward to tryouts and gearing up for next season!
Thank you for our Shark Alumni who participated in our Annual Alumni Game this year. It was a lot of fun and a huge success! Thank you to Coach Charlie Swartwood and Coach Mike Boddy for leading and coaching this game. We can’t wait for next year! Go Sharks!
Congratulations to our 12U Sharks on their advancement to the CSHL Championship Game on March 21st. These Sharks worked their fins off winning the game against the Geauga Mapleleafs in overtime! We are proud of their accomplishment and look forward to cheering on our Sharknado next weekend against Rocky River Pirates.
With the recent increase in COVID cases in the county and the state, we have been getting some questions about cages, shields, and masks on the ice. USA Hockey has put together the above helpful information.
In summary, it is all a matter of personal choice at this time. There are many different options currently available. We do have players (from our Fundamentals level and up) that wear masks on the ice and at games and are comfortable doing so. We encourage other players to do the same, if they feel comfortable doing so.
However, as a reminder, it is still required for players to come to practices and games wearing a mask. Masks are required in Locker Rooms and in the facilities (Brooklyn and Garfield) until helmets are put on. As soon as helmets come off, masks MUST go back on.
Coaches are strongly encouraged to wear masks on the ice (and it is required at Garfield). Masks are also required at ALL TIMES on the bench and in the facilities.
If we want to remain on the ice, we have to all do our part and follow the rules.
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