As a reminder, all players must be REGISTERED prior to attending the preseason clinics and tryouts. Players will not be allowed on the ice without a valid registration. Thank you for your cooperation.
The 2016-17 travel hockey pre-season skates, tryout schedule and fees are listed on the document below. These dates are subject to change.
Please note, travel fees reflect a slight price increase driven by increased ice costs.
On-line registration is OPEN. Click on the "Register: 2016-17 Fall Registration" link above.
A parents meeting will be held on August 19th at 6:20 pm in the Northbrook Sports Center Community Room.
House League information is included in the below document. These dates are subject to change.
A parents meeting will be held on September 10th at 10am in the Northbrook Sports Center Community Room.
Online registration is OPEN. Please click on the "Register: 2016-17 Fall Registration" link above.
House League runs from Sept. 11, 2016 - Feb. 22, 2017 (no House League Thanksgiving weekend or over winter break). Practices are generally on Saturdays and teams rotate between 9am and noon. Games are generally on Sundays (beginning Nov. 6) and teams rotate between noon and 5pm. Goalie clinics, power skates and dry land sessions are also included.
Please contact Arika Siegel at email@example.com if you would like to schedule a jersey fitting for the Fall travel season.
The Jr. Spartans are offering a Summer Skills Development Program and Back-To-School Camp! Please click on the document below for more information.
Registration is now open! We realize many hockey players had conflicts on Monday and Thursday nights due to other sports and overnight camp. We will allow drop-in at these clinics for the remaining sessions. Travel players should attend Monday nights, House players should attend Thursday nights. Clinics are $20 per session. Please give cash or checks (payable to Northbrook Jr. Spartans Hockey Club) to Rich Blakey or Scott Sortal and check your child in with them prior to the session. All players must have AAU hockey insurance to participate. Please note, drop-ins are NOT available for the August camp.
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The Northbrook Jr. Spartans Hockey Club is pleased to announce its Fall Travel Hockey Coaching Slate!
Mite AA: Scott Sortal
Mite A: Mike Noonan and David Pukzsta
Mite A2: Rich Blakey and Bob Anderson
NEW this fall season..... The Northbrook Hockey League ("NBHL") and Northbrook Park District have joined forces to offer numerous hockey classes: Learn to Skate, Learn to Play, Intro to girls hockey, Pre Mites, and Powerskate classes. All classes will be taught by NBHL coaches! Registration for these classes begins on July 29 with the Park District. Click on the link below for more information and to register. www.nbparks.org/
The Northbrook Jr. Spartans is a youth ice hockey club for Mite-aged (8 and under) players offering House League and competitive Travel programs. The Jr. Spartans are affiliated with the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) and AAU Hockey Illinois, and field teams in the Chicago United Hockey League (CUHL).
Responding to the market demands and a desire to offer a full-ice Mite hockey experience for its membership, twenty Chicago area clubs have formed a new youth hockey league that will debut this fall. The Chicago United Hockey League (CUHL) will offer a full season of full-ice hockey beginning in September and concluding with round robin playoffs in March. The league will be affiliated with the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) and AAU Hockey Illinois.
"For the last several years, there has been a growing desire of many in the hockey community to offer a full ice Mite season and, importantly, to allow local clubs to make the decisions that impact their memberships," said Jim Hanlon, who will serve as President of the new league. "We have many in our group who have dedicated their coaching careers to Mite hockey. They understand what is best for the development of Mites--both in terms of their skills and their love of the game--because they work with this age group in their communities on a daily basis. They understand what the parents, our paying customers, desire for their financial commitment."
The league will offer three levels of travel hockey: AA, A1, and A2. These teams will play a full season of 24 games beginning in late September and continuing through to the end of February. "Hockey is a winter sport. We intend to play hockey all the way through February," added Hanlon. The House Division will offer a 15-game season beginning slightly later in October. All League play will conclude with a round robin playoff format.
For more information about CUHL, visit www.ChicagoUnitedHockey.com.