SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, March 25, 2017
4:30PM - 7:30PM
The Sharks' year end Skate-A-Thon will be held at Terry Conners Rink. It will be a great time for all the players and families. Hope to see you there!
4:45 to 5:00 Welcome announcements
5:00 to 5:30 Tiger Sharks
5:30 to 6:00 U8 and U12
6:00 to 6:30 Chuck a Puck
6:30 to 6:45 Ice Cut
6:45 to 7:15 Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget
How it works….
Each skater will have 30minutes to skate around the rink according to the schedule above. Players will be required to wear helmets and gloves and there will be no pucks sticks, or sliding during the sessions. With the help of other players, coaches, and parents, we’ll have a great time cheering everyone on. The committee will be attending upcoming practices and games to pass out event information.
Attached is a sponsor form for players to solicit pledges from family members, neighbors, parents, co-workers, and friends. This is not a door-to-door sale- PLEASE for safety reasons do not have your children approach strangers. People can pledge a flat rate and provide a check made out to SYHA. Players will then bring in their forms and checks by the day of the event to qualify for prizes.
The TOP PLAYER raising the MOST money in pledges will win a $100.00 gift card to Instant Replay. We will also be awarding the TOP TEAM, who raises the most money, $10.00 gift cards to each player for iTunes.
Any questions: Email Sue Dwyer
, Natalie Duggan email@example.com
The Stamford Sharks Pee Wee A team traveled to Montreal, Quebec to compete in the CanAm Challenge Cup. The Sharks went 5-0 en route to the gold medal. Wins over the Jersey Shore Wildcats, New Jersey Titans, and Plattsburgh Roadrunners set up a showdown between Stamford and the Burlington (Ontario) Bulldogs. The Sharks were victorious in a hard fought 2-0 battle. The next morning, a rematch between the two teams in the gold medal game was equally well played. Stamford headed into the third period with a 2-1 lead. They increased their lead to 3-1 within the first few seconds of a power play, and a shot and a rebound made it 4-1. In the final minutes, Burlington pulled their goalie, and the Sharks popped in an open netter. With their bark proving worse than their bite, the Bulldogs collapsed, as Stamford netted one more goal in the waning seconds for a 6-1 final score.