The Amherst Knights Squirt Major AA Team Crozier hockey team won the Atom Division of the Ft. Erie Tournament this past weekend.The team won all 5 games, including the championship game, 2-1, against the Strathroy Rockets.
On Ice: Noah Benderson, Jacob Crozier, Quincy Unger and Brady Mobus
Kneeling: Gunnar O’Donoghue, Luke Deakin, Hayden Blajszczak, Jacob Cyrek, Matthew Fortune, Nicholas Mendola, Kiersten Smith and Jeffrey Vallone
Standing: Caleb Okulewicz, Ryan Marcolini, CJ Hurley, Patrick Ohle, Ted Tresco and Michael Armento
Coaches: Dave Smith, Greg Fortune, Charlie Mendola, Mark Mobus, Paul Vallone and Richard Crozier (Head Coach)
Amherst Youth Hockey Girls Skills Skate
Hosted by Girls 12U Travel
Saturday, Dec 10th 4:20 – 5:30 on NHL #2
Open to any girls playing AYH House or Travel, birth years 2004 – 2009:
-Mite, Squirt, and PeeWee House
-12U Girls House
-12U Girls Travel
-Squirt & Pee Wee Travel
A chance to skate through a station based practice focusing on hockey skills and skating while building friendships with the others girls of AYH. We hope by having a little fun we’ll be able to help grow and develop the girls programs in Amherst. This skills skate is offered at no cost to eligible AYH players.
Any questions or to RSVP please contact Tim Zimmerman (12U Travel Head Coach).
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Coaches are welcome to join us and help with stations, please contact Tim Z if interested
The Free Amherst Goalie clinic's taught by Grant Ledyard are now available!
The on ice instruction is meant to build a players confidence through fundamentals. Instruction from Grant Ledyard, Amherst Hockey Director and 18 year NHL player.
There is openings for 8 goalies per session, we kindly ask that you only register for 1 slot as we have a very large program and would like for all goalies to be able to experience this clinic. Also if you sign up for several spots and there is a waiting list we will have to delete your registration to allow for someone else.
For over 25 years Amherst Youth Hockey coaches have played pick-up games after they put their kids to bed. AYH continues to support this opportunity for current and former coaches to get together on the ice for some good spirited competition. Although there is no body checking, full equipment is recommended. All skill levels, ages and gender are welcome as we break into teams of white and dark jerseys. Traditionally, we skate every Monday and Wednesday night but this season the schedule has been tweaked to accommodate our youth players. To be included on the Coaches Ice email list, just send an email to former AYH President Dave Silverberg at
or call him at
870-4460 for scheduling and cost, or just show up at 1 of the skates that will be on our website.