Canandaigua Knights Youth Hockey Conference, Inc. is a nonprofit membership corporation established to provide an opportunity for the youth of the Greater Canandaigua area to participate in the great sport of ice hockey. The Canandaigua Knights are committed to providing the opportunity for boys and girls to develop sportsmanship, teamwork and personal integrity, all while enjoying the fun and challenge of a fast action game.
Show your support for the Greater Canandaiuga Civic Center by visiting the rink's home page and voting to make our rink Kraft Hockeyville 2015!
KRAFT HOCKEYVILLE WANTS YOU.
From backyard rinks, to downtown community arenas, the passion for hockey exists all over this country. But which community’s passion for hockey burns brightest? Kraft Hockeyville is looking for America’s most passionate hockey community.
Up until March 18, 2015, tell us in 2,500 characters or less what makes your community so passionate about hockey. The winning community will walk away with the title of Kraft Hockeyville, and host a 2015-2016 NHL® Pre-Season Game in their community broadcast live from NBCSN, plus $150,000 towards upgrading their local arena courtesy of Kraft.
CKH is accepting Travel Coach Applications for 2015-16 season
The Canandaigua Knights Hockey Association is currently accepting applications for all Travel team head coach positions for the 2015-16 season. All interested coaches should complete the on-line application, which can be found in the vertical menu bar at ckhockey.org. All applications must be submitted before Friday, February 6, 2015. Interviews will be scheduled on February 7, 2015. Please contact Craig Towne, CPDC Chair, with any questions.
Atlantic Hockey Conference Championship Tournament Ticket Sale
Canandaigua Knights Hockey has teamed up with the Atlantic Hockey Conference (AHC) in a ticket sale fundraiser for the AHC Championship Tournament, March 20th & March 21st.
The Atlantic Hockey Conference (AHC) Tournament, the highest-profile NCAA Division I collegiate championship event to take place in western New York on an annual basis, is held each March in Rochester, NY at Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial. This season’s championship tournament will be held on Friday, March 20th (semi-final doubleheader) & Saturday, March 21st, 2015 (championship game). Local AHC-member schools include RIT, Canisius, and Niagara.
Showcase the Best of Rochester-Area Hockey!
Similar to college football bowl games and other major collegiate hockey tournaments, it is our goal for the city of Rochester to embrace this high-level college hockey tournament, while showcasing the city of Rochester at large, specifically its proud tradition of supporting hockey at all levels from youth leagues through the professional ranks. As such, we are offering area youth hockey associations the opportunity to support their teams/leagues through the sale of Atlantic Hockey Tournament tickets. A portion of each ticket sold will go directly back to the youth organization that sold it – all to make a strong, positive impact on the local Rochester hockey community, the conference’s member institutions, and their respective student-athletes. AHC teams are: RIT, Niagara, Canisius, Air Force, Sacred Heart, Holy Cross, Bentley, American International, Robert Morris, and Mercyhurst.
CKH is selling tickets for the March 20th & March 21st games for $12 each; a ticket for March 20th will allow you to see both games that day and a ticket for March 21st will allow you to see the Championship game.Tickets are marked with date and are not interchangeable. All tickets are for General Admission. Tickets at the door are roughly $20 for each day.
For every ticket CKH sells we will receive a $5 donation as an organizational fundraiser.
To purchase tickets please contact Benjamin Dunton at email@example.com. Please include in your email how many tickets you would like for each day. (Example, March 20th - 2 tickets and March 21st - 3 tickets)
All ticket orders need to be placed by March 1st. Cash and checks are accepted. Please make all checks out to "Canandaigua Knights Hockey".