P.A.L. Ice Hockey, a place for all to learn about life, teamwork, commitment and the game of Ice Hockey.
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P.A.L. Ice Hockey/Jr Islanders hold an annual golf outing to raise funds for the continued effort of keeping costs to play Ice Hockey as reasonable as possible for those less fortunate. While enjoying a day of golf, you will assist in providing an opportunity for kids to play the great game of hockey.
This year's golf outing is on August 21st at the beautiful Baiting Hollow Club, home of the US Open Qualifier...GET FULL DETAILS
Goaltending is the backbone of any good hockey team and also the backbone of the success of P.A.L. Ice Hockey. We continue to make goaltender development a top priority of our program; and with that in mind we are again thrilled to offer you Bob Bellemore's annual free goalie clinic held at the Rinx on August 22nd - this is open to all goalies in the organization at all levels.
Coach Bellemore is one of the most highly-regarded athletes in Providence College history and is a former goalie coach of the New Jersey Devils. Over his long coaching career he has served as an assistant coach with the Providence College men's and women's ice hockey teams; and worked closely with USA Hockey as an instructor at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. His wealth of knowledge and experience is incredibly valuable and we can not stress enough the importance of our goaltenders attending this clinic. We encourage all of our goalies to take advantage of this free clinic that Coach Bellemore has again agreed to provide for the P.A.L. program.
These are clinics designed exclusively for goalies with the intention to develop fundamental and advanced skills at every level. Each clinic will include a focus on mobility, stamina, playing the angles, situational decision making, rebound control, stance and movement, playing the puck and more. There will be goalie-focused skating drills, shooter stations and "The Goalie Anthem," which our young netminders will take with them into the coming season as a mental edge to go along with their developing skills.
The clinic will be held on Tuesday August 22nd at The Rinx as follows:
6:00 PM - 7 :00 PM: Mites and Squirts
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM: Peewees and Bantams
The cost to participate in Youth Hockey has become extremely challenging in these very difficult economic times; but the benefits of playing youth sports remains important for the development of today’s youth. P.A.L. Ice Hockey has a Journal Ad Program to assist families in offsetting costs...SEE FULL DETAILS
CALLING ALL PEE-WEE HOCKEY PLAYERS! HERE’S YOUR CHANCE TO EXPERIENCE PEE-WEE HOCKEY, ISLANDERS STYLE!
BIRTH YEARS 2005, 2006 The New York Islanders want you for the 2017–18 New York Islanders Quebec Team.
Here’s your chance to try out for the team we’re sending next year to the Quebec International Hockey Tournament, also known as the “World Championship of Pee-Wee Hockey.” Plus, for all you goalies out there—if you are selected as one of the two goalies going to Quebec, you will have the chance to take part in five (5) goalie sessions with the goalie coaches for the New York Islanders…SEE FULL DETAILS
EAST MEADOW, NY (February 25, 2017) – Northwell Health Ice Center and the New York Islanders announced today, along with Pride in Athletics for Life (P.A.L.) Hockey, a non-profit, amateur hockey organization, the five-year agreement extension. The organizations have worked together for the past four years, developing Long Island youth hockey participants from the beginner levels, up to the highest level midget hockey that has placed numerous players in college and junior programs around the country...SEE FULL INFO
In order to take advantage of the P.A.L. Junior Islanders experience, players need families who are willing to open their homes and create a “home away from home environment”. These host families are known as billets and are an important part of Junior hockey. See more information regarding the Host Family Program