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Former Jr Canes Coach Making His Mark
07/25/2017
  The Junior Hurricanes have once again broken ground as Kohl...
D1 Off Ice Player Development Program
07/07/2017
  We have had a wonderful first half of the hockey off...
Oilers Draft Skyler Brind'Amour in 2017-18 NHL Draft
06/25/2017
The Junior Hurricanes are thrilled to congratulate, and announce...
Capital City Crew College Scholarship Award Winner
06/20/2017
The Capital Crew is proud to announce that Patrick Rosa was recently...
Spring/Summer Battle Camps
04/10/2017
Please find the details for our Junior Hurricanes Spring/Summer Battle...
Junior Hurricanes 18U AA Wins National Championship!!!
04/10/2017
    Parents and Players: It is our honor and privilege to...
Junior Hurricanes to Host NHL Youth Cup!!!
04/02/2017
  The Carolina Junior Hurricanes with the help of the Carolina...
Lady Canes Spring/Summer Clinics With Alyssa Gagliardi
02/28/2017
Girls Skills Clinic Weekends    Head Instructor...
 
Former Jr Canes Coach Making His Mark

 

The Junior Hurricanes have once again broken ground as Kohl Schultz has accepted a position as Video Analyst for the Stockton Heat, the Calgary Flames AHL affiliate.

Kohl began his career a mere 5 years ago, as assistant with the Junior Hurricanes Bantam A team. Over the next 3 years, Kohl would coach at the 16U and 14U age groups. Kohl was deeply respected and appreciated by all of his team’s players and parents. Kohl fondly remembers his days coaching the Junior Hurricanes:

"We would always spend late nights on road trips reminiscing about different stories from all different teams we had been a part of and it made me realize that all of RYHA is one giant family."

Following his coaching success with the Junior Hurricanes and graduating from the University of North Carolina, Kohl accepted a positon with Bemiji State, then last year, with The University of Maine.

Kohl attributes his success as follows: 

"At the end of the day though, none of this would have been possible without the friendships, experiences, and most importantly, positive memories of being a part of the Junior Hurricane family. My journey to one day coach hockey at the highest level is by no means over, but I will always remember where it began. Team Managers, Assistant Coaches, Goalie guys (Rich and Steve) and families of RYHA, thank you." 

The Junior Hurricanes would like to wish Kohl success with his future coaching career!


by posted 07/25/2017
D1 Off Ice Player Development Program

 

We have had a wonderful first half of the hockey off ice strength and conditioning program and want to send a reminder that it is not too late to enroll to get back in gear for the upcoming hockey season. 

The goal of this program is to work with these hockey players to reinforce the most effective and efficient movement patterns through weight training and speed, agility, and quickness drills in an environment where the distraction and competition can be controlled to best improve coordination, develop strength, and prevent avoidable injuries. 

The program is composed of 3 training days per week and built upon a progressive curriculum that will continually challenge each athlete individually, regardless of their training experience, to improve athleticism while learning about overall nutrition, wellness, and proper mechanics. 

As a coach I have had the privilege of instructing thousands of training hours with youth athletes. I have developed a true respect and appreciation for hockey players as they have proven to be some of the most committed, driven, and resilient athletes I have worked with. My experience coaching these athletes has allowed me to utilize a training structure that directly targets weakness while building upon their strengths.

As a complement to on-ice training over the summer this program will be an excellent means to develop these athletes in an effort to unlock their full potential. The work they put in over these coming months will in large part determine the success they experience deep into the season.

The remainder of the summer will run on a Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday night schedule from 7:30-8:45pm through the week of August 12th-15th. Every session will meet at D1 Raleigh, 6330 Mount Herman Road, Raleigh NC 27617. 

We will take care of all enrollment costs and any further setup steps during the first session you attend. The attached flyer for the program highlights all the details, costs, times, dates, and contact information for the program.

Please call or text me at 704-771-3076 or email me at   with any questions or concerns that you may have. Also, please pass this along to any other players/teammates that may be interested in further training through the summer.

Graham Tuttle CSCS, NASM-CPT

Strength & Conditioning Specialist l D1 Raleigh

 


by posted 07/07/2017
Oilers Draft Skyler Brind'Amour in 2017-18 NHL Draft

The Junior Hurricanes are thrilled to congratulate, and announce that home grown talent, Skyler Brind"Amour was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in this year's 2017-18 NHL Draft.

 

Skyler played most of his youth career with the Junior Hurricanes from Mite through his 2015-16 15U AAA season.

 

This past season, Skyler player for the Selects Academy at South Kent School in Connecticut. As well, Skyler also played 6 games for the US National Under 17 team, and 2 games for the US National Under 18 team.  

 

The Oilers selected Skyler Brind'Amour 177th overall in the sixth round of the 2017 NHL Draft.

 

His father, Rod, had more than 1,100 career points in 1,484 games as a player with the St. Louis Blues, Philadelphia Flyers and Carolina Hurricanes. Rod captained the Hurricanes to their first Stanley Cup championship in 2006 - against the Oilers.

 

The younger Brind'Amour is committed to Michigan State and will play for the Chilliwack Chiefs in the BCHL next season. He is NHL Central Scouting's 157th-ranked North American skater.

 

The Junior Hurricanes congratulate Skyler on this great acheivement and we wish him much success with his future hockey career!

 


by posted 06/25/2017
Capital City Crew College Scholarship Award Winner

The Capital Crew is proud to announce that Patrick Rosa was recently awarded a Thurgood Marshall College Scholarship through the NHL.

Supported by the Junior Hurricanes for almost a decade, the Capital City Crew has worked with the Boys and Girls Club to help expose kids to the game of hockey.

"I've been with the program for six years now, and I wanna say that was probably like the best decision I've ever made," said Rosa.

For the past three years, Rosa has served as a junior coach, helping kids who were once in his shoes.

 

Here is a link to the ABC News story that aired in recognition of Patrick's accomplishment:

 

http://abc11.com/sports/nc-teens-awarded-scholarship-from-the-nhl/2116622/

 

The Junior Hurricanes congratulate Patrick on his Scholarship!

 


by posted 06/20/2017
Spring/Summer Battle Camps

Please find the details for our Junior Hurricanes Spring/Summer Battle Camps below. Registrations are still open on our Registration page.

Ages 9 - 15

Cost - $150

 

August 4 - 6

Sessions will be at the WF Polar Ice house

 

Wake Forest rink

 

August 4, Friday

arrive early as equipment must be worn for dryland/off ice

630-730pm Dryland/Off Ice

745-900pm ice

 

August 5, Saturday: (need street sticks, street ball this day only)

245-4pm Ice

430-530pm classroom/Video

545-630pm dryland/Off Ice/Bring street stick and ball

645-8pm ice

 

August 6, Sunday

115-230m ice

 

 ***please bring water bottles, snacks, and workout clothing for dryland/off ice

 


by posted 04/10/2017
Junior Hurricanes 18U AA Wins National Championship!!!

 

 

Parents and Players:

It is our honor and privilege to announce that our 18U AA team won Nationals this morning by beating the Delaware Ducks 3-1 in the Championship game.

 

While we have had many teams advance to Nationals, and had several compete in the final game, they represent the first team in our history to win the National Championship.

 

We are proud of their accomplishment, and we thank them for their commitment and success.

 

To follow the Carolina Hurricanes announcement via Twitter, click HERE.

 

To watch the game highlights and see the box score, click HERE.

 

To watch the ABC News Story from April  11th, click HERE.

 

To read the News & Observer article from April 12th , click HERE.

 

18U AA

Thurs - 5:15pm vs Northern Ky Norse - Won 6-3

Fri - 11:00am vs Delaware Ducks - Lost 4-3 in shootout

Sat - 9:15am vs OKC Oil Kings - Won 5-2 Sun - 1:00pm vs Snow King Jr Thunderbirds - Won 5-2 (Semi Finals)

Mon - 9:00am vs Delaware Ducks (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME)!!! - Won 3-1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Junior Hurricanes 18U AA USA Hockey NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!!!

 

Go Canes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


by Steve Henley posted 04/10/2017
Junior Hurricanes to Host NHL Youth Cup!!!

 

The Carolina Junior Hurricanes with the help of the Carolina Hurricanes will be hosting the 2017 NHL Youth Cup Tournament from October 7-9, welcoming more than 400 players (and 24 teams) from across the United States. The fifth annual NHL Youth Cup will be played at the Polar Ice House in Wake Forest.

The NHL Youth Cup gives NHL-sponsored AAA youth hockey clubs an opportunity to compete in this prestigious tournament for all birth years from squirt minor through bantam major. Youth teams representing the Islanders, Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Carolina Hurricanes, New Jersey Devils, Nashville Predators, Buffalo Sabres, Washington Capitals and others will take part. The Junior Hurricanes will host the 2003, 2005 and 2007 birth-year age groups in the 2017-2018 season and then the 2004, 2006, and 2008 birth-year age groups in the 2018-2019 season. The even birth-year age groups will be hosted by the New York Islanders for the upcoming season.

This is a big win for our association and youth hockey in NC and this will be the largest Tier I AAA tournament ever hosted in the affiliate. There could not be a better way to start our 30th anniversary season! Please stay tuned for more details and volunteer opportunities as we prepare to host the tournament in October.

For more information on the NHL Youth Cup, visit their website HERE.

 


by posted 04/02/2017
Lady Canes Spring/Summer Clinics With Alyssa Gagliardi

Girls Skills Clinic Weekends 

 

Head Instructor -   Alyssa Gagliardi

Cost $100

 

May 6-7 – 3 sessions on ice, off ice conditioning 

This clinic will be designed to help 12U-19U aged girls with advanced hockey experience

May 6 - 3:15pm Polar Icehouse WF (on -ice)

May 6 - 7:30pm Polar Icehouse WF (on ice)

May 7 - 10:30am Polar Icehouse WF (onIce)

 

Jun 3-4 – 3 sessions on ice, off ice conditioning

This clinic will be designed to help 11U and under aged girls with little hockey experience

June 3 - 3:15pm Polar Icehouse WF (on -ice)

June 3 - 7:30pm Polar Icehouse WF (on ice)

June 4 - 10:30am Polar Icehouse WF (onIce)

 

 

Aug 19-20 – 3 sessions on ice, off ice conditioning

This clinic will be designed to help 12U-19U aged girls with advanced hockey experience

Times and Location TBD

 

To register for any of these programs please CLICK HERE and then select the specific program.

 

 

 


by posted 02/28/2017

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