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Sno-King is proud to announce the signing of Bill Audycki and Connor Audycki to coach the 2015-16 Sno-King 17u A1 team. 

Expectations are high for this team given a strong coaching staff and a solid nucleus of players returning from last year’s 16u A1 team being bolstered by returning 1999 players and a group of 2000’s fresh off a Bronze medal at the USA Hockey Tier 2 National Championships.

The team will participate in the Vancouver B.C. Pacific Coast league and they will also compete in the PNAHA State 18u Tier 2 Tournament with a goal of representing our State at the USA Hockey Tier 2 National Championship tournament in Amherst, NY. 

The initial team selection sessions are set for the weekend of May 30th.  

 

Click here to register for the Selection camp.

17u A1 Coaching Staff

Bill Audycki

Coach Audycki has spent decades coaching in the Seattle area and leading many teams to regional and national tournaments. Coach Audycki did a great job coaching our 16U Tier 2 team in 2013-14 and prepared many of those players to make the jump to junior hockey. He is known as a strong developer of players such that they have a full understanding of the game and develop great habits day to day. As a player Bill spent time in the Junior A BCHL and at Clarkson University prior to his pro career.  During his pro career he attended the New York rangers training camp.

Connor Audycki

Connor grew up within the Sno-King organization and was the 2005-06 recipient of the John McDonald award which is given to a Sno-King Bantam player who best represents and displays the high ideals of leadership, sportsmanship, and love of the game. Connor played junior hockey for the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs and went on to play four years at Southern New Hampshire University, winning the Division 2 National Championship as a senior. Connor is looking forward to continuing building skill development, he ran skill sessions for Sno-King in 2014-2015.