Saturday, September 6th and Saturday, October 11th
Genoveva Chavez Community Center (ice rink) 3221 W. Rodeo Rd, Santa Fe, NM
Contact us at email@example.com.
Hockey develops skills on the ice that build a foundation for a lifetime. In addition to athletic prowess, hockey promotes confidence, pride, focus and responsibility. With an emphasis on fun, hockey is a game to be played and enjoyed for life.
Starting with the bonds created in the locker room to the relationships formed on ice, hockey creates life-long friendships. This camaraderie shared on and off the ice encourages teamwork and the natural development of leadership skills.
From learning to balance school, responsibilities at home, time at the rink and playing with friends, hockey encourages kids to learn time management skills that will later serve them in all facets of life. Hockey’s unique source of physical fitness promotes healthy living.
The thrill of carrying the puck up the ice on a breakaway, the exhilaration of scoring your first goal or making that amazing save is possible due to the encouraging environment hockey provides to try new things and grow as a hockey player and person.
August, 13, 2014: Local goalie Amanda Jarzemba recently won a roster spot to play for the Colorado Selects U19 AAA girls hockey team located in Littleton, CO, a suburb of Denver.
Competition for these 2 roster spots was fierce with 9 goalies attending the tryouts. The Selects U19AAA team plays in the Junior Women’s Hockey League (JWHL) that is comprised of teams from the USA and Canada and travels throughout the North American continent.
This team has a history of placing over 90 percent of its members into D1 and D3 college programs and even has Olympian Lyndsey Fry as an alumnus. Most recently, Amanda had been a goalie for the Santa Fe BlueJackets High School hockey team here in Santa Fe, an assignment that she will greatly miss due to her upcoming relocation to Denver.
Good luck on your new venture Amanda!
It is important for hockey players to stay on the ice in the off season when possible. The GCCC offers opportunties three times a week to stay on the ice and have fun. Be sure and check their schedule each week for the most current information.
Mondays - 6:15-7:15 pm Youth Hockey Skills Clinics (15 years and younger)
Saturdays - 5:30 - 6:30 pm Youth Hockey on Demand Scrimmages (ice is divided by age groups)
Sundays - 9:15-10:15 am Puck & Stick (full gear required - all ages)
If you are interested in supporting our rec and/or travel programs use the links to the right to purchase products - a portion of all items sold goes comes right back to SFHA.
We appreciate your support!