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2019 Spring Hockey

KEEP HOCKEY GOING AFTER THE REGULAR SEASON ENDS!

UPDATE: Practice Weekends & Coaches Announced

2019 Spring Hockey Practice Weekends

  • March 23-24 (Sat/Sun) - 2007
  • March 29-31 (Fri/Sat/Sun) - 2004/2005, 2006, 2008, 2009
  • April 6-7 (Sat/Sun) - 2007, 2008, 2009
  • April 13-14 (Sat/Sun) - 2004/2005, 2006, 2009
  • April 19-20 (Fri/Sat) - 2006, 2007, 2008
  • May 11-12 (Sat/Sun) - 2004/2005

COACHES:

  • 04' Mike Wall
  • 05' Chris Santiago
  • 06' Nick Redding
  • 07' Gary Redding
  • 08' Kurtis Redding
  • 09' Freddie Beaubien

WHAT:

Coeur d'Alene Hockey Academy is offering a Spring Hockey programs again this April and May! Teams are made up of players from Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Alaska, as well as the southern interior of British Columbia and Alberta. Players get an opportunity to be on a team and compete against skaters from all over the Northwest within their same birth year, and represent CdAA  in Canada for multiple high-caliber tournaments all over BC. Join us in this fantastic extension to the hockey season!

Team fee covers the following:

  • 12 hours of practice ice (at least 3 weekends)
  • Off-Ice training in our state-of-the-art new facility
  • Minimum of 2 Tournaments   
  • Team Jersey and Socks
  • Team T-Shirt
  • Professional Coaching

WHO:

We are currently recruiting '04, '05, '06, '07, '08, and '09 birth year skaters for our 2019 teams. Teams will be filled at a 20 player max per birth year. Cost for the spring season is $899.

For questions and further inquiry, please contact our directing staff:
Mike Schroeder, GM/ Athletic Director
(208) 559-5096
mikeschroeder@cdahockeyacademy.com

Gary Redding, Boys Varsity Head Coach
(509) 979-2739
garyredding@cdahockeyacademy.com

Kali Queen, Administrative Assistant / Billet Coordinator
(208) 625-7287
info@cdahockeyacademy.com

Online Registration Available Now!


2018 Spring Season Highlights

Congratulations to our 2005 Spring Team!

Our Spring team of 05's brought home the championship trophy from the 2018 Kelowna Heat Tournament from Kelowna, BC.! They were the first ever US team to win the Twin River Cup.  Congrats kids and parents!