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10U

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The 10U age division is for players that are born in 2009 or 2010.  Games are played in a half-ice format and there is one game per week on the weekend. This format provides an excellent opportunity for age-appropriate skill development and is part of USA Hockey's ADM principles that our program is modeled after. There are Select teams and Recreational teams in this age group. The teams compete in the MHL.  For information on a specific team click the appropriate link below.

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Recent 10U News

Sno-King: Exciting News About Girls Hockey

By Sno-King Staff 03/24/2020, 7:45am PDT

We hope you and your family are staying healthy as we all work through this current difficult situation.  We are continuing to plan for next season and are very excited to announce that Sno-King will be expanding its all-girls program for the 2020-2021 season to include both a 12U and a 14U team. 

This will give Sno-King girls born in 2006 or later the option to play for all-girls teams while positioning Sno-King one large step closer to reaching our goal of having a complete all-girls program to serve the Eastside area. In the 2020/2021 season will have teams at the 8U, 10U, 12U, and 14U levels.

We are excited to be part of growing hockey opportunities for girls in our region and look forward to working with other associations to help grow the game.  Look for more details to follow this week on specifics for each of the new teams. 

The Sno-King Staff

March 21, 2020

 

Dear USA Hockey Pacific District Members,

 

At this time, the USA Hockey Pacific District Board of Directors in cancelling all 2020 District Player Development Camps, and Multi-District Player Development Camps given the strong recommendation by USA Hockey Leadership.

 

Under this direction, the USA Hockey Pacific District Board of Directors is cancelling the following events effective immediately;

  • 2020 Pacific District Boys Player Development Camp (May 7-10, Las Vegas, NV)
  • 2020 Girls Multi-District Player Development Camp (June 6-10, Colorado Springs, CO)
  • 2020 Western Regional Select 14 High Performance Camp (June 14-19, Colorado Springs, CO)

 

Our Board understands the importance of these camps to our young players and appreciate their hard work and commitment this season. This is not our desired result, but player safety, and uncertainty of this pandemic led to this decision. Further, the decision comes after hours of discussions with administrators around the United States inclusive of the USA Hockey Youth Council, USA Hockey Girls/Women’s Section, and USA Hockey Player Development Committee.

 

The USA Hockey Pacific District has directed full refunds to registered participants through Rocky Mountain Register (RMR), our USA Hockey Player Development Program. Further, I would encourage those families taking advantage of the Red Rock Hotel Friends & Family Rate to cancel in a timely manner.

 

Again, the Board apologizes for these unforeseen circumstances and looks forward to continuing our programs in 2021. If you have further questions or feedback, I would be happy to discuss further at your convenience.

Respectfully

 

Kris Knauss

Chairman, USA Hockey Pacific Director

Member, USA Hockey Youth Council

Member, USA Hockey Player Development Committee

E-mail:  Knauss@confluence-strategies.com

 

Sno-King - Sad News to Share

By Sno-King Staff 03/21/2020, 5:00pm PDT

Hello – We have some sad news to share. Please read a very heartfelt email below from Bill Stillwell, our 12U “C” coordinator, that he sent out to 12u families regarding Mike Guthrie, a Sno-King 12U coach. Our prayers are with the Guthrie family and friends. Please respect the family’s privacy but consider helping out as requested in the highlighted section below. 

Hockey Families,

As some of you were aware, on March 8th, Coach Mike Guthrie had a severe stroke/brain bleed while at home. Shelley Guthrie immediately called 911, and got Mike to Overlake Hospital, where he has remained in critical condition since that day. Unfortunately, Mike is not going to recover, and I wanted to share with all of you the very tragic news that Mike will soon pass away.

Please take care in delivering this message to your children. The loss of a mentor like a coach can be very impactful at this age, and Coach Mike was a big part of their hockey life.

For those that didn’t know him, Mike was one of the best coaches at Sno-King. He was a great friend and mentor to the kids both on and off the ice. I’ve known him for a number of years now, and no one worked harder to build our program with me than he did. I think that was most evident with the success we had with the development program, as the two of us could spend hours debating and checking assumptions on what to do. He was such a calm and steady influence for the program, and his impact can’t be overstated. For me personally, Mike was everything good about Sno-King hockey, and a rudder through rough seas. I relied on Mike more than I think even he knew, and our program’s success is due to the large amount of work Mike put into it.

There will not be a funeral for Mike, but we’d like to plan to play a game in his honor once the current health crisis is resolved. Also, please consider supporting the family with a gift card for a local stores/restaurants or other options that can help Shelley, Mike’s mom Barbara, and his children Andrew and Mackenzie through this difficult time. Their address is 15624 278th Ave NE, Duvall WA 98019.

Local and online options in Duvall area to consider:

  • Duvall Tavern
  • Italia (italiaprimo.com)
  • Red Pepper Pizza
  • C.C.’s ice cream
  • Ixtapa
  • Zazynia Mediterranean Grill
  • Family Grocer Duvall
  • Tokyo Teriyaki (Redmond Ridge)
  • QFC
  • Costco
  • Starbucks
  • spoonfullofcomfort.com
  • Amazon

Please consider helping the family through this tough time, and please remember him fondly. As a member of our hockey family, Mike put his entire heart and soul into building a great hockey program, and he impacted many of us in such a positive way. He will be missed.

Sincerely,

Bill