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14U

OVERVIEW

The 14U age division is for players that are born in 2004 or 2005.  There are Select teams that play in the PCAHA or MHL and Recreational teams that play in the MHL. The teams compete in the MHL.  Some players may be selected to play on a State B Development Team.  For information on a specific team click the appropriate link below.

Recent 14U (Bantam) News

Power restored in Kirkland

By Sno-King Hockey 12/14/2018, 7:45pm PST

We experienced a power outage in Kirkland Friday evening and practice was cancelled for: 12U C1 (Stillwell)/12U C2 (Guthrie)/14U C (Philip) and 14U A3 (Goodkin)

Power was restored early Saturday morning and Kirkland is operating on schedule.

Mindfulness, Leadership and Mental Skills Training

By Sno-King Staff 12/11/2018, 1:30pm PST

One of the Board’s primary goals for this year is to create a program centered on Mindfulness, Leadership and Mental Skills training for our players. The intent of this training is to provide guidance with the mental aspects of competitive sports and to promote life skills that will help our players to have successful and enriching futures. As the first step, we are undertaking a Pilot Program where we will work with a few selected teams and coaches the remainder of this season to develop and refine the Mindfulness, Leadership and Mental Skills Program. The coaches of the teams participating in the Pilot Program have been notified and it will begin when the teams return from the mid-season break.  

 

To help guide us through the pilot program we will be working with Dr. Jaime Sawchuk, a sport psychology consultant based out of Fairbanks, Alaska. After having been a collegiate soccer player, Sawchuk realized the importance of mental skills training and mindfulness and went on to pursue a Doctorate in Sport and Performance Psychology. Sawchuk has worked with many athletes of all ages in an individual and team setting with hockey being her primary population. She has presented and worked with coaches at USA Hockey Level IV Coaching Clinics across the Pacific District as well as with athletes at the Pacific District Selects Camp, Oregon Development Camp, Alaska Development Camp, and the Western Regional High Performance Camp. 

 

The training will be for all age levels 8U and above on an age-appropriate format. Once the program is fully implemented at the beginning of the 2019/2020 season, the program will involve coaches, parents and players in the development and training process. Until then, look in the newsletter, postings on social media and in the Mindfulness section of the website in the coming weeks to get a taste of what is to come. Also make sure you check out the nutrition and health articles in the newsletter and the Health and Nutrition section of the website as well as postings on social media from Kelley Greninger, a certified Health and Wellness Coach with a concentrated interest in Athletic Nutrition and Family Focus.

Sno-King Staff

 

Night at ShoWare Prize Winners Announced!

By Sno-King Staff 11/27/2018, 1:30pm PST

Thank you so much for all of your support, we set a new record this year with our ticket sales!

Team Winners:

8u Winner – Team 8U Girls (5 Minute Game at Intermission)

10u Winner – Team Lee (Meet and Greet with Thunderbird players)

12u Winner – Team Townsend (Play game on ice prior to game)

14u/16u Winner – Team York (18 person suite)

Individual Winners:

1st Place – Stand with TBird players and have their name announced during starting lineup 

Winner: Markus Koskela

2nd Place – Zamboni Ride During Intermission

Winner: Jack Galgon 

3rd Place – Zamboni Ride During Intermission

Winner: Frances Foy

Parent Prize Drawing:

Date night at The Lakehouse in Bellevue with Cocktails at Civility & Unrest afterwards (Value of $350).

Winner: Liz Gillespie

Congratulations to everyone that won. Team Managers have been notified and will be reaching out to players about the team prizes.

We can’t wait to see you all on Friday night!

Sno-King Staff