The 18U age division is for players that are born prior to December 31, 2001. Some players that are born in 2001 through 2003 may be eligible to play on these teams. There is one Select team and two Recreational teams that also compete in the MHL. For information on a specific team click the appropriate link below.
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Lana Ozik has created a fundraiser to help Sno-King raise money for the Snoqualmie Ice Arena.
Lana will host a two-day family mini-session event and donating all proceeds to Sno-King Raise the Rink Campaign.
For more information go to: http://www.lanaskyphotography.com/raise-the-rink/
You and 23 friends will watch the Seattle Sounders take on Olimpia during the Concacaf Champions League match on Thursday, February 27th in Virginia Mason's private suite at CenturyLink Field.
This well-appointed suite features cutting-edge technology, luxurious furnishings, amenities, and first-class service. An attendant will be available in your suite at CenturyLink Field to assist you with any game day needs. Each game includes 6 parking passes.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a group to enjoy themselves as they watch the MLS champions begin action in 2020. We are accepting bids through 9PM PST Tuesday night, February 25, 2020 after which the bidding process will be closed. The winning bid will be notified Wednesday, February 26, 2020 by noon PST. Payment needs to be received by 5 PM February 26, 2020 or the next highest bidder will become the winning bid.
As construction of the Snoqualmie Ice Arena comes along, our goal to increase ice space for youth and adults on the Eastside and build more players for life is also making progress! But what does this progress look like? Take a look behind the scenes by clicking here to view recent photos.
The work you can see wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of our Raise the Rink donors along the way. Your contributions so far have helped build this framework for the Snoqualmie Ice Arena, and we thank you for that.
In the coming weeks, we will build out the arena lobby structures and player locker rooms and install preliminary pipes and refrigeration systems to keep our ice cool and ready to use at all times. With each step of the process, our excitement to bring hockey to even more youth and adults on the Eastside continues to grow.
With continued community support, we will be able to complete the rest of the arena and sustain a community asset for years to come and introduce future generations to the benefits of ice sports and hockey.
If you would like to make a donation to help us keep constructing the Snoqualmie Ice Arena, you can support Sno-King’s efforts to Raise the Rink here.