Dear Jets Families,
The Fall Clinic and Tryout registration is now open to register your players. Please register as soon as possible since there are skater caps at most levels for the clinics.
Attached please find a tentative schedule for the 2016 Fall Clinic and Tryouts. A final version will be posted to the website calendar in early August. If you have any questions, please contact Kent Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chicago Jets are proud to announce the acceptance of four teams into the CSDHL for the 2016-17 Hockey Season. They are Squirt Major, Peewee Major 2004, Bantam Minor 2003, and Bantam Major 2002.
The Chicago Jets 2016-17 season will offer the most teams our organization has had accepted into the CSDHL in one year and is a sign of our continued growth and success as a club. Our long term club goal is to offer CSDHL teams at every age level, squirt thru midget allowing players who live in the city and close suburbs to compete at the highest Tier 2 level with their friends in their own backyard. Our growth model allows families to keep balance in their lives while also giving their players opportunity to develop and pursue their dreams of playing hockey beyond high school at both the junior and NCAA level. Both myself and our coaching staff are looking forward to the opportunity for these teams to compete in the CSDHL in 2016-17.
Peewee 1 - NIHL/President's Cup Winners
Congratulations to our PeeWee 1 team on winning the NIHL PW Elite Championship on Sunday. Peewee1 was also awarded the President's Cup Award for their undefeated record of 17-0-3. PW1 will be presented with the Wolves Cup PW Elite banner at a Wolves game on March 13th.
It has been a great season for PW1 and many thanks go out to their coaches and parents for their unending commitment, encouragement, and support throughout the season!
Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois (AHAI), Athletico Physical Therapy, the Chicago Blackhawks, and NorthShore University HealthSystem have come together to create the A Step aHead initiative to combat one of the most common head injuries: concussions. These four groups pledge to educate the Illinois youth hockey community on the importance of concussion management and to be proactive with implementing baseline testing. Through A Step aHead, we will offer free baseline concussion testing, as well as educational programs, to youth hockey players in the AHAI program.
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