New adult hockey try it clinic
If you want to try hockey but do not have the hockey gear this clinic is for you. In this clinic you will be taught the basics of ice hockey by one of our professional hockey coaches UTC Ice will loan all hockey equipment. Aftwerwards you will be able to join our beginner co-ed hockey leagues. If you decide to purchase hockey equipment and sign up for our adult hockey league a 10% discount will be given toward the purchase of your hockey equipment. We are able to finance your hockey gear if nessecary. Space is limited and advance reservation is required to attend the clinic.
Times: Mondays 6:40PM to 7:35PM
Please note: Our schedule is dynamic. Visit our website at www.utcice.com for the most up-to-date schedule.
Advanced reservations are required for this event.
Mike Duffey (858)452-9110 ext. 6
Piranhas Mites are Memorial Day Tournament Champs!
UTCIce Mite Tournament Team brought home its 1st Banner winning the Stars & Strips Memorial Day Tournament. The Piranhas played 6 games to get to the Championship game, then battled for 60 more minutes in game 7 for the title. Nolan Rosik led the Mite Division with 22 points; 16 goals and 6 assists. 2 other Piranhas, Max Silver and Rui Han were also among the top point leaders with 16 point and 15 points respectively. Abigail Shaull played 5 games in net and had a .73 Save % in her first tournament as a net minder.
Congratulations to all the Mites on a fantastic team effort.
Coaches: Tiffany Rosik, Scott Smeltzer, Ray Rosik
Team Manager: Jeremy Simmons
Best of Disney Magic Show
What a show! Great job to our skaters who performed in our annual spring show, Best of Disney Magic! Check out some photos to see our amazing skaters behind the scenes!
ISI Testing and Skate by the Sea
Good luck to all of our skaters who are taking their ISI tests next Thursday, June 26th! Remember that the deadline for our annual Skate by the Sea competition (August 9th -10th) is on July 5th. We are excited to see our UTC skaters out there on the ice!
Come join us at UTC Ice for a cool time during the summer! Starting on June 23rd to August 8th, the Advanced Training Camps begin. The Junior Camp follows on July 14th – August 8th. Check out our “Camps” page for downloadable brochures and information. Please also refer to Public Session schedule regularly now that our summer camps have begun.
SPECIAL NEEDS Hockey
My name is Isaiah Granet and I’m 14 years old. I am a competitive ice hockey player. I love the game of hockey and have been playing since I was 3 years old. I wanted to create a way that all kids, despite their disabilities could enjoy the love of the game that I feel so passionate about.
With my mom’s help, we have created a non profit special needs ice hockey program that meets each Saturday since July 2013. I run and organize the clinic for special needs kids ages 5-12 years old. UTC ice rink generously donates a half hour each Saturday for our clinic. We now have 19 kids that come each week! Adult hockey coaches and my hockey friends come and volunteer their time; they love mentoring the kids.
We were able to get the law firm Paul Hastings, LLP to donate their time and help make us an official 501C3. We are now part of a national organization called ASHA(American Special Hockey Association).
However, in order to get to the program to the next level we need to buy uniforms and equipment for the kids. I have been able to purchase helmets with my own money, but we need more.
Any donation, large or small would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your consideration.
Isaiah N. Granet
619-787-2450(my cell phone)
619-977-3937(my mom’s cell)
email@example.com(my mom’s personal email)
Tax ID: 46-2522536
Piranhas Hockey Organization
Make a difference
SLED HOCKEY IS COMING TO SAN DIEGO!
UTC Ice is proud to sponsor San Diego Sled Hockey whose mission is to provide a USA Hockey and U.S. Paralympic recognized sled hockey program including clinics, recreational and competitive teams, and resources for those interested in pursuing national, international, and Paralympic competition for San Diego based disabled youth and adults.
SDSH’s goal is to give disabled athletes the ability to try sled hockey beginning the first week of September without any upfront costs. This means SDSH must provide sleds, sticks, helmets, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, and shin guards to every athlete who comes out to play, totally approximately $20,000 in equipment. SDSH also needs coaches, volunteers, and to spread the word to the disabled athlete community.
YOU can help SDSH achieve their goal by donating funds, donating equipment, volunteering your time, or by spreading the word! By giving a gift of one sled at $605, one set of sled hockey sticks at $70, one piece of standard hockey equipment, one hour of your time, or by sharing this information with family and friends you can bring the joy of hockey to a physically or mobility impaired neighbor. You can drop off donated equipment at the UTC Ice Ticket Office, donate money in person at the UTC Ice Ticket Office (online coming soon), or find out more information or sign up to coach, volunteer, or participate at SanDiegoSledHockey.blogspot.com.
Thank you for helping us provide hockey to our disabled community! Stay tuned on our progress and come try a sled for yourself!
All the best,
Founder, San Diego Sled Hockey