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ICEHAWKS KICK OFF THEIR FIRST WEEKEND OF PLAY WITH A SPLIT WEEKEND.

ICEHAWKS, played Motor City, September 16, 17.  IceHawks won Friday, night and lost Saturday night.  Not off to a great start, but after all the turmoil to get this season started, we will take it, and hopefully, we get stronger, and can win more games.

We will be playing the Kalkaska Rhinos this Friday night, September  30th, so come watch our home opener.  Go IceHawks!

ICE HAWKS HIRE DEVELOPMENT COACH ROCCO CAMMARATA

ICEHAWKS LOOK TO RELOAD WITH ADDITION OF ROCCO CAMMARATA

 

Submitted by: Tri City Icehawks

Looking to defend their 2015-16 Midwest Division title the Tri City Icehawks have added Rocco Cammarata as Director of Player Development.  In joining the Icehawks Cammarata will be returning home to Bay City and the Great Lakes Bay region.  Cammarata grew up playing youth hockey in Saginaw, and progressed to a successful Junior A career with the Lakeland Jets and Saginaw Gears of the North American Hockey League.  After an attempt at professional hockey with the Las Vegas Wranglers of the ECHL, Cammarata went to work for I-C-E Hockey Agency which is based in Minneapolis and operated by former NHL player Neil Sheehy. The agency is looking forward to expanding to Michigan in the future.  Rocco opened up an all hockey development training facility while in Las Vegas. He has many of his pro players from the agency come and train along with many youth players throughout the year.  Rocco's numerous contacts through the agency throughout the NHL has allowed him to work with and train with some of the leading power skating and strength and conditioning coaches in the NHL and he uses many of those practices and techniques to teach and train the players he coaches.  Cammarata has been director of youth development for the Las Vegas Storm and also coached the U18 AAA Midget Major Storm as well. From there Rocco moved on to the Las Vegas Wranglers organization where he coached at every level as well as focusing on youth development.  Icehawks owner Colleen Dore stated “that we are excited to add Rocco to our hockey operations staff and look forward to his help in defending our title”.

Tri City Icehawks open tryouts are to be held June 24th-25th at Suburban Ice in Farmington Hills, Michigan.  For information please visit the tri City Icehawks:

TRI CITY ICEHAWKS WIN MIDWEST REGULAR SEASON FOR FIRST TIME IN ITS 8 YEARS OF PLAYING

TRI CITY ICEHAWKS GETTING READY FOR A NEW SEASON!

05/05/2016, 6:30am CDT
By Colleen Dore, General Manager

ICEHAWKS HAVE SCHEDULED A JUNE OPEN CAMP

 

Tri City Icehawks Title Defense Begins June 24th

The Tri City Ice Hawks will look to defend their 2015-16 USPHL Midwest Division Championship starting June 24th and June 25th at Suburban Ice in Farmington Hills.  Tryouts are open to all players with 1996 to 2000 birth years. 

The goal of the Tri City Icehawks is to help each participating player have an opportunity to showcase his respective talents and to help facilitate each participant’s move to the next level. Over the past nine years the Icehawks organization has proven to be tremendously successful helping players get the opportunity to showcase their talents and move to the next level of hockey after Junior hockey.

For details and to register, visit:

http://www.tricityicehawks.com/page/show/522592-tryouts


TRI CITY ICEHAWKS MIDWEST REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS!

TRI CITY ICEHAWKS SECURE MIDWEST'S FIRST SEED IN USPHL'S BOSTON CUP FINALS!!!

The Tri-City ICEHAWKS from Bay City, Michigan, Head coached by George Daniel & Assistant coaches Chase Dore & Eric Albrecht have punched their ticket to Bean Town for the USPHL Finals.  
 
Over the weekend the ICEHAWKS were able to knock off the Marquette Royals in two straight games with a great defensive mind set.  Before the game ICEHAWKS Head Coach George Daniel would tell his team.  "Let's make sure that we continue to do what we have done all year play defense first and if we do we will get our chances to score goals tonight".  On Friday night Tri-City did just that as they would put up 7 goals in three periods of play on Royals starting goalie Josef Dusenka to win 7-1 in game one of the series.  The ICEHAWKS would out shoot the Royals 44-17.  Tri-City forward #96 Benito Posa would get the hat trick in this game with #17 Sam Hanson adding two goals of his own and #2 CJ Bradburn geeting a goal as well.  The Royals lone goal would come from Christian Leeb.
 
With the ICEHAWKS up one game to none in this best of three game series looking to close out the Royals they knew it would not be easy.  The ICEHAWKS would keep in mind what Head Coach George Daniel told them the night before and they would get the same results with a 7-1 victory.  
 
Tri-City would put up 35 shots on starting net minder Josef Dusenka with #13 Lucas Rothe scoring the first goal of this contest a the 10:41 mark of the first period to make it 1-0 #10 Marks Mezsargs would score the second goal to make it 2-0 Tri-City at the 17:40 mark of the first period and it would be 2-0 ICEHAWKS after period number 1.  
 
In the second period the lone goal would come from #17 Sam Hanson to make it 3-0 ICEHAWKS after two periods of play.  The Royals would get 17 total shots on starting goalie Cody Foster in three periods of play only scoring one goal by forward Erich Walter.  Tri-City ICEHAWK forward #13 Lucas Rothe would net his second goal of this contest in the third period and #25 Addison Edwards, #4 Dakota Bohn and forward #17 Sam Hanson would also get his second goal of the evening to close out the game and move the Tri-City ICEHAWKS on to Beantown.
 
The celebration on the ice after the game would be a great site to see by the ICEHAWK fans.  "This team will celebrate for the evening and we will be ready to head to Boston on Monday afternoon for the USPHL Playoffs" owner Colleen Dore said.  Co-Owner Art Dore also comment that  "These young men have worked hard all year long for this moment they deserve this".
 
The Tri-City ICEHAWKS will travel to Boston on Monday afternoon to get ready for game one of the USPHL Playoffs (see schedule and times posted below).  To watch the games on line go to fasthockey.com for live coverage.  Thanks to all of our fans that have supported us through out the season.  GO ICEHAWKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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TRI CITY ICEHAWKS' 1995'S

Following up with our 1995's, and what their plans are for the end of season.

Cody Foster has committed to attend Becker College (Worcester, Massachusetts)

Cody Foster has committed to attend Becker College (Worcester, Massachusetts) to continue his education and hockey career. Cody has had a great season this year with the IceHawks and was instrumental in leading the IceHawks to their Eastern conference Championship win and again led them to the Midwest Regular Season Championship,

2015-2016 TRI CITY ICEHAWKS

2015-2016 TRI CITY ICEHAWKS

IceHawks Soar

When USA Hockey put its 2015 Tier II 18U National Championships in Troy, Michigan, George Daniel saw an opportunity. The head coach of the Tri City Icehawks joined scout Bob Ybarra in making regular visits to the national championships. “We basically set up shop,” Daniel said. And, they set up the Icehawks for a breakthrough season.

Tri-City Icehawks put their hockey dominance on display in Boston showcase

The IceHawks dazzled in Boston, downing the Charlotte Rush 6-0, the Potomac Patriots 4-0, the Islanders Hockey Club 3-1 and the Daytona Racers 5-0.

ICEHAWKS NEWS

TRI CITY ICEHAWKS GETTING READY FOR A NEW SEASON!

05/05/2016, 6:30am CDT
By Colleen Dore, General Manager

ICEHAWKS HAVE SCHEDULED A JUNE OPEN CAMP

 

Tri City Icehawks Title Defense Begins June 24th

The Tri City Ice Hawks will look to defend their 2015-16 USPHL Midwest Division Championship starting June 24th and June 25th at Suburban Ice in Farmington Hills.  Tryouts are open to all players with 1996 to 2000 birth years. 

The goal of the Tri City Icehawks is to help each participating player have an opportunity to showcase his respective talents and to help facilitate each participant’s move to the next level. Over the past nine years the Icehawks organization has proven to be tremendously successful helping players get the opportunity to showcase their talents and move to the next level of hockey after Junior hockey.

For details and to register, visit:

http://www.tricityicehawks.com/page/show/522592-tryouts

Tri-City Icehawks win three games in three days to extend first-place lead

The Bay City-based U.S. Premier Hockey League team took three games in three days of weekend action, bumping its record to a stunning 16-2 in the Midwest Eastern Conference.

Tri-City Icehawks sit in first place heading into Bay County Civic Arena homestand

The IceHawks return home to the Bay County Ice Arena this weekend to face the Michigan Wild.

TRI CITY ICEHAWKS NEWS

IceHawks hire new play by play announcer for upcoming season!

Hi my name is Gryffin Krzysik, and my daddy Ted. Is the new announcer for the Icehawks, we are so excited, see you in September, at all our home games.

IceHawks teaching hockey at local schools

IceHawks are working with local schools to teach kids hockey.  It is a great sport and good exercise for the kids, and they also enjoy the team Mascot who comes along to cheer the kids and players on.

TRI CITY ICEHAWKS HOME RINK BAY COUNTY CIVIC ARENA,

4231 Shrestha Dr, Bay City, MI 48706

Phone: 989-671-1000

Colleen Dore

Colleen Dore

General Manager/Owner

Phone: 989493-1565

GEORGE DANIEL

HEAD COACH

Phone: 989-280-8894

Chase Dore

Assistant Coach Junior team/Head Coach, Bantam AA

Phone: 989-493-1567

Rocco Cammarata

Director of Player Development

Phone: (702) 321-9365

Jeremy Baker

Director of Scouting

Phone: 734-642-8563

Arthur N. Dore

Scout, Detroit Area

Phone: 989-493-1568

Drew Richard

Scout,

Phone: 989-737-9377