For Immediate Release
Contact: Mary M. Russell, Marketing Coordinator
Culture, Parks, and Recreation Department
Subject: GREELEY ICE HAUS YOUTH HOCKEY SKATES AT EAGLES GAME
The Greeley Ice Haus Mighty Mites youth hockey league skated on October 30th during the first intermission of the Colorado Eagles vs. San Francisco Bulls game. The team had the opportunity to show off their fancy footwork and shooting skills. Youth 4 years of age and older play in the program and learn the fundamentals of the sport.
The Mighty Mites will get more experience playing in front of big crowds at the Ice Haus during a UNC Hockey Game on January 9, a Colorado Avalanche Game at the Pepsi Center on March 27, and another Colorado Eagles Game at the Budweiser Event Center on April 9. They’ll also be participating in a Jamboree on February 15 – an area youth hockey tournament with a skills competition included.
The Greeley Ice Haus has a Hockey Cub program that is for kids age 3 and up. It is designed to develop the necessary skills required to play hockey successfully: skating, stick handling, passing/receiving and shooting. Levels 1-5 represent a technical progression in which one level will provide the building blocks for the mastery of skills needed at the next level. The Hockey Cub program is meant to parallel the youth recreational and travel programs. The Greeley Youth Recreational Hockey League teaches fundamentals, team play, sportsmanship and fun. These teams may be CO-ED. It’s a seven week program with seven practices and seven games.
Registration is going on now at the Ice Haus for the next session.
Interested customers can visit www.greeleyicehaus.com
for more information or call 970.350.9402. The Greeley Ice Haus does rent equipment for those that would like to try out the sport without making the financial commitment up front. The Ice Haus is located in historic Downtown Greeley at 900 8th Avenue.