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Update Regarding the NYSAHA Requests for Scrimmages and Games
The New York State Amateur Hockey Association has been receiving...
An Update on the 2020-2021 NCHL HOUSE LEAGUE
As COVID-19 continues to alter much of what we considered “normal,”...
An Update From Nassau County Hockey
To say that these times have been difficult is an understatement....
Nassau County Hockey Apparel Stores
Nassau County Hockey will be offering its logo apparel via online...
Update Regarding the NYSAHA Requests for Scrimmages and Games

The New York State Amateur Hockey Association has been receiving inquiries about resuming scrimmages and games, and when that may be allowed by the State of New York. There also is concern about what the New York State Amateur Hockey Association is doing to hasten this process.

The New York State Amateur Hockey Association has been working closely and directly with senior policymakers at NY Forward to have ice hockey games and scrimmages allowed under the Reopening New York guidelines. Those guidelines are found at the forward.NY.gov website, which includes specific guidance for safely resuming amateur sports activities, including ice hockey. NY Forward is the State of New York’s planning task force that focuses on getting New Yorkers back to work, and able to participate in recreation and other activities without triggering renewed spread of the COVID-19 virus or overwhelming local hospital systems.

We have been advised that ice hockey games and scrimmages, likely on a non-contact (no checking) basis, is a high priority item currently under discussion by the senior policymakers at NY Forward, particularly with respect to coordinating the Northeast States into a uniform policy regarding ice hockey travel, scrimmaging and playing games. Based on this, we are hopeful that these activities in some form will be allowed.

We will continue to keep the membership updated.

Yours in Hockey,

Joe Baudo, President
District Director, New York State Amateur Hockey Association, Inc.


by eric peck posted 09/15/2020
An Update on the 2020-2021 NCHL HOUSE LEAGUE

As COVID-19 continues to alter much of what we considered “normal,” its far-reaching impact has disrupted what would be the start of the 2020-2021 Nassau County Hockey League (HOUSE LEAGUE). Under the guidance of both USA Hockey, the New York State Amateur Hockey Association (NYSAHA), and per the rules mandated by New York State, we look to have a 2020-2021 NCHL season this year. The uncertainty is exactly "when" we can start.

As we sit and wait for the direction of Gov. Cuomo's Administration to return to normal athletic activities, ice hockey is still unfortunately classified as a "high-risk" sport and thus we are forced to sit and wait until we can begin normal on-ice activities.

One of the major rules in the new norm of social distancing is capping the capacity of individuals allowed entry into Cantiague Park at any given time. That being said, the administration is looking into ways to get the kids on the ice for evaluation sessions in the hope that we will be able to assign your child to a team and begin the 2020-2021 season.

To gauge interest in this upcoming season, we are asking that you fill out the fields in our Register Online Page (click here or see the "Register Online" tab to the left) so that we can determine interest and make plans to hold on-ice sessions to place your child on a team for the upcoming season. The deadline for registration will be Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020 for anyone interested in playing for the NCHL in the 2020-2021 season.

After sorting through the registrations and determining the number of players and teams for each division (Mite, U10, U12, and U14), we will be in contact regarding a deposit and the submission of Application. We will also be able to assign your child times/dates for an on-ice evaluation for the upcoming season.

We appreciate your patience in this matter as many have approached the Administration of Nassau County Hockey with their desire to register for this upcoming season. Unfortunately, we stand at the mercy of the directives of USA Hockey, NYSAHA and the rules handed down by the State of New York in regards to youth athletics. Our goal is to have a season this year and get your child on the ice in a safe manner, compliant with any directives of the Office of the Governor of the State of New York.

Please feel free to contact Mark LaMarr, Director of Nassau County Hockey at (516) 571-7009 or e-mail with any questions or concerns.


posted 08/28/2020
An Update From Nassau County Hockey

To say that these times have been difficult is an understatement. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and as more of us adopt the “Stay in Place” lifestyle, daily life as we know it has changed. Our new norm has deprived us of some of the simple things we were accustomed to taking for granted, but has left the sport we all love a big question mark as well.

This is generally the time of year for tryouts, as winter sports give way to the outdoor spring season. Some trade in their hockey stick for a lacrosse stick, their skates for soccer cleats, their hockey gloves for a baseball mitt. Going from a travel hockey season to a virtual complete stoppage may be a new feeling to most, but know you are not in it alone. Your Nassau County Hockey family is there with you as well, and will continue to provide support. We will keep you updated and bring you the latest news as we hear it.


Tryout dates
We at Nassau County Hockey have been working behind the scenes, drafting a number of logistical scenarios in terms of tryouts and the beginning of the 2020-2021 season when we are able to resume normal activities. Note that per the New York State Amateur Hockey Association (NYSAHA), all activities have been suspended until further notice as per a recent memo:

Based on New York State Governmental directives, until further notice all USA Hockey and NYSAHA sanctioned events are postponed, including but not limited to the NYSAHA Annual Meeting and Section Meetings, tryouts, clinics, and on-ice and off-ice activities for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 seasons. USA Hockey has authorized its Affiliates, including NYSAHA, to alter tryout dates based on local Governmental directives and other requirements. NYSAHA will notify the membership of when tryouts and other sanctioned events may be scheduled.

It should also be noted that pursuant to USA Hockey Rules, if any tryouts or other sanctioned events take place in violation of the above, the Association will be sanctioned, and violations will result in a hearing to be held before the NYSAHA Board of Directors.

The bottom line … no single travel hockey program on Long Island or in the local region will or should be holding any sort of tryouts or off-ice training, brush-ups, recruiting, etc. until USA Hockey mandates it’s time to resume activities. Know that Nassau County Hockey is ready with a number of scenarios when we are allowed to resume life as normal.


Keeping sharp
As classroom learning has given way to distance learning and virtual classrooms, even though there is no ice available, that’s no reason to abandon hockey-related activities. USA Hockey can be a wonderful resource of dryland training for all age groups. Click here for a number of age-specific activities your child can take part in, both indoors and outdoors, to keep sharp during this temporary downtime.


Coaching aids and training
Some may even want to up the ante and build a specific training course for their child. This can be done both on the cheap with a trip to your local Lowe’s or Home Depot, or by ordering hockey-specific training materials, such as synthetic ice tiles and passing kits.

  • Click here for a great video where a simple hardboard pad from Lowes and some furniture polish can turn your backyard, garage, driveway or basement into a replica ice surface for under $20.
  • Click here for a video on how a quick trip to your local hardware store and some skill with a saw can help build a hockey passer/rebounder.
  • Click here for a video on how to build a more advanced setup via a number of passing aids and tools available for purchase.
  • Click here for a series of videos designed by a coach to get players through this time of quarantine with more at-home training tips, such as passing, improving your slap shot and more.

We will continue to provide updates as news breaks.

Thanks again for your support of Nassau County Hockey and we look forward to seeing you again on the ice in the very near future.


posted 04/13/2020
Nassau County Hockey Apparel Stores

Nassau County Hockey will be offering its logo apparel via online provider Squad Locker. All orders can be submitted online, using one of two Nassau County Hockey logos, the traditional Lion logo or special apparel commemorating the 50th anniversary of Nassau County Hockey. Click either logo below to begin your Squad Locker experience. 

posted 11/28/2017
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