Nassau County Hockey has announced the tryout dates for its 2024-2025 8U, 10U and 12U travel hockey teams.
All Nassau County Lions 2024-2025 Tryouts will be held at Cantiague Park in Hicksville, NY.
Note that we are looking to field two teams at each level.
The price per player for tryouts is $125, and players are required to attend ALL THREE tryouts. Online pre-registration IS REQUIRED.
8U (2018/2017/2016 Birth Years)
10U (2015/2014 Birth Years)
12U (2013/2012 Birth Years)
Players are required to present a player release if coming from another program.
There will be no walk-up registrations accepted for our Tryouts. Reservations MUST be made ONLINE for these on-ice sessions.
The registration process is as follows:
For more information, call the Nassau County Hockey Office at (516) 571-7009.
The weather was crisp and the greens were smooth as the Nassau County Lions made a return to Hauppauge's Wind Watch Golf & Country Club for the program's 2023 Golf Outing. More than 100 golfers hit the greens for the 7:30am shotgun start and enjoyed a day on one of the Island's finest courses, competing for a good cause with all proceeds benefiting the Nassau County Lions Hockey program.
Golf was followed by a luncheon in the spacious Windwatch Restaurant, as raffle winners were selected and prizes distributed to many in attendance.
Many thanks to the volunteers who donated their time for the day and made the event run smoothly from start to finish. Many thanks as well to the many sponsors for their generous support of the event.
On February 25th, the Nassau County Lions introduced the first ever “Pride of the Lions” Award, an honor given to players who have spent their entire youth hockey career (8u-18u) as a member of the Nassau County Lions.
In addition to this, Miles and John were presented with a citation recognizing their achievement from Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman.
Pictured here are the Hochman family, the Dunn family, Nassau County Director of Hockey Mark LaMarr, Nassau Lions President Scott Gerstner, Administrator Eric C. Peck, bookended by the boys' first coach Rob Hoppe and last coach Ian Clugston.
Nassau County Hockey's Mission and Vision
The Nassau County Hockey Program operates under the auspices of the Nassau County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Museums and exists to serve the interests of the residents of Nassau County. Over the last quarter century, we have built a strong tradition of quality hockey programming. Our staff has brought us to the respected position we now hold in the hockey community. We are proud of that heritage and are committed to achieving even greater success.
Our Mission Is To Become The Best Hockey Program In The Nation
By the best, we mean a rapidly growing organization that provides innovative programming of the highest caliber for the youth of Nassau County. Our goals go far beyond merely developing the athletic ability of our participants. We want to help develop the character and interpersonal skills of each of our boys and girls in such a way that participation in one of the Nassau County Hockey Programs will benefit them long past the time when they hang up their skates. Our aim is to develop first-class citizens for our county, as well as first-class athletes for our hockey teams.
People Are Our Most Important Asset
It is important that we:
Excellence Must Become A Way Of Life
This demands that we:
We believe that if we live and work by these values, we will establish Nassau County as the premier hockey program in the United States of America.