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Princeton Youth Hockey Association

Welcome to Princeton Youth Hockey Association's home on the web.  On this website you will be able to get news, highlights, schedules, game results and more.

We are proud members of USA Hockey and the New Jersey Youth Hockey League.  We are a Tier II travel hockey program (AA, A and B) that fields teams from Mite (U8) through Midget (U18).  We also offer a learn to play hockey program called Tiger Cubs that is designed for players between the ages of 4 and 7.

We are a non-profit, volunteer based organization that is priviledged to call historic Baker Rink at Princeton University our home rink.

Check back often for the latest information about our Organization. 

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Congratulations Midget 16A - Second Place Finish NJYHL Central
02/09/2016
Congratulations to the Midget 16A team on their 2nd place finish...
Congratulations Bantam A - First Place Finish in NJYHL Central
02/09/2016
Congratulations to the Bantam A team on their 1st place finish in...
Congratulations PWA - Second Place Finish in NJYHL Central
02/09/2016
Congratulations to the PWA team on their 2nd place finish in...
Congratulations PWB Black - First Place Finish in NJYHL Central
02/09/2016
Congratulations to the PWB Black team on their 1st place finish in...
Congratulations 16AA - Second Place NJYHL Championships
02/08/2016
The 16AA team participated in the best of three game series...
Princeton University Summer Ice Hockey Camp
02/04/2016
It is never too early to plan for summer.  Princeton University...
High School Hockey Success
11/11/2015
  Princeton Youth Hockey Association is proud of our members...
 
Congratulations Midget 16A - Second Place Finish NJYHL Central

Congratulations to the Midget 16A team on their 2nd place finish in the NJYHL Central Division with a 19-1-2 record.  They advance to NJYHL playoffs on March 4-6.  Great work team!


by posted 02/09/2016
Congratulations Bantam A - First Place Finish in NJYHL Central

Congratulations to the Bantam A team on their 1st place finish in the NJYHL Central Division with a 24-0-0 undefeated record.  They advance to NJYHL playoffs on March 4th-6th.  Great work team!


by posted 02/09/2016
Congratulations PWA - Second Place Finish in NJYHL Central

Congratulations to the PWA team on their 2nd place finish in the NJYHL Central Division with a 14-2-2 record.  They advance to NJYHL playoffs on February 19-21.  Great work team!


by posted 02/09/2016
Congratulations PWB Black - First Place Finish in NJYHL Central

Congratulations to the PWB Black team on their 1st place finish in the NJYHL Central Division with a 19-0-3 record.  They advance to NJYHL playoffs on February 19-21.  Great work team!

 


by posted 02/09/2016
Congratulations 16AA - Second Place NJYHL Championships

The 16AA team participated in the best of three game series to determine the New Jersey representative at USA Hockey Nationals.  Despite their best efforts, they lost the final tie-breaking game.  Congratulations on a great season.  We are proud of you!


by posted 02/08/2016
Princeton University Summer Ice Hockey Camp

It is never too early to plan for summer.  Princeton University offers three different ice hockey camp options - Register today by clicking on the related links below.

Boys Ice Hockey (for players entering grades 8-PG) July 15th -17th

Girls Ice Hockey (for players entering grades 6-8) - July 23rd - 26th

Youth Ice Hockey (co-ed - ages 7-13) July 18th - 22nd


by posted 02/04/2016
High School Hockey Success

 

Princeton Youth Hockey Association is proud of our members and wish them well in their High School Hockey Season.  

Good luck to all!

 

Freehold Township High School   Hillsborough High School   Hopewell Valley High School
Nicholas Bianca 2019   Nicholas Palmer 2017   Michael Cowhey 2016
      Michael Ricciardi 2017   Chandler Habig 2018
      Frankie Bason 2018      
      Michael Jandoli 2019      
      Matthew Palmer 2019      
The Hun School   Montgomery High School   Pennington School
Thomas Brake 2017   Brian Liu 2016   Liam Keenan 2017
Griffin Ferrara 2017   Dante Aralihalli 2017   Logan Harris 2019
Liam Fitzgerald 2017   Robert Ducay 2017      
Nicholas Aubry 2018   Jackson Devine 2017      
Wei Wu 2018   Tyler Gallagher 2017      
Paul Argiriou 2019   Paul Tedeschi 2017      
Keith Goldberg 2019   Alexander Advani 2018      
      Matthew Farley 2018      
      Michael Hrudowsky 2018      
               
Princeton Day School   Princeton High School   Robbinsville High School
Nicholas Day 2017   Brendon McCormick 2017   Shawn Camisa 2017
Peter Shannon 2017   Sawyer Peck 2017      
Coby Auslander 2018   Max Garlock 2018      
Ryan Lisk 2018   Justin Joyce 2018      
      Luke O'Shea 2018      
      Collin Beatty 2019      
      Danny Mulligan 2019      
      Joe O'Donnell 2019      
St. Joseph Metuchen High School   South Brunswick High School      
Connor Leahy 2017   Eric Ciparis 2016      
Rey Rodriguez 2017   Kevin McCoy 2016      
Jake Senkewicz 2017   Guarav Singh-Varma 2016      
Nolan Banfitch 2018   Joseph Caputo 2017      
      Vincent Zhang 2017      
      Alick Verney 2019      

by posted 11/11/2015
2016-2017 COACHING APPLICATIONS

Applications are now being accepted for coaching positions for next season.

Applications are due by March 1st.

Submit yours today using this link!

Denna Laing

Click on the image above to donate.  

Denna Laing, the 24 year old Boston Pride professional women's hockey player is hospitalized with severe spinal damage since crashing into the boards during an exhibition game on December 31st before the NHL Winter Classic. She was a captain on the Princeton University Women’s team and graduated in 2014.  

Keep Baker Rink Clean
Please remember we are guests at historic Baker Rink. PYHA is privileged to call it our home.   Please remind your children and families to clean up after themselves in the locker rooms and common areas so we can continue to call it our home for years to come.
Useful Links

USA HOCKEY

Pro Skate NJ

New Jersey Youth Hockey League

AAHA

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