Welcome to the Skokie Amateur Hockey Association, established in 1983. The Skokie Flyers Hockey Club is committed to the ongoing development and promotion of competitive Tier II youth amateur hockey teams from the U8 to U18 age levels.
The Skokie Flyers travel program invites all Skokie Flyer House mite players (both minor mite and major mite) to join us for our weekly power skating program on Saturdays at 7:00 am on the Skatium main ice.
The most critical skill for any hockey player is skating. The skilled skater gets to the puck first, eludes defenders, and creates extra scoring opportunities. This program will have two sessions, the first, running through November, will employ unique drills used by the United States Development Team. The extra hour of ice the player receives each week, focused solely on the art of skating, will provide long-term benefits that will separate them from the rest of the pack. We will work on edges for quick turns, balance for stability, stride for forward speed, stops and starts, and backwards skating.
For questions about the program, please contact Coach Craig at 847-436-3413 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Congratulations to our 18U team for winning the Rock and Roll Cup tournament in Cleveland Ohio. Our 18U team competed against teams from Cleveland, Akron, Columbus and New York. Go Flyers!
On behalf of the Flyers/Pilots Hockey Club, we would like to thank our 2021-2022 team managers. Team managers are vitally important for a smooth operation of each team, and we sincerely thank all of them for their dedication. Below, please find a list of all our team managers.
|Rhonda H||Michelle M||Bernard W||Jay B||Tony S||Karen M|
|Lara C||Lisa T||Dominick P||John B|
|Damon S||Gennady S|
As a reminder, we ask that all Flyer and Pilot families continue to follow the health mitigation requirements set forth by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Please keep in mind that masks are required while in the Skatium. We ask that all families sit together, with at least 3 feet of distance between other spectators. Additionally, when attending a scheduled game at the Skatium, we ask that spectators enter the rink no earlier than 25 minutes prior to puck drop. For information regarding frequently asked questions regarding our Covid-19 response plan, please click below.
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