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2014 Flyers update

Thank you to everyone for another successful Flyers season. We are looking forward to 2015 as we will have teams at 2006,2005,2004,2002,2001 birth years.

We will also offer a 2000/1999 practices once a week.

More information will be offered here in January.

Thank you


3 total Flyers Tournaments

3 in Spring or 2 in Spring and 1 in August

AAA Flyers 2014

We will have teams at 00,01,02,03,04,05 for the upcoming 2014 spring hockey season.

99/00 will be a practice group and add a tourney if interest

Thank you

2014 Practices

2001- 5:30-7:00pm  Monday's March 24-May 12

2002-7:15-8:45pm  Tuesday's March 25- May 13

2003-5:30-7:00pm  Thursday,s March 27-May 15

2004-5:30-7:00pm  Tuesday's March 25-May 13

2005- 5:30-7:00pm  Wednesday's March 26-May 14

00/99-7:15-8:45pm  Thursday's  March 20-May 15

Teams will be able to add some weekend practices

2014 Flyers Tournaments


Chi-Town April 18-20 Chicago

I-Cup  May 16-18 St. Paul MN

Caribou August 22-24 St. Paul MN




April 25-27 in Green Bay for Cheese Cup all

May 16-18 in FDL for Midwest Showdown 2003/2004

May 2-4 in Tomah Blue Devils Invite  2005

May 29-June 1 in Duluth/Superior for Battle of the Bays all

2015 Coaches

All coaches have played NCAA college hockey

2001-Chris Brooks and Jeff Fox

2002-Monte Conrad

2003- Paul Harbaugh

2004-Mikhail Salienko

2005-TBA (Paul Caufield will run the practices)

2006- TBA

99/00 practice sessions Paul Caufield

2014 Tournaments

Stars and Stripes, MN

Chi-Town Shuffle

Others- Cheese Cup, Blue Devils, among others

We will base our tournaments on the level of play of our players at each age level.

It is not about winning in spring hockey, it is about getting pushed outside your comfort zone and working on getting better. Some programs just tell you all the positives and how great your son/daughter are doing because they want you back to keep getting your money. We practice hard and push the kids that want to get better.

A medal or a letter (AAA,A,B,C) does not make a player. The player must want to compete, that is what we will try and teach them.