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YOUTH SPORTS ALLIANCE OPPORTUNITY DRAWING TICKETS
08/18/2017
As you may be aware, the Park City Ice Miners receive a significant...
TRY HOCKEY FOR FREE - TUESDAY AUGUST 29
08/14/2017
Help grow the love of hockey by passing this information on...
UTAH YOUTH HOCKEY LEAGUE DIVISION 2 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
08/02/2017
The Park City Ice Miners registration for all Utah Youth Hockey League...
USA HOCKEY REMOVES USAGE OF TRADITIONAL AGE CLASSIFICATION NAMES
07/29/2017
Based on a rule change by USA Hockey in 2016, age classifications...
2017-2018 SEASON NEW LOGO AND UNIFORM ANNOUNCEMENT
06/23/2017
We are very excited to announce and share with players and parents...
2017 SUMMER ICE SCHEDULE
06/13/2017
Summer Ice Schedule: Group A:  BIRTH YEARS 2006-2010 Group...
ICE MINERS NEW 16U TRAVEL COACH
06/10/2017
The Park City Ice Miners are proud to announce the addition to their...
2017-2018 SEASON PROGRAM CHARTER
05/15/2017
The program charter for the 2017-2018 season is now posted on...
 
YOUTH SPORTS ALLIANCE OPPORTUNITY DRAWING TICKETS

As you may be aware, the Park City Ice Miners receive a significant amount of funds from YSA each year. The primary fundraiser is the JANS Winter Welcome. The event raises funds through the JWW Event (Oct 28), silent auctions and a live auction at the event and the sale of the opportunity drawing tickets. We receive a percentage of the funds the entire event raises.  Our organization also receives 100% of the funds raised through the sale of the opportunity drawing tickets. We ask that each player sell 2 tickets. We are also offering a $75 Total Hockey Gift card for every player that sells 4 tickets. (if your player sells 8+ tickets, they get a gift card for every 4 tickets sold).  The tickets can be purchased online or hard copy tickets can be obtained through your team manager. We are also going to provide opportunities for players to sell tickets at certain Park City Locations, for example, the Park Silly Market on Sundays.  A sign-up genius will be set up for players to take advantage of these opportunities.

To purchase opportunity drawing tickets, please go to www.ywsa.org and scroll down to “purchase opportunity drawing tickets” and follow the instructions on the link. If you have specific questions, you can email Scott Slomiak at .


by posted 08/18/2017
TRY HOCKEY FOR FREE - TUESDAY AUGUST 29

Help grow the love of hockey by passing this information on and giving kids a chance to try hockey for free!  The Park City Ice Arena is offering a "Try Hockey for Free" opportunity on Tuesday, August 29th from 5:15 to 6:15 pm.  This event is designed to provide kids, between the ages of 4 to 12, a completely free experience to try youth hockey.  This program is free but you must register in advance.  

Most kids start playing another sport because they can just pick up a ball (soccer, football, etc.) and start playing with it.  The exposure to hockey is different because not only does it require a stick and a puck, it requires skates and ice.  Many kids never start playing hockey because they are never exposed to an ice rink and skating.  Here is their chance...but, we need your help. Please pass this info on to other parents and friends in your neighborhood with kids.  We are hoping to get a great turnout!   Future Ice Miners Hockey players are out there and we just need to get them exposed to this great sport!


by posted 08/14/2017
UTAH YOUTH HOCKEY LEAGUE DIVISION 2 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

The Park City Ice Miners registration for all Utah Youth Hockey League Division 2 teams (beginner to intermediate players) is now open.  

To sign up go to www.pciceminers.org>>then click on REGISTER ONLINE on the left-hand side of the page>>then click REGISTER for the correct age level.  The UYHL Division 2 player fees for the 2017-2018 season are as follows:  6U is $325; 8U is $450; 10U is $550; 12U is $675; 14U is $750.  

All players will receive one practice jersey and one pair of hockey socks which are included in the season’s fees.  With the new uniforms this year, a UYHL Division 2 player has a choice of purchasing a red game jersey with their player’s name and number for $60 (youth sizes) / $75 (adult sizes) or leasing a red game jersey (with no last name and random back number) for a $30 annual fee.  6U and 8U players who do not plan on playing in any jamborees do not need to purchase a game jersey. 

The September practice ice schedule will be posted on-line by Monday, August 7th.  Go to www.pciceminers.org under the MASTER SCHEDULE bar. 

For more information on all the programs please visit our website to see the updated PCIM 2017-2018 Season Program Charter and the Utah Amateur Hockey Association’s Approved Sanctioned Teams under the DOCUMENTS bar. In addition, if you are new to hockey, please visit our NEW TO ICE MINERS HOCKEY tab on our website to learn more.  


by posted 08/02/2017
USA HOCKEY REMOVES USAGE OF TRADITIONAL AGE CLASSIFICATION NAMES

Based on a rule change by USA Hockey in 2016, age classifications will no longer have name labels like ‘midget’ or ‘bantam’ in the USAH rulebook.  Instead, all age categories for youth hockey are to be referred to only by age number – 12U, 14U, 16U, etc.

Within the legislative proposals addressed at USA Hockey’s Annual Congress, ‘Legal Council #3 Amended’ is the document in which the name changes take place; the proposal was approved by the board of directors.  The ‘intention of proposal’ states: “To remove references to age classifications using Mite, Squirt, Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget, and instead refer to them using age categories.”

USA Hockey’s Legal Council and Disabled Section submitted the original proposal.  The proposal states that the ‘housekeeping changes’ of removing the names would take place in these areas:

  • References to age classifications would list ages only
  • ADM chart would list classifications by age only
  • Split Season Dormant Program would remove references to “midget”
  • Under age coach examples would refer to age categories only
  • Junior relocation section seeking information on “midget” teams would refer to 18U
  • References to “Midget Hockey” would refer to “Youth Hockey”

You can see the approved proposal here.  How age categories will now be referred to:

Youth

Seventeen (17) and Eighteen (18) – 18U (was Midget)

Fifteen (15) and Sixteen (16) – 16U (was Midget)

Fifteen (15) Tier I only – 15U (was Midget)

Thirteen (13) and Fourteen (14) – 14U (was Bantam)

Eleven (11) and Twelve (12) – 12U (was Pee Wee)

Nine (9) and Ten (10) – 10U (was Squirt)

Eight (8) and Seven (7) – 8U (was Mite)

Six (6) and Under – 6U (was Mini Mite)

 

Girls

Seventeen (17) through Nineteen (19) – 19U

Fifteen (15) and Sixteen (16) – 16U

Thirteen (13) and Fourteen (14) – 14U

Eleven (11) and Twelve (12) – 12U

Nine (9) and Ten (10) – 10U

Eight (8) and Seven (7) – 8U (Mite)

Six (6) and Under – 6U (Mini Mite)

 

Park City Ice Miners will start to use these new age classifications and remove any references to the old age classifications in our documents as we move forward.  


by posted 07/29/2017
2017-2018 SEASON NEW LOGO AND UNIFORM ANNOUNCEMENT

We are very excited to announce and share with players and parents our new logo and uniforms for the upcoming 2017-2018 season.  We were given the opportunity to work with an NHL creative team who provided us with both the new logo design and a relationship with Warrior, our new uniform provider.

Moving forward with the new logo and uniforms, we will require all URL Division 1, Travel and Tier players to get a new set of game jerseys.  The cost will be $75 per adult-sized game jersey for a total of $150 and $60 per youth-sized game jersey for a total of $120.  This is an exceptional cost for the quality of jerseys we will be receiving.  This cost will be added to your player fees and does include the matching socks.  URL D2 player will have the option to purchase a red game jersey with their name and number or lease a jersey for the season (no name and random number) for a $30 season fee.

We realize that this negatively affects the members who have uniforms that still fit.  We apologize for the related inconvenience, but there will never be a time when at least some portion of our members would not be affected.  We hope our members can understand this and join us in our excitement of moving forward on this initiative.

Once again, we are excited to make this announcement and look forward to a great 2017-2018 season!


by posted 06/23/2017
2017 SUMMER ICE SCHEDULE

Summer Ice Schedule:

Group A:  BIRTH YEARS 2006-2010
Group B: BIRTH YEARS 2001-2005


Each group will have 9 skills and drill sessions, 5 drop-ins, 6 power skating sessions and 4 Treadmill skating sessions. This is a total of 24 sessions.  

Group A (birth years 2006-2010)

Tuesdays Skill and Drill sessions:

June 13 5:15-6:15pm, June 20, July 11, 18, 25, Aug 1, 8, 15 22 at 4:00pm-5:00pm

Wednesday Power Skating sessions:

June 14, 28, July 12, 26, Aug 9, 23 6:30-7:15pm

Thursdays Drop-in Scrimmage:

June 22, July 13, 27, Aug 10, 24 5:00pm-6:15pm

Treadmill sessions to be individually scheduled by online system.

 

Group B (birth years 2001-2005)

Tuesdays Skill and Drill sessions:
June 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25, Aug 1, 8, 15 22 at 5:15pm-6:15pm

Wednesday Power Skating sessions:
June 21, July 5, 19, Aug 2, 16, 30 6:30-7:15pm

Thursdays Drop-in Scrimmage:
June 15, July 6, 20, Aug 3, 17 5:00pm-6:15pm

Treadmill sessions to be individually scheduled by online system. 


by posted 06/13/2017
ICE MINERS NEW 16U TRAVEL COACH

The Park City Ice Miners are proud to announce the addition to their 2017-2018 Coaching Staff.  Ben Wilner will be the new 16U Travel coach.  Ben Wilner was born in Chicago, Illinois and began his hockey career at age four when he joined the Skokie Flyers organization.  Hockey has been his lifelong passion as he progressed through all levels of youth hockey, from Mini-Mites through Bantam Travel.  During high school, he represented Utah at the Rocky Mountain District Development Camp and was a Utah High School All-Star as a defenseman his junior year and as a forward his senior year.  He played ACHA Division 2 hockey, first at Utah State and then at the University of Utah, where he was the alternate captain for two seasons.  After college, Ben had a brief go at pro hockey.  He attended training camps with the Bloomington Prairie Thunder in the IHL; the Dyer, Indiana Blizzard of the AAHL and the Madison Ice Muskies of the AAHL.  He played 2 preseason games with the Ice Muskies and dressed for one game with the Las Vegas Wranglers of the ECHL. 

Ben has coached hockey since 2006 and has attained his USA Hockey Level 5 certification.  He was the Assistant Coach for Brighton High School when they won the Utah High School Hockey State Championship; has coached Bantam Travel for several seasons; and has assisted at Rocky Mountain District ADM clinics, and several local and national hockey camps.  Ben is a NASM-certified personal trainer and was also certified as a USA Hockey referee by the Wasatch Ice Hockey Officials Association.  Ben worked for 16 seasons with the Utah Grizzlies organization in the IHL, AHL and the ECHL and has traveled to Europe twice to train and work out with several members of the Slovakian Olympic and National teams.  He has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Utah in Sports Marketing and currently is a trainer with Clearlink.  Barely a day goes by that he isn’t on the ice or training for hockey.  He is very excited to join the Park City Ice Miner’s organization.


by posted 06/10/2017
2017-2018 SEASON PROGRAM CHARTER

The program charter for the 2017-2018 season is now posted on the website.  To find the charter go to DOCUMENTS>>ASSOCIATION DOCUMENTS>> and click on Program Charter 2017-2018 Season.  


by posted 05/15/2017

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