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When I crafted my last column and noted that I was unable to find youth ice hockey options for my son, Milo, in Spokane, I was hit with welcome responses. I was hoping folks would provide leads, and they did just that.
When the National Hockey League gathered for its annual draft one year ago in Vancouver, British Columbia, Jack Finley was there to take it all in.
Two Spokane Junior Chiefs hockey teams - the 14U-A1 and 16U-A1 boys – have won the State Tier II championships and are headed to nationals April 4-8.
If the world of shin guards, hockey helmets and goalie gloves seems overwhelming to parents but alluring to their 4- to 9-year-olds, the volunteers at this weekend’s Try Hockey for Free Day want to help. The event at Frontier Ice Arena offers a “no-pressure way” for families to check out youth hockey, said Jocelyn Stott, who does marketing for the Coeur d’Alene arena.
Two Spokane American Youth Hockey Association Spokane Jr. Chiefs Tier II teams, the U-12 PeeWees and U-16 Midgets, will play in USA Hockey national tournaments March 30-April 3. The PeeWees will take a 55-7-3 record to the USA Hockey event in San Jose, Calif., after going 5-0 in winning the state championship in their division in the Tri-Cities last weekend.