March 27th @ 6p
March 28th @ 7:15p
March 27th @ 7:15p
March 28th @ 6p
April 9th, 10th & 12th @ 6p
April 12th @ 7:15p
April 18th @ 6p
April 16th @ 6p
April 18th @ 7:15p
April 16th @ 7:15p
April 18th @ 8:30 p
**All tryouts are being held at Albany County Hockey Facility
**Players are expected to attend all sessions for their age division. If you know you will be unable to make any of the sessions please let a member of the tryout committee know immediately.
Applications are being accepted for coaching positions for the 2018-2019 season. All applications must be submitted to Walt Peretti by December 31, 2017.
Coach and player registration can be accessed at this link. Please see registration instructions for further details.
LTS begins October 20th, 2017 (Friday) at 5:30pm at Frear Park.
LTP 1 begins October 30th, 2017 (Monday) at 5:30pm at Frear Park.
LTP 2 begins November 2nd, 2017 (Thursday) at ACHF at 5:50pm.
Please see our 8u flyer which contains information regarding our beginner programs. We are currently accepting registrations for Learn to Skate, Learn to Play, and Advanced Cross Ice Mites.
For more information please contact Walt Peretti, Director of Player Development, at TAHAadmcoordinator@gmail.com
The 2017-18 season is underway and there is lots of enthusiasm surrounding our 19U, 14U and 12U Ice Cats teams. Our 12U team has a full roster and we have welcomed many new faces to the team. They are a young team but the skill level is good and team chemistry is great. These players are the future of the Ice Cats and they are providing a sound foundation for our program for years to come.
Our 14U and 19U teams also have new players and we are looking for productive seasons from both teams. Having a successful season depends on more than just the players. Our coaches put in long hours to develop the players and make sure that everything runs smoothly. Our head coaches, Bill Kennedy, Tom Hudy and Jennifer Speck are doing great jobs with their teams.
And finally, I know all the parents will provide positive support for their daughters as the season progresses. Enjoy watching them play. They are playing for their team, their teammates and especially for you. It should be a fun winter!
Director - Troy Albany Ice Cats Girls Hockey Program