I just wanted to say hi and introduce myself a little bit. My namn is Linda Peterson and I will be the team manager this season.
My son is Eric Petersson and we are very excited that the season is about to start. Hopefully we will get to meet on Friday, if not, I am sure we will have plenty of time to get to know each other throughout the season.
A few heads up!
I will get back to you further on regarding some duties that we all have to help out with throughout the season. During our home games we need parents helping out with running the clock and playing some music (very easy tasks).
You will find my contact information below, and please text, call, e-mail or talk to me at the rink you have any questions I might me able to assist you with.
Mobile number: 336 478 7204
E-mail address: email@example.com
See y'all on Friday!
Triad Hockey Alliance is looking for several great people who love hockey and want to help grow hockey in the Triad. We are now taking applications for the following positions. If you would like to help in a way not listed here please see our volunteer page and register there. To register for one or both of these positions please click below. You do not have to be a member to apply.
Executive Director Applications are due by noon on February 22, 2019
Hockey Coach Application deadline to be determined.
he Triad Storm 12U White team swept the Commonwealth Games this weekend with a 9-1 win over Roanoke, a 6-1 win over Lynchburg, and a nail-biter championship game against Lynchburg that went into overtime and a shootout. Jack P. won the game as the 3rd round final shooter and the final score was 6-5. Game 1 was a fairly easy win. Our goalies each played half the game and only allowed 1 goal. The game featured 9 goals by Storm players with lots of passing and team play. Game 2 was a bit tighter, but with the same result. Dorian played the entire game in goal and came out with a 5-1 win.
The Championship game was back and forth for the first 2 periods. Midway through the 3rd the score was 5-2 storm and looked as though the win was just minutes away. Lynchburg fought hard and scored 3 goals in the final 10 minutes to tie the game - the final goal coming with just 1:30 left in the game...... forcing OT. After an exciting and fast paced 4 on 4 OT with several chances at each end, the game went to a shootout. After 5 shooters it was tied 1 to 1. Jack skated in and scored the final shot to win the championship for the storm.
These were this 12U White's first games and what a way to kick off the season!