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3/1/2018 - League

Great Neck Bruins Peewee
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2/24/2018 - Exhibition

Hawks Bantam NTB 14U
Dix Hills Selects Bantam
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2/21/2018 - League

Greater NY Stars Bantam
Hawks Bantam NTB 14U
5
2

2/18/2018 - Exhibition

Richmond Thunder 14 U
Hawks Bantam Blk 14U
9
6

2/17/2018 - Exhibition

Hawks Bantam 14U
PAL Jr Islanders 14U
2
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2/16/2018 - League

LI Edge 16U
Hawks 16U
6
0

2/11/2018 - League

GNY Stars Bantam
Hawks Bantam Blk
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1

2/11/2018 - League

NYC Skyliners Bantam
Hawks Bantam
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News & Events

Referee Certification Classes

Author: Lisa Wild/Wednesday, July 25, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, News, Community

Referee Certification Class Registration Opens August 1st 

Anyone 14 or older interested in becoming a ref or taking the annual seminar must register through USA Hockey under the Referee Tab. 

Dix Hills will host classes in August, but you must sign up through the USA Hockey website.  

These classes fill fast so make sure you sign up early.



May 22nd and May 23rd Uniform Fittings for All Teams

Author: Lisa Wild/Sunday, May 20, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, Community

This week on May 22nd and May 23rd, we will be sizings and ordering for Hawks Uniforms.

The uniforms are the same as last year, so if you are a returning player then you keep your uniforms and number. 

The bags will be CCM this year. There will also be a custom CCM glove available for purchase.

All sizings will take place in the Rebels Room near the Old rink at Dix Hills.

 

All orders must be paid in full at time of order. All orders must be paid by CHECK or CASH only.

 

All checks are to be made out to Dix Hills Hawks.

Players should bring shoulder pads/chest protectors, shin guards, and hockey pants for proper fitting.

 

The schedule is as follows:

 

Tuesday May 22nd

6:00pm - Squirt

7:00pm - Peewee

8:00pm - Bantams

 

Wednesday May 23rd

6:00pm - Bantams/Midget

7:00pm - Midget

8:00pm - All

 

If needed you can come to any time listed. It is spread to try and alleviate any crowding and waiting. 

 

Any questions please let me know. 

 

Required Uniforms consist of Home and Away Jerseys, Shell, Home and Away Socks, Warm Up Jacket, and Helmet Decals. 

 

Below is a listing of available items to order:

Home Jerseys - $105

Away Jerseys - $105

Home Socks - $16

Away Socks $16

Shell - $50

CCM Gloves - $105 Jr, $125 Sr.

CCM Bag - $85 SR, $95 Goalie

CCM Travel Bag - $59

Skate soakers - $30

Accessory Bag - $30

Warm Up Jacket - $70

Warm Up Pants - $55

Car Magnet - $10

Helmet Decals - $10

 

Thank you,

Frank Dell'Isola

Head Coach LI Rebels Midget U18 AAA/AA 

Equipment/Merchandise & Uniform Coordinator

LI Rebels

Lady Islanders

Dix Hills Hawks

 

 

Message from Suffolk County Leg. Susan Berland-Diaper Drive

Author: Lisa Wild/Saturday, May 19, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, News, Community

Dear Friends,

I invite you to participate in a Diaper Drive sponsored by my office along with Baby Blessings at Helping Hand Rescue Mission. We will be collecting diapers, wipes, formula and other baby items now until July 11, 2018. Donations can be dropped off at my office located at 1842 E. Jericho Turnpike, Suite P – Huntington, NY 11743. See the below flyer for more details.

 All the best,

 Susan

 

The Peconic Hockey Foundation Scholarship Application Now Available

Author: Lisa Wild/Saturday, May 12, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, News, Community

Applications are now available for the 2018 Bouchard Family Scholarship through the Peconic Hockey Foundation.

The Peconic Hockey Foundation and the Bouchard Family are committed to increasing the opportunity for athletes to participate in youth ice hockey. The scholarship program has been designed to help ease the financial obligations of playing ice hockey. This year over $14,000 in Scholarship Funds will be awarded to Peconic Hockey Foundation/USA Hockey members.  The award recipients can use this scholarship to help pay for tuition, equipment, training camps and any other hockey related expenses.

Apply now, deadline is July 15th.

For more information and to apply, please go to https://www.peconichockey.org/scholarship 


Former Dix Hills Hawks Player GoFundMe Page

Author: Lisa Wild/Wednesday, May 9, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, Peewee, Bantam, Midget 16, News, Community, Midget 18

We learned that a former Dix Hills Hawks player, Kevin Guichard, was in a serious accident while away at college on May 2nd. Please consider helping him and his family. Link is provided below.

https://www.gofundme.com/hp7cvc-medical-expenses-for-kevin



 

Hawks Pee Wee Team Victorious at Shamrock Showdown Tournament

Author: Lisa Wild/Tuesday, March 13, 2018/Categories: Uncategorized, Peewee

Fresh from winning the LIAHL Championship on March 3rd, 2018, the Dix Hills Hawks Pee Wee team participated in the Shamrock Showdown Tournament this past March 10th and 11th hosted by Protec Ponds located in Somerset, New Jersey.  

Over the course of the weekend, the Hawks won all 4 of their games. These victories were difficult as the Hawks always battled back from behind. In the semi finals, after being tied 3 goals a piece at the end of regulation play, the Hawks fought the Protec Ducks White team to a draw during the 5 minute, 3 on 3 overtime period sending them to a sudden death shootout. The Hawks scored the 1st goal and the Ducks missed their opportunity, resulting in a Hawks win and securing their advancement to the finals.

The finals were no less thrilling, as the Hawks faced the Union Thunder. Again, down 1-0 in the first period, the Hawks battled back in the second period scoring a goal to tie the game. Late in the third period, the Hawks scored an additional goal giving them the lead 2-1. With less than 2 minutes to go, Union Thunder pulled their goalie but the Hawks defensive play was strong and they were able to clear the puck to the neutral zone, which ensured the Hawks victory.

With this tournament victory, the Dix Hills Hawks Pee Wee team closed the books on their very successful 2017-2018 season. The Hawks organization wishes the best of luck to all these Hawks as they continue to move forward with their hockey aspirations.

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