Sibley Area Youth Hockey is an affiliate of Minnesota Hockey representing the communities of ISD 197 (West Saint Paul, Mendota Heights, Mendota, Lilydale, Sunfish Lake, Northern Inver Grove Heights and Northern Eagan)
MN Hockey is hosting a Goaltending Skills Session led by Steve Carroll on April 21st at Cottage Grove Arena.
Below is the link for additional information and to register.
Henry Sibley High School Hockey is offering a summer program for Pee Wee - High School levels. Attached is the flyer with details and registration form.
Participate in Map Hockey's Map Futures or Top Gun Hockey Skills Programs this Summer and save! Sibley Area Hockey Players can use the discount code SIBLEY and save 10% off of training. In addition 5% off your discounted fee will come back to Sibley Area Youth Hockey Association!
For Information on Map Futures for Mites/U8 and Squirt/U10 run by Sibley's own Sean Foley click HERE
For Information on Top Gun Hockey Skills for Peewees/U12 and Bantams run by former Gopher Mike Carman click HERE
We are excited to announce the formation of the SG3 Foundation!
The SG3 Foundation was established to honor the life of Sam Gottfredsen whose passion for hockey permeated his life both as a player and a youth hockey coach. The Foundation is his family and friends’ effort to advance Sam’s legacy by enriching the lives of youth and junior hockey players through scholarship, engagement and support.
Sam played all of his youth hockey career in the Sibley association and continued as a coach for the Pee Wee teams in his adult years. Sam was taken from us in a tragic car accident this past May and the SG3 will continue to keep Sam's love for hockey active in our Sibley community.
To support the SG3 Foundation please use the GoFund Me link below:
John V. Hoene - West St. Paul Arena is located at 60 West Emerson in West St. Paul. The arena is a classic rink erected in 1971 for the historic Sibley Area youth hockey association Warriors Boy's and Girl's hockey teams. The rink itself is really squeezed within the walls of the building with no room to walk from the players benches/scorekeepers box. Additionally, the net-ends of the rink meet brick walls for either end of the structure so there is no walking room to circle around the ice sheet. The wall and clock that hang above the entrance wall of the rink have seen more shots than retired NHL goaltenders with the puck marks to prove it!
The arena itself is named after John V. Hoene (1914-2001) whom devoted his adult life to youth hockey; spearheading the effort in the early 1970's to get an ice arena built in the city. Being an old-time hockey player/coach himself in both Duluth and West St. Paul until age 72, he was a lifelong promotor of youth hockey and other sports. An incorporator of the youth hockey association of West St. Paul in 1965, Hoene won the West St. Paul 1970 "Man of the Year" award in recognition of his efforts for young people. John was the original inductee in the West St. Paul Hockey Hall of Fame, and he provided the foundation for the West St. Paul arena to exist.
The 1971 erected arena underwent renovation in 1997, that added the front lobby, concessions, bathrooms, offices and locker-rooms that were not part of the original structure.
In 2015 new refrigeration equipment and coils were added to ensure many more years of use!
Source - www.vintagemnhockey.com
Please check out all our generous sponsors!
Trevor was our top seller for the Holiday Wreath fundraiser! Trevor and his family were able to take in a Wild game through the ticket donation of our very own Ted Kronschnabel! Thanks to Trevor and Ted for helping to make our wreath fundraiser a huge success!
Trevor & Lexi Aldrich at the Wild game
Congratulations to Chase Foley who grew up playing for the Sibley Area Youth Hockey Association on his decision to further his education and hockey career at Colorado College!
Great Job Chase!
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