Noah King developed his love for skating on the local ponds and outdoor rinks throughout the Monadnock Region. At the age of 11 or 12, Noah became a youth hockey player in Keene, and later skated for Keene High School. Like many New Englanders, hockey remained a passion for Noah into adulthood, and he played in leagues in Boston in the years following high school. While Noah had a love for all sports, hockey was his favorite, and his love for skating never ceased. Whether watching a game, playing in high school, or just skating on the pond, he found great joy, and created great memories, from skating.
Tragically, Noah lost his life much too early, and left behind a loving family and many friends. The Noah King Scholarship was created by Noah’s family and friends, in tribute to Noah, to provide financial support, in the form of a $500 scholarship (awarded annually), for a child who is interested in playing youth hockey in the Keene Youth Hockey organization. The goal is to create an opportunity, which might not otherwise exist, for a child to participate in the Keene programs and, like Noah, develop a lifelong love of the game.
PRACTICES WILL BEGIN ON SEPTEMBER 5th!
This Year's Practice Schedule Will Continue Take Place on Tuesdays & Fridays; Times Are As Follows:
TRAVEL SEASONS BEGIN:
MITE PRESEASON JAMBOREE
GSL PARITY INFORMATION:
Bulldog Design has opened an online store for players that need jerseys and socks for this upcoming season. Please see the link below for the pre-order special site. Orders are due by August 6th to receive the bulk order pricing.
Online ordering for Keene Youth Hockey Uniform Store 2017 ends on Sunday August 6th, 2017 (11:59pm EDT)
If you are a new to KYHC or an existing member that wants to change your jersey number, please confirm that the number is available before ordering. You can do this by emailing your number request to John Parrelli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, KYHC will no longer require players born in even birth years to select even numbers or odd birth years to select odd numbers.
Good day, Cobras!
As many of you know, the Crisp family home had a fire recently which caused the residents to have to relocate temporarily. Although nobody was physically injured, the Crisp family suffered significant loss and is now trying to put their lives back together. Gregg Crisp, owner of 2nd Wind Sports in Keene and a board member for Keene Youth Hockey Club, has contributed so much to our community over the years.
This is a call to action for KYHC to show their support for Gregg and his family. Two major initiatives have begun, with others in the works, to provide some relief to the Crisp’s during this time of need. A GoFundMe page has been established for general fundraising as well as a collection to send their Pee Wee skater and goalie, Brayden Crisp, to Camp Takoda for some summer fun. Please consider making a donation to these programs so that the Crisp family can have some solace during this tragic time.
Thank you Cobra family!
Here are the links to make contributions:
This is for MITES, SQUIRTS, PEE WEES, and BANTAMS only!
(Girls and mites program info will be released soon)
Please click here to register: https://keenehockey.sportngin.com/register/form/189924660
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