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Demo Day - Sat July 14th Wake Forest
by posted 06/20/2018


 

Five Hole Sports will be holding their Player and Goalie Demo Day on July 14th from 10:00am-6:00pm at the Factory in Wake Forest.  There will be a Jr. Hurricanes Exclusive On Ice Demo from 2:15-3:15. 

Please see the attached information flyer for further details.

 

Information Flyer

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Charity for Wounded Warrior Project
by posted 06/19/2018


 

We are passionate about giving back to our nation’s service members – the few who fight to protect the freedom of this great country. Often times many of these inspiring individuals come home with wounds you can and can’t see, like a missing limb, combat stress, or depression. Because they’ve risked everything for us, I’m committed to raising awareness and funds for these wounded service members and their caregivers.

The Jr Hurricanes Peewee AA Hockey team is proud to host "HOCKEY SHOTS FOR SOLDIERS"  whose mission is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors. Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) which has a big, audacious goal: to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history. We are challanging ourselves to help the WWP reach this vision, and we  need your help.

WWP offers 20 holistic programs to wounded service members and their caregivers completely free of charge and 100% of the funds raised through this event go directly to Wounded Warrior Project to help fuel these programs.

Please join our effort and Sponsor the Jr Canes Peewee AA Hockey players as they prep for the upcoming season. For every shot a player takes we ask for "your two cents".  For each puck our players shoot, we ask for $.02 with a cap of a $40.00 donation unless you want to contribute more!.Once the Hockey player tallies up their shots by August 20th, they will advise the sponsor regarding the amount to donate.

I am proud to support Wounded Warrior Project.

Please help me reach my fundraising goal to support wounded warriors and their families. Click on my page to donate directly to Wounded Warrior Project!


Donation Link

 

 

 

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Hockey Night with the Durham Bulls
by posted 06/04/2018


 

On Thursday, August 23rd the Durham Bulls are hosting a ‘Hockey Night’ as they take on the Atlanta Braves Triple-A affiliate, Gwinnett Stripers, at 7:05 pm. That night, they will celebrate the Carolina Hurricanes and Durham Bulls partnership with $1 concessions and special between inning promotions. They would love to have the Jr. Hurricanes join them and take part in some of those between inning activities. If you want to be a part of that celebration or have any further questions please give Jake May a call at (919) 687-6576, so you can discuss in further detail on how to attend as a group.

Below is the link for easy access to purchase seats all together for your family and group.

https://groupmatics.events/event/Juniorhurricanes

 

 


 

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Carolina Hurricanes Summer Camp
by posted 05/22/2018


 


The Carolina Hurricanes host a variety of youth and amateur hockey camps and clinics throughout the year, including their Annual Summer Camps and Elite Camp.

Please click on the link below to view the full compliment of Carolina Hurricanes summer camps:

https://www.nhl.com/hurricanes/fans/youth-and-amateur-hockey/camps-and-clinics


For more information on both youth and adult camps and clinics, contact Shane Willis, Manager of Youth and Amateur Hockey, at shanew@carolinahurricanes.com.

 

 

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Former Jr Hurricane Skyler Brind'amour Wins RBC Cup
by posted 05/22/2018


 

 

The RBC Cup or Royal Bank Cup, is an annual ice hockey competition that determines the Canadian Junior A champion. It is played under the supervision of Hockey Canada and the Canadian Junior Hockey League. Royal Bank of Canada is the title sponsor of both the tournament and the Royal Bank Cup championship trophy.

The current tournament structure is a five-team round-robin followed by a playoff. The participating teams are the four regional champions and the host team.

Fred Page Cup: Eastern Champion
Dudley Hewitt Cup: Central Champion
ANAVET Cup: Western Champion
Doyle Cup: Pacific Champion
 
This year, the RBC tournament was won by the Chilliwack Chiefs of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League. Former Junior Hurricane Skyler Brind'amour tallied 1 goal and 4 assists in the tournament, putting him 4th in points and 2nd in assists for the tournament leaders.
 
The Chiefs won the tournament in dramatic fashion, beating the Wellington Dukes 4-2 by scoring 3 goals in less than an 8 minute span to take the Cup.
 
For more stories on this prestigous tournament, please click here.
 
Congrats to Skyler and the Chiefs on an great season!!
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Jr Hurricanes Girls Shine at USA Hockey District Camp
by posted 05/22/2018


 

 

In April , some of Jr Hurricanes Girls travel to Orlando, FL to tryout for the USA Girls Hockey Multi District Camp.

 

The weekend involved several days of gruelling skills evaluations and scrimmages. We are proud to announce

that the following Jr Hurricanes Girls were selected:

 

Madison Beatty - Kent State 14U Multi District Camp Selection

Hannah Weiss - Kent State U11-U13 Camp Selection

Anna Gleason - Kent State U11-U13 Camp Selection

Kasey Saudo - Kent State U11-13 Camp Selection

 

​Congratulations to all four girls for thier success and to those who were not selected, but represented the

​Jr Hurricanes well and made for tough selections.


Way to go Jr hurricanes Girls!!!!!
 

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Junior Canes Shine at the 2018 National Camp Tryouts
by posted 05/16/2018


 

 

Junior Canes Shine at the 2018 National Camp Tryouts

May 11-13

 

The best players from the South East District of USA Hockey arrived in Charlotte to compete for a spot at the USA Hockey National Camp to be held in Williamsville, NY in late June.

 

On this Mother's Day weekend, the Junior Hurricanes were well represented with current and former players from the 2001, 2002 and the 2003 birth years.

 

Competing at the 2001 age group were: forwards Devin Phillips, Alex Straughn and Garrett Auriene, on defense was Price Alphin, Chris Throndson, Nick Young and goaltender David Blue.

 

Competing at the 2002 age group were: forwards Ethan Chipping, Brett Repage, Ryan Gasparek and defensemen: Dylan Blue, Michael Hutchings, Cole Berko and Ethan Roberts in net.

 

Competing at the 2003 age group were forwards: Aiden Lindley, Bryan Myles Douglas, Carson Scott, John Oliver, Nicholas Royster, Aiden Lindley, Griffin Hatley, on defense Cody Melanson, Tyler Boudreau, Bobby May, Mitch Simmonds and goalie Tade Carmen.

 

The 3 day evaluation process started with a round robin format. The 4 teams from each birth year played 3 games each.

 

After game three the evaluators reduced the 4 teams into 2 new teams to faceoff in a final game where the individual players where identified and offered an invitation to participate in the 2018 USA Hockey National Camp.

 

Each birth year had a set maximum number of players to send to National Camp: 2001: 1 Goalie, 6 Forwards, 3 Defensemen 

2002: 1 Goaile, 6 Forwards, 4 Defensemen

2003: 1 Goalie, 8 Forwards, 5 Defensemen

 

The following players were chosen to go move onto 'Nattys':

 

2001

D- Christopher Throndson

D- Nick Young

 

2003

D- Mitch Simmonds

 

We want to congratulate all those players that made it to Camp, the Sunday game, and best of luck to those invited to the USA National Camp. 

 

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June Battle Camp Registration
by posted 05/08/2018


June Battle Camp - June 8-10  - Mike Young Instructor

Wake Forest

June 8, Friday

arrive early as equipment must be worn for dryland/off ice

530-6pm Dryland/Off Ice

615-730pm ice

 

 

June 9, Saturday: (need street sticks, street ball this day only)

315-430pm Ice

445-530pm Off ice/stickhandling

530-6pm Classroom/bring snacks

630-745pm ice

 

June 10, Sunday

330-445pm ice

 

***please bring water bottles, snacks, and workout clothing for dryland/off ice

 

Registration Link

 

August Battle Camp - August 3-5 - Location/Times TBD - Mike Young Instructor

 

More Info (including registration) for the August Battle Camp will be provided as we get closer to the event.

 

 

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2018-19 Financial Aid Forms
by posted 04/12/2018


 

The 2018-19 Financial Aid Procedure and Application has been updated on our website.  The forms can be found in the Documents and Forms folder under the Home Tab.  Please note the Key Dates below.

 

AAA deadline May 6, 2018  (applications after 5.6.18 will be considered if funds remain after 6.30.18) 

AA/A deadline Jun 30, 2018  

Girls deadline Jun 30, 2018

 

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12U Wins NHL Youth Cup in a Shootout vs. Columbus
by posted 10/09/2017


 

Congratulations to the 12U AAA PeeWee Major team for winning the NHL Youth Cup in an exciting overtime shootout win over the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-3 at PNC Arena. The Canes won a rematch vs. the Blue Jackets after dropping the opening game to them 2-0. They then went on to beat Nashville 7-1, won 6-1 over the Islanders and a 4-0 must win over the Penguins to secure a spot in the final.

The Blue Jackets jumped to an early lead and scored with just 10 seconds into the opening period. Coach Steve Rice said “going down by a goal that quickly into the game could have been devastating, but the boys kept their composure and battled back. They also killed several crucial penalties and overcame adversity throughout the game.”

Kaden Wolitski won the tournament MVP finishing with 7 goals and one assist.

Congratulations again to all of the players and coaches!

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