The Jr. Coyotes were represented with many strong teams in the recent Polar Ice Thanksgiving tournament. While many reached deep into the final rounds, the 2003 (Potvin/Nash) team and 2004 (Ihling) team both secured the victory for the Jr. Coyotes. Coach Potvin exclaimed “the team played with a shortened bench in all five games during the weekend , and not only competed hard but, showed they have a well balanced team scoring.”. The young coyotes scored twenty nine goals (led by David Hymovitch) and only allowed two goals against.
Meanwhile, Coach Chris Ihling’ s 2004 Red team came away winners at the Squirt division. Coach relayed “We had offensive contributions from all three lines and our defense did a great job at forcing bad angle shots. Our Goalies made the big stops when we needed them and overall it was a great team effort!”
2003 Black Team
2004 Red Team
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TIER STATE CHAMPIONS
League standings, statistics, rosters and league updates are posted daily and are available online via Pointstreak, the Ice Den’s fully automated scorekeeping system.
Pointstreak is a new, fully automated scorekeeping and stats system that has been recently purchased by the Ice Den. It eliminates the old paper scoresheets as scorekeepers use the Pointstreak touchscreen to track the games. In addition, the system generates pre-printed scoresheets based on the official league rosters approved by the league staff. It also serves as the on-line membership tool. CAHL members simply click on their divisional link and instantly enjoy access to team and divisional schedules, standings, team records, scoring leaders and more.
JR COYOTES TRAVEL COUNCIL
The Jr. Coyotes Travel Council is chaired by Vince Burke and consists of one voting member from each Jr. Coyotes team. The purpose of the Travel Council is to manage all the business affairs of the CAHA travel program and ensure consistency throughout. The council meets monthly and encourages active participation through various sub-committee groups. If you would like to participate, please contact Vince Burke.
ICE DEN – HOME OF THE JR COYOTES
The home facility for the She Wolves is the state-of-the-art Ice Den, located in north Scottsdale. More than just an ice rink, the Ice Den was proclaimed by USA Today as a ‘Top 10’ rink the nation and Arizona Republic claimed it as the “Best Place in the Valley for Hockey”.