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Welcome to the TRIAD’s only girl’s ice hockey program!

We are an all girl’s ice hockey program that provides a safe environment for young ladies to develop hockey skills for competitive play while building team character. These young ladies play out of the Winston-Salem Annex and Greensboro Ice House from September to March.

The team is open to girls ages 4 to 18.  Our U8 team practices locally, plays in local games and cross ice jamborees.  Our U10-12 team practices twice a week, plays in the local recreational league and competes in the regional girl’s hockey series against Charlotte, Raleigh and Greenville teams.  Our U14-18 team practices twice weekly while playing against local recreational teams and local girl’s programs. Registration for the Lady Ice Hawks occurs in early fall each year.

There are many avenues to have your daughter learn this great game whether it is through learn to skate and play programs that take place all year long at the Ice House in Greensboro or in the fall/winter at the Annex in Winston-Salem.  In addition, the sign up for the annual first goal programs sponsored by the Carolina Hurricanes opens on May 1st and includes a free full set of equipment and 6 summer sessions taught by Hurricanes alumni! Please see links below.

This fast paced, exciting game is growing in popularity in our state following the lead of the Carolina Hurricanes in Raleigh and the Carolina Thunderbirds in Winston-Salem. We are looking forward to seeing you on the ice!  Please contact me for further information. 

Sincerely,

Joshua Zavitz                                

U10-12 Girls Ice Hockey Coach

Zavineli007@gmail.com

Please Contact Josh Zavineli for all level questions 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020-2021 Learn To Play - Spring- Full- Waitlist available

Winter 2 Session is Full but look for our Spring Session Registration to be available soon. This session will start  April 5, 2021.  One parent per family is allowed inside for LTP.  All spectators must wear masks at all time in the facility.  Skaters are required to wear masks when getting on the ice.

Spring Session will be From April 5 - May 24, 2021

Summer Session June 14-  August 2, 2021



Phase 3 Update

After the Governor declared Phase 3, the Greensboro Ice House has renewed its policy on spectators in the rink. Starting March 26, 2021 there will be Two (2)  parents per skating family now allowed in the rink for Learn to Play sessions on Monday nights, Mites practices on Wednesdays and Friday nights, and stick and puck sessions.   Two (2) parent will also be allowed in for all mites games.  Parents are allowed to switch out at any time during these events.  You just need to check in at the front desk.  All spectators are required to wear masks in the facility and are asked to practice social distancing as much as possible.  There are multiple hand sanitizing stations around the rink and we encourage you to use them as frequently as you wish.  The locker rooms are also back open to normal operation; however, with the age of our kids and the fact that most of them still need assistance getting ready, we still encourage all participants to enter the rink as close to fully dressed as possible.  Trying to put 15 kids and a parent each in the locker rooms is too many.  We look forward to seeing everyone back at the rink soon!

For information on the Ice House's COVID 19 Policy, please  use the following link.  Greensboro Ice House COVID 19 Policy 

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COACHING

 We have created the registration for anyone that would like to be considered for a coaching position for any of the programs that GYHA has to offer.  We need volunteers to help with the Learn To Play program on Monday nights.  We also need coaches and for the 8U mites hockey team skills session on Wednesday nights.  (Safesport  certification and background check are required)

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