This is a friendly reminder that we still have ad space available in the 2020 Bruins Alumni Game Program which will be distributed at the game on January 25th.
The ad sales are a vital part of the Bruins Alumni Game Fundraiser as they offset the cost of the Game; the printing costs associated with the tickets, programs, and posters; and all of the miscellaneous costs that come along with hosting the game.
The greater the volume of ad sales and sponsorships we are able to secure - the larger the percentage of the ticket sales we will be able to keep in the league for the kids. This was by far our most successful fundraiser last year and we are hoping for another great turnout this year.
There are several different options available for ad sales (Full Page, Half Page, Quarter Page, and Business Card Size) all with varying costs. Ads can be purchased directly through our Bruins Alumni Game Online Store - which can be found on our website.
We are asking for support from parents that may own their own business; or parents who may have employers or friends/relatives that might be interested in contributing. We appreciate any and all support!!!
For more information please contact Dan Robinson directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (978) 255-1162.
Thank you in advance for your continued support and generosity!
The Newburyport Youth Hockey Coaches will be hosting the Boston Bruins Alumni Team for a friendly game on Saturday - January 25th at 4:00pm. This event was a huge success last season and we are hoping for an even greater turnout this year! Proceeds from the event will directly benefit the Newburyport Youth Hockey League and help with costs associated with purchasing ice time, equipment, tournament fees, etc.
Ticket prices have changed his year and will be $10 for children under 14 and $20 for anyone over 14.
Tickets will be available for pick up a few days prior to the event at the Graf Rink - dates are TBD. Tickets can also be picked up at Will Call on the day of the event.
There will be limited tickets available for purchase on the day of the event - so get yours now!
*** We do have advertising and sponsorship opportunities available for this event - please email Dan Robinson directly for more information at email@example.com - if you or your employer is interested in placing an ad in the event program. There are many affordable options!!! The money collected for advertising and sponsorships helps to pay for the costs of the event and given enough support this event can become a huge fundraising opportunity for our league.
Thank you all for your help and support this and every season!!!
The 2020 NYHL Learn to Play Hockey Program Registration is NOW Open!!!
This program is designed to introduce basic hockey skills to girls and boys of all ages in a relaxed and fun environment.
This program will run throughout the winter season locally at the Graf Rink in Newburyport beginning on Sunday, January 5th and finishing on Sunday, February 16th. The program will run each week on Sunday from 11am – 11:50am.
You can register for this program by clicking the following link: http://assn.la/Reg/?r=3:187754 or by visiting our website: www.nyhl.org and clicking the "Register Online" link on the left hand menu bar.
For more information or if you have questions, please contact Dick Tierney @ 978-465-0128 or email Michael Bergeron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LTP Program tuition is $99 for all new players to the NYHL program or $50 per child if presently registered in NYHL Learn to Skate Program. Payment can be made onlie at the time of registration or by cash or check payable to "NYHL".
All outstanding NYHL program balance/s must be fully settled prior to registration.
If you have at least 1 hockey player in the NYHL currently (Mite Instructional through Bantam), you are encouraged to log into your existing account so that you can use the information currently in the system.
Please remember that all players will need the following equipment to participate (minimum requirements):
Hockey Helmet WITH MASK (Required)
Skates and Hockey Stick
Shin Pads, Elbow Pads, and Gloves (Not necessarily hockey gloves at this point but recommended)