build a web site | fundraising | community | collect fees online | blogz
Ice Jets Girls Ice Hockey Clubs
Ice Jets Girls Ice Hockey Clubs  
 
 
My Site News My Site News
Events Events
Home Home
Schedules Schedules
Record Record
Practices Practices
Locations Locations
Roster Roster
Stats Stats
Albums Albums
Handouts Handouts
Links Links
Sponsors Sponsors
Guestbook Guestbook
Message Boards Message Boards
Player Tips Player Tips
Team Rules Team Rules
History for Girls History for Girls
Trivia Trivia
Safety Safety
Gear & Apparel Gear & Apparel
Support Our Team Support Our Team

Admin

Get Directions to Ice Jets Girls Hockey ClubFlower Mound Local Weather
Ice Jets Girls Hockey Club
Albert de la Guardia
972-489-9793
4721 Largo Dr
Flower Mound, Texas
75028
 
  Welcome  
 

WELCOME TO THE HOME OF THE ICE JETS GIRLS HOCKEY ASSOCIATION


We are a member of the Ice Jets Association as well as USA Hockey.   In 2004-05 our girls program was formed.   17 girls signed up and through hard work, great coaching, and supportive parents the team was able to win the Rocky Mountain District Championship and later advanced to the Elite 8 in the USA Hockey National Tournament.   We want to continue the journey in 2005-06 by offering any girl with the heart and desire the opportunity to come join us.  


 


Saturday, June 18
"A Face-Off With Time" Dallas Morning News article on Coach Stan (click here)


12U Team to play in Addison 3 on 3 League This Summer

Addison Square Garden (Corner of Midway and Beltline) has a rink called "The Deuce" that is about one third the size of a regulation rink.  Our 12U team (The Panthers) will be playing in a 15 game 3 on 3 league this summer.

3 on 3 Hockey
- Each team puts three skaters on the ice plus a goalie. 
- Games are played in two halves - 22 minute running clocks. 
- Penalty shots are awarded to a skater who is fouled. 
- The offender goes to the box for two minutes but the team still skates 3 on 3 for the two minutes.  

This is a great format for developing forwards and goalies.  Forwards constantly have to be moving because they will be either fore-checking, back-checking, or cycling in the offensive zone.  Goalies will see a lot of shots because there are no defenseman.   Check out the Panthers website for more information:  http://eteamz.active.com/PanthersGirlsHockey/


image_name3


14U to play in Polar Ice Summer Travel League

The Ice Jets 14U team will be participating in the newly formed DPSC Metroplex Summer Travel League.  The roster is as follows:

31  Bush
26  Chanthanivong
30  Federspiel
12  Kazyaka
25  Rohe
18  Steen
29  Taylor
23  Wilcoxon
19  Williams
27  Biard
14  de la Guardia
35  Davis
33  Lunsford
21  Sullivan
28  Walker

The schedule is posted on this website.   Come see the team and their hot summer jerseys!


Red Light

If You Build It, They will Come!

Last year a group of concerned parents met at BlueLine Ice Complex to discuss the future of girls hockey in the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex. From that meetings, these parents saw that a program that emphasized skill development over everything else was the best way to meet everyone's needs and goals. The Ice Jets stepped up and offered such a program. No promises of # of wins or Championships were made. Success would be measured by player improvement. The guarantee from the Ice Jets was, "Give us ONE year. If your daughter sticks with the program and works hard you will see DRASTIC improvement in your daughter's hockey skills. You will have talented and confident girls." 17 girls formed the inaugural team. All improved. All gained confidence. We even made a little history along the way! Here's the exciting news: We have 39 signed contracts for Year 2!!! (229% increase!) We also will field three teams: 12U, 14U, and a High School team.  Thanks to our buckle practice system, each girl - no matter their age or skill level- will benefit by being coached by all three of our very talented professional coaches.  There is still room for more girls in our program.  Contact Rob Wilcoxon (rob@thewilcoxongroup.com) for any information. 

"Give us ONE year...."


Shooting Jet Pic

Coaches Named for 2005-06 Season

The Ice Jets have announced coaches for the 2005-06 12U, 14U, and High School teams.  

David Horn - 12U Coach

David Horn has been deeply connected to the hockey community for quite sometime and holds an impressive resume.

*  He played his Junior hockey in British Columbia, Canada in the BCJHL.
*  From the junior ranks David went on to play college hockey at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.
* After his playing career he went on to coach youth hockey and then later moved on to be an assistant coach at the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher Women's program

* In 2003/04 David was the Head coach for the Midget Minor AAA Storm who were Tier 1 Rocky Mountain Finalists.
* In 2004/05 David coached the Alliance Bantam AAA team and led them to the Tier 1 National Championships.

Stan Tugolukov - 14U

Ask any player from the Elite 8 12U team (or their parent's) and they will tell you that "Stan is The Man!"   

 
Playing Experience
 
* Played in Russian Super League for 11 Years 
 * USSR National Junior Hockey Team 
 * MVP of Junior Hockey Tournament in Canada 
 * Teammate of Sergei Zubov on Maskva CSKA 1988 - 1991
 * Personal trainer of Alexei Yashin of the New York Islanders

Education Background 
 * Ural State Academy of Physical Education, Chelyabinsk, Russia. 
 * Bachelor Degree in Physical Education 
 * Master’s Degree: Ice Hockey 
 * Graduate Research: “Effectiveness of Different Physical Tactics used by Center Forwards.”
 * Currently taking business courses at University of Texas at Arlington

Coaching Experience
  * Colleyville Heritage Head Coach 
  * Ice Jet Bantam A 
  * Ice Jets 12U Girls 
  * Instructor for Turcotte Stick Handling School 
  *Chelyabinsk Region Ice Hockey Federation, Executive Director Junior Ice Hockey Development. 
 
Oleg Tsirkounov

Coach Oleg Tsirkounov is a native of the country of Ukraine and grew up playing under a system that glorifies skill development. Coach Oleg played at the 1994 and 1996 World Junior Championships where he was scouted by the New York Islanders who later invited him to their training camp. Oleg played major junior hockey in the OHL with the Owen Sound Platters and later went on to play 4 years professionally. Oleg came on staff with the Ice Jets in the fall of 2002 after tutoring under the Turcotte Stickhandling Schools for 3 years. This has made Oleg an excellent stickhandling instructor which is key in the Ice Jets system of puck control hockey

As you can see, the girls of the Ice Jets are in great hands!   These three coaches will be working with ALL of the girls in our buckle practice system. 



Christina Rohe featured in The Dallas Morning News (click here for article)


An Open Letter to All DFW Female Hockey Players

Shooting Jet Pic

Zamboni








Help find missing children



2004-05 Tournament Results

   
Ice Jets Girls Ice Hockey Clubs
Ice Jets Girls Ice Hockey Clubs
View Our Guestbook | Sign Our Guestbook
10 visitors have signed our guestbook.

 
 
 
  Web Sites Instruction Community
  Local Sites
Spotlight Sites
Build a Web Site
Tips and Drills
Sport Tip Email
Customer Support
News & Updates
Bulletin Boards
Camps & Clinics
Tournaments
Coaches' Corner


   
"Adversity cause some men to break; others to break records." - William A. Ward
   
Copyright © 2014, eteamz.com, Inc
User Agreement