RAYHA is now accepting nominations for the Roseville Area Youth Hockey Association Hall of Fame.
Eight years ago, RAYHA opened the doors to their Hall of Fame with the induction of the “First Four” members: Don Black, Jack Brodt, Dick Czaia, and John Savre. That group was followed by Five other classes of Hall of Famers. While we can never give them recognition that would equal what they have given us, acknowledgement of all our Hall of Famers accomplishments was long overdue. If you were present for any of the previous Ice Breaker’s you know what a special event this is.
Nominations are now being accepted from the public (through Sunday, January 20th) for the class of 2019.
RAYHA Hall of Famers are people who embody the RAYHA spirit, give freely of their resources and constantly promote youth hockey. Inductees have maintained a high standard of sportsmanship, integrity and fun. Most importantly, RAYHA Hall of Fame members place a priority on helping kids grow as players and as people. Anyone associated with RAYHA is eligible for the RAYHA Hall of Fame. Nominees can be a former coach, manager, player, booster, board member, sponsor, etc. (excluding current board members).
Hall of Fame Induction will occur at the Ice Breaker on February 2, 2019. Upon notification of the new enshrines, the class of 2019 will be announced on the RAYHA website.
A plaque listing all of the Hall of Famers currently stands watch in front of the Hall of Fame Room at the Roseville Arena.
The RAYHA Board, along with the members of the Hall of Fame will consider all nominations, and vote by secret ballot at the board meeting on Monday, January 21. To gain entry, nominees must be named on 70% of the ballots submitted.
To be considered nominations must be received by Sunday, January 20, 2019.
All nominations can be sent to Jeanna Hinderer, email@example.com Please include the nominees name (including contact information if you have it) and an explanation why you feel this person belongs in the RAYHA Hall of Fame.
Peewee B2 team: 6-3 win for 3rd place at the Woodchipper Classic! Another FUN Fargo weekend!
The A Squirt team at the Sitek's house.
Bantams - 1st place in Rochester!
The Peewee B1 team did well in Fargo too! They took 2nd place - way to go boys!
Peewee C took 2nd place in Duluth - fantastic!!
What did your team do last weekend?
Send a photo and a sentence or two to the Webmaster at: rayha.communication@gmail to share.
7 best holiday ice skating rinks in the Twin Cities
Looking to hit the rink? These spots are worth the chill of winter.
By Aimee Jordan Star Tribune DECEMBER 13, 2018 — 10:40PM
Add a little cocoa and some twinkly lights, and the frigid fun of outdoor ice skating stirs up feelings of warm, winter nostalgia. At locations throughout the Twin Cities, this winter tradition is beloved by generations of hardy Minnesotans eager to embrace the cold. From an enchanting candlelit lake with panoramic views of snow-laden trees to an LED-lit ice loop that pipes in classic holiday music, here are our picks for the most festive and whimsical outdoor skating spots in the metro area.
RAYHA concessions has many DIBS hours up for this week to be claimed. It would be a great time to get some of your hours done before the holidays.
Here is the link to dibs to sign up.
All proceeds go back to RAYHA.
Thank you so much in advance.
Single Game Tickets On Sale Now
Don't miss your chance to see the Whitecaps in action at TRIA Rink during their inaugural NWHL season.
The Whitecaps feature 2018 Team USA Olympic gold medalist Kendall Coyne Schofield, Hanna Brandt and Lee Stecklein, along with reigning NWHL Goaltender of the Year Amanda Leveille and may of the greatest players in the State of Hockey.
The fun starts on Saturday, October 6 and Sunday October 7 against the defending Isobel Cup champion Riveters. With tickets starting at just $20, you won't want to miss it!
The purpose of Roseville Area Youth Hockey Association is to provide programs to teach, promote and compete in amateur youth ice hockey in a fun, healthy and educational environment for all participants. Roseville Area Youth Hockey Association strives to develop individual and team skills, teamwork, knowledge of the game, loyalty, responsibility and sportsmanship a positive youth sports culture, which teaches life lessons.