At Lee Valley Lions Junior Ice Hockey Club we aim to develop all players' skills, physical abilities and team spirit to enable them to take a full part in competitive ice hockey at a level appropriate to each individual. We do this by providing regular, structured training and when players reach the level of ability required we provide opportunities to play in one or more of our teams which participate in national leagues.
We have four teams competing in leagues organised by the governing body for ice hockey in England, English Ice Hockey Association (EIHA). Each team will have a coach, manager and trainer. All of our coaches are qualified within a framework of coaching development laid down by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) which governs ice hockey worldwide. We update our list of teams and team officials annually. The current list is available on the club Contact page.
At Lee Valley Lions were always looking for new players, so if your interested why not get in touch or better still come along to one of our training sessions!
Team training start: Monday 3rd August 2015.
Beginner course start: Tuesday 1st September 2015.
6.30 - 7.30pm U11 & Goalies
7.30 - 8.45pm U13 & U15 (half ice or mixed practice)
8.45 - 9.45pm U18
7.15 - 8.15pm Beginners
8.15 - 9.30pm U20's & ENL2
7.00 - 7.50pm U11
7.50 - 8.40pm U13
8.40 - 9.30pm U15
9.30 - 10.30pm U18 & U20 (half ice or mixed practice)
7.15 - 8.15pm Beginners
We've been invited to take part in 2015 Chatsworth Road festival "ChatsFest" on Saturday 5th September. Judging from last years turn out they had over two thousand people, this years promises to be massive!!!
Chatsworth Road Tenants Residents Association revived the festival two years ago after a 34 year hiatus, bringing together the local community and showcasing all the street and its surrounding area has to offer.
With the street closed to traffic, activities will include: Bars by Beavertown Brewery, Cava by Frockney Rebel, Live Music, DJ's, local Football, Tennis, Cricket and Boxing Club demonstrations, dog show, Barfly Bouncy Castle, Bicycle Workshops, Tons of Street Food from absolutely everywhere, Climbing walls, Sumo suits, Surf simulator, Photo booths plus loads more and several after Parties.
They want us to open the festival as our Junior Ice Hockey Club has the wow factor in the area! We've been given a large section of road to demonstrate and promote Junior Ice Hockey.
We're going to set up a small roller hockey area with boundary and goals for some training drills and 4 vs 4 scrumages from 10am - 12am, and desparately need lots of players to put on a good show.
We've also been allocated another area with gazebo tent to promote ourself from 12am - 8pm with hand outs etc, where which we'll setup a shooting gallery for beat the goalie games and some stick-handling drills which can involve the general public. Again we need enough players to cover this period.
If you are interested in having a fun day out and can roller, even if you can't we can still have shooting games get in touch we need as many players as possible as this is a big event this year. Also any parents and coaches who can help us setup and organise games etc would be fantastic! Please, please, please let me know ASAP at email@example.com.
This is a huge local event this year, with lots of people from surrounding boroughs. This is a great opportunity to promote our club locally, and any businesses who may be interested in sponsoring us.
Alison Taylor has taken taken the role as one of the fundraisers with the idea that we can work together to get some sponsorship. All donations, small raffle prizes or larger fundraising events will all raise the profile of the club.
We need to decide on fundraising events, what, where and when so any ideas are much appreciated. We'll be holding a meeting in the bar on 10th August from 7pm for a couple of hours. Please come along if you can help in any way. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ideas so far include:
- Quiz and Casino nights Read more...
- Ice Olympics Read how it would work...
- Fun nights with NHL game screenings
Welcome to the 2015 edition of the Newsletter.
It has been a great year for our club with everyone supporting all our children in their games and also all our fundraising efforts too and we would like to thank everyone for their continued support as we approach the end of the season. Listed below are a few events still to come together with the final training sessions and we look forward to seeing you all there.Continue Reading
All Teams Training Sessions
The response to our All Teams training session was incredible! We expanded our teams this year to meet the needs of those who asked to come. Learn more ...
Lions U12's Godivia Cup Winners for 2015
A magnificent performance to collect the first trophy of the season for Lee Valley Lions. Learn more ...
This season we have introduced the chance for under 13's and younger to be a mascot at the Lions senior games. Read ...
Russian Hockey School at Lee Valley
Wow! what a treat for everyone, let's hope we can get them back in for the summer. Learn more ...
Club hoodies are back!
Go on, treat yourself ! We have now sorted a new supplier for our club Hoodies￼and are taking orders. Read...