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Welcome to Tri-Valley Minor Hockey Association

Youth ice hockey for the East Bay in Northern California with rinks in Dublin and Livermore.  

We offer programs from Recreational to Competitive, Co-Ed and Girls-Only, as well as Mixed and Pure High School teams.

NorCal website

Here's is the link to the NorCal Youth Hockey Asscosiation website.

 


Tri-Valley is a proud founding member of Golden State Elite.


Team gear

Order team gear from the HockeyX website or contact our Equipment Manager.
 

 


Resources


Livermore Rinks

Directions to Livermore Rinks

Bay Area Hockey Rinks

Get directions to area rinks

Mileage Chart

Get mileage and approximate driving times to rinks


Registration for 2017/2018 In-House Hockey Program is open!

Tri-Valley Blue Devils 2017/2018 In-House Hockey Program is only 3 weeks away! The program will run from August 18th till the end of March and is an excellent way for young kids to develop hockey skills on the ice and learn valuable life skills such as teamwork, responsibility, pride, confidence, and positive attitude - all in a friendly and fun environment! 

The In-House Hockey Program does not require a tryout. ALL players of ages 5 up to 14 are welcome to participate! Players will play against other teams within our club during the season and have the opportunity to master their hockey skills and move on to travel teams as their skills and abilities improve. 

To reserve your spot, register today by the following links: 
In-House 10U, 12U & 14U (Birth years 2003 thru 2008)
In-House 8U/Mites (Birth years 2009 thru 2012)

For more information about Tri-Valley Blue Devils In-House Hockey League please visit our House page.

New Concussion Rules for 2017-2018

Concussion Training and New Concussion Legislation

Tri-Valley has been a pioneer in concussion education and supporting programs such as baseline screening, concussion evaluation protocols, and training of coaches to be aware of the signs of concussions.   This season CAHA is supporting wide ranging education and training in compliance with the new California State Law on Concussions.

CAHA has a comprehensive description of the changes which can be found here http://www.caha.com/view.pl?p=concussions/index.htm

Required Parent and Athlete Educational Materials

Below are documents which must be reviewed by parents and their athletes before the season starts as required by the new CAHA rules.    

The recommended online course on concussions is by the Centers for Disease Control and can be found at this link:https://www.cdc.gov/headsup/youthsports/training/index.html.

ACTION REQUIRED: Players and parents must review, sign and return this document, 2017 education_one sheet_parent athlete signature sheet.pdf on the first day of practice to be able to practice with the team.   No exceptions.

Below are additional documents for your review

2017 State of California Health and Safety Code 124235_Concussions.pdf

2017 education_one sheet_10U athletes.pdf

2017 education_one sheet_11-18U athletes.pdf

Jan 5 newsletter_final approved.pdf

My Story Daniel Battaglia.pdf

CAHA Concussion in USAH Magazine.pdf

CAHA_Top Concussion Misconceptions rev 0117.pdf

Concussion Education_Heads Up_ Jan 2017.pdf

concussion fact sheet_coaches.pdf

concussion fact sheet_parents.pdf

poster.pdf

In addition to this material the materials above that have been provided by CAHA, our own Dr. Zonner has provided these additional documents which provide more medical details about concussions.

If you have any questions, please contact :

Tom Adrian

Registrar – Tri-Valley Minor Hockey

Tom Adrian

Tri-Valley Registrar




Jeremy Goldhawk being awarded the Jordan Kocian Award by NorCal President William Stone


TVMHA's Jeremy Goldhawk Wins NorCal Award

Each year NorCal awards a single Varsity High School player the Jordan Kocian Award. The award winner is a player that exemplifies desire, determination, dedication, leadership and inspiration in their approach to playing hockey and living. The award is for accomplishments outside hockey as well as inside hockey, it is for players who have been role models to their peers and given their time back to the game and exemplified the spirit of Jordan Kocian.

This year, Jeremy Goldhawk of Tri-Valley’s High School Varsity D2 team, was selected as the Jordan Kocian Award winner. Jeremy is the first TVMHA player to receive this award. Jeremy has been a key part of our Tri Valley hockey program since Mite hockey – more than 10 years.  Throughout his career at Tri Valley, Jeremy has been one of the leaders keeping the group together through some successful seasons and just as importantly through some not so successful seasons.   

Jeremy is a consistent performer and quiet leader who leads by example when he is on and off the ice.  Whenever the team encounters adversity, teammates can always count on Jeremy to stay even keeled, and help keep the entire group calm and focused.  Jeremy demonstrates the same consistent performance in his scholastic activities where he has undertaken a very heavy class load and will be graduating Amador High School this spring with an exceptional GPA.  He and his friend created the Amador Physics club in which they are co-presidents today. Jeremy plans to continue has academic career as he plans to enter an Engineering program at the University of Michigan.

Jeremy gives back to the community through volunteer work with his church as well as on his own.  Jeremy spent a week staying in San Francisco and working at a soup kitchen last summer with a program called Young Neighbors in Action.  He also works off and on at the Pleasanton Senior Center and has worked on Habitat for Humanity house projects.

Jeremy loves the game of hockey and is on the ice as much as he can be.  In addition to being part of the Tri Valley family, he has been an instrumental part of building the Pure High School program. Jeremy is the VP of the hockey club at Amador Valley high school.   

It is our honor to have Jeremy Goldhawk as the 2016-2017 Jordan Kocian Award.


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 Tri-Valley takes concussions seriously---

and why you should, too... 

In the least, every parent of a hockey player (big or small) should download the CRR free mobile app on their smart phone. This app helps you recognize whether a player is exhibiting and/or reporting the signs and symptoms of a suspected concussion so that you may respond quickly and appropriately. 

2017-2018 JV HS Season Registration

Now open. Click below.  

Mite 8U In-House Program Registration

Players in birth years 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 are invited to join our 8U Mite League.  Our season will begin the week of August 15th 2017 and will run through March 2018.

In-House Program Registration

The 2017/2018 In-House registration is now open.  Please use this registration for your 10U Squirt, 12U Pewee, or 14U Bantam player.  We are looking forward to the new season, which opens on August 18th 2017.

 

2017-2018 Age Chart

Date of Birth Age Age Division
1999 18 Varsity High School
2000 17 Varsity High School
2001 16 Varsity HIgh School
2002 15 Varsity High School
2003 14 14U
2004 13 14U
2005 12 12U
2006 11 12U
2007 10 10U
2008 9 10U
2009 8 8U
2010 7 8U

2017-2018 Travel Team Coaches

8U Phil Huynh
10U 1 Tim Harkness
10U 2 Mike Mansell
12U 1 Bill Davis
12U 2 Dustin Van Fleet
12U 3 John James
14U 1 Joe Carranza
14U 2 Peter Bibby
Varsity High School D2 John Burgess
Varsity High School D3 Bryon McDougall


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