Contact Bill Daniels with any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org), and we hope to see you out at the inaugural POD Tournament!
The Academy Hockey Club is proud to announce an exciting new tournament for Ohio High School Athletic Association and Ohio Club ice hockey programs…THE POD (Post OHSAA District) TOURNAMENT!
To date, Beavercreek High School, Archbishop Alter (Dayton), Troy High School, LaSalle High School (Cincinnati), and Dayton Stealth Club are participating in the inaugural POD tournament, while several other teams have expressed interest.
THE POD (Post OHSAA District) is intended to provide a post OHSAA District tournament option for teams ranking in the lower half of the state according to myhockeyrankings.com (which constitute Division 2 in other OHSAA sports). “We just can’t stand to see a high school senior end their career on the wrong side of a lopsided tournament game” said Matt Belmonte on the Academy Board. “So we created the POD as an option for the teams to have a better end-of-season, and for senior players, a better end of career experience.”
Games will be played at the NTPRD Chiller in Springfield OH, March 1-3, 2019. “Three Southwest Ohio High School Hockey League teams have already expressed interest,” said Jeff Duford, the Academy Treasurer, “You just have to make sure not to exceed the season 35-game limit set by OHSAA administrators,” said Greg Gutterman the Academy’s President.
1st ANNUAL POST OHSAA DISTRICT (POD) HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY TOURNAMENT
March 1-3, 2019 NTPRD Chiller
301 W. Main Street, Springfield, Ohio 45504
Friday, March 1 – games begin at 6:20pm
Saturday, March 2- teams play 2 games throughout the day
Sunday, March 3- games to determine finishing place
– Up to 6 Teams
– *4 Game guarantee
– For lower half of OHSAA teams based on myhockeyrankings.com
– Tourney Fee: $1350 per team
– Applications Due no later than December 15, 2018 with a $350 deposit
(make checks payable to “Academy Hockey Club” (a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization) and mail to: Academy Hockey Club
435 Danbury Pl Xenia, OH 45385
– Accepted teams/applications will be notified via email
– Apply by email or with any questions to: email@example.com
– Questions? Contact Bill Daniels 937-705-0500 Cell/Text or firstname.lastname@example.org
*OHSAA teams must have 31 or fewer games scheduled (not counting OHSAA district games nor preseason games) to be eligible for THE POD (since the OHSAA season limit is 35 games total)
Black beats Blue 6-2 to win the 2018 AHC Tournament! Gold defeated Green in the Consolation game 7-6.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2018 AHC Fall League including the players and their families, our sponsors, and our hard working volunteers. Best wishes to all players and High School teams for a great season in 2018-19. Do well in the OSHAA tournament to represent South West Ohio varsity hockey, and if you unfortunately have an early exit your team can still end the season on a positive note in the post season AHC 2019 POD Tournament. See the link above for details. Good luck!
Drop-In Hockey for Nugs & Academy Hockey Club players! Tues. Oct 16 at South Metro 8pm-9:30pm. There is no additional fee so come out and play!
Academy Hockey Club HS Fall League Game Time Change!
Please NOTE THE START TIME CHANGE ON SUNDAY OCT. 14 at South Metro Sports. GAME 1 STARTS AT 11:00am AND GAME 2 AT NOON. ENJOY THE EXTRA SLEEP!
(2018 REGISTRATION IS CLOSED)
NEW SUMMER CAMP TIMES:
Please note the time changes ABOVE.
WELCOME to the 2018 Academy Hockey Club Summer Skills Camp Registration!
June 25-29, 2018 at South Metro Sports
Due to some great fundraising efforts, the 2018 cost is the same as last year!
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR 2018.
The Academy Hockey Club is proud to announce the Summer 2018 Skills Development Camps! Our skills development camps are an affordable, fun and constructive environment for the Greater Dayton/Cincinnati area players. This after-work hours June 25-29, 2018 opportunity at South Metro Sports is for four age groups- Squirt U-10 (2008, 2009), PeeWee U-12 (2006,2007), Bantam U-14 (2005,2004), and High School/Midget U-16, U-18 (2003, 2002, 2001, 2000) players in the greater Dayton and Cincinnati areas. “Our model is simple” said Academy Hockey Club President Greg Gutterman, “we focus on max touches/repetitions, lots of enthusiasm, and lots of movement.” Squirt and Peewee sessions are planned to consist of 1 hour on ice followed by off ice instruction. High school and Bantam players will get 90 minutes of ice daily, distributed between skills development and small area games. Our coaches will focus on lots of touches and laughs, because “it’s always a great day for hockey!” –Coach Gutt
Space is limited, so get signed up today!
REMINDER: EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT ENDS ON JUNE 10th!!! Register today below!
Squirts & Pee-Wees- M,Tu,Th,Fr 5:30-6:20pm on ice, with off ice until 7:30pm (Wed 6:15pm-7:05pm on ice, off ice until 8pm)- $150 ($165 after June 10) Bantam- M,Tu,Th,Fr 6:30-7:50pm on ice, Wed 7:15pm-8:35pm- $175 ($190 after June 10) High School (Midget)- M,Tu,Th,Fr 8:00-9:30pm on ice, Wed 8:45pm-10:05pm- $175 ($190 after June 10)
(REGISTRATION IS CLOSED)
2017 AHC SUMMER SKILLS CAMP REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
INTRODUCING YEAR 2 OF ACADEMY HOCKEY — a Pre/Post season opportunity for all Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Hockey Players in the Greater Dayton Area!
Year 2 starts with our first developmental summer camp for Squirt, Pee Wee, Bantam, and High School (Midget) level players July 24-July 28 at South Metro Sports in Centerville, OH. On-line sign-up information coming soon!
The purpose of the Academy Hockey Club is to provide an all-inclusive educational hockey program to improve the overall hockey experience for youth and high school hockey players in the Greater Dayton Area thereby creating value-centered citizenship.
PROGRAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
The goals and objectives of the Academy Hockey Club (hereto after, Club) is to:
(1) provide Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) hockey players an all-inclusive pre/post season hockey program,
(2) provide an opportunity for, and grow, youth hockey participation in the greater Dayton/Cincinnati area,
(3) improve players’ skills (skating, shooting, passing, stickhandling), and
(4) provide a fun environment for the players to play/learn/enjoy the great game of hockey, and
(5) teach our participants life lessons (e.g. character, teamwork, discipline, loyalty, perseverance, grit, work ethic) thereby creating better citizenship.
(updated: 28 Oct 2016- Final Standings) Points W-L-T SO BLUE 5 2-4-0 1-5-0 SILVER 15 4-1-1 6-0-0 BLACK 5 1-5-0 2-2-2 WHITE 11 4-1-1 1-3-2
Date Event Time Location Score SO
8-Sep-16 Th BLUE v SILVER 8:30p S. METRO 3-6 3-4
11-Sep-16 Su BLACK v WHITE 11:00a S. METRO 1-3 1-1
15-Sep-16 TH SILVER v WHITE 8:30p S. METRO 2-2 1-0
21-Sep-16 We BLUE v BLACK 9:00p S. METRO Postponed
22-Sep-16 Th WHITE v BLUE 8:30p S. METRO 8-5 3-4
25-Sep-16 Su BLACK v SILVER 11:00a S. METRO 0-9 0-3
29-Sep-16 Th BLACK v WHITE 8:30p S. METRO 1-4 3-3
2-Oct-16 Su SILVER v BLUE 11:00a S. METRO 2-4 5-2
6-Oct-16 Th BLUE v BLACK 8:30p S. METRO 4-2 2-5
9-Oct-16 Su WHITE v SILVER 11:00a S. METRO 5-7 1-4
13-Oct-16 Th SILVER v BLACK 8:30p S. METRO 4-3 3-2
16-Oct-16 Su BLUE v WHITE 12:30p S. METRO 2-12 1-4
Please note the date and time changes below:
20-Oct-16 Th BLUE v BLACK 8:30p S. METRO 1-4 0-2
23-Oct-16 Su BLUE 4TH v BLACK 3RD 11:00a S. METRO 5-3
27-Oct-16 Th SILVER 1ST v WHITE 2ND 8:30p S. METRO 6-9
29-Oct-16 Sat SKILLS 9:30am S. METRO
30-Oct-16 Su SKILLS 11:00am S. METRO