This year, BYH in conjunction with Albany Clothing and Promotions is pleased to offer many BYH clothing items for sale including t-shirts, hats, sweatshirts and jackets all with our BYH logo. Customization with a name and/or number is also available for select items.
This year ordering can be made using a secure on-line system found here.
Click here for a flyer with product and ordering information.
Please note that in order to deliver for the holidays, all orders must be placed by December 12th.
If you have any questions please contact Albany Clothing and Promotions at 432-3333.
Introducing the Capital Regional Girls Development Alliance
Friends and Hockey Players! Introducing the CRGDA!
The Capital Regional Girls Development Alliance was established in 2014, and is the collaboration of the local hockey organizations. Our goal is to provide ALL girls a challenging, fun, safe and respectful learning environment to play recreational and competitive hockey. This Alliance will drive towards providing superior coaching, player development and commitment to the every girl with the desire to play hockey at their best!
Please find attached some of our first efforts to grow the game for Girls in the Capital Region - “Girls Hockey Night Out.” The alliance will be meeting throughout the 2014-2015 season in an effort to structure a strong and successful girls program for the 2015-2016 season.
Our first event is Nov 21st from 7:40-8:45 pm at the Weibel Arena hosted by Saratoga Youth Hockey.
Be on the lookout for Jamborees, 3 on 3 tournaments, Skills sessions and Spring and Summer Tournament opportunities.
For more information and a flyer for up coming events please click here.
Bantam A Stages Big Comeback to Take Binghamton Veterans Day Tou
The Bethlehem Bantam A team won the Southern Tier Hockey Association Veterans Day tournament with a dramatic comeback Sunday afternoon. After winning the semi-final game with only 9 skaters on Sunday morning with a 4-0 win over a West Point, Bethlehem played Binghamton in the championship game on Sunday afternoon. Binghamton had previously beaten Bethlehem Friday night, 3-1. Bethlehem had only had 10 skaters available for the afternoon championship game. Trailing Binghamton 3-1 with 8 minutes left in the third, Bethlehem dug deep and found a way to score twice in the final 8 minutes, sending the championship game to sudden death over time. In OT, Bethlehem capitalized on a 5-3 power play to complete the comeback and seal the championship. Congrats to all the players involved on a truly amazing effort.