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Welcome to OYHA's Web site - home of the Orlando Jr. Knights Travel Hockey Club!!!  We've made a lot of improvements and hope you will take advantage of all the great features we have to offer.  You'll have access to news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions, photos, and much much more.  Check back frequently for the latest information about our our club.
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1st OYHA ALUM MAKES NHL DEBUT!!!
02/19/2015
  Congratulations to OYHA Alum Brian Ferlin was just...
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SPRING TRYOUTS ANNOUNCED
02/02/2015
OYHA Announces 2015 Spring Season Tryouts for Jr. Knights Hockey   Below...
SYNCHRONIZE TEAM SCHEDULES IN OUTLOOK
08/20/2009
For those of you that can’t live without your tech...
 
1st OYHA ALUM MAKES NHL DEBUT!!!

 

Congratulations to OYHA Alum Brian Ferlin was just called up to the Bruins (yes those Bruins) and will be playing his first NHL game tomorrow night against St. Louis!  He will be wearing #68 when the B's take the ice.

 

Brian was a part of two state champion PW AA teams along with teammate Ryan Carpenter who is currently with the Worcester Sharks (AHL).  The boys actually faced off against each other this preseason in an AHL game.

 

Brian's father Mark was instrumental in our relationship with Jacksonville and forming our first Nike Bauer with our 95's which included Brian's sister who was our goalie!  A relationship that still exists today.

 

Brian's hard work escalated him to AAA, to the USHL, and to Cornell University before playing with the Providence Bruins of the AHL this season.  

 

A local Florida kid from Jacksonville who played most of his career in our state (youth to junior) before leaving for the USHL.

 

CONGRATULATIONS BRIAN (#68) we are all Bruins fans tommorrow night - 8:00pm!


by posted 02/19/2015
BEARS TRAINING CENTER

Commission OKs Solar Bears facility

By  on February 17, 2015

WINTER GARDEN — The Orlando Solar Bears Training Facility is coming to Winter Garden.

With several members of the Solar Bears’ management in attendance, Winter Garden city commissioners unanimously approved plans to build a hockey training facility on land at 530-630 E. Crown Point Road. Community Development Director Ed Williams called this a significant development that will spur further development on the site and in that part of the city.

The 16-acre site will contain a two-story, 115,595-square-foot training facility with two rinks, parking, stores and restaurants. Plans include a youth training facility for local teams that can also host high-school and college teams and tournaments. Williams said the developers will pay impact fees and other costs usually associated with the development.

“I hope it’s open for people of West Orange,” Mayor John Rees said. “They are currently driving to Maitland.”

The RDV Sportsplex is currently the closest ice rink to Winter Garden. 

Kevin Romeyk, project manager for the Solar Bears, confirmed the facility will be open to the public.

Rees also asked whether the traffic study to examine the impact of the facility had been completed. Williams said the facility needed to be built and traffic moving to fully measure its impact. The lack of a study was not a reason to hold up development. 

Commissioners and city staff expressed support for the project.

“Thanks to Mr. Siegel and the rest of the Solar Bears,” Commissioner Bobby Olszewski said. “It’s a special day for the city of Winter Garden.”

City Manager Mike Bollhoefer said the facility brings “another exciting element to our city, enhancing our already great quality of life.”


by posted 02/18/2015
SPRING TRYOUTS ANNOUNCED
OYHA Announces 2015 Spring Season Tryouts for Jr. Knights Hockey
 
Below are the tryout dates by division for the upcoming Spring FAHL season.  The season will consist of 10 practices and 10 games  for Squirt through the Bantam divisions from approximately mid-March through mid-May.  OYHA will be forming a Select Tournament Only Team for Midget division.
 
There will be FAHL playoffs and/or a final weekend tournament to end the season for all teams before Memorial day depending on the division. 
 
The FAHL is planning on having an A and AA division based on participation.  Fees for these levels are $599 including jersey, socks, practice, and league fees.

Registration is now open and all members are encouraged to sign up ASAP.  Tryout fee is $35 for all divisions (non-returning player $20 set up).
 
OYHA SPRING TRYOUTS
DIVISION
BIRTH YEAR
TRYOUT DATE
ON ICE
PARENT MEETING
Squirt
2006 – 2005 - (2004)
March 5th
6:00 pm
6:15 pm
Pee Wee
2004 – 2003 - (2002)  
March 5th
7:15 pm
7:30 pm
Bantam
2002 - 2001 – (2000)
March 5th
8:30 pm
8:30 pm
Midget
(Tournament
Team)
Tournament Team Selects
2000 – 1999 - 1998
March
 Date Pending
TBD
TBD
 
Registration is ONLINE ONLY - players should check in 30 minutes prior to tryout
* Players must try out for their age appropriate division unless given permission from Coach Nyman

* Spring Coaches announced shortly  
* Anyone unable to attend scheduled tryouts should contact Program Coordinator Peter Nyman (321-442-7009).
* Final decisions on team rosters / divisions are up to the coordinator and coaching staff 

 

 

REGISTER HERE

 

FLORIDA AMATUER HOCKEY LEAGUE

SPRING SCHEDULE 2015

DATES

TEAMS

March 21 &22

Squirt & Bantam

March 28 & 29

Peewee & Midget

April 4 & 5

Off  Easter

April 11 & 12

Squirt & Bantam

April 18 & 19

Peewee & Midget

April 25 & 26

Squirt & Bantam

May 2 & 3

Peewee & Midget 

May 9 & 10

Squirt & Bantam (4 games Playoffs/ Tournament)

May 16 & 17

Peewee & Midget  (4 games Playoffs/ Tournament)


by posted 02/02/2015
SYNCHRONIZE TEAM SCHEDULES IN OUTLOOK





For those of you that can’t live without your tech toys – there’s a real handy feature on the Web site that allows you to synchronize the team schedule to Outlook and your cell phone.

There are a couple different ways you can perform this synchronization.


Automatic
 
When you are looking at your team's schedule page on the Web site, you’ll see a header with 3 buttons.  The button on the left  says "Subscribe to an iCal feed for this schedule".  This button allows you to set up an automatic feed that synchronizes the schedule to Outlook.  If you have Outlook synchronized with your cell phone, it will then automatically synchronize with your cell phone.  Click here to find out how to set it up.

Manual

The other option is a manual export/import.  Use the blue arrow button for this operation.  .  The site allows you to download the schedule to a .csv file.   Once you have the schedule saved to a .csv file, you can import it into Outlook. 


To import the schedule data into Outlook, use the Outlook File/Import and Export menu commands.  The resulting dialog box allows you to choose what action to perform.  Choose "Import from another program or file" and click "Next".  The next screen prompts you for the type of file to import.  Choose "Comma Separated Values (DOS)" and click "Next".  On the next screen, enter the path and file name of the .csv file you downloaded previously.  You can also choose how duplicate events are handled.  Choose "Replace duplicates".  After you press "Next" again, you'll be prompted for the folder to import into.  Choose your "Calendar" from the list and press "Next" and then ""Finish" on the following screen.  Your calendar should now contain all the game and practice events from your schedule.

Remember, this is a manual operation, not automatic synchronization.  This means that when there are changes to your schedule (e.g. when tournament games are added to the schedule) you'll need to export the schedule again and re-import it into Outlook.

by posted 08/20/2009
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