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    HOUSE CAMPS START 9/24!

    Bantams Thursday 9/24 8:20pm-9:20pm Hot Shots

    Mighty Mite Saturday 9/26 11:30am-12:30pm Hot Shots

    Super Mites Saturday 9/26 12:40pm-1:40pm Hot Shots

    Squirts Saturday 9/26 9:10am-10:10am Hot Shots

    Peewees Saturday 10:20am-11:20am Hot Shots

    All dates and times are listed under the House Program Tab

    2020-2021 FALL/WINTER HOUSE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!!!

    INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND HERE: 

    https://www.falconshockey.org/page/show/2674524-fall-2020-2021registration

    We look forward to getting our players back to some normalcy!!!

    ORDER FALCON GLOVES AND BAGS HERE!!!!!

    PLEASE WELCOME MATT NOGA TO OUR COACHING FAMILY

    The Falcons are please to introduce the newest member of our coaching family: Matt Noga.  Matt will be helping during Monday Night skills sessions for Mites thru Bantams.  Please make sure to say hi to Matt when you see him at the rink!

    Matt played youth hockey with the Hawks, then onto Team Illinois and Chicago Young Americans.  He then played Tier I Jr. hockey as a 15-year-old in the NAJHL & the USHL. In 1995, Matt was the MVP in the USHL as well as the leading scorer. He then went on to receive a full Division I scholarship to St. Cloud State in the WCHA. After college Matt enjoyed playing six years professionally. 

    Matt’s coaching career started with the Chicago Fury. After 7 years as a head coach he went on to be the Hockey Director and Skills Director for the Admirals youth program. As a skills director, he worked with USA Hockey and the ADM Program. 

    FHA RINK PROTOCOLS

    GUIDELINES FOR ALL FHA ICE FACILITIES

    (SEPARATE RULES FOR OFF-ICE TO FOLLOW)

    We appreciate your help in following all these guidelines.  Doing so will insure the continuance of our programming.

    I. Masks must be worn at all times until the player’s helmet is put on for the ice session.  Once the helmet is removed a mask must go back on!     
                 A. Any player seen in a parking lot or in an ice facility without a
                     mask shall be immediately sent home.  

    II. You may not enter the building until 20 minutes prior to your start time.

    III. Players must come dressed or get dressed in the parking lot.  
                A. Players may use locker room to put on skates and helmet
                     only.
                B. Players may remove their skates and helmet only in the locker
                     room and then immediately exit.

    IV.  For younger players that need assistance from their parents, this can only be done in the lobby of the facility.  Of course, parents must wear a mask at all times.  Once finished the parent must immediately leave the facility.

    V. Only use the designated entrances and exits.

    VI. Players must dispose of any debris in bench area and locker room (if used).

    VII. There are no spectators allowed in the rink.

    VIII. As Lake Forest College and Lake Forest Academy are closed campuses please do not wait in the parking lot during the entire ice session.  No different than with school, simply drop off and pick up.

     

    GOVERNOR'S ANNOUCEMENT ON JULY 29, 2020

    TO OUR MEMBERSHIP

    WHILE WE ALL DIGEST THE GOVERNOR'S PRESS CONFERENCE TODAY, WE ALL NEED TO TAKE A BREATH.

    MANY THINGS CAN CHANGE PRIOR TO AUGUST 15TH.  IN ANY CASE WE WILL ADJUST ACCORDINGLY.  

    WE WILL SEND YOU CONSTANT UPDATES AS WE KNOW THEM AND WE ALL MUST REMAIN FLEXIBLE (& HEALTHY) DURING THESE STRANGE TIMES.

    AT THE ABSOLUTE LEAST, KNOW YOUR PLAYER WILL RECEIVE THE BEST HOCKEY INSTRUCTION IN THE STATE THANKS TO A SECOND TO NONE COACHING STAFF!

    YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED AS WE MOVE FORWARD

    FAQs:

    1. The Governor announced as of 8/15 Hockey can only have no contact practices and conditioning.  How does this affect FHA and all other hockey clubs?

    As the Governor's policy even states this will change with conditions.  Honestly, we never expected to play actual league games until at least 10/1.  We do hope this stays the same as conditions hopefully improve.  

    FHA is best prepared to handle this moving target.  We have the best coaches and families.

    2. If (again if) we can only practice and drill for the foreseeable future will this be fun for my player? 

    All kids need activity and an outlet during this very stressful time.  As parents, we all need to create as much normalcy as we possibly can. 

    As we did in Spring, we will make sure your player has an amazing experience that is fun, challenging, and a great form of exercise and relief of stress.  We also promise your player, whatever guidelines we must follow, will finish this season a better hockey player and most importantly a happier person.

    3. Do you think the kids will get to play?

    We do expect the kids to get to play.  As we progress through the levels FHA is best prepared for intra and inter squad scrimmages.  Thankfully, we have the depth and numbers to allow highly competitive scrimmages.  

    Additionally, we do expect league to happen eventually.

    4.  Can parents watch?

    As a club, we are currently not allowing spectators.  However, this is up to the individual facilities.  We can tell you LFA, LFC and CIA will have Live Barn available.

    Please remember the most important thing is our children get to participate in an activity they love.

    5. What about fees?

    At FHA your fees cover our outstanding professional coaching staff and ice fees.  This allows your player to get the best training and instruction available while becoming better people from participating in the ultimate team sport.  Our players learn success comes from hard work and dedication, sportsmanship, tolerance and caring of others.

    You will still be receiving 100+ hours of training, conditioning and instruction from the best coaching staff in the Country.  You will not be charged any additional costs (slush, travel expenses, etc) until actual play begins.

    Furthermore, we have an extended payment plan so we can shut off payments if the conditions worsen.

    6. How can I tell the Governor I disagree with his decision?

    Please email the Governor if you want to give your opinion using this link: CLICK HERE

    See you at the rink and stay healthy!!!!!


    The FHA and JFMHA Staff

    FALCONS RANKED #1 TIER II PROGRAM IN USA!!!!! THANK YOU COACHES AND PLAYERS!!!!

    THANK YOU TO ALL OUR GRAT COACHES AND PLAYERS

    FALCONS # 1 TIER II PROGRAM IN COUNTRY!!!!

    REGISTER HERE!!!!

    THE PASSING OF ONE OF THE ALL TIME GREATS

     It is with great sadness and heartbreak that we share the news of the passing of our beloved founder, Real Turcotte after a battle with CHF.  Real was born in East Angus Quebec in 1940.  He attended primary school in Quebec before attending Michigan State University on a hockey scholarship.  While at MSU he studied math and received a degree in teaching.  He taught high school math and relaxation classes for many years in the Lansing area while driving his sons to hockey in Waterford.  Real shared his love of the game and taught the Art of Stickhandling to thousands of young children and adults for over 50 years.  A true pioneer in teaching hockey and individual skill development while creating the youth hockey program in the Detroit area in the 1970's.  Real gave opportunity to young men and women to play at a high level of hockey from AAA to juniors, college level, Olympians and Pros.  A humble, kind and gentle man who had a fierce determination to win with his skill development and moves.  Real is survived by his wife Carol, sons Alfie (Colleen) Jeff (Kim) step children Lindsay and Matthew. Grandchildren Nicolas, Gabrielle, Alex, Cooper, Jennifer (Brian) Tara, Tanner, Kensley, Elizabeth and great grandchildren Ty and Brody Gibbons.  Beloved sister Cecile (Bruce) Rejean (Clair) Pierre (Marie-Claude) and several nephews and nieces.  
    The family will honor Real's wishes with a private service but would like to remind you to "practice your moves 10 minutes a day".
    Condolences may be sent to the family:

    In care of Carol Turcotte
    5412 Bridge Trail West
    Commerce MI USA 48382

     

     

    COVID 19

    FHA's sole goal is to keep all our members (players and families) safe.   We urge everyone to follow the CDC's guidelines:https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html

    Of course, please make sure your players are consistently washing their hands!

    CONGRATULATIONS RYAN TAYLOR & PLEASE WELCOME TOM BOUDREAU

    FHA is pleased to announce Ryan Taylor has become the General Manger of Hockey Operations for the Falcons!  This is a well deserved and we could not be happier for Ryan and his family, FHA, and our membership.

    With that we needed a new Central States Director.  We felt there was only one person we wanted for this position.  That person is Tom Boudreau.  We are thrilled to announce Tom Boudreau as the new Central States Director effective June 1, 2020.  Please give Tom and his family a warm FHA welcome when you see them at the rink.

    Tom Boudreau is a level 4 USA Hockey coach and well known, highly sought after, professional skating/skills development coach.  After finishing a professional hockey career, he started giving back to the game serving as an assistant high school coach for the Lake Forest Scouts and as well as head coach for the '04 Vernon Hills Ice Dogs Central States team from 2011-2015.  Most recent, He has served as Director of Impact Elite Hockey Camps as well as Director of Player Development for the Chicago Young Americans. Tom currently continues to develop youth hockey players by running hockey camps and power skating/skills clinics for various players and organizations though his own Company, Boudreau Hockey.  He trains a wide variety of players ranging from youth Tier 1 and Tier 2 amateurs all the way to USHL, Canadian Junior, Division 1 Collegiate players and Professional Players 

    PERFECT SWEEP AT STATE!!!!

    CONGRATULATIONS

    SQUIRT AA - TAYLOR  STATE CHAMPION!!!
    SQUIRT A - MILLER     STATE CHAMPION!!!!
    PEEWEE A - DIMITRAKOS STATE CHAMPION!!!!
    U18 AA - HEELAN  STATE CHAMPIONS & OFF TO NATIONALS!!!!

     

     

    2020-21 CSDHL COACHING LINE-UP

    SQUIRT MAJOR
    TOM MILLER HEAD COACH    DAVE BRADLEY COACH

    PEEWEE MINOR
    BRETT LEBDA HEAD COACH     RYAN TAYLOR COACH

    PEEWEE MAJOR
    RYAN TAYLOR HEAD COACH  BRETT LEBDA COACH

    PEEWEE MAJOR
    NIKO DIMITRAKOS  HEAD COACH    JAN MASOPUST COACH

    BANTAM MINOR
    JAN MASOPUST HEAD COACH     NIKO DIMITRAKOS COACH

    BANTAM MAJOR
    BOB HEELAN HEAD COACH      JOHNNY MEO COACH

    U15
    JOHNNY MEO HEAD COACH     NICK MEO COACH

    U16
    TOM BOUDREAU HEAD COACH    

    U18
    BOB HEELAN HEAD COACH  
     

    NIHL & CUHL COACHING LINE UP

    MITE 1
    TOM MILLER  HEAD COACH

    MITE 2
    TONY GILL  HEAD COACH

    MITE 3
    EFREN HEREDIA  HEAD COACH

    MITE 4
    MICHAEL "WAGS" WAGNER HEAD COACH

    SQUIRT 1
    ADAM JOLCOVER. HEAD COACH

    SQUIRT 2
    MIKE WIGGEMANSEN  HEAD COACH

    SQUIRT 3
    ADAM GOLDBERG. HEAD COACH

    PEEWEE 1
    ROSS AGREST HEAD COACH

    PEEWEE 2

    TIM VACALA HEAD COACH

    PEEWEE 3
    KEVIN ZAJAC  HEAD COACH

    BANTAM 1
    NICK MEO. HEAD COACH

    BANTAM 2
    EZIO BERRETTINI  HEAD COACH
     

    Please welcome Coach John Meo

    We could not be more thrilled to welcome Coach John Meo back to FHA.  John will be helping his brother, Nick Meo, with the U15s and Bob Heelan with the U14s.

    John started his coaching career with the Falcons organization back in 1983.  Additionally he has coached at all levels from AAA (CYA/TI/Chill),  AA (Falcons/Ice Dogs) and High School Hockey (Main South/St Viator/Stevenson/Highland Park).  Most recently he was  at the Central States U18 Level for the Ice Dogs.

    Please give Coach John Meo a warm FHA welcome when you see him at the rink!

    CONGRATULATIONS TO MITE D1 - CUHL CHAMPIONS!!!

    OUR CSDHL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS!!!

    SQUIRT MAJORS - TAYLOR
    BANTAM MINOR - GILL
    MIDGET U18 - HEELAN

    OUR REGULAR SEASON CSDHL & NIHL CHAMPIONS

    SQUIRT MAJOR - TAYLOR
    BANTAM MINOR - GILL
    MIDGET U18 - HEELAN

    BANTAM NIHL 1 - MEO

    CONGRATULATIONS SQUIRT MAJOR

    RYAN TAYLOR'S SQUIRT MAJOR TEAM HAS COMPLETED AN UNDEFEATED CSDHL REGULAR SEASON!!!  THEY WENT 25-0-0 AND OUT SCORED THEIR OPPONENTS 205 TO 19!!!

    GOOD LUCK IN PLAYOFFS!

    CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SCHOLARS

    NIHL
    Andrew Bleser
    Cal Eggers
    Cody Horner
    Reece Mindel

    FHA SIGNS PARTNERSHIP WITH PDHP FOR LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY CLASSES


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    PLEASE CALL 224-765-5550 WITH ANY SPORTS MEDICINE, TRAINING OR PHYSICAL THERAPY NEEDS.

    Falcons announce partnership with GDI USA.


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    FHA Rinks

    The Falcons use the following rinks for games and practices:

    Centennial Ice Arena (Park District of Highland Park)
    3100 Trail Way
    Highland Park, IL  60044
    (847) 432-4790
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    Lake Forest Academy (MacKenzie Arena)
    1500 W. Kennedy Rd.
    Lake Forest, IL 60045
    847-615-3261
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    Lake Forest College
    555 N Sheridan Rd
    Lake Forest, IL 60045
    (847) 234-3100
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    Hot Shot Ice Arena
    29860 North Skokie Highway
    Lake Bluff, IL 60044-1110
    (847) 688-0780
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    Centennial Ice Arena Board Advertisements

    Falcons Hockey Association has partnered with the Park District of Highland Park to offer an exciting opportunity to adverting on the dasher boards at Centennial Ice Arena. The ads will be approximately 3FT x 8FT in size and be viewed by over 500,000 people annually. The cost is $2,000 for a year and includes the cost of printing the ad and installing it on the dasher board. All proceeds will benefit the Falcons Hockey Association and the Park District of Highland Park.

    The number of advertisement boards are limited so act quicly and don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity to have your company's logo viewed by thousand of local residents while supporting youth hockey.

    If interested, please reach out to Steve Dry at president@falconshockey.org.

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