It’s time to get excited for the 2019 All Star Game!!! Come watch your High School league All Stars on Saturday, January 19th at Baxter from 1-3pm. This a free event and is open to everyone. The game will be played on the MAIN ICE at Baxter Arena!
Doors open at noon! All Star Players should report to the Holland/Community Ice locker room area at noon to receive their All Star jersey and locker room assignments.
Concessions will be available for purchase at the Holland/Community Ice snack bar, including candy, chips, popcorn, gatorade, soda, bottled water, cappuccino, hot chocolate, and coffee. Please note, no outside food or drinks are allowed and there is a clear bag policy in effect for all spectators.
Who will be the winner of the 2019 Golden Comb Award? Which of these All Stars has the best hockey hair? Come to the All Star Game to see who wins this prestigious award.
The game will consist of:
* Three 20 minutes stop periods
* Penalties will be resolved by penalty shots. Players getting a minor and misconduct will serve the misconduct and a penalty shot will be awarded. Players getting a major and a game misconduct will be dismissed from the game and two penalty shots will be awarded
* Teams will have one 30 second timeout
* There will be one ice clean between the 2nd and 3rd period
* In case of a tie there will be a 5 player shoot out to determine the winner. If there is still a tie after the shootout, we will go to a sudden death shootout to determine the winner.
Team One Coaches: Garrett Poland, Fremont
Tom Shaffer, Westside
Erik Johnson, Millard West
Team Two Coaches: Tony Kopf, Millard South
David Ricchini, Millard North
Brian Kelly, Metro North
Any questions, please contact Katie Morrow at firstname.lastname@example.org
The All Star Game will played Saturday, January 19th on the main ice at Baxter Arena at 1:00 PM. Please come out and support your team mates.
|Team 1||Team 2|
|Creighton Prep||Danny Begley||Metro North||Logan Narduzzo|
|Creighton Prep||Vincent Cacioppo||Metro North||Joe Kastl|
|Creighton Prep||Max Cipolla||Metro North||Zach Brown|
|Creighton Prep||Everest Singh||Metro North||Shay Jenneman|
|Elkhorn||Peyton Sublett||Millard North||Corey Palmer|
|Elkhorn||Connor Berkman||Millard North||Noah Burch|
|Elkhorn||Jack Smiley||Millard North||Max Helm|
|Elkhorn||Mason Foley||Millard North||Gil Kubica|
|Fremont||Jax Sorenson||Millard South||Logan Pringle|
|Fremont||Reese Franzen||Millard South||Caleb Waschkowski|
|Fremont||Nate Dillon||Millard South||Cole Magill|
|Fremont||Spencer Sorenson||Millard South||Cade Hopkins|
|Millard West||Kade Grennan||Papillion||Zach Schubert|
|Millard West||Keegan Tinnes||Papillion||Austin Haynie|
|Millard West||Adam Walker||Papillion||Sam Pribyl|
|Millard West||Graham Peterson||Papillion||Brady Krajeski|
|Westside||Henry Zipay||TriCity||Wyatt Stevens|
|Westside||Michael Schilken||TriCity||Garrett Ferguson|
|Westside||Ben Kruzska||TriCity||Nate Obrecht|
|Westside||Cam Kully||TriCity||Ashton Calcaterra|
|goalie||Avery Drew||goalie||Alex Kopf|
|goalie||Eli Morrison||goalie||Ian Parker|
|goalie||Branigann Stalder||goalie||Brandon MacDonald|
Hello Omaha Hockey Club Players/Parents:
You are receiving this email because your age/level of play recommends a concussion baseline screening test. This test establishes a baseline that can be used to measure impact effect of a head trauma indicative of concussion.
This year Dr Holly Roberts, PhD (and fellow hockey mom) of the Munroe-Meyer Institute at UNMC is offering screening tests for Omaha Hockey Club Players.
When: Wednesday, December 19 at 6:30 PM (tests take 30 minutes to complete)
Where: Bellevue University Lozier Professional Center, 2810 N 118th Street (Room TBD)
Cost: $5.00 per test
- Tests are valid for players at the Bantam and above level (Coaches are welcome to obtain a test too)
-Test results are valid for 2 years and must be repeated after 2 years
-You MUST NOT be physically active for 3 hours PRIOR to the test to ensure validity
-In the event of a concussion, Dr Roberts will work with your/your child’s physician to review results.
Why are Baseline ImPACT Tests Important?
The baseline ImPACT® test is a preseason physical of the brain for athletes, tracking information such as memory, reaction time, speed, and concentration. It’s not an IQ or full neuropsychological evaluation, but rather a tool that can be compared with a later ImPACT test taken after a suspected concussion. The preseason and post-injury test results will be considered by a physician, along with a neurological exam, balance testing, detailed medical history, and the input of those around the injured athlete, to assess an injury. It will also help your care team determine when return-to-play is appropriate and safe.
Below is the OHC High School scholarship form. If you have a senior that is considering continuing his education past high school please take the time to fill the form out and submit your student! Deadline for submission has been changed to March 30th.