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NMICE is hosting a Try Hockey for Free event for children ages 4-11 years old (birth year 2008 or later who have never played ice hockey. It will be held at the Outpost Ice Arenas at 9530 Tramway Blvd NE on Saturday February 23rd from 3:00PM-4:00PM (ice time). Arrive early at 1:45PM to get fitted for hockey gear (equipment will be provided). USA Hockey certified coaches and volunteers from NMICE will assist with equipment fitting and instruction. Registration is required (see link below).
Any questions? Call Jaye Talbott at (505) 9741034 or
Jeff Thompson at (505) 717-6151
Try Hockey registration link:
Steps to register: 1) Go to the link above 2) Enter your zip code
3) Select our rink - Outpost Ice Arenas in the Sandia Heights
We look forward to introducing you to COOLEST sport on earth!
New Mexico Ice Hockey Foundation
January 9, 2019
Dear Hockey Parents and Players,
We are already in the process of planning the next hockey season and we request your specific input so we can most effectively organize our ice schedule, coaching assignments and other logistics.
As in all past seasons, NM Ice will have House teams at the following levels for the 2019-20 hockey season. All house teams will generally have two ice sessions weekly with teams divided up appropriately for the number of total participants.
For Travel hockey in 2019-20, with more ice time available, NM Ice will no longer require or encourage travel players to also play in the house program. Travel players that are interested in more ice time, however, will still be allowed to register to practice with house teams but will not be allowed to play house games unless specifically granted a waiver by the head house, head travel and specific team coaches.
NM Ice Travel teams at all levels will generally have four ice sessions weekly, with more as it may become available. NM Ice, with support from the Outpost Ice Arenas, is committed to the kind of experienced coaching we have had in recent years and, based on projected available players, we are tentatively planning the following travel teams:
Additionally, NM Ice would organize and support a B travel team at any level that interest and participation allow for. B travel players will be encouraged and allowed to also play on an house team.
Tournaments for NM Ice travel teams would be similar to this season with a commitment to try to have at least one and hopefully two tournaments in Albuquerque.
Please share this information with any player and/or family that you think may not have received it and go to the following Doodle Poll to let us know your interest and preferences for next season so we can plan effectively for another successful season for our growing NM Ice Wolves hockey program. Your participation in this Doodle Poll is extremely important to our ability to properly plan for next season.
Please let any one of us know if you have any questions.
Jeff Thompson - President NM Ice
Phil Fox - VP NM Ice and Director of Hockey Outpost Ice Arenas
Stan Hubbard - Head Travel Coach NM Ice
Were back in the news! Check-out this follow-up article about our Try Hockey event.
NMICE PeeWee Select wins 2018 Coyote Classic!
Check out our "Off Season" tab for a full list of spring/summer hockey opportunities.
Wow! We just learned from USA Hockey that we had the third highest attendance in the Nation at our event! Pretty good for a small organization in the desert! Great job! http://www.usahockey.com/news_article/show/895755
See a special thank you to our volunteers from Coach Tim below.
New Mexico Ice Hockey Foundation (NMICE) is a non-profit youth hockey organization run by a volunteer Board of Directors that offer youth hockey for a variety of age groups ranging from Mites (6 and under) up through including High School and competitive travel teams.
Our office is located in the Outpost Ice Arena at 9530 Tramway Blvd Northeast in Albuquerque, New Mexico. more info
New Mexico Ice Hockey Foundation Registrar
NMICE has successfully achieved Gold Status in the 2016-17 USAH "2 and 2 Challenge". Congratulations on your success and thank you for your continued commitment to driving youth hockey growth at the 8U level.