Summer Registration Now Open
Please click on link below. You will need your 2020-2021 USA Hockey number. If you don't have it, the link will direct you to register for one.
The summer season is tentatively scheduled to start on Sun, Jun 14. Games will be played on Sundays and some Thursday nights this year.
The schedule of games will be posted on the Dragon Hockey Calendar as we know more.
The coaches would like to see as many players as possible play this summer to have fun and get in shape for the fall season. I know the coaches miss the players and I'm sure the players have missed getting together as a team.
We plan on fielding both a varsity and JV team.
To encourage all players to sign up, even those who will miss a few games, the board will be offering a special rate which will be determined by Monday night's board meeting. Originally, the season was going to be $375...stay tuned for a much better deal. Even if you can only make half the games, we still want you and feel the cost won't be a barrier.
Final info will be sent out by Tuesday. Registration will open up at that time. I ask that you register by Friday (or respond no if not interested) so we can get the team registered for the season.
We are looking to field both a Varsity and JV team this year.
Season Consists of 10 Sunday afternoon/evening games starting on Sun, May 3.
Games start no earlier than 1:00 and end no later than 10:00. No games over Memorial Day and Jul 4th weekends.
Playoffs for top 4 teams on Jul 26 and Aug 2. Likely will be north and south divisions so travel shouldn't be bad.
Coach Anderson will man the bench for Varsity and also JV when no conflicts.
Cost is $375...spring temp jerseys will be provided to new players if needed.
We realize there is a lot of travel during the summer league...it is common for players to miss a few weeks and the coaches understand.
CLICK HERE to Register
Dragons Win the Varsity Gold City Championship!
In a very tight back-and-forth game, Dragons beat Frisco 4-3 in regulation.
Frisco struck first, but Dragons led on the scoreboard for most of the second and third periods.
Scoring for the Dragons were Wood 2G, Mondou 1G1A, Hamilton 1G1A, M. McManus 1A, Preston 1A, Gonzalez 1A, and Goalie M. Evans with 1A.
The Dragons had a great time playing against the Fort Worth Police Department.
There was a huge turnout for the game which raised funds for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in memory of Ryan Alexander Cussnick. After nearly every Dragon scored a goal or two, the final score of the game was 4-3 Dragons (some questionable scoring practices were employed).
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