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Official information from USA Hockey website about the coronavirus (COVID-19)

We continue to regularly monitor concerns associated with coronavirus (COVID-19) and wanted to take a moment to provide an update as it relates to USA Hockey activities, including upcoming District and National tournaments at all levels.

Our top priority, as you know, is the safety of everyone involved with USA Hockey. We’re extremely fortunate to have Dr. Michael Stuart from the Mayo Clinic as our chief medical and safety officer, someone who brings vast experience, connectivity across the country and world, and an even hand in helping guide our organization on safety-related issues.

Dr. Stuart, who is also a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation Medical Committee, has shared the importance that everyone follow the guidelines below and regularly visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization websites for additional information:

  • Practice frequent and meticulous hand-washing with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and/or sneezing with a tissue or flexed elbow
  • Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms
  • Quarantine anyone who is sick (players, coaches, parents, roommates)
  • Ensure safe food sources; thoroughly cook meat and eggs
  • Handshake lines after games should include fist bumps with gloves on
  • Use individual water bottles; do not share them
  • Towels should not be shared in any way

While the coronavirus is without question a significant concern, as of today, all activities within USA Hockey will go on as planned. It is important to note, however, that the situation is fluid and we will provide updates as warranted.

It is worth noting that as of today, there are no directives from the CDC to avoid domestic travel, limit large groups or cancel sporting events.

Thank you for your diligence in following the guidelines above and continuing to stay engaged with this important topic.

2020-2021 Tryout Registration

Welcome to the Scarsdale Youth Hockey 2020-21 season tryouts.  Tryouts will be held at the Westchester Skating Academy in Elmsford, NY.  We are looking forward to another fantastic season filled with fun, skill development and success!

***Goalies Tryout for free****

Tryout Schedule

***Dates for all Travel Teams will be announced soon***


General Information

·       Tryouts will cost $100 for Mites (U8) / $150 all other age groups

·       Goalies tryout for free

·       Parents can pre-register players ahead of tryouts at the link below

·       A $25 fee will be assessed to walk-ups, payment can be made in cash or by check (payable to:  Scarsdale Youth Hockey Association).

It is strongly encouraged that players attend both tryout dates for their respective age group.


Players interested in our 8U-Learn to Hockey Skate (LTHS or 'Mite Black') programs do not need to attend tryouts.


All travel teams (except Mites) will participate in the Hudson Valley Hockey League.  Division placements are subject to change due to skill level and team composition.


For more information, please contact:

2019 - Squirt A - Philadelphia Pre Season Challenge - Finalist

2019 - Squirt A - Philadelphia Pre Season Challenge - Finalist

2019 Mite A - St Patrick’s Day Slammer Tournament

2019 Mite A - St Patrick’s Day Slammer Tournament

2019 Squirt A - BRONZE MEDALIST - Can/Am Challenge Cup - Lake Placid

2019 Bantam A - Boston March Classic - Finalist.

2018 Pee Wee Mountain King - CHAMPIONS

2018 Pee Wee Mountain King - CHAMPIONS

2018 Mamaroneck Turkey Shootout Champions - Mite

2018 Mamaroneck Turkey Shootout Mite - CHAMPIONS

2018 Columbus Day Squirt A - CHAMPIONS

2018 Liberty Cup Spring Classic Pee Wee A - CHAMPIONS

2018 Big Bear Mountain King - Pee Wee A - CHAMPIONS

2018 Big Bear Mountain King - Pee Wee A - CHAMPIONS

2017 Niagara Falls Columbus Day PW 2- CHAMPIONS

2017 Niagara Falls Columbus Day PW 2 - CHAMPIONS - final game was a 4-0 shutout

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