All Games are played at the Daytona International Skateway
Saturdays 12pm-2pm (4/1, 4/8, 4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 6/3)
Eight week season
Jersey and sticks provided free
Register as team or individual ages 07, 06, 05
Required Equipment: Sneakers, Helmets with facemask, Gloves, and sticks.
Optional Equipment: Shin/knee pads, elbow pads, mouth guard, athletic supporter, and shoulder pads
8 FREE PUBLC SKATE PASSES TO USE DURING STREET HOCKEY SEASON
For more information or if you have any questions contact:
If you are interested in playing for the Jr A USPHL Daytona Racers
The Daytona Racers are proud to announce the hiring of their 2016-17 USP3HL Coaching Staff:
Ed Fritz is coming to the Racers from Salem State University. He was a graduate assistant coach of both the Men’s and Women’s NCAA programs. He was also the Goalie coach for both programs as well. Ed is very skilled at video analysis and evaluations. Ed will be the Daytona Racers youth organization Goalie coach, and will be running Goalie specific clinics and camps all year long. He is an extremely hard worker and will bring a NCAA professionalism with him as he leads the Racers to success in the future.
Charlie Watson comes to the Racers from the WSHL San Diego Sabers. He was the Sabers Head coach last year. We found out Charlie wanted to be in Florida and jumped on the opportunity to have a coach of his ability as part of our program. Charlie brings over 25 years of high level coaching experience. He will also be the head coach of the u16AA Daytona Racers EJEPL team this year. Please join me in welcoming Ed and Charlie to our hockey family.
Head Coach Ed Fritz will be assisted by coach Charlie Watson and returning assistant coach, Eric Paul – a staff that combined have over 50 years of professional, NCAA, Junior and youth hockey experience.
“We are excited to have Ed and Charlie to lead our team this season. They bring a combination of passion, experience, and knowledge that will help our players develop to their highest potential. They are both going to be very involved in the beach communities so keep your eyes out for them.” Said Kravetz
We will be fielding an 03-04 Futures team, an 01-02 prospects team, and a Jr showcase team 00-97. Players for these teams will be selected from the players who are participating in the Spring Sunday training program. The cost is only $350 for 8 weeks of training. Each week players will skate for two hours with coaches Kravetz, Fritz, Yarbrough, Pineault, and Hollweg. Players will participate in intense hockey specific off ice training, and video sessions with former NCAA DIII Salem St video coach and current Racers Head Jr coach Ed Fritz. The Showcases are a separate cost each showcase is $275.00 players pay for their own travel.
Training dates are:
3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/2, 4/9, 4/30, 5/7, 5/21.
Futures at 11:45am
Training and video for all players is 2p-4p.
USPHL Spring Showcase
Memorial Day in Fl.
Additional Training $25
Monday Night Elite Drop in 8:15pm
Thursday Night Skills Clinic Time TBA
You must be selected to participate in this program it is for high level hockey players only. If you would like to participate please contact Ryan Kravetz. More details about each team will be provided once selected to play. We are only accepting a limited amount of players at each level.
COMPLETE THE BILLET REQUEST FORM BELOW AND 'SUBMIT'. WE WILL GET BACK TO YOU AND ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS.
Our goal is to have a great majority of our team from the Daytona/Orlando/ Jacksonville area in order to provide future opportunities for our local hockey community. However, our program success and training concepts attract interest from players all over the U.S. as well as Canada and Europe - and we do take players from out of the area. All our players demonstrate the potential and desire to compete at college levels and beyond.
PLAYERS OUTSIDE THE LOCAL AREA NEED HOUSING WITHIN PROXIMITY TO OUR HOME RINK AT THE DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SKATEWAY
In order to for these players to take advantage of the opportunity to play with us, they need families willing to share their homes, and make it a ‘home-away-from-home’ for them. Let us explain our billeting program.
WE HOPE YOU CAN BE ONE OF OUR BILLET HOST FAMILIES
Families receive a monthly billeting stipend for each player ($350-$450/month) and some families have housed more than one player as they travel together and are company to each other. Host families can be 2 parent families, single parent families, as well as empty nesters OR even a family of a local youth or junior player. Our past experience with billet families has been a great success.
We take players with great character that are focused on academics and development – not to be a burden on families. Our players are here to fulfill their quest to continue their education and hockey careers. Billet families provide the opportunity for such players to remain focused and compelled to achieve.
Hosting a Daytona Racer junior player is a great experience, whether you have a house full of your own kids - or you live alone. They'll bring energy and excitement under your roof and you'll get to know a great bunch of parents and people who are associated with our junior teams.
Players arrive in the Daytona area in mid-late August (when school starts generally) and will stay through to the end of our junior season – which will hopefully be the USAH National tournament about April-1st. Some players have special situations in which a player may have to finish their academic courses after playoffs are over, extending their stay longer. High school players will likely stay until the end of the school year and continue to train with local junior players after the season and prepare for upper-level prospect camps. Some players choose to head home on weekends, or during various holiday breaks in our schedule. We do travel on many weekends where the team takes care of all lodging.
We are actively looking for families in the Daytona and Volusia County area to host one or more of our players this coming season. Our players will generally be in these two categories:
Players are required to provide bed and bath linens, personal care items, cell phones and computers and may have their own transportation and we will provide details of each player’s billet requirements. Players MUST obey all house and team rules and show respect and consideration towards all family members. They need to take care of their own belongings, laundry, ironing, dishes and clean up after themselves.
YOUR GENEROSITY WILL NOT BE TAKEN FOR GRANTED.
This is a great opportunity to make lasting memories and lifelong friends and we would love to have you explore being a HOST BILLET FAMILY