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SCYHA is run by a dedicated group of volunteers. Countless hours of effort are put forth annually to make this recreational activity thrive in St. Cloud Minnesota. Please feel free to visit our contact page to reach any of the individuals involved. Or for general website information

SCYHA Mission

St. Cloud Youth Hockey Association will strive toward providing all members with a positive growing environment, which enhances a competitive spirit defining sportsmanship and respect for others through the sport of hockey.

Player Registration, Information & Fun Day!!

Coaches, 2017-2018 registration/application is now available!

Used Equipment Sale!

By webgeek 09/01/2017, 1:45pm CDT

2017 SCYHA Used Equipment Garage Sale

Here’s your chance to do a little Fall cleaning, make some money and help other hockey players find some equipment to re-stock their bag. The annual Used Equipment Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 on the Ritsche Arena concourse at the MAC.

Equipment check-in will begin at 8:00 AM and go until 10:00. Sales will begin at 10:00 AM with NO EARLY SALES. The sale will end at 1:00 PM. This sale is not limited to hockey equipment. Other sporting equipment is welcome too. Please make sure all protective equipment is in good, safe condition.

Price marking tags will be available for you to attach to your equipment but feel free to mark your items ahead of time. SCYHA will keep 10% of all sales. At the conclusion of the sale, any unsold items not picked up by 1:00 PM will be considered a donation to St. Cloud Youth Hockey. If you have questions contact Todd Tenvoorde (320-492-1040).


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Cold Dry Hands?

Great article about how useless a short bench is in youth hockey. Please encourage all to read! "The game is for the kids, all of the kids. Research nationwide tells us that players would rather play on a team that wins 50% of their games than sit on the bench of a championship team with little or no playing time. The bottom line is that all of the kids want to play."