The Board of Directors approved the coaches for the 2019/2020 TJHA Season. All coaches are listed on the youth page.
We would like to announce our 18U Travel Coach-
My name is Daniel Sosa, I grew up in Puyallup, WA and Learned to play hockey in Tacoma, as well as played minor hockey here and in Seattle. When I was 14 I was selected in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft by the Lethbridge Hurricanes. I then moved away to Omaha, Nebraska to play AAA midget, and pursue playing in the WHL. After this pursuit, I ended up going to college and not making Lethbridge, and moved on to focusing on graduating from school. Now I am looking forward to being the head coach of the U18 Travel team here in Tacoma.
Registration is now open!!!
Please join us in welcoming back The Daffodil Tournament to Tacoma Junior Hockey Association.
Daffodil Tournament 2020
April 4-7, 2020
- $499 8U Jamboree
- $899 10U Tournament
- 12U-18U information to come
The Daffodil Tournament will take place the First Weekend in April. It will feature up to (12), 10U teams from all over the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia. It will be HALF-ICE format and players will skate at Tacoma Twin Rinks in Tacoma, WA. Games for 10U teams will begin on Friday and continue until Sunday afternoon. The 8U Jamboree portion of the tournament is an ADM CROSS-ICE format. 8U will begin on Friday and finish up on Saturday.
Each team will get 4, 1 hour, 4 on 4 ADM cross ice games. There will be three games on the ice at a time. We will have up to 12 teams for this Jamboree.
10U Rec C Tournament-
This is a half-ice tournament with a 4 game guarantee! There will be two games on the ice at a time. We will have up to 12 teams. USA Hockey Rules Apply
Once all teams have registered we will send out a game schedule. For more information on this tournament please email email@example.com
Space is limited, first to pay, plays. Click Here to create an account, then purchase the 2020 Daffodil membership to register for the tournament.
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