We are now looking for volunteers for the first week of games and the entire season. Please review the schedule and choose a date that works for you. You can sign up via e-mail (email@example.com) or at the concession stand.
We are also forming a concession stand committee. Please see Christine at the concession stand or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
2013 Master Schedule
Hockey Equipment Discount
Receive 10% off hockey equipment when you mention "Lyndhurst Youth Hockey League" at the Inline Skating Club of America (ISCA) Pro Shop. ISCA is located at 170 Schuyler Avenue North Arlington, NJ 07031.
2013 LYHL Recreation Season
In the "Forms" tab to the left, please print and complete the "2013 LYHL Registration Form" to register a player for the 2013 LYHL Recreation Season (starting this autumn).
Lyndhurst High School Ice Hockey (2013-2014 Season)
Starting with the 2013-2014 season, ice hockey will now be a high school sport for Lyndhurst! Lyndhurst will be joining with the established Paramus program to form a high school ice hockey co-op. To help younger players get involved in ice hockey, the Paramus Junior Ice Hockey program will be offering clinics this month. The next one is scheduled for Sunday June 23rd at the Fritz Dietl rink (in Westwood). For more information, please visit: http://www.freeteams.net/paramusjrhockey
Required Equipment for All Players
Required Equipment for All Skaters The following equipment is required for all players in all divisions. Equipment must be properly worn while on the rink during all games and practices. • HECC-approved hockey helmet with full cage (or full visor) • Mouthguard attached to helmet (any color other than clear) • Shoulder pads (padded roller hockey shirt acceptable for older players) • Elbow pads • Hockey gloves • Protective cup • Padded hockey girdle (hip pads) or padded hockey shorts • Hockey knee/shin guards • Inline skates (every axle opening must have a wheel) • Roller hockey pants (sweatpants or track pants may be worn, no shorts) • Hockey stick with adequate butt end • Team jersey (LYHL provides each player with a matching team jersey for the season)
Required Equipment for All Goaltenders Goaltenders in all divisions are required to wear the following equipment: • HECC-approved goaltender mask • Mouthguard attached to mask • Neck guard • Goaltender body armor (or shoulder pads plus a chest protector) • Padded hockey girdle or padded goaltender shorts • Elbow pads (if not part of body armor) • Protective cup • Blocker • Catching glove (no baseball gloves) • Leg pads • Inline skates (every axle opening must have a wheel) • Roller hockey pants (sweatpants or track pants may be worn, no shorts) • Goaltender stick with adequate butt end • Team jersey (LYHL provides each player with a matching team jersey for the season)
Most local sporting goods stores carry this equipment. All pads and equipment available for ice hockey are suitable for roller hockey. Internet merchants are great resources for discounted equipment and hard-to-find sizes. Some websites are listed under the "Hockey Links" tab on the menu to the left.
2013 LYHL Championships Mite Division Champions | Blackhawks (National Sportswear) Midget Division Champions | Flames (Lyndhurst Fire Department) Junior Division Champions | Whalers (Villia Italia)
2012 LYHL Championships Mite Division Champions | Blackhawks (National Sportswear) Midget Division Champions | Sabres (Lyndhurst Emergency Squad) Junior Division Champions | Hurricanes (Uncle Matty's Tree Service)
2011 LYHL Championships Mite Division Champions | Oilers Midget Division Champions | Sabres (Lyndhurst Emergency Squad) Junior Division Champions | Hurricanes (Uncle Matty's Tree Service)
2010 LYHL Championships Mite Division Champions | Blackhawks (National Sportswear) Midget Division Champions | Flames (Lyndhurst Fire Dept.)
2009 LYHL Championships Mite Division Champions | Coyotes (Lyndhurst PBA) Midget Division Champions | Islanders (Sika Chemical)
2008 LYHL Championships Mite Division Champions | Red Wings (ISCA) Midget Division Champions | Maple Leafs (Keypoint Mortgage) Junior Division Champions | Bruins (Vitale's Restaurant)
2007 LYHL Championships Mite Division Champions | Red Wings (ISCA) Midget Division Champions | Islanders (Sika Chemical) Junior Division Champions | Bruins (Vitale's Restaurant)
NJYRHA Playoff Results 2007-2008 Season | Midget American Gold Champions (undefeated) 2008-2009 Season | Junior American Gold Finalists 2008-2009 Season | Senior Gold Finalists 2010-2011 Season | Junior National Gold Champions (undefeated) 2011-2012 Season | Junior National Gold Finalists 2012-2013 Season | Junior American Gold Finalists
Remembering James DeMuro
On August 10, 2011, the Lyndhurst Youth Hockey League lost a good friend of the program. James DeMuro was a dedicated coach of recreation and travel teams from 1997-2006. An avid fan of hockey and giving of his free time, Jimmy coached all of his boys in the program as well as many other young players over the years. Our condolences to his children and family, he will certainly be missed.
Felicia was never the type to want or seek acclaim for all the great work she did with the league. If you have ever had breakfast at the rink on a Saturday morning, or just picked up a cold drink from the concession stand, then you know how big a role she played in making sure each an every season ran smoothly. Also, her and her brother’s restaurant, Vitale’s, always purchased a board sign and sponsored a team.
Felicia was a key part of our program’s growth over the past few years, because without her help – and the help of everyone who volunteered their time in the concession stand – we wouldn’t have had the funds needed for referees, equipment, or the awards dinner each and every season.
Felicia’s dedication and contributions to our program will never be forgotten. On behalf of all the players and friends of the Lyndhurst Youth Hockey League, we want to say ‘thank you’ one last time.
We miss you…
~Lyndhurst Youth Hockey League Executive Board & Coaches
In lieu of flowers, the Roveda Family has asked that donations be made in Felicia's name to the American Cancer Society.