For players and parents new to New Trier Hockey Club - including rising bantams who will attend NT in the Fall.
Learn about the New Trier Hockey Club and its Spring Program.
Saturday, Feb. 25th @ 9:00am
Winnetka Community House, room 211B
602 Lincoln Ave, Winnetka
Led by Bob Melton, NT Hockey Director and Green & White Varsity Head Coach
Meet current New Trier Hockey Club Players
Questions: Tara Kochman, Registrar
Coach Melton's Varsity Spring Hockey Clinics:
Rob Malstrom’s Trevian Spring Hockey Program:
NTHC honors all of its graduating Seniors!
JV celebrated on Jan. 26th at their game vs. Barrington.
Blue celebrated on Jan. 31st at their game vs. GBS.
Green will celebrate on Feb. 8th at their game against York.
Congrats and best of luck boys!
Congratulations to NT Green on winning the SHL Coach's Trophy for finishing the season in first place!
In addition congratulations to the following boys for being selected to AHAI's all state team: William Baldwin, Charlie Burton, Tommy Cahill, Michael Graham & Jack Raith!
Congrats to the following players for making the IHSHL All Star teams. The games will be played this Saturday afternoon at West Meadows Ice Arena.
White: Mark Ashmore, Alex Cardonick, Henry Freedman, Bobby Soudan, Jakob Travis
Gray: Wilson Cook, Ben Schmeissing
In what has become a Homecoming weekend tradition, New Trier hockey players once again joined forces with the local communities in the fight against pediatric cancer. On Saturday, October 15th, players from the boys’ and girls’ teams spread out in Winnetka, Glencoe, Wilmette and Northfield to collect donations for the Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation. Established in 1992 and named in memory of eight-year-old Barrett "Bear" Krupa, who died after a courageous five and a half year battle with Wilms Tumor, the Foundation’s mission is to eliminate pediatric cancer and to provide hope and support to those who are touched by it. Through its “Bear Discoveries” and “Bear Hugs” programs, the Foundation funds cutting-edge research and provides for the immediate needs of the children and families battling the disease.
New Trier Hockey’s efforts on October 15th, combined with an online challenge (won by the Blue Team!), raised a remarkable total of $16,500, which easily surpassed last year’s record total. One hundred percent of the money collected went directly to Bear Necessities and will be used to brighten the lives of Chicago area pediatric cancer patients and to provide essential support for their families.
As in prior years, the success of this year’s fundraising event would not have been possible without the generous support of residents in the New Trier communities, players’ families and friends, and the following local businesses where players collected donations on October 15th: Dunkin Donuts in Glencoe, the Wilmette French Market, the Grand Food Centers in Winnetka and Glencoe, No Man’s Land Pizza & Grill in Wilmette, Once Upon a Bagel, Panera Bread in Wilmette, Ridgeview Grill, Starbucks in Winnetka, Glencoe and Wilmette, Three Tarts Bakery and Café, and Walker Bros. Original Pancake House in Wilmette. Please remember to support those who support the Club and its philanthropic activities!
Check out the Philanthropy Page to see how our players are giving back to their communities and for ways that your player or team can donate their time.
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The New Trier Hockey Club provides student-athletes with opportunities to participate at the highest level of high school hockey in an environment which promotes development of skills, teamwork, sportsmanship, and competitiveness, while recognizing a commitment to academic success.
The New Trier Hockey Club has a Policies and Procedures tab on the website to give you year round access to this valuable information, and to keep you up to date on improvements.
Also available for you easy access is the NTHC social media policy. This policy encompasses all of the NTHC community (coaches, players, parents and board members) and make us one of the most progressive programs in the state in this regard. Click Here to learn more!