It is possible to make your team's calendar sync to any device that supports iCal. Here are instructions for Apple Devices.
Go to your team page and click the iCal button below the team calendar. Copy the link that appears in the pop-up. Make sure you do this from your TEAM PAGE not the Ice Dogs home page (or you will get ALL team schedules!)
Launch Settings on your iPhone or iPad
Tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars
Tap on Add Account... under the Mail section
Tap on Other.
Tap on Add Subscribed Calendar under the Accounts section.
Paste the text you copied in step 1 in the “Server” prompt
Change the description if you want.
In a minute or so you should see your device calendar has been updated with all games and practices. Any changes made to the calendar by the team manager or Ice Dogs will automatically be updated on your calendar.
Online registration is now closed. If you did not have the opportunity to register online please print out the paperwork and bring with you completed to first evaluation night.
On behalf of the Coaching Selection Committee, the Board is happy to announce the following coaches for the 2016-2017 season. Please click on the linked name for the coach's bio:
We are pleased to announce the results of our very first Board election conducted by an outside, independent agency. We are pleased to welcome back Pat McGinley as well as our new members; George Boyle, Chris Pico and Will Kelly. We would like to thank the departing Board members; Jenea Lomas, Capri Bonczek and Mike Esmond for their efforts and input into important Ice Dogs issues. We will be getting to work immediately on evaluations. Please stay involved and look for opportunities to join committees in order to help us keep the Ice Dogs one of the premier organizations in the DVHL. Thank you for your support.
Midget 18A are Atlantic District Champs!
In the DVHL final, the Ice Dogs 18A clinched the Atlantic District Championships with a 4 to 2 victory over the Quakers. Evan Dratch, who led all scorers in the 4 game tourney with 9 goals and 5 assists, sealed the victory with an empty net goal. The 18A team displayed balance scoring as 10 players lit the lamp, played stingy defense and had dominating goal-tending to win the title. The Ice Dogs 18A team are the reigning DVHL Champions.
Midget 18AA took on the Wildcats this weekend in the Atlantic District Championships. After dropping the first game by a score of 2-1, the Dogs came back for game 2 to defeat the Cats by a score of 3-1. In the final game, the Dogs went down 1-0 early, but came back to tie it up on a goal by Ethan Goodson with the assist by Ryan Lindsay. With less than 9 minutes left in the game, Zac Bennet fired in the go-ahead goal. The Dogs would hold them off the rest of the game, with Taylor Smith sinking an empty net goal to seal the win. The Dogs will go on to play in the USA Hockey National Tournament in Amherst, NY on March 31st to April 4th. Congratulations, Dogs!
The Ice Dogs are very proud of Eamon and wish him the best of luck in his future NHL career!