The Huskies will host their 30th annual Silver Stick tournament over Thanksgiving weekend with over 300 games to be played at 6 different venues on 12 sheets of ice.
October may be over but there is still one week left to collect in the October Saves Goalie Challenge. Our goalies are stepping up and raffling off baskets they put together themselves to raise more funds to fight cancer! Stop by Columbia Ice Rink until 6pm tonight, from 7:30-9:45am and 3-5 Sunday, 11/3, and from 9-7 on Nov 9 and enter to win! We’ve got a movie night basket, a Fortnite basket (available starting 11/3), a sports basket, and a basket of cheer, plus a 50/50! You don’t need to be present to win - winners will be drawn at 7pm on Nov 9. All funds for the baskets will be donated to October Saves to support women's and pediatric cancer research.
Pledges and flat donations are accepted up to 11:59pm on Nov 9. Visit OctoberSaves.org, and use the "Find a Goalie" feature to support the efforts of our goalies below:
Devin Brown-Bantam Blue
Jonah Boles-Bantam Blue
Gyan Cerwinski (Squirt Blue)
Aidan Clow (Squirt Silver)
Jayden Collins (Squirt Navy)
Dylan Collora (Bantam Silver)
William Culy (Peewee Silver)
Justus Hecht (Peewee White)
Matthew Pistner (Peewee Blue)
Sean Raynor (Midget 18U Silver)
Thomas Russell (Midget 18U Silver)
Bryce Schneider (Squirt Gray)
Carter Slowey (Bantam Gray)
Camden VanKirk (Lady Huskies)
Joseph Zibragos (Midget 16U Silver)
Director of Player Development
The Howard County Youth Hockey Club (HCYHC), also known as the Howard Huskies, is a not for profit hockey club started in 1971. At that time, there were 45 players. In the 2018 - 2019 season, we had well over 400 boys and girls playing.
The Huskies provide both recreational (CCHL) and tier-II travel (CBHL & EJEPL) hockey ensuring there is a team for every player’s skill and commitment.
We also host the largest SILVER STICK tournament in the United States every Thanksgiving weekend with over 100 teams.
Our Club’s emphasis is on sportsmanship, teamwork, and character; three themes you will hear woven throughout your experience.