GNH Warriors Split Season Midget Are National Bound
The Greater New Haven Warriors are excited to announce the formation of our 18U Tier 2, 16U Tier 2 and 15U Prep team for the upcoming 2019-20 season. Each team will practice once a week along with playing a high level 20-25 game schedule that also includes playing in 2-3 in season tournaments. The teams will compete in the CHC Tier 2 with the winners of the CT State tournaments that are moving on to compete in the USA Hockey Tier 2 National Championships.
The Warriors will also continue to offer our high school prep half season teams. These teams will also practice once per week and play 15-20 game season including one tournament.
The Warriors are proud to announce the Coaching Staff for the Split Season Declared teams:
18U – Head Coach Zach Currie Quinnipiac 13’
Asst Coach Nick Szerbinski Quinnipiac 15’
16U – Head Coach Dennis Mastriano Quinnipiac 95’
Asst Coach Jesse Kane St Lawrence 98’
15U – Head Coach Bryan Leitch Quinnipiac 09
Asst Coach Tom Roche Quinnipiac 78’
Saturday, April 13th
15U/16U 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
18U 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Sunday, April 14th
15U/16U 8:00 am - 9:30 am
18U 7:10 pm - 8:40 pm
If you have any questions regarding the 15U, 16U, 18U or high school prep please contact the GNH Warriors Director of Hockey Operations Bryan Leitch by email or phone 203-676-5229.
Commitment Day is Wednesday, March 20th 6-8 pm at Northford Ice Pavilion Red Rink!
The GNH Warriors would like to congratulate all of the players on an outstanding tryout. Players and their parents/guardians should come to the rink anytime between 6 and 8 pm to sign their contracts and make a $300 commitment payment. Tables will be set up outside the GNH Warriors office in the Red Rink for Mites, Squirts, and Peewees to sign up and greet their new coaches. We look forward to seeing you soon!
2019-2020 Travel Tryout Results
The organization is very proud to announce the following teams:
Congratulations to the Greater New Haven Warrior Squirt A’s for an undefeated series of five games at the Tier 2 New England District Regional tournament in Auburn, MA. The team defeated the Canton, Mass Bulldogs in the championship game, 5-3, and were named the 10U Tier 2 New England District Regional 2019 Champions!
Mite Goalies Wanted: If your son or daughter is interested in playing goalie for next season, please email Dennis Mastriano at or mention it at check in tonight. The Warriors can provide your son or daughter with goalie equipment. Goalie training provided by CT Crease.
On your way out of the locker room, please place your tryout jersey in the return box. Board members will be taking inventory of the jerseys after each tryout verifying that your son or daughter returned his or her jersey. We thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Commitment Day will be Wednesday, March 20th 6-8 pm
when players and their parents/guardians sign their contracts and make a $300 payment.
All Tryouts and Commitment Days will be held at Northford Ice Pavilion.
EJEPL CHAMPIONS! Greater New Haven Warriors Squirt A team defeated the Midstate Mustangs in the EJEPL championship game on Sunday, February 3rd in Aston, PA. Congratulations to all the players and their coaches on a great weekend of hockey and for bringing home the GOLD!!!!
This year, the Greater New Haven Warriors Youth Hockey League decided to donate toys to the children at the Milford Boys and Girls Club and Toys for Tots through the help of WTNH Gr8 Holiday Give. For two weeks, the Travel teams and Mite Development participated in a friendly competition to see which team would donate the most presents. The teams donated over 150 toys. The Bantam A team donated 35 toys, which was the most of any team. Additionally, for his birthday, a Mite Development player asked all of his friends to donate a toy to the cause in lieu of birthday gifts. On Thursday, December 13, WTNH highlighted the GNH Warriors players and their giving spirit on the 6 o’clock news. Appreciation goes out to the parent managers, who helped communicate this great event to our families. Abundant gratitude to all the families that contributed. It was great to see the Warriors' families come together, and donate this time of year to families less fortunate.