News and Announcements
Hey Jumbos Nation,
We are looking to enter a team or two into the ASHA Sponsored Pond Hockey Tourney in Chenango Valley State Park from January 12th to the 14th. This looks to be a very fun and social event. Please see the attached photo for more info. We need to get a firm commitment from players so we can enter in the correct amount and levels of team(s). To avoid what has happened in the recent past we are going to require a $50 payment for a commitment to this event. The payment will be returned upon your attendance to the event. If you don’t attend after committing to the Tourney your payment will be put into the Jumbos general fund that covers the cost of registering teams for events. We need to register teams ASAP so please email me back by Saturday 11/25 to let me know if you are in or not. You can bring the payment to the practice on 11/26.
Time to start getting excited JUMBO NATION!
JUMBOS SEASON STARTS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4th, 2017
9:20 AM (on ice time for both teams)
John A Ryan Arena, 1 Paramount Place, Watertown, MA 02472
BEFORE THAT DATE ALL PLAYERS (New and Returning)
MUST COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING…
1- REGISTER WITH ASHA at
2- REGISTER WITH JUMBOS on Jumbos website at
2nd set of drop down menus on right will say
“2017-2018 JUMBOS REGISTRATION”
Dust off your equipment and make sure everything fits properly and is clean and ready to go!
See you on the ice on November 4th!
Registration is now OPEN for the American Special Hockey New England Hockey Camp!!!
Last years camp was a HUGE HIT with everyone! This year is going to be even BIGGER AND BETTER!
Friday August 4th 9AM-4PM & Saturday August 5th 9AM-12PM
at Raymond Bourque Arena, Endicott College in Beverly, MA
Space is limited to 75 participants so sign up soon!
Registration must be complete by July 21, 2017
You DO NOT need to be an ASHA Special Hockey Team Member to participate in this camp.
Questions about the camp,
General questions contact
Participants must have their own (well fitting) protective hockey equipment and be able to communicate and function in groups with minimal physical redirection and able to attend to personal needs independently.
Parents are encouraged to stay to watch the camp and socialize with other parents during the camp activities.