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Help BHC Families Impacted by the Marshall Fire

DAWG Nation has graciously offered to help collect donations for Boulder Hockey Club Families. 100% of the proceeds will be distributed to families that need it.

CLICK HERE TO HELP SUPPORT BHC FAMILIES

A few questions that you may have about the process:

  • Is DAWG Nation a nonprofit?
    • Yes, we a 501c3 nonprofit
  • Are donations tax deductible?
    • Yes, we are a 501c3
  • Are all donations going to families in need?
    • Yes, 100% of the funds generated on this will go to Boulder Hockey to distribute to the families in need
  • Is DAWG Nation making any contributions?
    • Yes, we have already committed to a $10,000 contribution to the fund.

Colorado Avalanche + Pure Hockey Equipment Program

The Colorado Avalanche, CAHA, Pure Hockey & Toyota have teamed up to support players of all ages that have been affected by the Boulder County Fires. 

If you or your youth player have lost equipment we'd like to replace it at no cost

Please complete the equipment request form below and someone will be in contact to set up a time for you to visit Pure Hockey ASAP so they can properly fit and replace all needed equipment to keep your family on the ice.

EQUIPMENT REQUEST FORM


Needs Assessment Form

For those that need assistance with anything at all, please fill out the Needs Assesment Form. BHC staff will work with individual families to provide help in any way we can!

If there are other needs that your family is aware of, please do not hesitate to reach out to one of our staff directly.

Chris Lockrem - Hockey Director

Greg Sodbinow - Hockey Ops Manager

Stacey Zis - Co-Chair, BHC Fire Relief

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Learn to Play & Learn to Skate

Interested in learning to play hockey? Check out SportStable.club to view upcoming sessions and register! Programs typically run once a week on Tuesdays or Saturdays.

Brand new to Hockey? Check out the Colorado Avalanche Mile High Mite program, where you can receive a FULL SET OF GEAR, 6 on-ice sessions, and more!

CO Avalanche Mile High Mites

Want more information? Contact Learn to Play Director, Jill Kombeitz (jkombeitz@sportstable.club), for details on the LTP program at the Sport Stable in Superior, CO!


Boulder Hockey Club COVID-19 Guidelines

Click on the document below to review all of the guidelines that the Sport Stable will be enforcing. 

  • Players and coaches must wear masks per city order. 
  • Symptom/temperature check will be required at check in for all participants/coaches.
  • Parents/Chaperones may be permitted in the building according to state/local/building guidelines.
  • One spectator per rostered player will be allowed to watch from the stands. Please refrain from spectating at ice level.
  • Players will have 15 minutes after the session to leave the Stable.
  • Players who cannot adhere to appropriate social distancing will be asked to leave the facility.
  • Each player must bring their own pre-filled water bottle (fountains will be shut off)

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Interested in learning to play hockey?

Check out Sport Stable's Learn to Play program in conjunction with Boulder Hockey Club.


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