Sno-King is a c3 non-profit organization dedicated to youth hockey on the Eastside. Since our inception in , we have provided the opportunity for players from ages 4 to 18 to participate in organized, competitive hockey. We are the largest youth hockey organizations in the region with over 1, participants: in competitive programs and in the Learn to Play programs. As a community that loves hockey, we feel fortunate to provide the opportunity for young people to play this great sport! Our mission is building and sustaining a premier regional youth amateur hockey program by providing quality education and training for the development and success of young people in hockey and life skills. We Build Players for Life. Sno-King is dedicated to the support and development of our players and youth hockey in the region.
The new arena is currently scheduled to open in summer This project is in response to the recent National Hockey League announcement awarding a professional franchise to Seattle. This expansion will more than double the size of Sno-King, allowing the organization to meet the increased demand for ice time on the Eastside for the foreseeable future. We explored and exhausted many options on the Eastside and determined that this has the best potential given the location and financial structure.
Sno-King is proud to offer a variety of hockey programs for all age groups. Our mission is to Build Players for Life and competitive hockey offers an extraordinary opportunity to teach both hockey skills and life lessons that will benefit a player in all aspects of their life and for a lifetime. For more information, visit the different links below. Our Learn To Play programs are focused on learning the skills of a great sport in a fun and challenging environment. Players learn the fundamental skills of how to skate, handle a puck with a stick, and many other valuable life skills.
There are only Select teams in this age group. For information on a specific team click the appropriate link below. As part of the annual meeting there will be an election for four Board seats beginning at approximately pm. Candidates will give a short speech and then the members in attendance will be asked to vote to fill four Board seats. Only one vote per member family in good standing may be cast.