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Welcome to the Junior Gold High School Hockey League

The Junior Gold High School Hockey League oversees the Junior Gold/16 program in the greater Twin Cities Area. 

Handbook

Updates are made as needed.

Please note: The official version of the JGHSL Handbook is the online version posted below.

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Fees

League       $500

Playdown   $500

Minnesota Hockey Offers College Scholarships

Each year Minnesota Hockey offers a limited number of $1,000 scholarship awards to senior student/athletes properly registered with and participating on a youth Junior Gold team or Girl’s 19 & Under team of an affiliate association of Minnesota Hockey. These scholarships can be used at any post high school institution and will be a one-time award that will not need to be repaid. Application must be completed and returned to the scholarship committee.

Visit the Minnesota Hockey website for the application form & due dates

ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS

    Coaches' Certification/Re-certification Clinic

    This clinic is required for all coaches new to the Jr. Gold level regardless of their previous experience at lower levels. It will provide you with the information and perspective that will help you to coach at this level and have a fun and successful season. This clinic will allow you to increase your CEP level one level up to level 4. 

     

    The registration link is below and you must have your USA Hockey registration number in order to register. The registration fee will only be payable at the door.

     

    Date & Time:   Sat. Nov. 23  08:00 AM - 4:00 PM & Sun. Nov. 24 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Location:  Crown Plaza Minneapolis West, Campus Drive, Plymouth, MN

     

     Fee:  $100 (This includes a Continental type breakfast, lunch and beverages on Saturday,  Continental type breakfast and beverages on Sunday)

     

     USA Hockey Clinic Registration Link:  https://courses.usahockey.com/public/

     

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    2018 Results

    Player Training Tool

    The focus is on playing rules and can be done at a team meeting.

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