First Week of Evaluations is in the books—Week two starts on Monday


Thank you to the hundreds of players who attended the first week of evaluations. The response has been enormous, and we look forward to the second week of sessions, which kicks off on Monday, April 20th, with Goaltenders taking the ice.

PLAYERS: Remember to wear the same numbers that you wore during the week one Evaluation sessions.

Here’s the full schedule for week two:

Goalies (Mite, Squirt, Peewee) - 6:00 PMMidget 16 - 7:15 PMSquirt - 6:00 PMMite - 6:00 PM
Goalies (Bantam, Midget) - 7:15 PMMidget 18 - 8:30 PMPeeWee - 7:15 PMBantam - 7:15 PM

(Click here to view full Evaluation schedule.)

If you have not yet registered, it’s not too late to do so. Just Register on-line, and then let the registration staff know you’ve just registered when you arrive at the rink.

First-time registrants check-list:

  • Arrive early. Give yourself plenty of time to check in, confirm your registration, and get your jerseys and socks.
  • Bring full gear. (You will be supplied with practice jerseys and socks, but bring backups as a precaution.)
  • Bring a copy of your Birth Certificate. (New Players only.)
  • If you got a new USA Hockey Registration number for 2015-16, bring a printout at check-in.
  • Bring your completed USA Hockey Consent to Treat Form. (All Players.)


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On-Line Registration is Open


We are happy to announce that on-line registration for evaluations and the 2015-16 season is now active. Everything you need to know about evaluations, placements, and season fees can be found by clicking the “Registration/Payments” menu, or by clicking the link below. Thank you for your patience.

Click Here To Register

Phantoms Youth Faithful Pack Holiday Inn Conference Center for End-of-Season Celebration

Almost 800 players, parents, family, coaches, and invited guests celebrated the 2014-15 season on Sunday at the annual Phantoms Youth awards banquet. Club President Alec Weiss served as Master of Ceremonies as outgoing seniors were honored along side first-year Mites … individual awards and a scholarship were bestowed to high-achieving Midget 16 and 18 players … and every team was recognized and acknowledged in front of the giant crowd. From Squirt thru Midget, each team also awarded trophies to their top Defenseman, Player’s Player, Coaches Choice and MVP. Thank you to Shannon Leight, Phantoms Youth Special Events Coordinator, Dana Bender, Carol Mika and a host of others for putting together this outstanding event.

For more photos, click here. Complete list of award winners is coming soon.

Girls Hockey for the 2015-2016 Season!

PY-Girls-LogoThe first year of Girls Hockey with the Phantoms Youth was a success! With hard work and a little luck, everything came together for the inaugural season of our Girls Program! The Phantoms Youth Girls Division was accepted into MAWHA (Mid-Atlantic Women’s Hockey Association) and competed in the 14u Division against teams such as the Quakers, NJ Colonials, and Hershey Bears. We also started a Developmental Program for girls who are new to hockey but who really want to learn! We are excited to announce that Head Coach Lauren Patterson will be back again for next season and we have even more exciting plans in the works. Over the summer, the 14u Girls team will be participating in a mini-camp in Rochester run by Digit Murphy of the Boston Blades and Kacey Bellamy of the USA Olympic team! Following camp, they’ll be playing in the first tournament of the 2015 season! In addition to our 14u Girls travel team, we plan to field a 10u Girls travel team for this upcoming season. We also hope to add a 16u independent team, and we will continue our Developmental Program for girls who want to learn the game!

Some of the benefits to joining the Phantoms Youth Girls Program include additional one-on-one training with Dave Bauer, off-ice team building events, at least one practice with AHL Phantoms players and the excitement of belonging to a newly emerging girls program with opportunities to make a big impact!

Spread the word and join the fun! If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about what our Girls Program is about, please contact New Player Coordinator Karen Trackim by clicking here.

View or download the Phantoms Youth Girls Hockey Brochure: PY-Girls-Brochure-2015-16

Visit the Phantoms Youth Girls Hockey page.

High Performance Hockey Camp with Riley Cote is Coming in July


Riley Cote, former Philadelphia Flyer and current Assistant Coach of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, knows what it takes. Battling his way up the PRO ranks with his fearless attitude, hard work and intense training earned him the opportunity to play in the NHL.

High-Performance-Hockey-School-logoRiley now helps groom the Flyers biggest prospects, and he understands the many dimensions of what it takes to become an impact hockey player. His High Performance Hockey organization runs week long developmental camps and offers private lessons and clinics through out the summer months, and he will be bringing his Camp to the Steel Ice Center this summer, from July 27 to July 31. Reserver your spot today!

View/Download the Camp Brochure

Visit the High Performance Hockey Website

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