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TRY HOCKEY FOR FREE 2021

TITANS ANNUAL COMMUNITY EVENT RETURNS AFTER COVID HIATUS

After a Covid hiatus, the Titans held its annual Try Hockey for Free community event on Sunday Oct. 24th at Fort Dupont Ice Arena. As always it was a BLAST! We had 29 participants: tots who'd never been on the ice before, roller skaters trying out the ice, and ice skaters who wanted to see what it's like to play with a hockey stick. Many 10U, 12U and 14U Titans, and even an alum, turned out to volunteer with assisting.

CLASH OF THE TITANS

TITANS 10U BLUE SQUIRTS WIN THE 2019 JOE LOSCHIAVO CUP - CCHL DIVISION TITLE


CCHL Cup Division IV Championship Game came down to a Clash of the Titans, our 10U Blue v 10U Silver teams!


Titans 10U Blue team takes the CCHL Division IV Title! Congrats to all the players who were led through this season by Head Coach Ryan Smith. Go Titans!

2022 TITANS CCHL CUP: 10U AND 12U SEMIFINALISTS

Congratulations to our 10U and 12U Titans CCHL Division III Teams - after a challenging hockey season with COVID-19 rules and scheduling - both teams demonstrated true grit by reaching the playoffs (Seed #2) of the Joe Loschiavo Memorial Cup. Thank you for a great season! 


Titans 10U Squirts Team gather after a home game

2021-22 SEASON IS UNDERWAY: TITANS ARE BACK ON THE ICE


Longtime Titan Charlotte Anderson anchoring our 14U Middle School / Bantam Team, which is in the CCHL starting this season

TITANS 8U - MITES ON ICE AT WASHINGTON CAPITALS GAME


CLICK IMAGE - VIDEO OF 8U TITANS - MITES ON ICE: WASHINGTON CAPITALS


GOOD READING ON YOUTH SPORTS

What Sports Parents Can Learn From a Town in Vermont That Produced 11 Olympians

Norwich has sent its kids to the Olympics while largely rejecting the hypercompetitive joy-wringing culture of today’s achievement-oriented parents. In Norwich, kids don’t specialize in a single sport, and they even root for their rivals. Parents encourage their kids to simply enjoy themselves because they recognize that more than any trophy or record, the life skills sports develop and sharpen are the real payoff. The town’s approach runs counter to the widespread belief — propagated by those perpetuating the professionalized youth sports complex — that athletic excellence and a well-balanced childhood cannot coexist."

The Secret to Norway's Olympic Success

Tore Ovrebo, director of elite sports in Norway, says that "in Norway, organized youth sports teams cannot keep score until they are 13. “We want to leave the kids alone,” says Ovrebo. “We want them to play. We want them to develop, and be focused on social skills. They learn a lot from sports. They learn a lot from playing. They learn a lot from not being anxious. They learn a lot from not being counted. They learn a lot from not being judged. And they feel better. And they tend to stay on for longer.”

9-year-old hockey players deliver a lesson in decency

Wondering whether we can still find grace and honor anywhere around Washington? Yes, you can. It was on full display Sunday afternoon at a hockey rink.

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