Addison Grizzlies Hockey Club

The Addison Grizzlies is a not-for-profit youth hockey organization for mite aged (8 and under) travel hockey players only.

The Addison Grizzlies is a not-for-profit youth hockey organization for mite aged (8 and under) travel hockey players only. The Grizzlies compete in the newly formed Chicago United Hockey League (CUHL) which is sanctioned by the Amateur Athletic Union or AAU. The Addison Grizzlies play approximately 24 full-ice league games plus playoffs and is not restricted by a maximum number of full-ice or a minimum number of cross-ice games throughout the season. The Addison Grizzlies is not affiliated with USA Hockey, the Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois (AHAI) or any of their affiliates.

Chicago Bruins Girls Hockey

Girls Goalie Alert:
This Saturday 4/7 Corinne Boyles will be at out 12:20 practice to work with the goalies. Please RSVP to [email protected] if you can attend!

Chicago Bruins Hockey Club

Our 2017/18 State Champions! Bruins Squirt Gold and Midget Major CS.

Midget Major CS is not done yet... On to Nationals - one more goal is in sight. Go Bruins!

Chicago Bruins Hockey Club

Congratulations to our Bruins Squirt Central States team on taking 4th place in the State Tournament. Congrats to Coach Stow, Coach Maeder and the players on an excellent season! Go Bruins!

Grizzlies Red game action vs. Nationals

Grizzlies 09 Black pre-game at the Illinois State Playoffs

Good morning Grizzlies! Welcome to tryouts Day 2. See you tonight at 5:50.

Weekly power skate with Christian Hmura | Addison Grizzlies

Development is what matters... NewsWeekly power skate with Christian Hmura July 21, 2017 17 The Addison Grizzlies are pleased to announce that Christian Hmura has been retained as the skating and skills instructor. Christian will be entering his second season with the Grizzlies leading weekly Power Skate and Skill Development for...

Mite Night Parent Meeting for Travel Teams | Addison Grizzlies

Are you interested in learning more about why the Grizzlies are consistently the premier mite hockey club in Illinois? For those considering travel teams only... NewsMite Night Parent Meeting for Travel Teams July 19, 2017 15 Are you interested in learning more about the Grizzlies and Bruins mite travel teams? If so, make sure to attend on 7/31 at 6:30pm at Addison Ice. Come and learn why the Grizzlies are consistently the premier mite hockey program in Illi...

Mite Registration Now Open | Addison Grizzlies

Registration is now open! NewsMite Registration Now Open July 14, 2017 24 Hello mite families- Registration is now open on the website. All families will need to register on the website. Even if you plan to register and pay in person your registration will still go through the website. A few important points to be aware of:…

Grizzlies Graduate 24 Players to AAA Programs for the 2017-18 Season | Addison Grizzlies

Best of luck to our Grizzlies alumni. We are proud of you and wish you all the best!
(P.S.,...don't forget we will see you at next years Grizzlies alumni game!) Congratulations to our 24 Grizzlies players that have graduated to AAA programs for the 2017-18 season. We are proud of you! Good luck and we look forward to watching your progress in the coming years.

Chicago Bruins Hockey Club

Happy Spring Grizzlies and a Happy Mother's Day to all of our fabulous hockey moms! A few updates to share...

A note from our President (handsome devil, 'aint he?) as he celebrates our Coaches of the Year, our championship teams, in addition to sharing club and rink updates. Click the link below and enjoy. Go Bruins!

Hockey Weekly | Your souce for Amatuer Hockey | National tourney crowns 6th year of AAU ‘real hockey’ | Homepage Slider

Grizzlies featured in Hockey Weekly... It’s hard to believe that Amateur Athletic Union’s “real hockey” has just wrapped up its sixth season. “Of course, as the old saying goes, ‘Time flies when y...

And don't forget these beauties....Congrats 08Black on your AAU National Championship!!!

Congratulations to our 08Black team on their 8U Tier 1 AAU National Championship victory! The team played the New York Gladiators and won 3-2 in exciting heart stopping fashion. Great season boys and girl! Congrats to Coach Scott Maeder on a record setting season!

Here we go!! Championship game ready to start!

‪08 Black Defeat the Plymouth Kings 5-2 in the semifinal, on to the championship game tomorrow at 8am! #letsdothis #OneMore ‬

‪08 Black meeting with coach before the semifinals #prep #wegotthis‬

[03/25/17]   ‪That's a Win for the 08 Black Team this morning, onto the Semifinals this afternoon! #Semifinal

Warm ups before game 3 vs. Westland Wolves.

These kids did it again! 08 Black win their second game. Ready for tomorrow! Puck drops at 8am!

‪'08 Black Team win their first game against the Halton Ravens in the 2017 AAU North American Championship #letsdothis #onegameatatime ‬

Does talent really matter at 8U?

Good article. We don't agree with all of it, but the core message is 100% accurate. The best mite will in most cases not turn out to be the best bantam. And at some point it all evens out and the 'good' kids will look average amongst their peers as time goes on. As kids grow, get bigger, stronger, and most importantly gain maturity.... they catch up to the kid who was a standout player at age 7 and 8. The exceptions are Panarin, Crosby, Kane, Toews.... you get the point. Talent is fleeting. At first glance, it’s easy to compare your little skater with others on his or her team. But at such a young age, does it really matter? And do the hockey skills your 8-year-old shows today give any indication of how good they’ll be as a teenager and beyond? Former NHL defens

Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois - AHAI

Congrats to our Grizzlies alumni on their Squirt A state championship!! Some things never change...

‪Congratulations to the Chicago Bruins - 2017 10 & Under Squirt A Illinois State Champions‬


Ten-year-old signed to NHL due to parents’ coaching from stands Riverview — A 10-year-old boy from Riverview has become the youngest player to sign a contract with the National Hockey League, thanks to the relentless onslaught of shouting that he received…

Congratulations to the 09Red team for winning the tournament championship! This group of kids played against all 08 birth year teams. Great effort by all the parents and kids!

Congrats to the 09Red team on a 4-2 win today vs. an all 08 Phantoms 2 team. The team has advanced to the championship game tomorrow. Good luck!!!

[02/14/17]   Valentine's Day riddle:
What has a record of 41-2, is extra scrappy, likes chicken fingers and chocolate milk, and flies like a Raven?

How to Be a Hockey Parent: Tips & Tricks for Youth Hockey Parenting!

Hyperbole. Mostly.

How to be a Youth Hockey Parent. Tips and Tricks to get your Youth Hockey Player from Mites to the NHL!

Addison Grizzlies Hockey Club's cover photo

Dads and Coaches vs the 08 Black Team tonight at the Rosemont 🌹outdoor rink! What a fun night!!

It's all true...

by This Hockey Mom

I never imagined myself a Hockey Mom, that destiny wasn’t even on the radar of possibilities. I had never watched the game - I grew up in basketball and football country. But clearly God had a plan for me. At the ripe old age of 6, my son, (a late bloomer by hockey standards) decided that he was taking up Canada's national sport after being exposed to the local ECHL team. The guys on this team fueled his Love of the sport as we became fast friends with them and they encouraged him every day. He worked hard EVERY day at the rink to "catch up" to those so far ahead of him!

Over the many years since then, I have repeatedly been asked “Why do You pay so much money for your son to play hockey?” People often times in sheer disbelief of the figures. But What no one (except for other hockey parents) understands is that my son (& I) have gained so much more than just his “playing hockey” from this experience and paying for the opportunity for him to be on a team is a small price compared to what he and I have been given in return!

Hockey has truly defined our lives now for more than a decade. Some of my favorite conversations have taken place in my car on the long road trips to and from games, with him quizzing me about “did you see” that goal, move, hit or assist. We have been a Mother and Son team, traveling together on a journey that I don’t really want to end.

This season as I watched him leave for his last year as a junior hockey player, all the memories from the last 14 years flooded in as he pulled out of the driveway to make his long trek across the country. Remembering the times so long ago that I had to help him put on all his gear and tie his skates. I’d give him one last instruction before he got on the ice - “Skate hard and keep your head up.” And then he’d grab his stick, depart the locker room strutting his stuff, but always looking to see where I was going to be in the rink during the game.

Now my time is spent watching him on the big screen TV from the comfort of my living room because he billets 2300 miles away playing Junior A level. Now I am always looking for his name and favorite number adorned across his back and I can’t help but be overcome by an intense feeling of pride. This emotion is not a reflection of his ability nor is it attached to his performance. (Although he’s had many moments of glory when my shouts from the stands can be heard across the arena.). But Rather, the love for him—my boy in the helmet, jersey and hockey socks—comes from an admiration of his dedication and determination he demonstrated from such a young age.

We sacrificed the normal way of life such as weekends and holidays with family. He’d sit in a classroom for seven hours a day and spend his nights on the road to the rink. He did his homework in the car and ate dinner on the run. He gave up hanging out with school friends and free time “because I’ve got hockey”. He missed birthday parties, sleepovers and even prom to keep his commitment to the team or ensure a good night’s rest before a big game. But I know he made up for those losses with the values and experiences that he gained by being a hockey player.

So here is WHY I’ve paid so much…. I believe that his time on the ice has taught him things he couldn’t have learned by sitting on the couch at home. He has learned how to be a teammate and how to make a sacrifice for others. He has learned how to pick himself up by the boot straps and make the most of every situation. He has learned to deal with disappointment. He has learned about determination, dedication and what it takes to reach your goals. He has learned about work ethic and knows that you earn what you are willing to work hard for. And he has friendships and bonds with young men that will provide him wonderful memories and connections that he will have forever!

I sent my little boy to play hockey and hockey has returned him to me as a respectable, dedicated, determined, fine young man! And I thank him for making me a HOCKEY MOM. I will forever cherish my spot on the glass watching and cheering him on because these years have become PRICELESS!

08 Black win the Detroit CanAm Showcase Series championship game against Down River Warriors 6-1! Way to go kids!!!

Coach Scott with the cup! Great win Coach!! #becauseitsthecup #bestcoach #grizzlies

[01/16/17]   08 Black defeat Pittsburg Jets 5-1 in a tough battle. Next game tomorrow morning against Down River Warriors.

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