Events

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Feb
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SPORT MEDICAL FOR 2019/2020 REGISTRATION

PLAYERS BORN 2001, 2004, 2007 , 2012,  as well as 1969, 1974, 1989, 1999 ( if their present medico will expire during season 2019/2020) WILL NEED A NEW SPORT MEDICO  FOR SEPTEMBER 2019 REGISTRATION.

2012 and under needs a General Medical Certificate.

NEW PLAYERS NEED A SPORT MEDICO FOR REGISTRATION.

Find the sport medical centre list under registration. In September sport medicals centres are very busy. MAKE AN APPOITMENT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (from now on) for Sept.2019 registration as without the Sport Medico or at least a date of appointment for Sport Medico, no registration will take place.

New Season 2019/2020 Announcement

Dear old and new members,

The season will start with outdoor off ice on September 1st and on ice on September 8th. We expect to have sufficient ice to have each team training on ice each day for the full week of September 8th. The regular season will start on September 14th. We will have similar training schedule as last year with exception of Thursday. Due to COSL taking extra ice hours on Thursday evening for speed skating, Huskies will have 1h of ice on most of Thursdays instead of 2h. We are trying to resolve this situation with Ministry of Sport and VDL. But meanwhile, we get these hours compensated on selected Mondays and Sundays. We also got preliminary allocation of indoor gyms for regular off ice training. Times are on Mondays and Tuesdays evenings and Saturdays first half of the day. The final confirmation will be released by VDL Services de Sports in early September. 

 

We plan to arrange season opening party on picnic grounds in Kockelscheuer on September 15th with possibility to sell or exchange 2nd hand ice hockey gear. More details on this, as well as regular schedules and registration procedure will follow end of August. 

 

We wish you a nice remaining of the summer, 

Huskies Board

Our youngest Huskies players celebrated Christmas on ice!

Last weekend, our youngest Huskies players celebrated Christmas with a visit from Santa himself and our beloved Mascot!

Thank you all team managers who made this possible and also our dear volunteer parents, who made this an enjoyable day @the rink! ðŸ™Â

 
 
 

Huskies represented by 2 players at next year's 3on3 hockey tournament in Lausanne!

 
We are extremely proud to annonce, that at next year's Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne 2020, Huskies will have two players participating!
 
Lina Meijer and Nicolas Elgas are those two players who will represent not just Huskies but Luxembourg in January when the first IIHF-sanctioned 3-on-3 hockey tournament will be played.
 
The athletes for the eight men’s and eight women’s team qualified through the National Skills Challenge that served as qualification event in the 40 participating countries making it not easy to qualify.
 
Well done Lina and Nicolas!
 
More about the tournament and full roster here.
 

How to Watch the Winter Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020

IF you want watch the Winter Youth Olympic Games and follow our two very own Huskies players, read below!

 

Live Streaming Schedule Available at olympicchannel.com

Dedicated YOG Coverage: Viewers can watch a dedicated Youth Olympic Games Channel daily from 10 to 22 January on the Olympic Channel, YouTube and connected TV devices such as Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Android TV and Roku. The dedicated 24/7 streaming channel will feature both live and tape-delayed event coverage in addition to daily highlights shows.  
 
Live Streaming: Event coverage across the Winter YOG competition will available both live and on-demand on the Olympic Channel and its apps for mobile and connected TV devices.
 

Daily Live Show: The action-packed “Olympic Channel Live Show” will showcase news, trending stories, highlights and interviews in a round-up of the day’s events in a fun and interactive format. The live show will stream on Facebook, Twitter and olympicchannel.com daily at 17:30 CET.

The Winter YOG are a multi-sport competition for young elite athletes from around the world between 15 and 18 years old and will feature an equal number of male and female athletes.