The 46ers Hockey Club is looking for both interested coaches and players (birth years 2015 & 2016) to help create a competitive 8U Girls Team. The team would look to compete in a tournament in Glens Falls, NY the weekend of January 13th and also play in the 2024 Girl on Fire Tournament hosted by the Adirondack 46ers Hockey Club at the Malone Civic Center during the weekend of March 8th.
If interested in joining as a coach or player, please message us or send an email to email@example.com for more information.
The Adirondack 46ers Hockey Club, part of Malone Minor Hockey recipient of the prestigious USA Hockey 2023 Female Honors Award, was created in the spring of 2017 with a 12U girls team and a 2005 boys team. The 46ers were built to create a hockey club for players to progress through at a competitive level, and the club has now grown to be comprised of Girls 8U (split season), 10U (split season), 12U, 14U, 16U, & 19U tier II teams and Boys 12U (split season), 14U (split season), 16U & 18U tier III teams for the 2022-2023 season. The 46ers 16U Boys were the 2021 New York State Tier III Champions, the 46ers 18U Boys were the 2022 New York State Tier III Champions, and the 46ers 12U Girls were the 2023 New York State Tier II Champions!! The 46ers Hockey Club Teams have also earned 6 New York State Tournament Finalist Trophies (14U Girls 2020, 12U Girls 2022, 16U Girls 2022, 14U Girls 2023, 16U Boys 2023, 18U Boys 2023)! During the 2023 Spring season, the 46ers Hockey Club fielded 13 teams composed of boys, girls, and coed.
The 46ers also have fall and spring development opportunities as part of the hockey club. All teams play a highly competitive schedule that prepares players for success at regular competition, NYSAHA State Tournament, and USA Hockey National Tournament. The 46ers attract many of the regions most skilled, dedicated, and advanced players.
The 46ers Hockey Club have shown positive results in developing girls and boys players to move on to the next level of hockey (prep, juniors, college).
The Adirondack 46ers Hockey Club is committed to helping female and male hockey players develop as athletes, leaders, and members of the community through a competitive hockey environment that instills life values such as teamwork, sportsmanship, a consistent work ethic, and respect for self and others.
The 46ers place a strong focus on development of the entire player, not only on the ice, but also off the ice, in school, and in the community. A strong focus is placed on developing the complete player in academics, nutrition, off ice training & preparation, and community involvement.
Dual Roster/ Split Season Explanation
It is the hockey club's intention to provide our North Country hockey players an opportunity to get top level instruction and improve their overall skill sets through the competitive team offerings, spring teams, development clinics, and become stronger hockey players as they grow and mature.
Team schedules generally consist of 1-2 practices and a 46ers skills clinic for both goalies and players during the week. Weekends consist of games and tournaments. Teams other than the girls 8U, 10U, and 12U, 14U boys levels are full season teams that work around players High School/ Prep School team schedules when possible.
Kori Lamoy ‘07 (Plattsburgh, NY) of the 46ers 16U Girls team earned Peak Performer of the Week honors for November 6th - 12th! Kori helped lead her team to a 1-0-1 record over the weekend finishing with 53 of 56 saves (95% SV) 2 games played against Ontario Hockey Academy U22 AA!
2023 New York State 12U Girls CHAMPIONS
2022 New York State 18U Boys CHAMPIONS
2021 New York State 16U Boys CHAMPIONS
Jessika Bullock (46ers 19U Girls)- Potsdam State
Quinn Murray (46ers 19U Spring Girls)- Buffalo State
Cam Perras (46ers 18U Boys)- Vermont Lumberjacks
Thomas Eggleston (46ers 18U Boys)- Utica Jr. Comets
Noah Munn-Jennings (46ers 18U Boys)- Vermont Lumberjacks
Gracie Hurlbut (46ers 16U Girls)- Northwood School
Rowan Wood (46ers 14U Girls)- Kents Hill School
2021 Spring Season
Brennan Lashomb (46ers '05 Spring)- American Hockey Academy
Evan Smith (46ers '05 Spring)- American Hockey Academy
Etta Coburn (46ers 16U Girls)- Hotchkiss School
Olivia Ferebee (46ers 16U Girls)- Williston Northampton School
Abby Monette (46ers 16U Girls)- Cushing Academy, Northwood School
46ers Inaugural Girls Team; 12U Spring (2017)