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Adirondack 46ers Hockey Club



4/27- 8U & 10U- 6pm - 7pm

              12U- 7:15pm - 8:15pm

4/28- 8U & 10U- 6pm - 7pm

              12U- 7:15pm - 8:15pm

5/1- 8U & 10U- 12:15pm - 1:15pm

              12U- 1:30pm - 2:30pm



5/7-  14U & 16U - 6pm - 7:15pm

              19U - 7:30-8:45pm

5/8-  1st Session-  16U & 19U - 11-12:15pm

                                         14U- 12:30-1:45pm

           2nd Session-   16U - 2-3:15pm

                                           14U & 19U - 3:30-4:45pm


Adirondack 46ers Hockey Club


Adirondack 46ers Hockey Club


The Adirondack 46ers Hockey Club was created in the spring of 2017 with a 12U girls team and a 2005 boys team. The 46ers was built to create a hockey program of teams for players to progress through and have now grown to be comprised of girls 10U, 14U, 16U, & 19U tier II teams and boys 16U & 18U tier III teams for the 2020-2021 season.

The 46ers will be adding a 12U Girls Tournament Bound Team and an 8U Girls Split Season Team for the 2021-2022 season. The 46ers also have spring development sessions and several spring teams. All teams play a highly competitive schedule that prepares players for success at the NYSAHA State Tournament and USA Hockey National Tournament. The 46ers attract many of the North Country’s most advanced players.


  • 2018-19 Season:
    • 14U Girls NYSAHA State Tournament Finalist
      • 14U Girls 2019 Jacob Dievendorf Memorial Girls Tournament Champions
    • 16U Girls NYSAHA State Tournament Participants
  • 2019-20 Season:
    • 14U Girls NYSAHA State Tournament Semi-Finalist
    • 16U Boys New York State North Section Champions
  • 2020-21 Season:
    • 10U Girls Sarah Backstrom Memorial Tournament Champions
    • 14U Girls 2021 New York State Northern Zone Sectional Champions
      • Sarah Backstrom Memorial Tournament Champions
    • 16U Girls 2021 New York State Northern Zone Sectional Champions
      • Sarah Backstrom Memorial Tournament Champions

The 46ers are gaining a reputation for developing girls and boys willing to put in the time and effort to achieve higher levels of play.

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.

Split Season Explanation

  • Girls on the 8U and 10U level teams will be dual rostered which allows girls to play in their local association on their coed 8U Mite or coed 10U Squirt teams. Their home association 8U Coed or 10U Coed team will be their primary team.
  • The 8U and 10U teams are considered split season teams with most of the games, tournaments, and practices happening before or after the normal regular season of the coed teams.
  • These teams play around 10-15 games with a few tournaments with approximately one to two practices a month.
  • Opportunity to connect with other female players in the area and gain exposure to the girls’ game while having fun.
  • For information, please email 

 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 and 10U levels are full season teams that work around players High School team schedules when possible.   

Spring Teams

  • Spring Teams are currently by invitation only and are managed by North Country coaches and rostered through Malone Minor Hockey.  If you are interested in starting a Spring team that is composed of North Country players please email Jay Perras at or Matt Jones at
  • Any coaches that are interested in joining our 46ers coaching staff please email Jay Perras at or Matt Jones at

46ers to Continue Partnership with North Country Goalie Development

The Adirondack 46ers Hockey Club is excited to announce that the 46ers will be partnering again with North Country Goalie Development (NCGD) for the 2021-2022 season to give our goalies specific training and skills development opportunities at clinics to be held at the Malone Civic Center.


Coach Roch Belley and his staff have done a great job working with goalies in the North Country and will be bringing a specific focus to the 46ers goalies for the 2021-2022 season!

46ers Hockey Club to work with Nutritional Specialist

The 46ers Hockey Club is excited to announce that it will be working with Kristin Ellis-Wood, RD, CDN, a nutrition specialist to provide 46ers players information to make educated decisions regarding nutrition to help enhance their athletic performance. Kristin’s knowledge and expertise in nutrition will help enhance our players preparation and recovery while striving to hit top performance.

Kristin is a Registered Dietician and Director of Support Services at the University of Vermont Health Network- Alice Hyde Medical Center in Malone, NY. She has over 20 years of experience working with people of all ages, helping them achieve their health and performance goals through optimal nutrition. Kristin believes that all foods can fit into a healthy lifestyle and that leveraging healthy eating can greatly improve an athlete’s performance.

She holds certificates of training in both Adult & Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietitians. Kristin was a competitive athlete throughout her youth, high school, and college years and continues to live an active lifestyle while also finding time to watch her two boys play hockey and football through the year.