Our mission is to sponsor and promote a youth ice hockey program for the students of the North Penn School District and provide leadership for the development of good character. The program strives to be one of the premier ice hockey programs in the area while making no sacrifice to scholastic achievement. To engrain in its participants that high levels of achievement in scholastics and academics go hand in hand and to develop and strengthen a sense of fair play.
North Penn Ice Hockey has many activities and opportunities where we could use your help. If you are interested in being a board member, a team representative, assisting in Night with the Knights, Senior Night, please let us know. If you love social media, like taking pictures, can organize an event, we need you.
It's really not hard and we would love to have you.
Please contact any of the board members on our contact page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The North Penn Middle School team won the 2019 Middle School Spring League Championship yesterday defeating Pennridge 4-2 in the Finals. Congratulations to all of the players who participated in the Spring League this season. The team was able to get a few practices and a number of games over the last several weeks and the coaches were pleased with how the players played. The Knights will take the next two months off and get back together towards the end of August before we get ready for our regular season.Congratulations to all the players and coaches on a fine Spring Season!
This week's Knight of the Week is the entire North Penn Middle School AAA Team. With goals from Zane Broadhurst, John Stinson and Colin Dachowski, assists from Joey Silvotti and Shane Dachowski, and a stellar performance between the pipes from Maks Harkins, the Knights knocked off first place Neshaminy (11-2-0) in league play Sunday night. This season has been a challenging one for the Knights who moved up from AA to AAA this year. Starting off with a record of 0-2-4 before notching their first win of the season, this win over Neshaminy brings the Knights to 5-3-5 for the season, third place in the standings with one game to go before playoffs. The Knights Middle School AAA team has demonstrated how hard work and team play can deliver significant results as they have gone 5-1-1 in their last seven games. Congratulations to the North Penn Knights Middle School AAA Team!