Canton Youth Hockey Association is a non-profit youth hockey organization formed to serve the youth of Canton, Massachusetts. The program is dedicated to introducing boys and girls to ice skating and the great game of hockey. We seek to offer a competit

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CYH Calendar Winners

  CYH Calendar Winners    
Date Winner Prize Sold By
1-Dec Crystal Penders 500 Georgia P.
2-Dec Meaghan Martinek 100 Ryan M.
3-Dec Tracey Amico 50 Penny S.
4-Dec Mattie Cavanaugh 25 Jack C.
5-Dec Tom Gallahue 50 Drew G.
6-Dec John Duran 75 Brady B.
7-Dec Liz Stock 100 Kenley& Abby S.
8-Dec Kelsey Delello 50 Ryan D. 
9-Dec Luka Guerriero 75 Luka G.
10-Dec Kevin Burke 50 Ryan R.
11-Dec Julie Murphy 25 Julie M.
12-Dec Polly Logan 100 Abby L.
13-Dec Myra Durham 50 Asher H.
14-Dec Erika Sica 75 Matt S.
15-Dec Jason Apostop 50 Max A.
16-Dec Azak Kaziyev 100 Arthur K.
17-Dec Kevin Logan 25 Abby L.
18-Dec Russ Doherty 75 Liam D.
19-Dec Ruth Kidnay 50 Tyler S.
20-Dec Benny Wong 25 Madehhe. W
21-Dec James Wilson 100 Charlotte W.
22-Dec Kory McCloud 25 Eddie S.
23-Dec Jerry Holtzman 75 Gabby H.
24-Dec Reynolds 50 S. Penders
25-Dec Budway 500 Kate B.

by posted 12/25/2021
USA Hockey Safety Video


Heads Up, Don't Duck



Concussion Signs and Symptoms

Signs Observed by Coaching Staff

·         Appears dazed or stunned

·         Is confused about assignment or position

·         Forgets sports plays

·         Is unsure of game, score, or opponent

·         Moves clumsily

·         Answers questions slowly

·         Loses consciousness (even briefly)

·         Shows behavior or personality changes

·         Can't recall events prior to hit or fall

·         Can't recall events after hit or fall

Symptoms Reported by Athlete

·         Headache or "pressure" in head

·         Nausea or vomiting

·         Balance problems or dizziness

·         Double or blurry vision

·         Sensitivity to light

·         Sensitivity to noise

·         Feeling sluggish, hazy, foggy, or groggy

·         Concentration or memory problems

·         Confusion

·         Does not "feel right"

Action Plan

If you suspect that a player has a concussion, you should take the following steps:

1.    Remove athlete from play

2.    Ensure athlete is evaluated by an appropriate health care professional. Do not try to judge the seriousness of the injury yourself.

3.    Inform athlete's parents or guardians about the known or possible concussion and give them the fact sheet on concussion.

4.    Allow athlete to return to play only with permission from an appropriate health care professional.


It's better to miss one game than the whole season

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by posted 09/08/2021
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