This fundraiser raises money for the Broncos Hockey Club
and can help families offset their player’s hockey fees.
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!!!
Step 1: Required of every player: Each player must sell raffle tickets for two hours at either the Farmer’s Market in Barrington or the Jewel in Fox River Grove during one of the designated dates/times (schedule to follow). These proceeds go 100% to the Broncos Hockey Club to pay the raffle prizes. Any additional monies raised beyond this will offset expenses of the year-end banquet. There are still spots to fill so sign up through the link below.
Step 2: Optional: Players can sell raffle tickets (10 tickets in each book) to offset hockey fees.
Step 3: Turn in ticket stubs and money collected by November 21st to Teresa Burgin.
Questions or to request more tickets to sell
call Teresa Burgin at 847-274-5709. Go Broncos!
Players can sell raffle tickets from August 29 – November 23, 2015.
The Barrington Broncos Hockey Club (“BBHC”) strives to provide students in good standing at Barrington High School an opportunity to play hockey at the highest level available for their age group, while simultaneously representing their high school and fellow students through athletics. BBHC will provide its players with the highest level of training available in any program. The BBHC will focus on developing a feeder program and a varsity program that can compete with any high school or midget program.
The combination of development through teamwork, respect and commitment, in addition to the dedication it will take to compete effectively at these high levels of competition, will develop character and skills in BBHC players which can be used throughout their lives.High school hockey in Illinois is a club sport organized under the American Hockey Association of Illinois (AHAI). The Barrington Broncos Hockey Club was organized in 1974 and is affiliated as a club sport with the Barrington High School. The Barrington Broncos Hockey Club is a separate organization responsible for its own revenues and expenditures and does not receive any monetary assistance from the high school. Varsity letters and Junior Varsity awards are provided by the same company that supplies the high school and are awarded at our annual year end banquet.
Crystal Ice House
320 E. Prairie St.
Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Varsity Locker Room
Barrington, IL, August 18, 2016 - Barrington Broncos Hockey Club has partnered with Roy Perfetti of P.A.D.S. School of Goaltending to coach our goalies on both the Varsity and Junior Varsity team. Roy has worked with many organizations in the area including colleges, junior programs, Tier 1 AAA clubs, high schools, travel clubs and house programs. Roy brings a unique approach to coaching the goaltending position. He believes in teaching the fundamentals through game situations stressing both the mental and physical aspects of the game. Through interaction, development and repetition, he will help to bring our goalies to the next level. Roy will be assisted by his associate, Frank Silk.
For more information, visit the website: www.padsgoaltending.com
Welcome Roy and Frank!
Welcome to the 2016-17 Fall Hockey Season! Sign up for tryouts now using our new online registration. Tryouts start August 15, 2016. See Calendar for complete details.
Congratulations to the following players for making the SHL All Academic Team. These players maintained a 3.5 GPA. Great job!
Varsity SHL All Academic Team:
Matthew Dodge, Kyle Krueger, Marcus Kunzmann, Max Kunzmann, Matthew McVickers and Colin Starvel
Junior Varsity SHL All Academic Team:
Jack Adams, Dylan Hubbard, Ryne Krueger, Shane McCloskey, Colin McGregor and Grant Smith
It is with great sadness that I announce the tragic passing of Bill Atkin. Bill was a long time Barrington Hockey supporter, and a truly great person. Always jovial and never at a loss for words, Bill’s humor and storytelling will be sorely missed. Having coached all three of Bill’s boys over the past few years, I personally had the opportunity to see, first-hand, how much his children and family meant to him. He cared deeply about his boys, and was an integral part of their hockey lives.
Bill is survived by his loving wife Laura, and his three boys Chris, Charlie, and Nicholas. Bill was one of a kind to everyone that knew him, and on behalf of the Barrington Broncos Hockey Club, I extend my deepest sympathies to Laura, the boys, and rest of their extended family during this difficult time.
How You Can Help:
The Atkin family has a special place in the hearts of so many. With the love, support and prayers of friends and neighbors we remember Bill. At times like these we look to see what we can do to help Laura and the boys. There are a few ways in which you can help them directly.
The “Atkin Children Memorial Fund” has been set up to help support the children. An account has been set up with Northern Trust Bank in Barrington located at 770 W Northwest Hwy, Barrington IL 847-842-4950. Checks can be made out to Laura Atkin with a notation of the fund name. This will help the Atkin family with future expenses.
A meal train has been set up to help ease the daily tasks. Please click on the link below and sign up for a date. A cooler will be located outside for easy drop and go delivery.
The unique link associated with this Meal Train: https://mealtrain.com/89ryyn
Thank you for being the supportive community that we are once again. The outpouring of support is greatly appreciated by Laura.
Hockey Director and Head Coach Steve Martins was named Co-Coach of the year in the SHL, the most competitive and complete high school hockey league in the state.
Congratulations to Coach Martins.
The SHL has won 3 of last 4 state championships, and had 7 of 8 finalists the last 4 years.
The Barrington Broncos Hockey Club is not sponsored by, or affiliated with, Barrington Community Unit School District 220. The School District and Barrington High School have no responsibilities for, and no duties in connection with, the Hockey Club’s activities or for any injury or loss which any parent, guardian, spectator or participant may experience.