Sioux Falls POWER Hockey's Dane Montgomery Commits to University of North Dakota
Kilts for Kids raises $1,250 for the Ronald McDonald House
Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Power Hockey Tier 1 Program is proud to announce Dane Montgomery (’02) of Grand Forks, ND, has made a Division 1 commitment to the University of North Dakota.
Montgomery, a 5’9”, 165lb Forward, is a draft pick of the Sioux Falls Stampede and was recently named to their 30-man roster. In addition to being drafted in the USHL, Montgomery, represented USA at the 5 Nations tournament in Slovakia this past August, being named assistant captain and earning a bronze medal. Montgomery is entering his first season with the Sioux Falls Power Hockey Tier 1 Program.
Maple Leafs Announce Additions to Player Development and Scouting
Sioux Falls POWER Hockey was proud to partner with Kilts for Kids to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House in Sioux Falls. Thank you to Adam Gorra and Corey Mitchell for leading this effort. We were thrilled to provide coaches and players to assist with the hockey clinic for area youth players. It was a great hockey clinic and the event raised $1,250. We are already looking forward to next year!
Sioux Falls Junior Stampede to become Sioux Falls POWER Hockey
by Staff Writer MapleLeafs / MapleLeafs.com
August 23rd, 2018
The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the hockey club has elevated Scott Pellerin to the role of Senior Director of Player Development and Stéphane Robidas to the club's Director of Player Development, in addition to hiring Hayley Wickenheiser as the club's Assistant Director of Player Development. The Maple Leafs have also hired Noelle Needham as an Amateur Scout based in the Midwestern United States and Victor Carneiro as an Amateur Scout based in Ontario.
07/18/2018, 11:30am CDT
By Sanford Media Relations
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Sioux Falls Junior Stampede has joined the Sanford POWER team and has changed its name to Sioux Falls POWER Hockey.
The hockey program started in 2014 and is entering its fifth season. The program consists of teams at the U14, U15, U16 and U18 levels. The teams compete under USA Hockey’s Tier 1 designation – the highest level of amateur competition in the United States. The teams play more than 60 games per season against opponents from the east coast, Detroit, Chicago, Minnesota, and Colorado.