Canandaigua Knights Youth Hockey Conference, Inc. is a nonprofit membership corporation established to provide an opportunity for the youth of the Greater Canandaigua area to participate in the great sport of ice hockey. The Canandaigua Knights are committed to providing the opportunity for boys and girls to develop sportsmanship, teamwork and personal integrity, all while enjoying the fun and challenge of a fast action game.
2014 Midget U18 Team Announced 04/10/2014 Head Coach Bill Greer is proud to announce the 2014 Midget U18 Team
Spring is here and golf is in the air. The Canandaigua Knights Youth Hockey Association is back again to sponsor the 22nd Annual CKH Golf Classic. The goal of the event is to raise funds to aid in providing education, character building, and clean fun for our kids. In the past, with your support we were able to provide our kids with a safe place to play youth hockey at the GCCC. Through CKH they experience a positive message in team work, confidence building, and a sense of fair play while just having plain old fun. Won’t you join us in our special event as a golfer, a corporate sponsor, or an individual hole sponsor. Help promote what we all believe in.
Our Youth are an investment for tomorrow.
Tournament Chairperson: David Harvieux
CenterPointe Country Club
Friday, June 13th
10:00 AM Registration
11:00 AM Shotgun Start
4:00 PM Dinner/ Awards
4 Person Scramble
$80.00 per player
There are many ways to show your support for Youth Athletics.
18 Holes of golf & Cart
Lunch at the turn
$100 per sign
Recognition at Dinner & on tables
Hole Sponsor sign at Tee or Hole
Raffles, door prizes, skins game, contests
Closest to the Pin (Sign on the course at the sponsored tee or hole)
Registration & Sponsorship Form can be found under the Documents tab on the CKH website.
Congratulations to our Girls U14 team for winning in convincing fashion at the first Marching into Spring Girls tournament this past weekend at GCCC. We hosted teams from Northern NY (Saranac Lake U14), Central NY (Camillus U14), and Ontario Canada (Kanata Krusaders). We had great girls hockey all weekend and our girls played their best to upset a strong Camillus team in the final; winning 3-0.