Welcome to the Fox River Freeze Girls Hockey page. Here you will find links to association contacts, representatives and other information regarding our girls program!
Fox River Freeze Girls Hockey
The Fox River Freeze is the only girls-exclusive hockey program serving players from throughout the Fox River valley. Teams and development for the Freeze are available at 10U, 12U and 14U age levels. The club emphasizes skating and skills and has had terrific success with this approach, winning multiple tournament championships including state titles, in all age groups.
All teams play in the WAHA District 3 region. This program is the feeder program for both of the area varsity girl’s high school teams: Fox Cities Stars and Appleton United. Younger girls are encouraged to skate with their home association’s coed Mite or Learn-to-Skate programs. There will also be spring and summer skating opportunities offered for all age groups through the Fox River Girls Hockey Club, an independent group that works closely with AAHA in providing unique and engaging girls' hockey related opportunities for girls of all ages through the entire year.
Long-awaited; much anticipated; finally here....
THE FOX RIVER FREEZE GEAR STORE!
From tee-shirts to keychains; from onesies to fatheads; from water bottles to dog beds....you can now get your choice of either of the official Fox River Freeze logos on a plethora of fine goods!
We opted to run this through CafePress, so everything is always available to order and manufacture WHEN YOU WANT IT!
New products will be added as the whim strikes us, and maybe a couple variations on the logo for later down the line as well....but for now, click the link and wonder at the amount of great Freeze gear there already is to offer!
State Tournament Weekend Summary:
The Fox River Freeze 10U team ended their 2016-17 season in dominating fashion at the WAHA Girls 10U State Tournament in Superior, WI on March 4-5. The Freeze opened the weekend with an impressive 14-0 victory over the DC Diamonds on Saturday morning and then followed that performance up with another big win in the afternoon with a 12-1 victory over the Baldwin/River Falls Blackcats. On Sunday in the championship game the Freeze controlled the possession of the puck outshooting the host team Superior Spartans 33-1 and coming away with a 3-0 victory. The weekend totals for the Freeze were very impressive with 29 goals, 30 assists off of 116 shots and 6 penalty minutes; while their opponents totaled 1 goal, 0 assists off of 8 shots and 3 penalty minutes. The championship game was broadcast live by iFan Sports Network and replays can be viewed using the following link: http://www.meridix.com/mbp/hockey/index.php?liveid=iFanNetwork1&recordid=115058