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Welcome to the Home of STARS Hockey


The objective of The Southern Connecticut Youth Hockey Organization, is to provide a well organized and supervised youth ice hockey program, which offers opportunities to children of all levels of skill and proficiency.



Happy Halloween


Please take the time to be extra vigilant during the Halloween season. Whether you are driving or trick or treating, you need to be very alert to the many additional kids (and adults) walking about in the darkness. Its easy to get caught up in the excitement and lose focus on basic safety.


Please send any pictures of our SCYH skaters in their Halloween costumes to @ci.milford.ct.us  so we can post them on the website. Thanks and please be safe.  

by posted 10/18/2016

Jason Anderson celebrates after Stars goal




MILFORD, CT. – The Southern Stars Squirt “A” team had another solid weekend with a win against South Windsor, 3-1, and a hard fought tie with the Wonderland Wizards, 2-2.

The Stars now sit at 11-2-2 overall on the season and 8-0 in the EJEHL 10U Futures Gold Division.

On Saturday afternoon, it was South Windsor opening the scoring in the first period before Josh Hackett netted his seventh goal of the season. Logan Jones and Jonathan Vitka each picked up helpers.

The teams played a scoreless second period before Colin Scali netted the eventual game winner after strong plays and helpers from Alex Melillo and Patrick Conroy.

Conroy later put the game away with a goal of his own assisted by Gunnar Pikul and Jones.

Emily Krauss and Layne Jackson split the game and combined for 13 saves in the winning effort.

On Sunday morning the Stars traveled to Bridgeport to face-off against the Wizards.

After a scoreless first period, the Wizards opened the scoring in the second frame.

With time running off the clock in the third period, Tyler Milrad broke in alone on the goalie and put back his own rebound to knot the game at 1-1.

Wonderland took its second lead of the game with a couple minutes left in the game before Conor Benz lit the lamp off fantastic play from line mates, Jason Anderson and Scali.

Jackson went the distance in goal, stopping 9 of 11 shots.

The Stars will travel to its second EJEHL Showcase in Rhode Island and at Connecticut College.


by posted 10/17/2016

Patrick Conroy in game action




MILFORD, CT. – The Southern Stars Squirt “A” team had two tough games this weekend and relied on its defense throughout as they fell to the Stamford Sharks, 2-1, and tied the CT Riverhawks, 2-2 this past weekend.

The Stars still boast an impressive 10-2-1 record and sit second in the EJEPL 10U Futures Division.

On Saturday afternoon the Stars and Sharks battled at the Milford Ice Pavilion and it was a defensive battle as both teams stalled offensively.

Stamford opened the scoring early in the first period and carried that lead into the third period.

After going down, 2-0, in the third, Josh Hackett lit the lamp for his sixth of the young season. Hackett buried a Jonathan Vitka feed to close the gap.

Emily Krauss and Layne Jackson combined for 10 saves in the game.

Sunday morning was highlighted by the Stars and Riverhawks at the Shelton Sports Center. Both teams were at its best as all the players left what they had on the ice.

The Stars opened the scoring about 5:00 in the first period as Vitka picked up a loose puck off a scramble in front of the goal to make it, 1-0.

The Riverhawks continued to pressure the Stars defense, but they were again up to the task. Patrick Conroy, Annabel Raffin, Beckett Stenz, Bruno Martone, Gunnar Pikul and George Guarracino all stepped up their games to keep their hosts in check.

With time running out on the Stars, Tyler Millard picked up a puck in the corner and drove hard to the net, tucking a backhander into the back of the cage to knot the game.

With less than a minute to play, the Stars had a chance to win as Conroy fed Pikul, who fired a beautiful shot on goal that rang the crossbar and bounced over the net.

Krauss and Jackson, again were solid in net, making 13 combined saves.

Southern is back in action this weekend, hosting South Windsor on Saturday and then traveling to the Wonderland Wizards on Sunday.

by posted 10/13/2016
Sacred Heart Mens Hockey season opens Saturday 10-15-16

SHU Men's Hockey


Sacred Heart University men's ice hockey team is now playing at the wonderful Webster Bank Arena. This is a great place to watch very competitive Division I hockey. On Saturday, October 15 we kick off our home season against 2014 National Champion Union College at 2pm. 


All season long we are doing a promotion for youth hockey teams. If any youth hockey players come to Webster Bank Arena wearing their team jersey they will receive a $2.00 youth ticket with the purchase of a regular priced adult ticket. 





Sacred Heart University Men’s Hockey team would like to extend an invitation to the SCYH Stars program.  The first game is on Saturday at 2pm against Union, 2014 national champions. If you bring your team to the game and they wear their jersey they will get in for $2.00 with the purchase of a regular priced adult ticket. Please let me know if you are interested.  


Daniel Varga

Sacred Heart University

Graduate Assistant for Ticketing




by posted 10/11/2016

Two great schools, one great future.