Welcome! Golden State Elite Hockey is a youth tier ice hockey program for Northern California players from Pee Wee to Midget 18. We are the top performing tier program in the state.
Last season's performance: 100% of teams (6 teams) went to playoffs, 2 state titles, 1 National bid, average per team winning percentage: 73.6%, average goals fielded per game per team: 4.00, average goals allowed per game per team: 2.31, 6 players made BCHL Spruce Kings' Prospect Camp All-Star team, 16 players went to CAHA Selects, and 4 teams ranked in the top 70 nationally.
We are off to a good start! MyHockeyRankings has come out with their initial rankings and our 18U team is ranked number one in the country! Congrats!
Our 18 team traveled to Cleveland to play in the Team Ohio Labor Day Tournament. The games and scores were as-follows:
CCYHA Jamestown Lakers (New York) - 8-1
Team Ohio Premier - 5-1
Twin Bridges Lightning (St. Louis) - 6-4
Team Ohio Elite - 11-0
Lansing Spartans (Michigan) (Hosting nationals) - 2-1 (2OT)
Mid State Eagles (Penn) - 1-0
Our 12U AA South team won the OC Labor Day Holiday Tournament.
We had a record turn out for our tryouts. We fielded the following teams:
Our Midget 18 AA head coach, Mike Holmes, is a scout for the Prince George Spruce Kings of the BCHL. Every year, Mike takes a handful of players and alumni to the BCHL Prospect Camp which took place last weekend.
Our GSE players not only did well, but the following players made it to the all-star game:
In his first year with the USHL's Tri-City Storm, GSE alumni, Justin Dixon, is hoisting the Clark Cup after winning the USHL championship. Congrats, Justin!
The team was featured on Gary Radnich's segment on channel 4, KRON
Members and alumni can follow us on Facebook:
One of our Bantam 1 AA players and one of two female GSE players, Amelia DiPaola, was profiled by the local ABC news, ABC7 San Francisco.
If you are interested in submitting your name to our coaches in order for them to review your potential, please fill this form out.
If you do not think you possess the skills just yet, our coaches can still advise you about the steps you need to take in order to prepare for an eventual tryout. So, email us and indicate your intentions.