Welcome! Golden State Elite Hockey is a youth tier ice hockey program for Northern California players from 12U to 18U. We are the top performing tier program in the state.
Last season's performance: 87.5% of teams (7 teams) went to playoffs, 1 state title and 1 state finalist, 1 National semi-finalist, average per team winning percentage: 66%, average goals fielded per game per team: 4.33, average goals allowed per game per team: 2.27, 30 players (including 4 female players) went to CAHA Selects, and 5 teams (62.5%) ranked in the top 60 nationally.
Our friends in Santa Rosa have been devastated by fires and they have setup a GoFundMe site. Click the link below to help out:
The first CAHA weekend is in the books and our teams did great! Overall results were: 14-9-4. Here are the team results:
Next CAHA weekend is Nov. 10th.
After a record turnout, our tryouts are complete and we have fielded 7 teams for the Fall/Winter season:
Goalie Carson Murison was drafted to the Jr. Brahmas where he will play along side fellow teammate, Kellen Ireland. In fact, Kellen and Carson are roommates in North Richland Hills, Texas.
Congrats to GSE and Tri-Valley alumni, Alexander Stoley, for committing to Concordia College in Minnesota! In addition to getting a great education, Alex will be playing NCAA-D3 hockey. After GSE, Alex went to the BCHL Prince George Spruce Kings with help of Prince George scout and GSE 18U coach, Michael Holmes. Last year, Alex played for the NAHL Jr. Brahmas where they won the 2017 NAHL Championship (pictured here). Congrats, Alex, and have fun!
Kellen Ireland is moving on to bigger pastures - namely, North Richland Hills, Texas to play with the Jr. Brahmas. It has not been determined whether he will play on their NAHL or NA3HL team. Congrats and good luck, Kellen!
Our own Donovan Garcia has been offered a spot on the Islanders Elite team with the USPHL! Islanders are located in North Andover, Mass. Congrats and good luck, Dono!
Deven Boldway has been invited to the WHL's Portland Winterhawks main camp. Good luck, Deven!
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!
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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.