CLASSIC Tournament Lanyards - Kirkwood Youth Hockey Association - with Red Color
Lanyard Straps and White Color Logo Imprinted. Lanyard straps are red color
heavy duty models. Total lanyard straps length: 36", with silk screen imprinted
logo. Lanyard hardware attachments: Metal swivel hooks (j-hooks). Great
designed hockey tournament logo.
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Youth Hockey Association History:
"KYHA was founded in 1968 by some very special, dedicated parents, like Bill McKenna, Bill McElroy and others. Little did those parents know the positive impact their efforts would have on thousands of young people in Kirkwood and the surrounding communities.
In the years since 1968, skaters have come and gone. Now many second and third generation KYHA players have followed. We are very grateful for our founders' dedication and commitment. And we are fortunate to continue to have a tremendous amount of parent volunteers.
Kirkwood Youth Hockey Association Home Ring:
The Kirkwood Ice Rink was built in 1967 at 111 South Geyer in Kirkwood. (This was the same year the NHL added the expansion St. Louis Blues.) The rink was originally an outdoor rink. The roof was added to the rink in 1996. And in 1998, the citizens of Kirkwood and Glendale voted in favor of a sales tax increase to fund Parks and Recreation projects. These projects included the construction of a swimming pool/aquatic center and the total renovation of the Kirkwood Ice Rink. The $8.5 million dollar improvements to the Kirkwood Recreation Station were completed in 1999. The ice surface and refrigeration system are completely new and the rink is now the standard 200' by 85' size. There are six "standard" size locker rooms with showers, an enlarged warming area with fireplace, and a new concession stand and party room. It is the home rink to our Kirkwood Stars teams, as well as the Kirkwood High School Pioneers Varsity, Junior Varsity and "C" hockey teams.
Our most famous Kirkwood skater is NHL Hall of Famer Pat LaFontaine, who was born in St. Louis in 1965. LaFontaine got his start at the Kirkwood Rink, where he says his father would take him at 5 a.m. to skate. When he was 5 years old, LaFontaine was playing stick-and-puck games at Kirkwood. At 7 Chrysler transferred his father to Detroit, MI.
In his only year of hockey in the Canadian Junior system, LaFontaine shattered
Guy Lafleur and Mike Bossy records by scoring 104 goals and 234 points while
helping his team reach the Memorial Cup finals."
|Specifications: 3/4" Silk Screen Imprinted Custom Lanyards: KIRKWOOD CLASSIC Tournament Lanyards - Kirkwood Youth Hockey Association - with Red Color Lanyard Straps and White Color Logo Imprinted.|
|1. Width of Lanyards:||3/4".|
|2. Length of Lanyard Webbing/Straps:||36". Optional Length: Any custom length available, like 12", 14",18",20",22",24",32",42",48" and more.|
|3. Lanyard Webbing/Straps Material:||High quality and heavy duty polyester webbing, non-wrinkle lanyard straps.|
|4. Colors of Lanyard Webbing/Straps:||
|5. Type of Logo:||Silk screen imprinted.|
|6. Imprint Colors:||White color logo.|
|7. Font of Text Logo:||Lanyard artwork provided by customer.|
|8. Lanyard Hardware Attachments:||Metal swivel hooks (j-hooks).|
|9. Available Standard and Optional Lanyard Hardware Attachments:||
|10. Lanyard Applications:||Used as hokey lanyards, hokey league lanyards, hockey tournament lanyards, hockey membership lanyards, youth hockey tournament player lanyards.|
|11. Lanyard Minimum Order:||100 Pieces.|
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