Sid Davis was born in Hamilton, Ontario July 16th, 1971. He moved with his parents and brother to BC in 1979, settling in Williams Lake for most of his Hockey Career. Sid's life revolved around his family, hockey, friends, and work. For all of Sid's adult years he was involved in coaching minor hockey, first in Williams Lake, and then jumping right in when he and his family relocated to Fort St. John. Sid touched the lives of many many children throughout BC in his coaching career. His love for the sport always shone through, as much as his love for the kids he was coaching. He loved watching them grow their skills, and catch hockey fever. Sid was known for following their careers long after they'd left his team, reaching out with notes of encouragement or congratulations as they continued in their hockey journeys. Sid passed away suddenly December 19th, 2017 and leaves behind his wife Jennifer and three children Brayden, Kelsey, and Rylan. It is with our honor to present to you in conjunction with the Crystal Cup Pond Hockey Challenge the 2nd Annual Sid Davis Memorial Youth Pond Hockey Challenge.
Date and Time: Sunday, February 24th - 10am-8pm
Format: To be announced
4 on 4 no goalies (No goalie skates)
Recommended 5 players per team (Maximum 8)
Same color jerseys recommended for each team (Pinnies available if needed)
Minimum gear includes helmet with full mask, skates, shin pads, elbow pads, neck guards and gloves. Cup and other equipment is optional.
No goalie skates, figure skates or speed skates.
Hard Edge Sports in the Pomeroy Sports Center
Registration open December 1st, 2018 to February 12th, 2019
Registration Fee: $10 per youth
Deadline for registration February 12th
For more information:
Jamie Osterlund 250-262-9682