The Tri-City Youth Ice Hockey Association promotes an atmosphere of fair play and fun that supports progressive skills development, encourages continued participation and teaches the game of hockey to players, coaches and parents regardless of their background or financial status.
"Playing youth hockey in the Tri-City Youth Hockey association provided me the opportunities to experience hockey in a handful of different states and meet a variety of people. As I prepare for the second season playing junior hockey, I appreciate most the countless hours my coaches put in for my development as well as the friendships I made that continue to thrive. The youth hockey program in Kearney is unmatched in terms of creating a family culture.”
Former Tri-City Jr. Storm player, and current forward of the Minnesota Blue Ox of the USPHL
"Our sons both started in the 6u age division at age three. Participating in the Tri-City Youth Ice Hockey Association has created opportunities for our sons to challenge themselves, to practice new skills, learn to follow instructions, and to be a part of a team. Above all, our sons and us parents have developed new friendships. Our sons have developed skating skills and a love of hockey they will carry with them forever."
Current parent of players in the association, and current coach
Note from President
Welcome to the Tri-City Junior Storm! On behalf of the Board of Directors, I want to thank you for joining us in our goal to grow and share the great game of hockey in central Nebraska.
Our volunteer coaches and member families are the backbone of our organization, and we are fortunate to have the best hockey family around.
I wish all players, coaches, parents, families, and volunteers a healthy and happy 2021-2022 season!
Restrictions are set by Viaero Center Management and can change without notice.
Masks are required to enter the building
Players and coaches can remove their masks after their helmets are on
Masks must be worn at all times while on the concourse
Masks may be removed while in a seat
Players may take bags and dress inside
Locker Room #3 and the hallway benches across from the rental skates are available during practices to change
Parents are allowed in the building. The only sections available to sit in are Sections Q, R, and S
Dryland is prohibited inside the building
Tri-City Jr. Storm Partners