SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA (September 14, 2017): The Sant Rosa Junior College Hockey team announced today that the organization will begin charging admission to select home games this season at Snoopy's Home Ice. All games with early start times now cost to attend, while all games with a 9:15 p.m. time remain free of charge.
SRJC kicks off the season at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 23 vs UC Berkeley. This match-up is the first of five home games that the team will charge admission. The other games include Oct. 7 vs. Santa Clara University, Oct. 13 vs. CSU Long Beach, Nov. 11 vs. the University of Oregon and Jan. 20 vs. Cal Lutheran University.
SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA (August 23, 2017): With exactly one month to go before the puck drops on the 2017-18 season, the Santa Rosa Junior College Ice Hockey team is pleased to release its official schedule for the upcoming year.
The team plays 32 games, 13 home and 19 away, over the six-month season. This is one of the heaviest schedules for the Polar Bears, with many American Collegiate Hockey Association Division II heavy hitters lined up.
SRJC kicks off the season with a 7:30 p.m. game Sept. 23 against franchise rival UC Berkeley. Facing their former parent club for the seventh time in eight years, the Polar Bears have never lost an opening night game at Snoopy's Home Ice.
SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA (July 25, 2017): The Santa Rosa Junior College Ice Hockey team announced today that it will hold its official tryout for the upcoming 2017-18 season at 9:15 p.m. on Aug. 26, 2017 at Snoopy's Home Ice.
The SRJC Polar Bears welcome skaters of all skill levels at this year's tryout.
Potential players, both new and returning, must attend a mandatory pre-tryout meeting at 7:45 p.m. in Snoopy's Warm Puppy Cafe. Players will receive an official introduction to the organization, meet the coaching staff and front office and learn about playing requirements.
The cost for the skate is $20 cash or check made payable to SRJC Hockey, and must be paid prior to taking the ice.
It’s no secret that the SRJC Hockey team plays better in the comfy confines of its own barn, Snoopy’s Home Ice. So what better way to get revenge on one of its most disappointing games of last season than to do it at home?
Cal State University, Long Beach comes to Snoopy’s Home Ice for the first time in club history on Oct. 13. The game comes a little more than a year after the Southern California club handed SRJC a disheartening 9-5 road loss in the Polar Bears’ second American Collegiate Hockey Association Division II game of the 2016-17 season.
“It’s going to be real fun to face them in our barn, in front of our fans,” said Team President Larry Hansen. “Playing the high-end teams in our barn always puts a good jump in our step. Personally, I’m looking forward to the game because I only got to play in half of the game against them last year.”
General Manager Tom Billeter was not playing around when he told the SRJC Hockey team that he had big plans for the upcoming 2017-18 season. And nothing is bigger than the newest set of games to hit the Polar Bears’ official fall schedule.
SRJC will head to Minnesota Sept. 28 to Oct.1 for arguably the organization’s biggest road trip in its history. While the Polar Bears have embarked on several huge trips to Southern California, Boise, Washington and Oregon, Omaha and Iowa, this trip pits SRJC against four teams in as many days. It will play American Collegiate Hockey Association Division II clubs from universities that have Division I NCAA hockey teams.