IYHA Junior Fuel members can earn $45 for every Fuel game you attend and sell 50/50 raffle tickets. Sign up for as many games as you want. You can earn up to your entire assessment for the 2019-2020 season. Click here to call dibs!
Feb 14: No 6U at Carmel
Feb 14: Girls Hockey Night in Indy
Feb 15: 3 v 3 Extravaganza at the Fuel Tank
Feb 15: NO House games at Carmel
Feb 17: All locations open for regularly scheduled practices
Feb 22: Try Hockey For Free! Click here to register
Feb 28 - Mar 1: End of the season tournament. Details tba
March 1: House League concludes at Pop Weaver and Fuel Tank
March 7: House League concludes at Carmel
IYHA Junior Fuel will play regularly scheduled games and practices unless:
1. Management closes the rink. (IYHA Junior Fuel will post this condition on IYHA.com if this occurs.)
2. The City declares a "Snow Emergency" and issues a Travel Warning, which closes the county roads to public travel.
Please check the website above and/ or the local media to determine if any of the above circumstances are current at the time of your scheduled games. Ultimately,it is the decision of each family to determine if the weather is too bad even if an advisory is not in place. IYHA Junior Fuel will not penalize a player in any way for missing a game due to bad weather and encourages all of its members to be safe when deciding to drive to a game in inclement weather.
Please join us in rallying to help an Indianapolis hockey family through a very difficult time. On Saturday, January 18th, Carson Rainey and his father Gary were traveling on I-70 early in the morning through rain and snow to make it to Carson's 15U AAA game in Pittsburgh. While passing through the Dayton area, control of the vehicle was lost and Carson was ejected onto the pavement at high speed.
When help arrived on the scene Carson was transported to Dayton Children's Hospital where it was determined that he broke 3 vertebrae, lacerated his spleen and a kidney. The lasting extent of his spinal cord damage is yet to be determined. He is currently able to move all of his limbs but has not regained sensation in one of his feet. His internal injuries are expected to return to normal function.
Carson is expected to remain in Dayton until doctors determine that it's safe to move him back to a hospital in the Indy area. The Rainey family is temporarily living out of a hotel near the hospital. Their vehicle was lost in the accident.
The Rainey family is a model of what a youth sports family should be. Gary has served on several youth hockey boards throughout Carson's career and has volunteered countless hours since his son began playing. Carson's mother Christi volunteers at every Indy Fuel ECHL home game to raise money for Carson's current association, the IYHA Jr Fuel.
Please join us in financially supporting the Rainey's through a terribly unfortunate accident that all youth sports families dread hearing about. Your donations will immediately provide for their day to day expenses in Dayton and help secure a replacement vehicle. The next hurdle will be significant medical bills from emergency transportation, surgery and ICU care. Once his internal injuries heal and his spine is safe for activity, he is set to endure months of physically and financially demanding rehabilitation with the hopes of returning to full physical function.
Carson and his parents thank you in advance for your support. The hockey community is the best in sports when it comes to supporting our teammates and opponents in their time of need. Please consider donating whatever your family can afford to help out one of our own.