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SafeSport Certification

All 17 year olds are required by USA Hockey to be SafeSport Certified. The KIngs High School Hockey Club recommends Junior and Seniors complete training by August 20th. Go to SafeSport to complete your training


Open Board Positions

Currently the Kings Hockey Club is taking nominations for these open board positions

Dundee- Crown Liaison

Burlington Central Liaison

If you are interested in any of these open positions please email Kerri McQuillen at


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Kings Camp

Tryouts are almost here.  Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the Kings will be holding warmup skates.  Please check the calendar to see what  dates and what times you should attend.  The skater MUST be registered to attend the warmup skates.

Monday August 19th

Skate 1 6:40pm to 7:40pm
Skate 2 7:50pm to 8:50pm

Tuesday August 20

Skate 1 6:40pm to 7:40pm
Skate 2 7:50pm to 8:50pm

Wednesday August 21

Skate 1 7:20pm to 8:20pm
Skate 2 8:30pm to 9:30pm

For all the skates listed above - Skate 1 is for incoming freshman and sophomores - Skate 2 is for returning varsity, juniors and seniors. Plan on attending your assigned group unless specifically told differently by a coach on the ice after Monday night.

Kings Welcome Warriors

The Kings High School Hockey Club would like to announce the addition of McHenry High School to the roster of schools to play in the 2019- 2020 season.  The Warriors  increases the number of schools to 6, one of the largest combined High School Clubs in Illinois. We look forward to having the McHenry High School players skate with the Kings. 

Kings 2019 Season -- Registration is Open

Dear Kings High School Hockey Club current and future members,

We have been working hard behind the scenes getting ready for the 2019/2020 fall season. Thank you for choosing the Kings High School Hockey Club for your player’s hockey experience. We strive to offer the best experience for each player and drive to be the best Club option. Our mission is to promote competition, athletic development, sportsmanship, and teamwork to have a positive lasting impact upon the development of the participants as hockey players, individuals, and members of the community.

Fall registration is open.   We are proud to announce that once again the Kings plan to field three teams for the fall season to include two Junior Varsity teams and one Varsity team participating in the IHSHL North Central Division. We will have three sheets of ice per week to include skills as well as with off-ice conditioning. In addition to normal divisional games, we are set for four regular season tournaments with divisional playoffs and state playoffs (Blackhawk Cup) to follow. Fall player fees will consistent $3950 for players and $3250 for goalies this year in addition to evaluation fees. Warm-ups are set for 8/19-8/21 and tryouts are 8/26-8/28.

Tournaments Dates:

- Gator Cup, September 6-8

- Indianapolis Tournament, October 4-6

- Prep Tournament, November 29 – December 1

- St. Louis Tournament, January 17-20

The Kings High School Hockey Club would like to thank you for choosing the Kings for your hockey club. Please do not hesitate to contact myself or any other board member with any questions or concerns.

Sincerely, Michael Rabe, Kings High School Hockey Club President,

2019 Fall Registration is Open

Important Note:

USA Hockey is requiring all players 17 years of age or older on or before December 31st of that playing season, and who play on a team in a classification that allows minor aged players, to complete SafeSport Training before being added to the team, and prior to participation with the team (on-ice or off-ice). This requirement applies to all teams in the age classifications Youth, High School, Junior Hockey, Flex Hockey and Disabled Hockey programs that allow both minor age and adult age players (anyone over 18 years and older).

The Kings Hockey Club is recommending that all Junior and Senior students take this Safe Sport Training over the summer. It is important this gets done prior to our fall tryouts, 5 days after tryouts are completed Crystal Lake will be hosting the Gator Cup. Any player that meets the above criteria and does not complete this training by the first day of the tournament will be excluded from the roster per USA Hockey.

Please use the link below to access the Safe Sport Training portal – you will need to have your USA Hockey number to register. The Training is free, the course takes about 90 minutes to complete and the certificate is valid for 2 years.

Once your player has completed the training, please email a copy of the completion certificate to Kerri McQuillen at