| The Ace Bailey Children's Foundation Got Skills Competition (GOT SKILLS) is a top shelf youth ice hockey skills competition.
Supported by the NHL, this grass roots, youth hockey program showcases the glory of the human spirit both on the ice and through our charitable partnership with the Ace Bailey Children's Foundation.
GOT SKILLS is the ultimate skills challenge for Pee Wee aged (11-12) youth ice hockey players. It is a place for them to push themselves to their limits and test their skills against their peers across the country in a variety of skills categories - fastest skater, best puck handler, hardest shot, shooting accuracy, best goalie.
All tournaments take place in local rinks across the US. Local category winners advance to tougher competition in regional playoffs and the national finals.
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| The National Hockey League has joined in a partnership with the North American Roller Hockey Championships (NARCh). The new multi-tiered relationship now forms the largest grassroots roller hockey initiative across North America.
Launched in 1994, NARCh has become the premier roller hockey tournament provider in the U.S. and Canada. Annually, NARCh tournaments feature more than 11,000 roller hockey players on 900 plus teams competing in amateur divisions ranging from ages 6 and under to 35 and over.
In 2007, NARCh will showcase the NHL JR All Stars, an all-tournament team selected from each age division based on outstanding play during the regional competition. Over the course of the regional tournaments, over 900 NHL JR All Stars will be selected for the honor.
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2006 NARCh PRO FINAL:
2006 NARCh Midget Gold final:
Watch the 2005 NARCh Winternational Pro Division Finals:
Watch the 2004 NARCh Peewee Finals: