Goalie specific training will be held November 20th.
Session 1 : 10:30am - 12:00pm
Session 2: 1:30pm - 3:00pm
All Jr Gambler goalies are highly encouraged to attend both sessions.
2005 team and 2003 team - Saturday, January 28th, 7:00 game (Meet in the Resch Center lobby at 5:45)
06/07, 2004 and 2002 teams - Saturday, February 25th, 7:00 game (Meet in the Resch Center lobby at 5:45)
***Team managers will be contacting their teams with details for the date their team is to work the 50/50. This is a mandatory event. ***
All sponsors expecting to be included in this year's yearbook must be received by 9/30. Ads must be in Adobe PDF or a 300 dpi JPG/PNG format on a USB drive or it may be emailed to: email@example.com. We do not create ads for individuals or businesses.
Thank you to all those that participated, sponsored or donated items for the 2016 Jr Gambler Golf Outing. After some challenging weather to start the day, we finished under blue skies and a great time was had by all!
Great job to all the Jr Gambler players, family members and friends that completed the Packer 5k.!
On Monday, September 12, 2016, former Board of Director President Rick Nell passed away. Rick (father of '94 Jr Gambler Alum Chris Nell) volunteered countless hours to the Jr Gambler organization as both a board member and legal consultant; but his greatest work came as a hockey Dad. The thoughts and prayers of the entire Jr Gambler organization, past and present, go out to his wife Nina, daughter Tricia and son Chris. We are truly grateful Rick for all of your years of service to the Jr Gambler organization, may you rest in peace.
What sets the Green Bay Jr. Gamblers apart from other hockey associations? Please click on the following brochure to find out.
Congratulations to the former Jr Gamblers selected in this years NA3HL Draft.
Rd 1 - Nakita Anistratenko (Louisiana Drillers)
Rd 2 - Zach Johnson (La Crosse Freeze)
Rd 4 - Noah Bormann (La Crosse Freeze)
Rd 5 - Chad Carney (Alexandria Blizzard)
Rd 6 - Brian Romero (Glacier Nationals)
Rd 7 - Joseph Murvich (La Crosse Freeze)
Anders Bjork found the back of the net twice to help Team USA avenge an earlier round loss to Sweden with a convincing 8-3 victory in the bronze medal game. His performance also earned him the U.S. Player of the Game honor. Bjork finished the World Junior Championships with 3 goals and a +5 rating. The Jr Gambler Alum is a Boston Bruins draft pick and is currently playing college hockey at the University of Notre Dame.