Volume 3 Issue 8 | April 2019
By Tom Gullen
Contrary to what my wife and daughters may think, “must-see TV” is not The Bachelor or The Voice. It happens Sunday nights at 6:00 p.m. and it is called Sixty Minutes.

On this Sunday it was a story of a dream. The story goes something like this. There’s a college called NYU. Great place. There is a man named Ken Langone, who grew up in a very working class environment and who attended NYU and later made a lot of money helping start up Home Depot. Langone approached the Dean of the Medical School, Dr. Robert Grossman and asked him; “what do you want to do?” Grossman responded; “I would like it to be free to attend NYU Medical School.”

That was ten years ago. Last year, in front of every student of NYU’s Medical School, Langone announced that it would be free to attend Medical School at NYU. The school had raised $450,000,000 to fund free tuition in perpetuity.
Magical Season Comes to an End in Quarterfinals
After winning their first three games at the USA Hockey Tier 2 National Championships in Amherst, NY, the Warhawks journey came to an end after a 2-0 loss to Detroit Little Caesar’s in the quarterfinals. Just 10 days later, over half of the team were back at it playing as U16’s in the Chi-Town Shuffle where they lost in the Championship game.
Denver’s Fear named winner of NCAA’s Elite 90 award as Frozen Four player with highest GPA
By USCHO staff - Denver junior defenseman Erich Fear has been named the recipient of the Elite 90 award.

In three years, Fear received his undergraduate degree in finance with a 3.97 cumulative GPA. The Winnetka, Ill., native is currently pursuing a master’s degree in accounting.
Former Warrior Jack Devine Makes U.S. National Under 17 team
The Winnetka Hockey Club would like to congratulate former Warrior Jack Devine for being selected to the United States National Development Team Program (USNDTP) Under 17 team for the 2019-20 season.
The team trains at the USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan and participates in the United States Hockey League in addition to representing the United States in international tournaments and events. Jack has committed to play collegiately at the University of Denver. From Jack's Father Ted: "Winnetka was the best place to grow up for him as an early hockey player." Congratulations, Jack!
5 Skills Hockey Camp at the Winnetka Ice Arena

Learn from the best! The 5 Skills Hockey Camp strives to improve your child's skills, while providing a fun and enjoyable summer hockey experience. Experienced instructors will employ scrimmages and on/off-ice instruction to focus on five core skills: dynamic skating, puck control, shooting, scoring, and game play. Camp runs August 5 to August 9.
All Glenview Ice Center Summer Sessions Will Be Held at Winnetka Ice Arena
This summer Glenview is conducting their summer programs at Winnetka Ice Arena while the Glenview Ice Center is being renovated. We encourage our Winnetka players to take advantage of the Glenview Ice Center programs at the Winnetka Ice Arena. Click button below for detailed Glenview Ice Center summer hockey programs.
Winnetka residents are entitled to the Glenview resident rates!
Impact Hockey Announces Summer 2019 Programs
Impact Hockey is pleased to announce their Summer 2019 programs featuring power-skating, conditioning, battles and core skills for mite through high school players. Please click button below for our Summer 2019 flyer. Drop-Ins begin August 14th - schedule announced in July.
Detailed information, schedules, registration and payment information at: