Stacey is a native of Whitesboro, NY who now resides in Fort Mill, SC. She served as the head coach for the Lady Rush 2019-2020 season. Stacey played and coached at The University of Maine Orono and later coached at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Stacey is currently an officiating coach for the International Ice Hockey Federation. She is a certified Level 4 coach and a Level 3 official for USA Hockey. Stacey has excellent communication skills, a great sense of humor and an intense love for women’s hockey. She has a passion to grow the game and a deep desire to see all players develop and hone their skills.
1991-1995 - University of Maine
1995-1997 – University of Maine
1997-1999 - Colby College
2015 2017- Richmond VA Area- Skating/Hockey Instructor
1991-2008- USA Hockey Official
1993-2000 – NIHOA Official
1996-2004 – East Coast Athletic Conference and Hockey East Official
1998-2002- IIHF Licensed Referee
2002- Present- USA Hockey Instructor and Official
2008-Present – IIHF Officiating Coach
Jessica has been coaching ice hockey for 16 years. Her coaching career began when she started coaching her high school Alma mater’s women’s hockey team in Vermont. Once her daughters became interested in the sport, Jessica transitioned to coaching termites and has continued to coach youth hockey as her daughters have progressed through the USA Hockey program. Jessica enjoys coaching as it affords an opportunity to combine her extensive athletic experience with her enjoyment of children and their development. Since moving to SC in 2014 Jessica has coached with Team Carolina, Lady Rush and Extreme Ice.
Jessica grew up in Vermont where she played ice hockey, field hockey, softball, and golf. As a senior in high school, she served as captain of three varsity teams and earned the Female Athlete of the Year award. After high school, Jessica received scholarships, attended a golf school in the Carolinas where she finished third in her class, passed the PAT, and started in the PGA program.
Professionally, Jessica owns and operates her own day care program.
This Halloween we want to provide a safe fun experience for all of our customers!
The Extreme Ice Center will be hosting a Halloween Public Skating event, called the Spooktacular Masquerade!
This event will be held on Friday, October 30th starting at 7 pm.
Face masks will be required, but with a Halloween twist! Dress up your face mask for a chance to win a prize! Our mask competition will be held at 8pm on Public Ice.
The event will include a Trunk or Treat in our XIC parking lot. If you are interested in being a part of the Trunk or Treat, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will have a blocked off area where cars will be parked every other slot to ensure safety.
We will only be accepting 20 trunks on a first come first serve basis.
The deadline to reserve a spot is Oct.19th so claim your slot today!
Spooktacular Masquerade Itinerary:
Trunk or Treat 7 - 8pm (in the XIC parking lot)
Public Skating 7:30 - 9:50pm ($10 admission / $5 skate rentals)
Mask Competition 8pm
Face Painting (free)
We welcome all of our skaters and families to come on out and enjoy the fun!
Hope to see you there!
The heat has arrived and summer is here! The Extreme Ice Center will still be running our Summer Programming as scheduled. Please see below for all the camps and clinics we have scheduled and register today!
Pond and Puddle Registrations are still open for players ages 5-12. (Starts week of June 22nd)
Pro Ambitions Camp
TY Hennes Camp (CANCELED) NEW CAMP COMING SOON!
Amanda Pelkey Camp
For more information visit https://www.xichockey.com/camps
Speed and Agility Skating
Body Contact and Awareness
Adult Learn to Play
10U Scrimmage Series
12U Scrimmage Series
Friday Night Mites
For more information visit https://www.xichockey.com/clinics
Can't wait to see you on the ice!
XIC Hockey Department
Attention Royals Families!
The wait is finally over! CAHA has announced that tryouts are now open for registration. Tryouts for the Queen City Royals Travel Hockey Program will be held at the Extreme Ice Center August 7th- 9th. Players must have their renewed USA Hockey number to register for tryouts. You can get a new USA Hockey number by going to membership.usahockey.com/. To register for tryouts, visit our website at http://www.xichockey.com/tryouts
All athletes will be separated into their respective age groups where they will compete for an opportunity to represent the program in our inaugural season. All players will receive a total of 3 on-Ice sessions. Goalies will be given an additional session on Saturday morning to be assessed by Royal’s Coaching Staff. Players will participate in a variety of skill based drills and game-like scrimmages to give our coaching staff and evaluators the best opportunity to pick teams. The tryout schedule will be given to each participant two weeks prior to the event.
We are continuing to work diligently along with other organizations to ensure the safety of our players is a top priority for this upcoming season. Information regarding player fees for the season are currently pending due to COVID-19 tournament and league restrictions. As soon as we have more information regarding the upcoming schedule, we will release the 2020-21 season player fees to our Royal families.
*Head Coaching Announcement*
We are extremely proud to announce those who will be serving as head coaches for the Queen City Royals Travel Hockey Program this upcoming 2020-21 season.
10U Select - Brad Hoffman
10U Travel - Zack Thornton
12U Select - J.D. Williams
12U Travel - Mike Tagg
14U Select - Anthony Amo
14U A - Lee Stockwell
14U AA - Mike Hutton
16U A - Dominick Cavalieri
16U AA – Jason Wiklund
18U AA - C.J. Thibault
Girls 12U - Abbey Miller
Girls 16U – Stacey Livingston
We are very excited to have these respected individuals be a part of our team by representing the Queen City Royals in our inaugural re-brand season. For background information on the coaches representing the QC Royals, please check out our website at www.xichockey.com/tryouts.