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Morrison Arena - Home of the 89ers AAA Hockey


ALL ABOARD!!!

WELCOME TO THE HOME OF 89ER'S AAA HOCKEY

89er's AAA Hockey is the perfect program for spring/summer athletes

" Experience Year 2”

2018 Border Battle AAA Champions, 2018 Chi-Town Shuffle Runner Up, 2018 Combat Cup Runner Up, 2018 Summer Finale 3rd Place

Program Information

89er's 2019 AAA Program Highlights (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)

  • Home Rink – Morrison Arena in Orono.
  • 89er's Start Date – 4/8/19 after Spring Breaks. End Date - 9/23/19. Two scheduled 2-week vacation breaks.
  • 36 OIA Select Hockey Development Plan on ice Sessions. Flexible to your Schedule.
  • 4 Dedicated Solo on Ice Team Practices in August. Eliminates spring/ summer sport conflicts.
  • 2 Competitive AAA August Weekend Tournaments. Eliminates spring/ summer sport conflicts.
  • 36 Higher Power Training Off Ice Training sessions. Flexible to your Schedule.
  • Team Rosters – 15 skaters, 2 goalies.
  • Home and Away 89ERS Uniforms.
  • Please contact Brian Hansen - 89ers AAA Hockey Coordinator with any questions about our program!

89er's 2019 AAA Program Highlights (2009,2010)

  • Home Rink – Morrison Arena in Orono.
  • 89er's Start Date – 4/8/19 after Spring Breaks. End Date 8/31/19. June and July off. 
  • 10 spring team practices, 10 fall team practices.
  • 2 Competitive AAA August Weekend Tournaments. 1 Spring and 1 Fall.
  • Team Rosters – 15 skaters, 2 goalies.
  • Home and Away 89ERS Uniforms

Please contact Brian Hansen - 89ers AAA Hockey Coordinator with any questions about our program!

 

89er's Coaching Staff

2010 - Jake Hindermann - Played High School hockey for the Sioux City Metros and won back to back Iowa State Championships. Jake played one season of collegiate hockey. He is currently Head Hockey Coach for Mound Westonka HS Varsity Boys. Coach Jake has spent 15 years coaching in the MSHSL. In his 1st season at Mound the Whitehawk’s won 19 games and achieved a #6 State ranking in Class A. Prior to Mound, Coach Hindermann spent two seasons as General Manager and Head Coach in the junior ranks for the St. Croix Valley Magicians and the River Falls Renegades in the United States Premier Hockey League as well as a head coach for the past 5 seasons in the Red/Black High School Prospects League. Coach Hindermann also spent three years as a Goalie Instructor at Staubers Goalcrease.

2009 – Competitive Edge - One of Minnesota’s finest hockey training companies. CE has trained several organizations including Andover, Anoka, Edina, Hutchinson, STMA and Wayzata.

2008 - Curtis Hansen - Graduated from Prior Lake HS and was a Captain of the Varsity his Senior year. He will be playing the 2018-19 season for Bethel University in the MIAC. Prior to that Curtis played for the Tampa Bay Juniors Premier Team in the USPHL. Curtis was named to the Southern Division All Star Team for the 2016-17 season. Curtis also spent three years working for the Minnesota Magicians as a Hockey Camp Counselor and Coaching the past two seasons in the Minnesota Magicians Red Black High School Prospects League. Prior to that he worked as a Hockey Camp Counselor/Instructor in Eveleth Minnesota for 2 years. Curtis great grandfather Louis Hansen was selected to the 1928 USA Olympic Hockey Team and had 2 great uncles who played in the NHL.

2007/08 - Austin Hill - Graduated from Prior Lake High School where he was a Captain his Senior year. He went on to play three years of Junior Hockey including a season in the Minnesota Magicians organization. Austin currently is the Assistant Coach of the Mound Westonka Whitehawk’s Varsity. Austin has been Coaching for the past 5 years with Ice Edge AAA Hockey, Minnesota Magicians and currently the 89ERS AAA organization.

2006 - Ross Carlson - Owner Force Hockey Training. Ross has Coached many years at the Bantam and Peewee levels winning a State Championship with OMGYHA in 2010-11 and finishing second in 2011-12. He also led the Mound PWA to a state third place finish. Currently the Head Coach of the Mound Westonka PWA team. This will be his second year of 89ERS Hockey.

2005 - Jake Hindermann – See Above.

Higher Power Training

All the data shows that to be a better athlete you should participate in multiple sports. The 89ERS have designed a program to allow you to do just that and still have the flexibility to fit in optimal athletic training. Through our flexible scheduling system, it allows you to choose from a variety of times offered for on ice and off ice training. We are proud to announce a partnership with Higher Power Training who will be bringing off ice sports performance training to our new Morrison Arena Indoor Training Center within the Morrison Arena. With your time spent with us our goal is to not just make you a more skilled hockey player but to make you a better athlete for any sport you will participate in. 

Brian  Hansen

Brian Hansen

General Manager of the Morrison Arena/89ers AAA Program Coordinator

Phone: 763-257-7457