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The Long Island Royals Youth Hockey Club is seeking experienced Head and Assistant Coaches for the 2019-2020 season. The Royals have youth teams for players 5-18 years old. Our clubs strive to foster an environment that promotes personal growth, character and athletic development. Royals Head and Primary Assistant Coaches for Squirt-Midget receive a coaching stipend. 

If you have an interest in coaching with the Royals, please email the following information to Steve Rizer at

• Name, Email, Cell • Current USA Hockey CEP level and certification year
• Applying for Head or Assistant Coach
• Age group requested
• Level interested in (Royals – AAA, Royals/Knights – AA, A)

Congratulations to the LI Royals Squirt A team,  winning the Haunted Shootout Squirt A Division Championship with a 3-2 OT Finals Win vs the Ramapo Saints. They scored 23GF and only allowed 10GA, going 5-0 beating The NS Shamrocks ‘08, Jersey Colts, NJ Colonials , Rye Rangers and Ramapo.


The 14U A Team won the Columbus Day Tournament in Hershey, PA. They defeated the Dix Hills Hawks in the final game 7-3.


Kristina Mense is a wife and mother of four children, one with special needs.  Her son, Joe plays on the LI Royals 12U AAA Major team. She is battling her second bout of Breast Cancer and recently received some poor test results.  She is currently Stage 4 and the cancer has spread to her lymph nodes, liver and bones.  All the medical bills are leaving a strain on the family. They are in desperate need to do whatever it takes to help her beat this, and some options are not covered under their insurance.   Any donation would be greatly appreciated by Kristina and her family....Donate here


Many Royals teams are hitting the road this weekend as they begin their 2018-2019 hockey journey.

10U, 12U and 14U "A" teams played in the EJEPL August Showcase.

16U and 15U played in the ECC Labor Day Cup.

08, 07, and 04 head to Boston to attend the Super Series Boston Breakout.


Good Luck to all teams.

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About Us

The Long Island Royals are a Tier 1 Elite “AAA” ice hockey organization based in Kings Park, NY.

The Long Island Royals are a 501c3 “Not for Profit” organization. With over 20 years of experience in youth ice hockey, dating back to 1980 the program is one of oldest youth ice hockey organization on Long Island.

Fielding over 13 different hockey teams from Mites through Junior divisions, and providing a place for 350 children, ages 5 through 18, the royals organization firmly believes that children who fulfill the commitments of team sports are successful students, healthier children, and, in the future, more likely to be thriving members of their community.

As defined by USA Hockey, Tier I “AAA” is the highest competitive level of ice hockey in the United States. The Royals program is designed to further develop and challenge our most skilled players to compete against elite level teams at the local and national level. Our teams compete in the Long Island Amateur Hockey League (LIAHL) as well as the Atlantic Youth Hockey League (AYHL).

Among those successful children within our program, the Long Island Royals organization has produced hockey players that have gone on to play at various levels including Prep School, Junior A & B, NCAA Division I & III, ACHA Division I, USHL, OHL, USA Hockey NTDP, AHL, and the NHL.

Program Highlights

NHL Network Series “Making of a Royal”
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LI Royals

Tier 1 National Championships

2012 Midget U16

2008 Junior B

Tier 1 NYS Championships

10 & Under – 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003,

12 & Under – 2002, 2006, 2013

14 & Under – 2005

16 & Under – 2003, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012

Making of a Royal
Making of a Royal
All 24 webisodes built into 1. Pat LaFontaine's Long Island Royals on the road to a national championship win.

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