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Girls CHHC Prospects

Girls CHHC Prospects

Girls U10, U12, U14, U16, U19 Groups (2014 through 2003 Birth Years)

  • This 7-week program includes:
    • 1-hour skill development session on Mondays.
    • Scrimmage/game night on Wednesdays.
    • Potential tournaments are TBD and will be an additional cost.
      • As stated above, if your player declines the opportunity to participate in a tournament, she will not necessarily be offered another opportunity.
    • This camp is available for girls U10 (12, 13 and 14 Birth Years), U12 (10 and 11 Birth Years), U14 (08 and 09 Birth Years), U16 (06 and 07 Birth Years) U19 (05, 04 and 03 Birth Years) players
    • Camp levels include the birth years  2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004 and 2003.
    • Evaluations for this camp are March 14th & 16th.
    • Coaches:  Ryan Sullivan, Carolyn Williams, Brooke Meyer, Gary Hunter, Todd Deacetis and staff
    • Jerseys:
      • For evaluations, all current Hawk players are required to wear their 2021-22 fall practice jersey. 
        • Any player who is new to the Hawks will receive a jersey for evaluations as part of their evaluation fee. Once CHHC players are selected, both current Hawks and new players named to the CHHC Prospects Camp will receive new jerseys and socks.
        • If a player needs a new fall practice jersey for any reason, there is a $30 replacement fee.
    • Fees:
      • Evaluation Fee: 
        • Skaters: $85
        • Goalies: $85
      • Session Fee:
        • Skaters: $450
        • Goalies: $225
      • Tournament Fees: TBD

Girls CHHC Prospects Skills Schedule (April 4th - May 18th)

Group Day Time Rink
Group 1 Monday & Wednesday 5:50-6:40 Norris
Group 2 Monday & Wednesday 6:50-7:40 Norris
Group 3 Monday & Wednesday 7:50-8:50 Norris
Group 4 Monday & Wednesday 9:00-10:00 Norris


Todd Deacetis

Coach Deacetis grew up playing hockey in the Chicagoland area.  Todd has played hockey at all levels from A to AA to AAA. He began playing with the St Jude Knights and later played for the Chicago Young Americans. After AAA hockey, Todd attended Marist High School where he played on the varsity team all 4 years. While at Marist, he also played for the Hawks. Coach Deacetis continued his hockey career at St Norbert College for 4 years.

Brooke Meyer

Brooke is a native of the Chicagoland suburbs. She is a multi-sport athlete. Starting with Rocky Hockey, she moved on to CSDHL championships, to Neuqua Valley High School Female Athlete of the Year, and finally moving on to become a part of the inaugural Penn State University Women's D1 hockey team where she played goalie. Brooke not only brings an extensive background and knowledge to the sport, but she is extremely passionate about growing the girls’ game and the future development of Illinois hockey with the athletes’ best interests in mind. 

This will be Brooke’s 6th season coaching youth hockey and 12th year as an independent goalie instructor. Over the last four years, Brooke has established herself in the Illinois hockey community as a head coach, goalie coach, and as a fitness coach.


Coach Carolyn grew up in Connecticut, where she made the switch from figure skating to ice hockey at age eight. Immediately falling in love with the sport, she continued playing for the Connecticut Polar Bears and her town leagues before playing at the University of Connecticut for their DII ACHA team. After graduation Carolyn moved to California. Despite a full time job in the lab, she knew her real passion was always on the ice. Carolyn began coaching hockey in the evenings in Oakland, spending her free time working with players of all ages and abilities. In addition to coaching in-house and learn-to-skate hockey programs, Carolyn also started a special needs ice hockey team and Oakland’s first ever girls hockey program. After a few years on the west coast, her fiancé accepted a job in Chicago and they made the move to the third coast this past September. 

Carolyn is incredibly passionate about hockey and growing the women’s game to help bring it the respect that it deserves. In her free time (other than playing hockey), she loves any sort of outdoor adventure and stuffing herself with pasta. Carolyn will be working with all of our Hawks girls with an emphasis on program development and introducing our youngest Hawks to the girls program.  


Ryan began playing hockey at the age of 5 In Lakeville, Minnesota - a suburb of the Twin Cities.  Ryan continued his hockey career there through high school where he captained the Varsity team.  Post high school Ryan elected to hang up the skates and play DII football at Truman State University in Missouri.  Ryan’s love of hockey brought him back to the ice through various men’s leagues in Chicago.  

Having witnessed the birth of all-girls hockey in Minnesota during his youth and the subsequent explosive growth that followed, Ryan has been driven to help recreate similar opportunities for girls here in Chicago.  As a result, Ryan co-founded the Hawks girls program in 2015.  He has 3 hockey playing daughters (‘13, ‘08, ‘06) and son who also plays (‘11) - all at the Hawks!


Gary was born and raised in Castlegar, British Columbia where he grew up playing youth hockey. At age 16, he left to play junior hockey for the Cowichan Valley Capitals of the BCHL. He later went on to captain the Penticton Panthers in his last year of juniors. Post juniors, Coach Hunter he played Division 1 hockey at Dartmouth College.

Following college, Gary has persued a career in Real Estate, but has always been involved coaching youth hockey. Gary has coaching experience at multiple levels, including his time at Hanover High in NH where they won 2 State Championships. Over the past four years, Gary has been involved with both the Hawks & Phantoms programs coaching his three daughters, Avery, Hayley & Mia.