Santagata Takes the Helm

SHERIDAN — The Hawks hockey team will have a familiar face return behind the bench but former head coach Chad Bailey won’t be present in the M&M’s Center. Read the full article at THE SHERIDAN PRESS.

Hawks Key to Advancement

SHERIDAN — Brenton Milner, president of the Sheridan NA3HL Hawks hockey team in Sheridan, effectively relocated the once-Wisconsin Whalers team to Sheridan to build youth programs and winter recreation, tourism and the hockey scene in Sheridan. “The reason we have the...

Hawks Battle to the End

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan NA3HL Hawks hockey team was edged out by rival Gillette Saturday night, ending their season. Sheridan battled the Wild to overtime but lost 2-1 on Whitney Rink at the M&M’s Center. The Hawks series against Gillette came to a close two games...

Hawks to Honor First Responders

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Hawks hockey team will support first responders Friday and Saturday night against Yellowstone at the M&M’s Center. Both games start at 7:30 p.m. and law enforcement, fire department and emergency medical personnel will be admitted free of...

Hawks Impress at Showcase

SHERIDAN — The Hawks have a pair of games before the new year against their rivals.  Gillette has Sheridan’s number this season but Sheridan is riding momentum. The Hawks went 3-0 in the NA3HL Showcase in Blaine, Minnesota, Dec. 18-20. Read the full article at the...

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Now having completed four seasons on the ice in the NA3HL, the Sheridan Hawks have become a dominant force in the Frontier Division and continue to build on their accomplishments.  During their inaugural 2019-20 season, the Hawks went 35-10-1-1 after which their play-off run was cut short by the suspension of the postseason due to COVID-19.  The following year they had an even more impressive 39-1-0-0 regular season record, ending as the Frontier Division and NA3HL regular season champions and going on to win the Frontier Division Playoff Championship as well. The Hawks then went on to play in the Fraser Cup series, making it to the semi-finals.  

This past season, 2022-23, the Hawks placed third in the division with a 27-18-2-0 record and earned a playoff berth.  In the club’s brief history over 34 players have made college commitments or gone on to play professionally.  Under the direction of Head Coach J.J. Santagata and Assistant Coach Cameron Dimmitt, the Hawks are looking forward to continuing our goal of developing the next generations of players.

The Sheridan Hawks are located in Sheridan, Wyoming and and play home games in the Whitney Rink at M&M’s Center. The Hawks are in the NA3HL’s Frontier Division, which in addition to the Hawks currently consists of the Badlands Sabres, Bozeman Icedogs, Butte Cobras, Gillette Wild, Great Falls Americans, Helena Bighorns, and Yellowstone Quake.

The goal of the Sheridan Hawks and the North American 3 Hockey League is to provide a competitive atmosphere for players to learn, develop, and grow their skills and talents. The Hawks coaching staff is committed to assisting players in progressing their careers and developing as young men.

The Sheridan Hawks Junior Hockey Club is currently looking for host families for the 2023-24 season.

Each season the Hawks recruit talented junior hockey players to play for you right here in Sheridan, Wyoming. To take advantage of this great opportunity, these players need families and individuals willing to share their homes.


In most cases, very strong bonds form between the player and the billet family that may carry on for many years after the player has left the team. Our players can be great role models for younger children in the billet family, as they demonstrate hard work and determination to achieve tough goals. If you are interested in being a billet family, please contact us today. Your willingness to share your home and family is all it takes, and you will truly make a difference in a player’s life.

For information and a billet family application, please contact our Billet Coordinator, Carla Dunham at, or by calling (307) 752-9749.