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Dover Youth Hockey Bingo!

New Year’s Eve Special(12/31/17)

$4000 Guaranteed on Carryover Consolation –

Doors Open at noon, Regular Start Time  – Out in Plenty of time to ring in the New Year-

Bonus Ticket Sales will start this date only at 12:30 pm. Call on Sunday 12/17/17 if you want a seat saved.




Regular Sunday Game Times:  Doors open at noon;   2:30 Early Birds, 3:30 Carryover, 4:00 pm Regular Game – Regular Rip Tickets sell @ noon, Bonus Tickets @ 1:00 pm

NOTE:  Carryover Strips will not be sold after 3:30 pm on Sunday!


Check out the additional buying power on the computers

(Must buy pkg to play Early Birds and Carryover Game)

All Packages $10 –

See Below for Computer Special!

 Packages are sold up to 15 minutes after the beginning of the regular game session.  No Splitting of Packages  Computer Rentals $5.00 (WATCH for Specials) –

Sunday Game Sheet Below

Dover Youth Hockey Sunday Special #5

Sunday Jackpots and Bonuses

Ticket Bonus – Sundays only

Longshot Bonus

Crazy B’s Bonus






Monkey in the Middle



    Big Dogs                    12/17/17  $9000

TURTLE 13’s –  12/17/17 Bonus $3600.00


Paper Bonus & Jackpots


$21,500+/- 49#’s or less

1st WTA


$500  50 #’s or less

2nd WTA


$1000 50#’s or less


Sundays in December

December 17th – Computer Special but 3 pkgs at $10 and 1 @ $6.00 on computer and get free rental!

December 24th – No Bingo

December 31st –   NEW YEARS Eve Special Game!   $4,000 Consolation on Carryover!   All $10 Packages.  Watch for more details.  Computer Special but 3 pkgs at $10 and 1 @ $6.00 on computer and get free rental!  Call on Sunday 12/17 (after 10:00 am) to reserve a seat.






About Dover Youth Hockey
Dover Youth Hockey Association is a non-profit and volunteer organization founded in 1971. We provide ice hockey instruction and coaching to boys and girls, ages 4 to 18, in both recreational & competitive environments. Our mission is to develop fundamental ice hockey skills and a love of the sport. We promote team play, competitive spirit and good sportsmanship. To learn more about the organization visit: