NEW! FALL/WINTER 2017-2018 YOUTH HOCKEY PROGRAMS
Our Mite Development program is intended to be an entry point to competitive play for beginner players age 4-8 – born in 2009 or later. The emphasis of this program will be on skill development in accordance with the USA Hockey ADM (American Development Model).
Click on a link below for more info, or call the rink at 908-687-8610.
All players must be registered with USA Hockey for the 2017-2018 season. USA Hockey registration is FREE for players age 6 and under.
For more information or to register on-line, go to www.usahockeyregistration.com.
To register for any of our 2017-2018 Youth Hockey Programs, click on the following:
LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY PROGRAM
The Beginner Clinic is our “Introduction to Hockey” program designed to introduce young beginners to the game of hockey. It is intended for players age 10 and under. The focus of the program is on skill development in order to prepare the players to move into one of our house league or travel hockey programs. The program is coached by our staff of professional instructors, assisted by local travel hockey players. Sessions are on Monday and Sunday afternoons on “The Pond”.
Cost: $250 for 10 sessions
GIRLS ONLY PROGRAMS!
Come play hockey like a Girl! The “Girls Only” Beginner Clinic is our hockey skill development program for girls age 10 and under. Sessions are on Saturday afternoons on “The Pond”. Please call the rink at 908-687-8610 with any questions.
Play "Pond Hockey" with your
$15 per session.
Family Fun Hockey
per skater. If your family group has one or more players 13 or under, each
additional player in the group, after the first player, will be $10.
A fun program for families to skate together, do drills together and experience the game of hockey like never before! (Any family combination is welcome. i.e. Father/Son, Husband/Wife, Brother/Sister, etc.) Note that slap shots or shots above the knee are not allowed – young players have the right of way on the ice!
This is an unstructured program where we provide the “neighborhood pond” and you are the neighbor’s sharing the pond. You should feel free to join in with some of your neighbors for a friendly scrimmage on part of the ice or to use another part of the ice for practice with your family members and other neighbors. Most important though is for you to come and enjoy!