4 GREAT YOUTH HOCKEY PROGRAMS FOR PLAYERS AGES 4 THROUGH 14
LEARN TO SKATE I $40
3 SESSIONS OF ICE TIME I EQUIPMENT NOT INCLUDED
PLAYERS AGES 4 AND UP
LTS is the ideal way to introduce children to ice skating. Consisting of three separate on-ice sessions focused on developing interest in on-ice activities and possible migration into organized ice hockey programs. LTS is for non-skaters and teaches through fun and games.
Winter 2021 Dates
3/12/21, 5:30pm-6:30pm I 3/13/21, 4:00pm-5:00pm I 3/15/21, 5:30pm-6:30pm
All Learn to Skate participants must have skates, helmet (with a valid and current HECC sticker) and hockey gloves. Participants are responsible for obtaining their own equipment.
If needed, an equipment package including skates, helmet and gloves is available to purchase for $109 at Hockey 1 and the South Windsor Arena.
Registration has reached capacity and is now closed.
To be added to our LTS interest list for future sessions, please contact
DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAM I $500
PLAYERS AGES 4 AND UP
Designed to continue developing skating skills and introduce the great sport of ice hockey, the Development Program (DP) boasts highly qualified instructors who teach through a series of drills in a
fun and energetic environment. The on-ice program consists of rotating skill stations where small
groups practice drills and instructors help anyone needing reinforcement. The DP skates Saturday
and Sunday mornings.
MITE IN HOUSE I $750
PLAYERS AGES 6 THROUGH 8
Organized to give every child interested in ice hockey a chance to play, the Mite in House (MIH)
program focuses on skill development while providing game opportunities and stressing teamwork, sportsmanship, and self-esteem. This program provides game experience without committing to extensive travel and expense. MIH skates Saturday and Sunday mornings.
COMBINED SQUIRT/PEEWEE/BANTAM IN HOUSE I $1,100
PLAYERS AGES 9 THROUGH 14
Our In-House program is designed for players who have completed the ACFYHA Developmental and Mite In-House Program (or have equivalent experience) who want to continue to develop their skills and do not want to play competitive travel hockey. The Program is primarily geared toward Squirt aged children (ages 9 and 10) although Peewee and Bantam aged children aged 11 through 14 who wish to return to hockey or continue to develop their skills may be eligible. Participants will have approximately two hour long sessions per week. Skill building will include power skating, basic and intermediate hockey skills, stickhandling, shooting, and passing. Sessions will generally start around 9:00am on Saturday and Sunday.