YOUTH HOCKEY - LEARN TO PLAY


 

LITTLE ROOKIES

CLICK TO REGISTER: LITTLE ROOKIES 2022
This class is for players with limited experience and
will focus on developing the basics: skating, passing and stick handling. 

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN CLASS:

  • Must have completed basic skills, Give Hockey a Try, 
    or an equivalent beginning level hockey program
  • Must be able to skate confidently,
    without holding onto the wall or a bucket
  • Must be a current registered USA Hockey member.
    Click to register for USA Hockey Membership

 

​FUTURE STARS

CLICK TO REGISTER: FUTURE STARS 2022
Class covers basic hockey skills in an accelerated
progression to prepare players for the youth league. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS:

UPCOMING SESSION TIMES for 2022
Each course consists of (8) 45-minute sessions.
Full gear is required.
Please note: there will be NO make up classes or refunds.

 

TIMES

Group 1 Saturdays 1:45-2:30 PM

Group 2 Sundays 4:15-5 PM

 

Session 1 

Saturday , August 6th - Sept 24th

or 

Sunday , August 7th - Sept 25th 

 

Session 2

Saturday, Oct 1st - Nov 19th

or

Sunday, Oct 2nd- Nov 20th 

 

ROAD TO HOCKEY

Step 1: Give Hockey a Try (ages 5- 9)

  • Complete our Give Hockey a Try program to help your child complete the first steps to becoming a hockey player.
  • This class is 4 weeks and introduces your child to skating as well as playing with a hockey stick.

Step 2: Learn to Skate/ Learn to Play Hockey

  • Depending on your child's skating ability, players are placed in our Learn to Skate program or moved directly to our Learn to Play Hockey class.
  • Each session is 8 weeks and provides all the basics your child will need to advance to the next step.

Step 3: In-House Hockey

  • In-House hockey will allow your child to develop further, going from a hockey class to being placed on a team.
  • Teams practice once a week and play games on the weekends against other teams in the In-House league. 

Step 4: A/B Travel Hockey

  • Travel hockey is the first level of competitive hockey outside of In-House.
  • Teams practice 2 or 3 times a week and play games across NorCal on the weekends, along with 3 tournaments during the season.

Step 5: AA/AAA Tier Level Hockey

  • The highest level of competitive hockey offered in Northern California.
  • Teams practice 3 to 4 times a week.
  • Teams at this level play only a few weekends per month, but play up to 4 games in a weekend.
  • Travel can take you to Southern California or to tournaments on the East Coast.

 

 

 

LEARN TO PLAY CONTACT:

Ethan Stibich
Learn to Play Hockey Contact
[email protected]

Phil Huynh
Hockey Director
[email protected]
(925)606-6900