Squirt and Peewee Spring League

Mondays, April 1 – May 20 (eight weeks) – 6:30-7:30 pm
Teams will be formed after the first ice session and players will play one weekly game on a mixed ability team. Games will be played with referees and score keepers. Bench coaches are volunteers who will keep the focus on fun. Limited to 28 skaters and 4 goalies.

Cost: $150

Skills and Small Games

Squirt – Mondays, April 1 – May 20 (eight weeks)  – 5:15-6:15 pm

Peewee – Wednesdays, April 3 – May 22 (eight weeks) – 5:15-6:15 pm
Players will run through a variety of skill-based stations for the first half of the ice session. The second half will focus on small games, creativity, and competition.

Cost: $150 – skaters; $75 – goalies

Termite and Mite Spring Session

Wednesdays, April 3 – May 22 (eight weeks) – 4-5 pm
Players take part in a variety of drills and games aimed at improving forward and backward skating, stick handling, passing and shooting. Players will build on the skills they learned during the winter season.

Cost: $130

Morning Skills and Drills

Squirt and older – Wednesdays, April 3 – May 22 (eight weeks) – 6 am
This clinic is for players who want all the extra ice they can get! Coached by Youth and Adult Hockey Directors Grace Hoene and Scott Noble. There will be a strong focus on power skating and puck handling.

Cost: $150 – skaters; $75 – goalies

Bantam and High School Spring Hockey – ages 13 and up

Sundays, April 7 – June 2 (no games May 26) 6 and 7:15 pm start times (eight weeks)
Bantam and high school players can wind down from the winter season with weekly games every Sunday evening. There is no checking allowed in the spring program, which allows younger players to improve their skills against more experienced players. Bench coaches are volunteers who will keep the focus on fun.

Cost: $160

See our Camps & Clinics page for information on our body checking and defender’s clinics.


Register

Players should register for the age group in which they played during the winter 2018-19 season. Some exceptions can be made but must be approved by the Youth Hockey Director.

Players will need a 2018-2019 USA Hockey number to register for fall programs.

Online: Register online through our registration website, beginning February 21.

See our Financial Policies for information on registration refunds.


Contact

Grace Hoene, Youth Hockey Director
Cell: 612-384-5108
Email grace@glaciericerink.com

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