2024 Spring Youth Hockey Programs

Spring 3v3 – Advanced

Weekly 3v3 half-ice games help players develop hockey sense and maximize puck touches. The advanced program is for travel hockey players and house players with at least two years of winter hockey experience.

Mondays, April 1-May 20 (eight weeks)

4:30 pm Group 1: 2015, 2014

5:45 pm Group 2: 2013, 2012

Please have a light and dark jersey available for use.

Cost: $204, goalies: $100

Spring 3v3 – Beginner/Intermediate

Mondays, April 1-22 – 7-8 pm (four weeks)

This 3v3 half-ice program is for players transitioning out of our Learn to Play Hockey program and newer house hockey players (less than two years of experience).

Birth years 2016-2011

Cost: $102

Termite and Mite Spring Session

Wednesdays, April 3-May 22 – 4:15-5:15 pm (8 weeks)

Open to 2018-2015 birth years who have winter termite/mite house hockey experience, or Learn to Play participants who have a recommendation from the hockey director or Learn to Play coaches. 

Players will build on skills they learned during the winter session and participate in a variety of drills and games aimed at improving forward and backward skating, stick handling, passing, and shooting.

Cost: $152

Spring Skills Clinics

These clinics are for travel players or house players who have at least two seasons of experience. Learn to Play participants interested in this program should consult the hockey director prior to registration.

Session 1: Shooting and Scoring Clinic (April): Wednesdays, April 3-24 (four weeks)

Session 2: Defensive Clinic (May): Wednesdays, May 1-22 (four weeks)

Group 1 (2015, 2014, 2013, 2012) – 5:30-6:30 pm

Group 2 (2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006) – 6:45-7:45 pm

Cost: $108/session, goalies free

Bantam and High School Spring Hockey

Sundays, April 7 – May 19; 4:45, 6, and 7:15 pm start times (seven weeks)

Open to 2011-2005 birth years.

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: $189 Goalies: $94.5


Players must register for programs based on their birth year. Please read the description for the program to determine which program they may register for. Some exceptions will be made but must be approved by the Youth Hockey Director.

Players will need a 2023-2024 or 2024-2025 USA Hockey number to register for spring programs.

Online: Register online through our registration website, beginning February 19. 

See our Financial Policies for information on registration refunds.


Grace Hoene, Youth Hockey Director
Cell: 406-550-5524
Email: grace@glaciericerink.com

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