Spring 3v3 League – Peewee 12U

Mondays, April 5th-May 24th – 5:30-6:30 pm (eight weeks)

Peewee-aged players will play weekly 3v3 games on a half sheet of ice using the half-ice boards.

Open to birth years 2009 and 2008.

Players develop hockey sense and maximize puck touches in the 3v3 format.

Please have a white and black jersey available for use. Staff will create teams based on skill level and will make every attempt to create parity among teams.

Cost: $155  Goalies: $75

Spring 3v3 League – Squirt 10U

Mondays, April 5th-May 24th – 4:00-5:00 pm (eight weeks)

Squirt-aged players will play weekly 3v3 games on a half sheet of ice using the half-ice boards.

Open to birth years 2010 and 2011.

Players develop hockey sense and maximize puck touches in the 3v3 format.

Please have a white and black jersey available for use. Staff will create teams based on skill level and will make every attempt to create parity among teams.

Cost: $155  Goalies: $75

Bantam and High School Small Area Games

Mondays, April 5th – May 24th, 6:45 pm

Bantam and high school players will play a variety of small-area games aimed at improving hockey sense and individual skills. These practices will be FUN and competitive.

Open to 2007-2001 birth years.

Cost: $155  Goalies: $75

Termite and Mite Spring Session

Wednesdays, April 7th – May 26th – 4:00-5:00 pm (eight weeks)

Open to 2016-2012 birth years.

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: $140

Power Skating with Coach Emerson Etem

Wednesdays, April 7th-May 26th

Squirt and Peewee (2011-2008 birth years) 5:15-6:15 pm

Bantam and High School (2007-2001 birth years) 6:30-7:30 pm

Missoula Jr. Bruins Head Coach Emerson Etem will cover all aspects of skating mechanics during this 8-week power skating clinic. Coach Etem played in the NHL and has many years of professional playing and coaching experience. Learn from the best in town to improve your player’s balance and stride this spring. This program will be capped at 25 participants.

Cost: $300

Emerson Etem is a native of Long Beach, California, and grew up in a very active family. At the age of 14, he moved to Minnesota to play at Shattuck-Saint Mary’s and led his team to a third-place finish in the Tier 1 U14 2007 National Championships and the following year, helped the Tier 1 U17 team win their second consecutive National Title. Following his time in Minnesota, Etem moved to Ann Arbor to play for the USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program. In 2011, he won a bronze medal at the U20 World Junior Championships. Etem had a successful career in the WHL after being drafted 11th overall in the 2007 WHL Bantam Draft, playing for the Medicine Hat Tigers Etem established himself as one of the most prolific scorers during his tenure, racking up 252 points in 202 regular-season games. He was later drafted into the NHL in the 1st round, 29th overall by the Anaheim Ducks in 2010 and went on to play in 173 games for Anaheim, New York Rangers, and Vancouver. Etem also played in 145 AHL gamed for Norfolk (San Diego Gulls), Tucson and Ontario.


Bantam and High School Spring Hockey

Sundays, April 4th – May 23rd; 4:30, 5:45, and 7:00 pm start times

Open to 2007-2001 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: $185, Goalies: $90

Register

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 2020-2021 USA Hockey number to register for spring programs.

Online: Register online through our registration website.

Every registration fee includes a $5 capital improvement fund fee that goes towards future rink capital projects.

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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