Registration now open for Learn to Skate, House Hockey, and NPLB
We're pleased to announce that registration is now open for House Hockey, No Player Left Behind, and Learn to Skate.
Learn to Skate is being offered for children ages 4 and up and will teaching skating fundamentals and is appropriate for beginners with no skating experience.
House Hockey is for players ages 5 to 7 in 2016 and is designed as an introduction to youth hockey. There will be a total of twenty sessions including games and practices starting on 11/25.
No Player Left Behindis in two separate divisions for players ages 8 through 15 in 2016. NPLB is designed for players with dek hockey experience but limited or no ice hockey experience. NPLB will consist of twenty sessions including games and practices starting on 12/3.
Players for House Hockey and NPLB should have basic skating skills, such as Learn to Skate, but expertise is not required. There will be a strong focus on skating skills and players need not worry if they are a beginner or have limited skating experience.
For complete information, please visit our Programs tab and select the program you are interested in or click the links in this message.
New Members -- Import your schedule into Google Calendar
Many of you already are doing so, but for those who have not yet, here is a video explaining how you can add your team's schedule directly into your Google Calendar so that it is available on your Android smart phone or computer.
Welcome new members. There have been many questions recently on accessing schedules for your team, particularly from new players in either No Player Left Behind, Learn to Skate, and House Hockey. Accessing your schedule is easy.
To do so, use the Team menu above in the horizontal navigation menu. From there, choose select Choose a Team, your division, and then your team. For example, U11 No Player Left behind would be Team -> No Player Left Behind -> U11 NPLB.
You will also begin to receive email notifications approximately two days before each scheduled practice or game. The email will let you know the date, time, and rink that you will be at. For those that are new, there are two rinks at the Civic Center, Gaetz and Landry. The Gaetz is the rink closest to the street. Landry is next to the Gaetz and is separated by the parking lot.
Just a few of the reasons that make TCYHA the right choice...
Significant ice time by level with Mite** having 15* half-ice games and 20 ADM practices, Squirt, Peewee, & Bantam having 35* games 45 practices, Midget 10 games, 10 practices, plus additional hours available for clinics like our free Goalie Camp and Hockey Development.
Competitive play against a wide variety of teams (over 600!) means your child will always be improving.
Flexible payment options gives you the choice of what is easiest for your family.
Great kids, great parents means you'll have a positive, fun experience as a part of our family.
* Game counts are approximate and subject to minor change as dictated by Valley League schedule.
** Under USA Hockey rules, Mite program will be half-ice games played between TCYHA and Groton Junior Youth Hockey