845-567-0005
Ice Time Sports Complex
21 Lakeside Road Newburgh, NY 12550
A Not-For-Profit Community Organization
 
 
Learn to Play
Future Rangers


Open Hockey

Stick Time

Rec Hockey

Adult Hockey

Roller Hockey

Clinics / Camps

Travel Hockey





Learn to Skate
Download Learn to Play
Hockey Registration Form






Learn to Play Hockey at Ice Time Sports Complex!

Learn to play hockey!

Click Here for Details and Registration Form!

Learn to Play Hockey (7 weeks): 
Session 1: September 8, 2017 — October 20, 2018
Session 2: October 27, 2017 — December 8, 2017
Session 3: January 5, 2018 — February 16, 2018
Session 4: February 23, 2018 — April 6, 2018
Session 5: April 13, 2018 — May 25, 2018
Session 6: June 1, 2018 — July 13, 2018
Session 7: July 20, 2018 — August 31, 2018

Continuous Enrollment Call 845-567-0005x2104 to signup!


Learn to Play Hockey with the New York Rangers!

Getting started in hockey has never been easier or more convenient! This introductory program will teach your child the basic skills of skating, stick-handling, passing, and shooting through 12 one hour lessons. In addition, they will learn about hard-work and commitment. Best of all, your child's registration also includes a brand new set of CCM hockey equipment custom fitted by our friends at Pure Hockey. Open to children ages 5-9, born between 1/6/2008-1/10/2013

Pre-registration is required. Please click here to register today!

Learn to Play Hockey (12 weeks): 
$175.00
Sundays, 9:15am
January 7, 2018 – March 25, 2018

The program provides FREE head-to-toe equipment for your child to keep as they continue exploring youth hockey.


Why should your child enroll in learn to play?

  • To learn the basic skills required to skate and play the game of hockey
  • To develop an understanding of basic teamwork and game concepts
  • To have fun while playing hockey and engaging in physical activity
  • To be introduced to the core values of cooperation, fair play, and sportsmanship
  • Focuses on basic hockey skills; skating, puck handling, passing and shooting.


How to get dressed for Hockey

Click here for a step-by-step instruction of how to get dressed to play hockey. This video can be utilized with current growth models to teach parents and new players how to get dressed.


Both programs are a low cost introduction to youth ice hockey for boy and girls. It is recommended that skaters complete the Basic Intro or Basic Skills class before entering into either learn to play program. All skaters should be able to skate forward and backward comfortably and the following equipment must be worn by all players: helmet with facemask, knee pads, elbow pads, athletic cup, gloves and hockey jersey.

Please call 845-567-0005x2104 for more info.

 

 


Mitch Korn

 
About   Public Skating   Hockey   Skating Academy   Blind Hockey   Birthday Parties  Travel Hockey  Contact Us


© Copyright www.icetimesports.org. All Rights Reserved.