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Ice Time Sports Complex
21 Lakeside Road Newburgh, NY 12550
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Learn to Play / Future Rangers

Learn what it takes to be a Blueshirt. The Future Rangers program provides a solid foundation in all the fundamental skating and hockey skills that a Ranger needs. All you need to start is your True Blue spirit. No matter what your skill level, the experienced coaches at our official partner ice rinks have designed a range of programs to help you develop all the techniques it takes to skate with Ranger pride. Start training now and who knows? Someday it just might be you skating on The Garden ice in a Rangers jersey.

Click here for details and application

Learn to Play Hockey (8 weeks): 
Fridays 6:00pm-7:00pm 
Session 4: March 3rd – April 21st, 2017 
Session 5: April 28th— June 16th
Session 6: June 23rd—August 11th

Continuous Enrollment Call 845-567-0005 to signup!



Learn to Skate

  • To learn the basic skills required to skate
  • To create and refine basic motor patterns
  • Focuses on basic skating skills; starting,
    stopping, turning and balance.

Learn to Play Hockey

  • 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.

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.


A low cost introduction to youth ice hockey for boy and girls, ages 4-15. New players receive a free hockey jersey and it is recommended that skaters complete the Basic Intro or Basic Skills class before entering into this 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, and gloves.

Ice Time Sports Complex offers loaner hockey equipment, available on a first come basis. This class allows your child to experience ice hockey without the full cost of hockey equipment.

Please call 845-567-0005 for more info.

 

 


Mitch Korn

 
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