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mccann ice arena
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Ice Time Sports Complex
21 Lakeside Road Newburgh, NY 12550
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Click here to download the Spring/Summer 2019 Learn to Play Registration Form



Learn to Play Hockey!
Now Registering!


Learn to Play (Ages 5-12)

This learn to play introductory program will teach your child the basic skills of skating, stick-handling, passing, and shooting through 10 one hour les­sons. In addition, they will learn about hard-work and commitment. This program is designed for children ages 5 - 12 years old with little or no skating or hockey experience. Each session is limited and space will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-registration is required. Learn to play is offered at McCann Ice Arena and lceTime Sports Complex.

• Family-friendly schedule with 10 weeks of 1-hour sessions
• USA Hockey Certified Coaches
• $195.00 for 10 weeks!

 

Ice Time Sports Complex / $195.00 per session
Session 1
Session 2
Wednesdays
6–7pm
Wednesdays
6–7pm
April 3–June 5 June 12–Aug 14

To Register:
Please download the registration form and either register in person at the front desk at IceTime Sports Complex, or via phone (845) 567-0005. We will see you on the ice!

Questions? Email Lou Pedatella at Lou@MidHudsonCivicCenter.org

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 845-567-0005 for more info.

 

 



 
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