Hamden Youth Hockey Association is pleased to announce our 2015-16 Clinic Program. The Clinic has proven over the many years to be a very fine way to introduce children to the great game of ice hockey at a minimum level of family commitment. The Clinic will run on Mondays and Saturdays.
At the start of each session, players can skate the first 2 hours for FREE and get to feel the fun of Hockey. After they Learn to Play Hockey, find out the joy of skating around the rink and scoring a goal, it will only cost $75 for the remaining hours of that Session.
Come down to the rink and check us out as we continue the great tradition that is Hamden “Dragon” Hockey!
Session Dates: Session 1 October 3 – November 9, 2015
Session 2 November 14 – December 21, 2015
Session 3 January 11 – February 27, 2016
The Clinic is held on Mondays 5:00pm – 5:50pm and Saturdays from 8:00am – 9:00am
REGISTRATION DATES: Tuesday, September 29 530pm – 630pm
Thursday, October 1 530pm – 630pm
Saturday, October 3 730am – 800am
Registrations will be done at the Hamden Rink Lobby
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS: Full equipment is required. At a minimum, your skater will need a stick, helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves and shin pads. Hockey pants and hockey socks are optional.
SIGNUP SPECIAL = SIGNUP FOR ALL 3 SESSIONS BY
BY OCTOBER 3, 2015 AND ONLY PAY $150 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The HYHA Clinic Program is open to boys and girls ages 4 and up (must be 4 no later than December 31, 2015). Emphasis is placed on the fundamental skills of hockey, including forward skating, turning, and stopping. It will be modeled after and incorporate USA Hockey’s ADM model for Hockey development.
Fees can be paid by cash, check or credit card.
For more information, Please visit our website www.hyha.org, or email us at
Call/email the HYHA Clinic Director, Tiger Mann at 203-943-8486 or
HAMDEN MITES INVADE Vermont POND HOCKEY TOURNAMENT
The Hamden Youth Hockey Mite Division participated in the 1st Annual New England Pond Hockey Tournament in Fairlee, Vermont on February 21st and 22nd. There were over 30 teams playing on 16 rinks with competition all the way from Pennsylvania and Canada. Despite sub-zero temperatures and a brief blizzard the teams fought through all their battles with plenty of smiles and fun all- round. Off-ice activities included a marshmallow roast, knee-hockey competition, swimming, horse drawn sleigh rides and 120 seat movie theater. It was a family event with hockey at its roots.