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Registration for the 2017-2018 Hockey Season is Now Open!

  • Registration for competitive Bantam, Pee Wee, and Squirt teams will remain open through September 25th.
  • For Squirt, Pee Wee and Bantam, fees include the cost for two tournaments - one local and one away.  Teams may choose to participate in a third tournament at their discretion and cost.
  • Registration for all other programs will remain open after September 25th.
  • Remember to register with USA Hockey first. 
  • Families with skaters above the Initiation level will be required to volunteer 12 hours (or take the buy out option).
  • Skaters above the Initiation level can receive a $50 discount by paying ice fees in full at registration (discount will appear in your shopping cart at the end).
  • Rental equipment fees extra.
  • Please consider giving to the scholarship fund!
  • New this year: both skaters and parents need to review and agree to the club's Concussion Awareness and Code of Conduct policies when completing registration.  PDFs of those documents are linked below, within the registration module itself, and on the Club Documents page.

Ice fees for 2017-2018

Level Ice Fees
Initiation (2 days/week) $125
Cross Ice - U6 $350
Red White & Blue - U8 $650
Rink Rat $480 (U10) $505 (U14)
Squirt $1280
Pee Wee $1330
Bantam $1350

Coach Registration

Coaches, you can register right here by clicking the gray button.

Be sure to register with USA Hockey first, and obtain your confirmation number.

Coaches, be aware that USA Hockey is offering a 35-minute SafeSport "Refresher" course from now until September 18th.  After September 18th, coaches will need to complete the full, 90-minute course.  See the release from USA Hockey below.

Dear USA Hockey Member,

As you know, the USA Hockey SafeSport Program includes required training for all USA Hockey coaches, officials, managers and volunteers with regular, routine or frequent access to or supervision over youth participants. As in previous seasons, these individuals will be required to have completed the training prior to that person’s participation (on ice or off ice) in a USA Hockey program.

In prior years, the SafeSport Training has been offered through the US Olympic Committee training platform. With the opening of the U.S. Center for SafeSport (the “Center”), the SafeSport training will soon move to a new platform operated by the Center, and this email is to let you know about the transition and how it will affect both first-time users as well as existing USA Hockey members.

  • The switchover date to the new platform is expected to take place between September 18 and October 2. After the transition date, anyone taking SafeSport training will need to create a new account on the new training platform.
  • After the transition date, the “refresher” training program will not be available. So, if you are eligible to take the shorter SafeSport Refresher training (which is approximately 35 minutes long), you should complete that training BEFORE September 18th, after which your training will be valid for another two seasons.
  • After the transition date, the new training will have a different format and content. Anyone needing to complete SafeSport Training after the transition date will need to complete the full course, which will be approximately 90 minutes long. Once completed, the new SafeSport Training will be good for two seasons and members will then again be eligible for the new refresher module.
  • Members who need a copy of their SafeSport Training or SafeSport Refresher Certificates should do so BEFORE September 18.

We hope you understand the importance of the training and to helping you be aware of how to maximize our participants’ safety.

Thank you for your diligence in helping make our sport as safe as possible!