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Link to Polar Caps Daily COVID-19 Check-In Form

Please fill out this online attendance and health screening form prior to each scheduled practice or activity. Parents / Guardians must complete this form for their players. Coaches and volunteers should complete it for themselves.

Registration for 2020-2021 is Open

High School Preseason Camp

The Polar Caps are providing a preseason high school development camp for West, Memorial, and Edgewood players. See the High School Hockey page for more information.

Schedule Update - Please note that preseason camp starts on September 21st at Madison Ice Arena. See the High School Hockey page for ice times and player groupings.

Coach Registration

See the Coaches Corner for information and steps on becoming a hockey coach with the West Madison Polar Caps.

Hockey Equipment Rental

We are planning for hockey equipment to be available for rental for the 2020-2021 season from the Polar Caps. Equipment typically includes shoulder pads, shin pads, elbow pads, breezers (hockey pants), gloves, and helmet (we do recommend getting your own helmet). Note that sticks and skates are not provided with rental equipment.

Rental fee is $50 and equipment deposit is $50.

We will provide an equipment rental form online for you to fill out ahead of time.

Equipment rental dates will be posted as we get closer to the start of the season.

Please contact us at equipment@westmadisonpolarcaps.com if you have any questions.

Questions?

New to hockey? Want to learn more about the Polar Caps? Have a question and not sure who to contact?

info@westmadisonpolarcaps.com

Polar Caps - Changing the Game Video

Before the start of the 2016 season, the West Madison Polar Caps Hockey club was faced with a problem: too many skaters and not enough ice. After exploring many different options and in partnership with Madison Ice, we elected to build a new rink in the parking lot. What started as a novel solution blossomed into a major community building process -- connecting coaches, parents, neighbors and players, changing how we looked at hockey and producing some surprising results.