The West Madison Polar Caps Hockey club is a Tier II non-profit youth hockey association for boys and girls ages 4-18. The club was formed in 2004 as a result of a merger between the Westmorland Saints and West Madison Flyers, two clubs that have a rich tradition of fostering youth hockey in the Madison community. The West Madison Polar Caps club works to assist children to develop positive physical, behavioral, and competitive skills through participation in the game of hockey. The club is operated by dedicated parent volunteers who strive to make the hockey experience positive and rewarding for all its members.
Children who reside in the Madison West High School and Madison Memorial High School districts are eligible to play for the West Madison Polar Caps.
The Polar Caps believe involvement in any youth sport should be fun and strives to help children develop a balance between skill improvement and competition. Sportsmanship is stressed at all levels. Hockey is a fast paced, fun game that helps promote these objectives. Polar Caps Coaches emphasize skating, stickhandling, and positional play within a team environment. Our Coaches attend yearly coaching clinics and are certified by USA Hockey and the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA). Excessively rough play, conduct that is disrespectful to coaches, other players and officials is not tolerated. All players, parents, and coaches are required to sign a "Code of Conduct" agreement at the start of the season to help foster a positive family atmosphere within our club.
Maybe you are new to the world of hockey and want more info? Please feel free to contact one of our executive board members!
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West Madison Youth Hockey Association
PO BOX 44835
Madison, WI 53744