All skaters who register for Learn to Play Hockey must be 4 to 8 years old.
Learn to Play Hockey sessions take place Wednesday evenings from 6pm to 6:50pm on Rink 2 at the Cornerstone Community Ice Center.
All sessions run for 5 weeks.
2023 - 2024 Learn to Play Hockey Registration
Session 5: Feb 7, 14, 21, 28, and Mar 6
Hockey Introduction Program
Also known as the Hockey Initiation Program, HIP is for boys and girls ages 4-8 and is designed for eager hockey players who want to learn the basics of the game. The players should have entry level skating abilities. HIP focuses on improving skating skills, stick-handling, and positioning.
If you have an older child wishing to start hockey we will direct you to the age and skill appropriate recreation level at the appropriate time. Please contact Jay Boxer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mandatory Equipment for Hockey Programs:
- Hockey Helmet
- Hockey pants (breezers)
- Hockey Gloves
- Elbow & Shin Pads
- Skates – Please ensure that skates are sharpened before the first practice. Skates may be sharpened at Penalty Box (located inside Cornerstone).
- Stick – Stand with skates on and hold the stick in front of the skater. The stick should be 1 to 2 inches below or above the chin.
We encourage skaters to wear loose-fitting sports clothing under the equipment to allow them to be comfortable while on the ice.
Green Bay District Skaters: The rink has sets of equipment available on a first come, first serve basis. Call Don Chilson at 920-403-2000. Equipment rental includes helmet, shin pads, elbow pads. Additional equipment needed includes skates, gloves and breezers (pants).
DePere District Skaters:
The DePere Youth Hockey Association has equipment (excluding skates) for you. Visit www.depereyouthhockey.org for distribution dates and details.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does my child need to know how to skate before taking this class?
Yes! We encourage all participants to have completed at least one session of our Learn to Skate program. More information can be found on our website.
Can I help out on the ice?
We need and will accept as much on-ice assistance as possible! All on-ice volunteers are required to wear a helmet and skates. We will assign a particular station or group for you to lead. Volunteers should check in with Coach Jay at the start of the practice to receive instruction.
2023 - 2024
Registration for Sessions 4 and 5 of Learn to Play Hockey is OPEN!!!
Simply click on the button below to register for the session.
March 6 is the last night of the season.