Dragons Pond Hockey Returns for its 4th Season
The program is designed for kids in the community to experience hockey for the first time or expand on their previous experiences. Pond hockey is a fun way to experience the game. Participants are required to have at least an Intermediate level of skating….which means they are confident skating, turning and stopping.
**Click here to fill out a Pre-registration form:
Registration and payment will open on December 14th. More details below;
Jan 11 – Mar 1. 6 – 8 weeks, Thursday nights 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm (Beginner) and 7:15-8:15 (Advanced). * start date is weather dependent
We’ll also hope to add a weekly open scrimmage, stick and helmet.
** Please Note: Pond Hockey is dependent on weather. Sessions will be cancelled if the wind-chill is below -20 degrees Celsius or if the ice is too soft. If possible, we will hold missed sessions in the following weeks as needed (weather permitting). **
We have room for 30 registrants, ages 6-12. You will need to fill out the pre-registration form online on our website. You must be a Community League member.
Cost: $60 per player – this covers insurance covered by the Hockey Association. Registration will be done using credit card on the online registration only.
We have basic equipment on-hand for registrants to borrow for the season. Each player will receive a basic set of starter equipment on the first day (which includes neck guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, pants, gloves, shin guards, carry bag). This equipment is to borrow for the entire season and must be returned after the 8 weeks. Please take care of your equipment, and clean it as needed.
* Participants can use their own equipment, please indicate this on your registration form if doing so.
ALL PLAYERS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
Mandatory: skates*, helmet with visor, stick, jock/jill
* Skates, helmets and sticks can be borrowed from the North Glenora Community League rink shack on a first come first serve basis. Jock/jill must be purchased.
Optional: mouth guard
Parents will need to ensure that their children are dressed and ready to play on time. Approximately half of the time will be skills and drills followed by a scrimmage.
Since this is a 100% volunteer run program, please let us know if you are able to help in any way. Volunteer opportunities include: Coaching, Assistant Coaching, Rink Shack attendant, Final Party organizer, cancellation phone parents, hot-chocolate duty, or others you might like to contribute.
If you have any questions, please contact Andrew at [email protected]
Go Dragons Go!