Youth Hockey 

Register Now Opens in new windowChildren, ages 5 to 13, will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of ice hockey in a fun, challenging, and encouraging environment! The program is open to players of all ability levels from first time players to players looking to develop their skills and progress to the next level.

  1. Ages 5 - 7
  2. Ages 8 - 10
  3. Ages 11 - 13

This program is specifically designed to develop player's (ages 5 - 7) hockey specific skills. Hockey stopping, stick handling, and accurate passing will be a big focus of this group, along with basic rules of hockey and understanding the game. 

This program requires that your child already knows how to skate without help prior to joining this session.

Each session splits the ice into beginner and intermediate levels! 

SessionSeason DatesDayTimeFee Register By
Ages 5 - 7First Half Session: Nov 14 - Jan 21
Second Half Session: Jan 23 - Mar 4
Full Year Session: Nov 14 - Mar 4
T/TH/SUT/TH - 6:00pm - 6:45pm
Su - 10:45am - 11:45am
$150 per half session
$300 for full year
(broken into two payments)
Nov 3

Youth Sports Refund Policy:

  • No refunds will be given AFTER the registration deadline date for ANY reason.
  • All refunds requested prior to the deadline date are subject to be given as a credit back onto your account based on the Youth Sports Directors discretion.
  • Upon the Youth Sports Directors approval, all refunds are distributed back to participants through a check in the mail after approved at our parks board meeting.
    • All checks are subject to a $10 processing fee.

*Sessions will NOT meet on the following holiday dates: 

  • November 23 - November 26 - Thanksgiving Break
  • December 14, 2022 - January 7, 2023 - Christmas & New Years break
  • January 14, 2023 - Martin Luther King weekend 
  • February 18, 2023 - President's Day weekend 

Hockey jersey and socks are provided.   Participants must supply their own hockey stick, helmet with face guard, and full hockey pads. Listing of equipment REQUIRED is listed below.  
Selection of hockey equipment is a key issue for players, parents and coaches. When purchasing and fitting hockey equipment, remember two important factors: 1) make certain the player is adequately protected and 2) be sure the fitting allows freedom of movement so the player can properly perform the necessary skills. By carefully considering these two factors, your child will be more comfortable and will have more fun playing hockey.

Hockey Sizing Guide

Skates – Purchase skates that will fit your child today with no more than ½” allowed for growth. Seek adequate protection in the ankle, toe and instep areas, improperly fitted skates will hamper your child’s ability to skate. Skates can be rented out from CPP to use during your hockey sessions if you do not have your own.

Helmet with FACEMASK – Must be of a design and construction approved by the Hockey Equipment Certification Council (HECC). Must be sized at the time of purchase to fit properly. The chin strap must always be fastened. Facemask does not take place of a neck guard which should be worn at all times.

Mouthpiece – A mouthpiece is required for all youth players through the Junior age classification.

Stick – Length should generally extend from the ice to the players chin (with skates on). Quality and price differ greatly, so the choice is yours.

Shin Pads – Check for proper lengths so they protect the knee and skin completely.

Supporter and Cup – Essential protective equipment.

Gloves – Check for proper fit with good finger and hand mobility.

Shoulder Pads – Adjust to fit the individual at the time of purchase. A fiber cap is extremely important in preventing shoulder separations and should extend to the tip of the shoulder.

Pants/Breezers – Held in proper position by suspenders. Pants provide protection for the lower spine, hips and thighs.

Elbow Pads –
 Properly fitted so they do not slide.

*A complete set of hockey equipment can be purchased for a relatively reasonable cost. Shop around for the best values and remember that you need not buy the most expensive equipment. Inquire about local equipment swaps and team discounts, but keep in mind the equipment must fit properly to provide the maximum protection.