The mission of the Greater Haverhill / Pentucket Youth Hockey Program is to administer and maintain a not-for-profit organization designed to support inter-league competition in the sport of hockey. It is our objective to foster good sportsmanship, discipline and teamwork through the execution of structured programs. We will provide for a positive learning experience geared towards developing the fundamental knowledge and athletic ability of our players.
Learn To Skate
LEARN TO SKATE
GREATER HAVERHILL / PENTUCKET YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
Open to boys and girls ages 4-10, living in the Massachusetts communities of Georgetown, Groveland, Haverhill, Merrimac, West Newbury and other surrounding towns. Our program also serves the Southern New Hampshire towns of Atkinson, Hampstead, Plaistow, and Newton. You’ll be taught by our USA Hockey certified GHPYH coaching staff. Our coaching staff has satisfactory CORI reports (criminal background checks).
You will learn to skate; skating is the stepping stone of hockey players. We will also teach basic hockey skills.
WHEN / WHERE?
The Session begins at 11AM on Saturday January 17, 2015. This is a 10-week session, ending on March 21, 2015. Registration starts at 10:30AM Saturday January 17, 2015 at Haverhill Veterans Rink or you may also register online by clicking register on-line.
I can’t be there that day? You can start any Saturday. Attendance is NOT mandatory so it’s ok to miss one or more dates.
The cost is $75.00 per session (payable at the first skate). We have several ability levels. You will be placed in the proper level by our coaching staff. GHPYH was founded in 2009 with the merger of Haverhill Youth Hockey and Pentucket Youth Hockey. We strive to foster athletic development, good sportsmanship, confidence, self-esteem, discipline and teamwork through the sport of hockey.
I WANT IN, NOW WHAT?
What you need:
• A check payable to GHPYH for $75.00.
• A HECC approved Hockey Helmet with full face cage
• Single blade hockey skates.
We recommend that your child wears elbow, kneepads or shin pads, and warm gloves.