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Adult Learn to Play

Beginner & Advanced Adult Learn to Play Hockey Program

Ever want to give hockey a try?  Looking for a night out to try something new, have fun and get some bonus exercise at the same time? Perhaps you used to play hockey and want to improve on your skills?  Or maybe you part of an Adult hockey league and interested in getting an improved edge on the ice?

Join our CO-ED Adult Learn to Play Beginner or Advanced sessions!

BEGINNER CO-ED Adult Learn to Play Hockey is for those women and men who have never played hockey before or for those who have very little experience.  This 12 weeks class is the first step to entering our SKAHL or our PHL. At least 30 minutes of each hour will focus on the most important part of hockey, skating. Each week participants will progress on the basics of the forward and backward skating stride, stopping, puck control, passing and shooting. Each practice is designed for players to practice their skills at their own pace. Registration includes most of the necessary rental equipment. Items that are not included with the gear rental can be purchased at our Pro-Shop!

ADVANCED CO-ED Adult Learn to Play Hockey is designed for those women and men who have completed a Learn to Play series in the past, and/or are currently participating in any type of organized hockey. This class will focus on advanced edgework, stickhandling, and shooting skills, as well as game situations and on ice positioning.  Registration does not include equipment.  

We offer classes for your convenience at all 3 locations. See details, times, instructors and locations below. 

Important Equipment Information

Once registered, participants MUST contact Elevate Sports Pro Shop to schedule a fitting appointment for the rental gear. Equipment rentals/fittings will NOT be available the day of class, so please ensure you are scheduling your appointment as soon as possible.

 

 

Beginner CO-ED Adult Learn to Play KIRLAND

Location: Kirkland

Class Starts: June 9th Ends: Aug 25th

Day of Week: Wednesdays 

Class Times: 8:45pm to 9:45pm

Cost: $396 (equipment included)

Instructor: Kris Wilson

INTERMEDIATE ADULT LEARN TO PLAY SNOQUALMIE

Times: Sunday nights 7:45PM-8:45PM

Start Date: Sunday June 6th

End Date:  Sunday August 29th (Skip Date: July 4th)

Cost: 12 sessions $420

·This intermediate class is for players who have taken 1 or more series of our basic “Adult Learn to Play”. Skaters are expected to have basic skating skills, and the ability to stickhandle, pass, and shoot while skating. During this series we will begin to discuss the rules of the game and on ice positioning. A good portion of each class will still continue to build on skating, edgework, and general skills.

Beginner Co-Ed Adult Learn to Play SNOQUALMIE

Location: Snoqualmie

Class Starts: June 6th Ends: Aug 29th

Day of Week: Sundays 

Class Times: 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Cost: $396 (equipment included)

Instructor: TBD

Rental Equipment that is included with your Beginner registration:

- Helmet

-Skates

-Gloves

-Shin Pads

-Elbow Pads

-Stick  

-Jersey 

-Socks 

-Shoulder pads 

-Hockey pants 

 

Gear that you will need to purchase separately:

- Sock Tape

-Stick Tape

-Athletic Socks

-Under Armour

-Jock / Jill

 Can be purchased at Elevate Sports Pro Shop

Late Registrations

We allow late registrations to the class depending on space and instructor's approval. If you are interested in joining a series that has already started; Please email jamie@snokingice.com for the Snoqualmie and Renton location or Kris.wilson@snokinghockey.com for the Kirkland location!

*late registrations will be pro rated

What if you want to be a goalie?

 "I’m new to hockey but want to only play goalie” 

In order to get in net as fast as possible and have fun is to develop a level of skating and edge work therefore you will need to work on basic skating then transition into the net. 

 “I’m a low -intermediate level goalie and want to practice” 

Contact our GOALIE COACH “Darin Campbell” for information regarding “GOALIE CAMPS AND CLINICS”  

Questions? Email Mark

Whitney