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Programs

Overview

Sno-King is proud to offer a variety of hockey programs for all age groups. From Learn to Play programs (TryHockeyFree, Hockey 1 and Hockey 2) where those that are New to Hockey can learn how to ice skate and understand the basic skills of playing hockey to Recreation teams to the highly competitive Select teams, our programs provide an excellent opportunity for young players to enjoy the sport and maximize their skills. Our mission is to Build Players for Life and competitive hockey offers an extraordinary opportunity to teach both hockey skills and life lessons that will benefit a player in all aspects of their life and for a lifetime.  For more information, visit the different links below.

Our Learn To Play programs are focused on learning the skills of a great sport in a fun and challenging environment. Players learn the fundamental skills of how to skate, handle a puck with a stick, and many other valuable life skills.  TryHockeyFree is for the child that just wants to try out an on-ice hockey experience.  Hockey 1 is the basic entry level hockey instructional program where a child can learn to skate and learn the basic hockey movements.  Hockey 2 is the next level of learning in preparation for being placed on a competitive team.  Select the from the options below.

TRY HOCKEY FREE

HOCKEY 1

HOCKEY 2

Once players are ready to play on a competitive team they are placed in age-appropriate USA Hockey designated divisions including 8U (8 years old and younger), 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U.  Players can tryout for a select team or play for a recreational team.  Some players from recreation teams may have the option to participate on developmental teams that provide additional skill and game experience.  For more information on each type of team click on the appropriate link below.

RECREATIONAL

SELECT

GIRLS HOCKEY

Sno-King also offers additional opportunities for players to represent their high school in the spring and for players that have aged out of the program to play in Sno-King Ice Sports Adult Leagues ("SKAHL").

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

ADULT HOCKEY

For More Information contact Gordon Hancock

Program Manager