From the 4-year old first-time skater to the 14-year old star that's getting drafted by the WHL to the 18 year old senior that's soon to be off to college, Sno-King has a hockey program for youth players of all ages and abilities. If your player is New to Hockey or in the early stages of learning to skate or play we have a Learn to Play program that provides excellent instruction at an affordable price including training for learning to ice skate and the basic fundamentals of playing hockey. Click here for more info.
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. These divisions are based on birth years and a player's division is based on their age as of Dec 31st. Click on the link to each age division to learn more. Sno-King supports all girls whether they chose to play all girls or on our co-ed teams. For more information on our Girls Programs for 8U to 16U players, click here.
Players should have a full year of Learn To Play, or equivalent experience before registering for the season.
We highly recommend completing these three steps in advance of season registration:
Recreation evaluation skates will take place starting the weekend of September 10th. Optional early warm up skates for recreation players will be available over the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Youth hockey season runs from September to March.
Recreation “C” teams
Practice schedules will be shared after registration completes and team counts finalized.
|Age Group||Per player|
|8U Co-Ed and Girls||$1,500|
|10U C Co-Ed and Girls||$1,900|
|12U C Co-Ed and Girls||$2,000|
|12U A1 and A2||$3,250|
|12U AA Girls||$3,000|
|14U C Co-Ed||$2,000|
|14U AA and 14U AA Girls||$3,250|
|16U AA Girls||$3,250|
|18U C Co-Ed||$2,000|
Players will receive game and practice jerseys and hockey socks.
Players must provide their own hockey gear, including, but not limited to: