Youth Hockey Programs
A semester course within the Allen Academy of Skating. Learn to Skate program that expands on the basic hockey skating skills that are learned in Intro to Hockey Skating: hockey stance, glide hop 1 foot, tight turn, forward c-cuts, forward crossovers, c-cuts, swizzles backwards, backwards c-cuts, backwards crossovers, control stop, hockey stop, v-starts, side v-starts, double leg backward stop.
2019-2020 Fall/Winter Overviews & Registration Forms (PDF)
Jr. Americans Youth Hockey Program (JAYHP)
By incorporating USA Hockey’s American Development Model (ADM), we can raise the level of creativity among players, increase player participation, and create a positive environment for kids to play, love and excel. The Jr. Americans Youth Hockey Program provides players an age-appropriate environment in which they can reach their potential and most importantly have FUN. On- and off-the-ice practice sessions will be structured, utilizing USA Hockey guidelines, with a high expectation for fair play and sportsmanship. Mite (8U), Squirt (10U) and Peewee (12U) games will be played exclusively at the Allen Community Ice Rink. Allen will conduct in house games to determine fairness and skill balance of teams to maximize development and fun.
Stick-time is designed to give players the chance to practice what they learned in their hockey classes or just play around in their hockey gear and equipment. Stick-time also provides an opportunity for players to practice their skills one-on-one with a coach. Sessions are limited to 25 skaters on a “first-come, first-serve” basis. Open to all ages unless otherwise indicated as below.
- Cost: $10 per player
- Stick-time Schedule
12 & Under
12 and Under Stick-time is designated only for participants that are 12 years of age and younger. A Coach that is approved by the ACIR and has turned in proper documentation is also permitted on the ice.
13 - 18
13 - 18 Stick-time is designated only for participants who are 13 years of age through 18 years of age. A Coach that is approved by the ACIR and has turned in proper documentation is also permitted on the ice.
Parent-Child Stick Times are designated to be a fun stick time for parents and children to enjoy hockey together. This stick time does not allow coaches on the ice, and all children must have a parent or guardian on the ice with them.
Adult only Stick-time is designated only for participants that are 19 years of age and older. A Coach that is approved by the ACIR and has turned in proper documentation is also permitted on the ice.