Stick & Puck (Athens Youth Hockey Association | Athens Ohio | Bird Arena)

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Stick & Puck

Stick and Puck has been cancelled after Series 1 due to insufficient interest. If this is a program that you are interested in, please contact [email protected] with your ideas for how it could be modified to generate stronger enrollment.

Stick & Puck for youth players 10U (Squirt) through 18U / High School is offered on Wednesday evenings at Bird Arena. Registration is limited to ensure sufficient space for all players. The ice will be set up with four nets and training props to encourage small area games and self-motivated tests of skill. FULL EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED. Players are expected to be aware of one another, play safely, and help set up and clean up.

Cost is $45 for each five-week series. Advance registration is required.

Stick & Puck Series 1

Sept 22 & 27, 6:15 - 7:05 pm
Oct 4, 11, 18, 7:25 - 8:15 pm

Stick & Puck Series 2
Oct 25, Nov 1, 8, 15, 29, 7:25 - 8:15 pm

To register:

1. Find your player's USA Hockey Member Confirmation Number. If you need one, use this link to register with USA Hockey.
2. Use this link to register with AYHA for Stick & Puck. 
Stick & Puck Registration

8U (Mite), 6U (Mini-Mite), and younger players are not permitted. If enough younger players express interest, then we may organize some stick & puck events specifically for younger players.

This is a pilot program for the 2017-2018 season. Whether the program continues depends on the level of interest.

Clinic Coordinator and Past President (administrative stuff): Valerie Young
Director of Hockey (hockey stuff): Phil Oberlin

Updated 08 Sept 2017 VLY
Updated 25 Oct 17 VLY to announce cancellation

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