Our “Hockey 101” program offers first-time hockey players the chance to strap on some gear, and learn the hockey basics. From skating and passing, to shooting; we will to teach you the hockey fundamentals needed for in-game situations. Prior skating experience is not required to take part in our “Hockey 101” program. See below for more information.
Players are required to wear appropriate hockey equipment, including a helmet with face-mask, mouth guard, elbow pads, gloves, shin guards, pants (no tears), and Inline hockey skates. Sticks must be taped appropriately. If the stick has been used outdoors, please re-tape before using on our surface.
Skates and Wheels
The playing surface is an indoor plastic sport court. A durometer of 72A–76A is recommended for your wheels. Use of a harder wheel more suited for asphalt or cement will cause you to lose traction and slip on the court.
FIRST TIMERS ARE FREE! (1 Free session on us!) Walk Ins: $20.00 League Fee: $135.00
Youth Hockey Clinic (Beginners) – Sundays – Time:(To Be Determined)
Start Date: 12/03/2018
Sunday’s 3:00 pm – 4:00 PM (Pending)
Registration Period: 11/16/2018 – 12/1/2018 3:00:00 AM
Age: 4 – 15
Description: Players will be taught all of the fundamentals of hockey required throughout a regular season league. Preparing you for in-game situations.
Pre-Registration is required:
Mandatory Season Kick-off Day: Monday, December 10th
Days & Times:
- Beginner Leagues: Mondays (December 3rd – March 4th) 5:30pm – 8:30pm
- Intermediate Leagues: Mondays (December 3th – March 4th) 5:30pm – 8:30pm
- League Practice: Sundays or Wednesdays (League Players Only) – Time: To Be Determined
- Youth Hockey Clinic: Sundays (December 2nd – March 2nd) – Time: To Be Determined
PRIVATE CLINIC – (1 on 1 training) – $135 per hour
Dates Clinic Times
Session 1: Saturday TBD
Make-up Policy / Cancellation Policy
We are unable to offer make-up sessions for any classes missed due to personal schedule conflicts including team practices. Players will not be permitted to skate in any session or class other than what they are enrolled for. In the event the Hockey Instructor is unavailable for a class, we reserve the right to substitute a qualified instructor to take his place, or the class will be rescheduled.
Get a head start! Click Here to learn how to put on your gear! or Click Here to follow our CCSA Youtube Channel giving you access to drills, tips, and tricks. Click here to visit our calendar for all of our up-to-date events. If interested in our Youth Hockey Leagues CLICK HERE
Adults interested in taking part can register for our Adult Learn to Play Hockey.
For questions or more information please contact: Program Director Tobin Flamm at 805-868-3035 (call or text) or email me @ email@example.com