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Learn To Skate Program

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LEARN TO ICE SKATE PROGRAM:
 Welcome to the exciting 2019-20 Medford Youth Hockey & Girl's Hockey "In-House-Intramural" Fall-Winter Program offered to the children of Medford and surrounding communities ages 4-12...
On-Line Registration for 2019-20 is OPEN        Register Your Player Today !!
      All new players including first time learn to skaters can signup (TBA) at the LoConte Rink, 97 Locust Street, Medford. Players will be evaluated so that instructors can assign players to their appropriate groups. Learn to Skaters skate twice a week, Thu. at 6:PM and Sat. at 12:Noon.


Notes: 1. All players are required to bring with them a HOCKEY HELMET with FULL FACE MASK; HOCKEY SKATES; ELBOW PADS; KNEE PADS; ATHLETIC CUP/SUPPORTER; WINTER or HOCKEY GLOVES; HOCKEY PANTS or SWEATPANTS.
2. Register your player today at USA Hockey for their player registration number and Medford Youth Hockey for their group/team assignment.
REGISTRATIONS ARE Now OPWN !!  Register Today !!
LEARN TO SKATE & DEVELOPMENT CLINIC PLAYERS SKATE (2) ON-ICE SESSIONS WEEKLY ALL SEASON.... 
 

Youth Hockey is a wonderful sport for kids and their families. Kids who play youth hockey are able to make new friends and stay active throughout the winter months, while playing the world's fastest, most exciting sport. The youth hockey community is very friendly and welcoming, and Medford Youth Hockey and Girl's Hockey would love to have you join our program.

WEEKLY SCHEDULE NOTES:  For Boys & Girls Ages 4-12
1. Learn to Skate Players skate (2) sessions weekly (Thursdays at 6:00 PM & Saturdays at 12:00 Noon) for all players last name A-Z at the LoConte Rink, Medford.
2. Development Clinic Players skate (2) sessions weekly (Thursdays at 6:00 PM & Saturdays at 12:00 Noon) for all players last name A-Z at the LoConte Rink, Medford.

Note: USA HOCKEY requires each player wear a hockey helmet with a full face mask. 

Learn to Skaters are taught ice skating by our staff of volunteers and professional instructors. The instructors get their players up on their skates without the aid of milk cartons, small chairs or rubber cones. Lead instructors are Roberta Bailey and Brian Bailey of Medford.  The Medford Learn to Skate Program as part of Medford Youth Hockey skate twice (2-sessions) per week at the LoConte Rink, Medford from late October through to the beginning of March.

The tuition fee for this Program is ($275) 
per player. Each player must register on-line through USA Hockey for their registration and insurance.

There are three levels of ice skating instruction within the Medford In-House Program.

Learn to Skate (Beginners) Clinic:
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE - Boys and girls are taught the basics of ice skating which is standing on skates, establishing balance on skates, skating and gliding on skates and being able to get up off the ice to a standing position. In addition, the fundamental first steps of skating and stopping on ice skates.

Development-Clinic:
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE - Boys and girls are taught to skate at an increased speed level, always working on snow plow and two skate hockey stops, pivoting while skating, turning in different directions, skating backwards later during the season, the introduction of hockey sticks.

DEVELOPMENT CLINIC:
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE - Boys and Girls are taught stops, turns, backwards, circles and many speed drills with hockey sticks and with pucks. Puck handling, puck shooting and  cross ice scrimmaging teaches the early stages of the game of hockey in preparation to be called up to the In-House Advance Level - Learn to Play Program. The Learn to Play Program consists of (4) teams. Each team begins with 11-players and grows to 14-players during the season. The Mite-Squirt age players the play both full ice and cross ice during the season.

To sign up, go here, or call the Medford Hockey Hotline at 781-395-6168. More info on www.medfordrechockey.com
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