San Antonio Youth Hockey

2018 Pond Hockey

Welcome

Summer is almost here!!!   That means POND HOCKEY!!!
 
What’s Pond Hockey? It’s one hour of hockey; five on five full ice games or three on three cross ice, depending on the night. No coaching, no officials, just kids playing hockey and having fun while they get some great exercise. Practice the skills you have learned during the clinics, get your legs and wind ready for tryouts, but come to have fun!!
 
There is adult supervision on the benches. 
 
Birth years 2010 to 2000 are welcome. The sessions are open to all house and travel players. 
 
We will have two separate sessions this summer, Squirt/Peewee & Bantam/Midget, to better match size and skill level for optimum participation and fun. Safety is first priority, and we do not allow checking. It’s really designed for the players to have FUN and to keep them skating through the summer and to prepare for tryouts in June.
 
New this season is that Pond Hockey will be FREE!!  No need to bring cash or pay for all the sessions ahead of time.    Thanks to fundraising and donations received by the Association, we are excited to offer this great opportunity for your player to get free ice time. 

Players must be registered with USA Hockey to participate. 
 
If you played for the Jr. Rampage or in a tournament for one of the Development teams during the 2017-2018 season your USA Hockey registration forms turned in last summer are on file  … no need for a new USA Hockey registration yet unless you'd like to get a jump start on 2018-19.

USAH REGISTRATION

USA Hockey Requirement

Each Player must register first with USA Hockey and then return to this Registration Session to signup for the 2018-2019 Season.

  • Step 1:  CLICK HERE to go to USA Hockey Registration and register your player(s). Be sure to PRINT and SAVE their confirmation code(s). Remember to register EACH of your players with USA Hockey. Each player must have their own unique USA Hockey confirmation number.
  • Step 2:  Return to this registration and proceed. Later