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Youth Hockey Leagues

Recreational in-House hockey played under the auspices of USA Hockey Rules & Regulations. Practices are held at the Kroc Center and games are played against local teams in the San Diego Metro Area.

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YOUTH HOCKEY FEES

Mini Mites $250
(Birth Years 2009 & younger) 
Season starts January 12th
Practice FRIDAYS 5:45pm + Games weekends

8U Mites $330
(Birth Year 2009 & younger) 
Season starts January 8th
Practices MONDAYS 5:45pm  + Games weekends

10U Squirts $330
(Birth Years 2007/2008)
 Season starts January 8th
Practices MONDAYS 7:00pm + Games weekends

12U PeeWees $330
(Birth Years 2005/2006) 
Season starts January 9th
Practices TUESDAYS 5:45pm + Games weekend

14U Bantams $330
Birth Years 2003/2004) 
Season starts January 9th
Practices TUESDAYS 8:15pm + Games weekends

$35 new Mini Mite  ($25 Mini to Mite transition)
$60 new Mite/Squirt/PeeWee/Bantam

Players are encouraged to register online at www.usahockey.com Don’t forget to bring in a copy of your registration.

Youth Learn to Play Hockey

In our Learn to Play programs for youth, participants will develop skating skills and learn the game. Skating is the core skill in hockey and is emphasized in all our programs. Certified USA Hockey coaches teach all classes. All youth hockey skating participants must first complete an Introductory Skating class.

For young skaters to learn fundamental hockey skills with their peers in a positive environment. Full equipment is required and available to rent. Pre-requisite: Completion of Tiny Tot/Kinder Skating class.

For skaters serious about learning to play hockey. Building on fundamental hockey skating skills, Rookies learn how to play the game and participate in Skills Clinics alongside current. Pre-requisite: Completion of Youth Hockey Skating class.

Seasonal Camps & Clinics

AllStar Hockey School & Crease Goaltending Clinics

Dec 17-21

For more info on these clinics:

AllStar Hockey School

Our philosophy is simple; we try not to complicate the position as much possible. A goalies mission is to minimize the number of goals allowed by utilizing strong skating, strong angles, strong technique and strong rebound control. All of these components will be used in every lesson.

 

Crease Goaltending

STRONG SKATING is Critical for goaltenders of all levels because it allows them to get into better position earlier, thus being more ready for the shot. This is goalie specific skating!  STRONG ANGLES allow the goaltender to make smaller movements and cover more net, thus giving the shooter less net to score.  STRONG TECHNIQUE, make saves without having pucks go through your body and with better balance, which allows for better recovery.  STRONG REBOUND CONTROL, make the initial save only and not have to worry about second and third opportunities as often as a goalie with poor rebound control.

Summer Ice Hockey Camp

Ages 8 - 17

The Kroc Center Day Camp program is excited to be partnering again with Hockey Ministries International (HMI) for our Ice Hockey Day Camp! Since 1977, HMI has produced hundreds of hockey camps in Canada, Europe, and the

United States. Through expert instruction from a mixture of current and former NHL, AHL, Minor Pro, European, and NCAA level players & coaches, campers can be ensured that they will be receiving a winning combination of both high quality hockey instruction and practical training in Christian living.

THE SALVATION ARMY
Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

www.sd.kroccenter.org

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Players are encouraged to register online at www.usahockey.com Don’t forget to bring in a copy of your registration.

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