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Try Hockey Events

For brand new players, we offer a series of Try Hockey events throughout the calendar year. As the name suggests, these events are aimed to introduce new players to the sport without commitment or significant cost. Try Hockey events feature:
Series of fun-filled events aimed to introduce new players to the sport without commitment or significant cost.
For new players with little or no hockey or skating experience!
• No registration fee!
• Lots of FUN!
• Sessions lead by USA Hockey Certified & Experienced Coaches
• Full equipment is welcome, but not required
• Sticks and pucks provided
• Players are separated by skill level and age groups to create a safe environment for all participants. Player safety is paramount in all we do!
• Each new participant must have skates (We have skates available to   rent), winter or other protective gloves, and a protective helmet (need not be a hockey helmet- biking and skiing helmets will do).
Try Hockey events will be held six times throughout the year, providing plenty of opportunity for new players to discover the game of hockey. These sessions will coincide with the start of Learn to Play clinics so new players can begin their development path without waiting months for a new season to begin. Look for Try Hockey events at Ion on the following dates:
July 17, 2021 1:00pm

September 11, 2021 at 1:00pm

October 30, 2021 at 1:00pm

January 8, 2022 at 1:00pm

February 26, 2022 at 1:00pm

Additional sessions to come 
All new players ready to begin their development journey should register with USA Hockey. Click below to review the benefits of becoming a USA Hockey Member. Registration for players under 6 years of age is free.
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