Please note that 8U (formerly known as Cross Ice) will be purchasing new uniforms. A $105 fee will be added to your registration.
This year payment on line is preferred. A credit card, debit card or checking account can be used. There is a 3% + $1 fee per transaction. There is also the option to pay in 3 installments due August 15th, September 15th and October 15th. If you choose to send a check, payment MUST BE IN FULL. If you need to make payment arrangements please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
HOUSE PROGRAMS will start the weekend of October 27th
YOUTH 8U will begin Friday Oct. 27th @ 5:30 pm with a Warm-Up on the Olympic Ice, and the first practice is Saturday Oct. 28th @ 8:00 am on the Olympic Ice
HOUSE MITES start on Friday Oct. 27th @ 5:30 pm and Sunday October 29th @ 7:55 am on the Studio Ice
INITIATION begins on Saturday Oct. 28th @ 9:10 am on the Olympic Ice
Practice Schedules are posted on the Calendar for each Division
The progression of levels goes as follows:
Ages 3-8, cost $250, $75 for first year skaters 8yrs and under.
** New skaters learning the basics from standing alone on skates to moving with a stick and puck. Skate 1 hour per week, on Saturday mornings. Total of 1 hour of ice per week
Ages 4-8, cost $450 ** More confident skaters, can skate independently, can stop and turn, beginning to move with stick and puck. The focus of this group is fine tuning skating skills, start learning the basics of the game of hockey. This group meets 2 times a week. Friday at 5:30pm and Sunday at 7:55am. Towards the end of the season we schedule some fun games with other local associations. Total of 2 hours of ice a week
YOUTH 8U & GIRLS 8U
ages 5-8, cost $625 ** Stronger skaters, can stop, turn, move the puck. This group practices once during the week and typically has one practice and one game on the weekend. Games are at Leddy park and some travel to away games is necessary. Furthest rinks we play are Middlebury and St. Albans. Total of 3 hours of ice a week.
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: It is recommended that skaters at all levels have full gear: skates, helmet, elbow pads, neck guard, shin guards, hockey pants, chest protector and gloves. All skaters need a minimum of skates, helmet, gloves and a stick. The more padding the less it hurts to fall or get hit with a puck!
To our Veteran Coaches, and those new to our organization, my name is Alec Smail and I am the Coaching Director at BAHA. Our Annual Coaches' Meeting is scheduled for this SATURDAY 9/23 @ 9:00 AM at Leddy Arena, upstairs in the Lounge. The purpose of this meeting is to go over the changes required by USAHockey as well as discussing the expectations of Coaches within our organization. If you know anyone that is interesting in coaching, and may be new to the process, please encourage them to attend. This will also give me an idea as to how many Coaches we are looking at for each level this season.
Please make sure that you are all up-to-date with all certifications, including: Coaching Clinics, Online Age Specific Modules, and SafeSport. I will discuss specifics at the meeting, but the biggest change this year is that you must complete your ASM (Age Specific Module) BEFORE the first practice, (before you can be placed on a roster) Please make sure you sign up for Coaching Clinics as soon as possible. (The dates are posted here on our website)
If you have any questions or concerns, please email me directly at: email@example.com Thank you ~ Alec Smail
If you are new to coaching or know someone who would like to coach please send them my way. Alec Smail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Right now the USA hockey website only has one coaching clinic up so far, which is listed below. If you have any questions on what you might need to coach please email me. Thanks and hope to see all you out there this year on the ice.
BAHA Peewee AA 2015-2016 Season
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