Youth Ice Hockey League divisions follow the USA Hockey birth date guidelines for Mite, Squirt, Peewee and Bantam divisions. Leagues generally consist of one practice and one game per week except for summer league which is usually just games. More information will be posted on this website soon. Always feel free to contact the hockey office at (954) 704-8700.
Download Youth Hockey League Information Sheet
Download Youth Hockey League Registration Instructions Sheet
For more information on youth travel hockey at Pines Ice Arena, please visit the Golden Wolves website at www.goldenwolves.com or visit their Facebook page. Or visit the website for the Pines Thunder Travel Hockey organization.
Check out the Calendar link below for Stick and Puck session dates and times. Stick and Puck is $15 per session and full hockey gear is required.
Click for Stick n Puck Calendar
This is a great opportunity for parents to skate with their kids. Fathers and sons or daughters, mothers, entire families. Full hockey gear required. Check the schedule below for session dates and times or call the hockey office at (954) 704-8700
Click to download PDF of Father / Son calendar.
Pines offers this great program to teach your youngster how to play ice hockey. These clinics run on Saturdays at 12:20 pm covering:
- Hockey stance, balance & agility
- Forward strides, crossovers & hockey stops
- Backwards skating, backward crossovers, and backward skating with puck
- Shooting and passing skills and beginning team skills
The Atom Clinic runs on Saturdays at 12:20pm and the cost is $25.00 per clinic. Clinic dates can be found on the Youth Hockey Calendar under the Hockey tab. No advance registration is required, please sign in at the front window upon entering.
Hockey Across America, sponsored by USA Hockey is for first timers that want to learn how to play hockey and are not enrolled in other programs. Follow USA Hockey on Facebook or check out the USA Hockey website for more info.
Pines Ice Arena hosts exciting hockey events and competitions throughout the year such as the Thunder Challenge Iron Man 4-on-4 Tournaments to USA Hockey Across America. Check back often to see when events are posted or join our mailing list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hockey 101 is a division within the 8-week Learn to Skate Class. This course is a great way to get aspiring hockey players started. Skaters must have basic skills prior to enrolling in class. Skaters will learn the fundamentals of hockey with this 45 minute on-ice instruction class.
Hockey 101 generally runs on Saturdays from 1:00pm to 1:45pm and the exact dates and times will be provided when you sign up or by checking at any time with the Skate School. There are no make ups available or credits for this class which costs $210 for the 8 weeks. Hockey gloves, hockey helmet with cage and hockey skates are required. The cost includes a jersey for first time registrants.
Hockey 102 is one of the last steps to becoming an ice hockey player! Skaters must have completed the Hockey 101 (Introduction to Pre-Hockey) class or have equivalent skating experience. Our coaches will be happy to evaluate your skater to determine the appropriate class. This on-ice instructional class will teach skaters the game and how to incorporate what they have learned in the previous classes into the game of hockey.
Hockey 102 generally runs on Saturdays from 1:00pm to 1:45pm and the exact dates and times will be provided when you sign up or by checking at any time with the Skate School. There are no make ups available or credits for this class which costs $210 for the 8 weeks. The cost includes a jersey for first time registrants.
Full hockey equipment is required including hockey gloves, hockey stick, hockey helmet with cage, hockey skates, shin guards, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey pants, and a hockey stick are required.