Players should bring a hockey stick, either game jersey and a hockey sock for their "hat". Hockey gloves are optional.
All are welcome to attend this annual event, we especially want our newest players "Learn to Play" to experience one of the fun events that makes us all Jr Panthers.
Meeting place is Green Street between 3:30 and 4:30pm. The parade begins at 5pm....SEE YOU THERE!!
Player pick up is at Rite Aid immediately after we are done marching
.....to help us with the parade. Please email email@example.com if you're available to help walk with all of our favorite hockey players in the parade.
The Learn To Play season is from November 7 through the end of February. We are offering the program for FREE for the months of Nov. and Dec.. Starting with the first practice of January, every player will be required to pay the tuition fee of $150. You can pay this at any time prior to Jan and you will be all set.
USA Hockey is the governing body for everything hockey in the country. We must all follow their rules and guidelines. Every player will need to register with USA Hockey. This can be done here, https://membership.usahockey.com/register/age. This is the one fee you will have that we do not pay for and is not included in the FREE LTP offering.
What you need to do: Register with USA Hockey and when they send you your players USA Hockey #, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with your players name, birth year, and contact phone number. You are now able to go on the ice.
What you will need: Every player will need to be in full Hockey Gear including a hockey helmet with full cage/shield. A bike/ski helmet will not do. We have some gear that we can lend you for the season but we only have so much. We do not supply skates, stick, and helmet. These must be purchased elsewhere and prior to your first time on the ice.
Please email email@example.com with any questions.
PO Box 121
Plymouth, NH 03264
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If you have any questions, concerns or comments about your practices, games, or league procedures (which could include player/coach/volunteer issues), please email firstname.lastname@example.org -We do our best to get back to everyone in a timely fashion, however, we are all volunteers who have full-time jobs. Thank you for your understanding and consideration.
White Mountain Youth Hockey Board Meetings are held every 1st Tuesday of the month at the rink (unless otherwise posted).
We welcome you to attend the Public Sessions (6- 6:30pm).
The USA Hockey SafeSport Program is the online training/education that is available to help our members become aware of the information necessary to help prevent abuse from occurring in our sport.
All USA Hockey registered coaches, officials, employees and volunteers are entitled to take the training at no cost.
Our SafeSport Coordinator is Arpie Beaman and she can be reached at email@example.com.
The season of inclement weather is fast approaching and with that the questions of practices and games. When and if practices or games are cancelled we will notify you via our website, Facebook, email or directly by your coach...maybe all of the above.
As a parent/guardian, it is your decision to travel. If the choice is to stay put and stay safe, please notify your coach so that your player is accounted for at the start of practice. This will eliminate worry and a phone call to you or your family.
Players, parents & coaches...There are to be NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES (ie. cell phone, iPhone, iPod, tablets, etc) in the locker room at any time!
Players found with and/or using electronic devices in the locker room will be subject to game time loss.
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