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The Little Wild Learn to Play Hockey Program will be featured this September at the Plymouth Ice Center, 3650 Plymouth Blvd.
The four-week program is set for 6-7 p.m. Wednesdays Sept. 4, Sept. 11, Sept. 18 and Sept. 25.
A program for children ages 5-8 who have not yet participated in organized youth hockey programs, Little Wild introduces beginners to the game of hockey. The program is taught by USA Hockey-certified coaches.
Before participating in the program, Minnesota Wild staff recommend children take skating lessons. Participants should be able to skate the width of the ice unassisted before the start of the first Little Wild session.
Cost to participate in the program is $130, which includes the four one-hour sessions, a full set of custom-fit equipment and a ticket to a pre-season Minnesota Wild game.
The equipment set includes a helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, skates, hockey stick, elbow pads, hockey pants, shin guards, socks, Little Wild jersey and an equipment bag.
Hosting the program at the Plymouth Ice Center is possible through a partnership with Wayzata Youth Hockey Association, which pays for ice time to help introduce the game of hockey to new children in the community.
Registration for the Little Wild Learn to Play program begins at 10 a.m. Monday, May 20. To register, visit wild.com/littlewild. For more information about the program, call the Minnesota Wild at 651-312-3443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wayzata Hockey Clinics is now taking registration for the Spring Clinic. We are offering:
- Skating and Scoring Clinic
- Defense & Checking Clinic
NEW: If you register by January 31, 2019, you will receive 10% off.
Click on this link to go right to registration or you can click here: https://wyha.sportngin.com/register/form/666826590. For more information about the Spring AND Summer Clinics, go to www.wayzatahockeyclinics.com.
NOTE: Registration for Summer clinics will open February 1.
If you have any questions about any of the clinics, please email us at email@example.com or call 763-553-0737.
The 2019 FHIT and MAP Membership Program are now taking priority registration for WYHA players. This priority registration ensures that any WYHA player looking to train with us this off-season will have a spot. After November 15th our registration opens to the public and we will fill most age groups.
Come experience our expert coaching staff in a competitive and fun environment!
Click on the PDF below to learn more and also to link to the site to reserve your spot!
If you have any questions about or programs please feel free to contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or 763.577.9990
WYHA promotes, sponsors, provide facilities for and organizes a program dedicated to recreation, sportsmanship, and excellence in ice hockey for youth in School District 284. WYHA provides a competitive ice hockey program, both recreational and developmental, designed to meet the needs of all youth ages 5-19. Each participant has the opportunity to compete at the level best suited to aid in the development of his or her individual physical and mental qualities.
Please direct your comments to us at Info@wayzatahockey.org.
Interested in becoming a WYHA Hockey Coach for the 2018-2019 Season? Click here to complete the application process. Thank you for your interest!
Coaches MUST have an approved MN Hockey Screening form completed and current SafeSport certification to participate for the current season- each are good for 2 seasons once completed.
Proceed to the Coaches Corner page for more details regarding MN Hockey screening, SafeSport, and CEP requirements, etc.
WYHA is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for its participant’s physical, emotional, and social development and to ensure that it promotes an environment free from abuse and misconduct. As part of this commitment WYHA will be following the recommendations and guidelines defined in the USA Hockey Safesport Program Handbook. For more detailed information on the Safesport program visit our webpage here.
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All profit goes directly to the Wayzata Youth Hockey Association to assist in keeping hockey affordable for all.
Set up your NGIN account, if you have set up an account with another sport or association, you’re set! Just click on the “Create an Account” link on the very top of the website to begin the process; this will ensure you have access to all our new features, contact information and also provide you access to register your hockey player/s.
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