For those skaters who have successfully completed our Learn to Skate curriculum, Learn to Play Clinic challenges your player to acquire, improve and sharpen the fundamental skills necessary to participate in on-ice competition, advanced skating, as well as puck handling, passing and shooting.
Full hockey equipment is required to participate that includes a hockey helmet with cage, mouth guard, neck guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey pants, protective cup, shin guards, hockey socks & hockey skates.
There is no age requirement to participate in our learn to play clinic but there is a skill requirement. Skaters must have passed our learn to skate clinic.
If your skater has completed a learn to skate class with another organization, an evaluation can be set up to assess your skaters’ abilities and to advise you if they are ready for learn to play or must complete our learn to skate clinic.
Player to coach ratio is 12:1
You can register over the phone (732)-856-9700 or in person. To complete the registration, payment must be made in full. We accept cash, check or credit card.
Please check our homepage or facebook back for any snow cancellations.
The next step after learn to play is our house league.
For those skaters who have successfully completed our learn to skate curriculum, our learn to play (formally thunder clinic) challenges your player to acquire, improve and sharpen the fundamental skills necessary to participate in on-ice competition. Advanced skating, as well as puck handling, passing and shooting will be covered.
Our fun training drills are aimed to develop skill, while building confidence, self-esteem, and promoting a strong sense of teamwork.
For additional information please contact Christy Callas.