The Learn To Play Hockey program promises fun and instructive basic skills sessions for any boy or girl who wishes to master the fundamentals of hockey. Weekly sessions are designed to develop your child’s strength, balance and agility to become a confident and competent player while enjoying games, drills and making new friends.
The program is open to children aged four to ten years of age.
REGISTER ONLINE: Any time prior to 1/5/19 on website
DATES: January 5th through March 30th. (10+ Sessions)
TIME: 8-8:50 AM, Saturday mornings
PLACE: Graf Rink, Low Street, Newburyport
FEE: $50 per child
EQUIPMENT: Skates, helmet, shin guards, elbow pads, gloves and stick made for hockey are required. Optional: shoulder pads, hockey pants, hockey socks, cup, and jersey. Let us know if you need help with equipment.
Space is limited so please register early to secure a spot.
For additional information about the Learn-to-Play Hockey program, please contact Mark Sullivan at (617) 913-0827 or
. For questions concerning registering, please contact Jon Lindholm, TYH Registrar, at
Triton Youth Hockey is accepting applications for the upcoming Learn To Skate program.
LTS is open to boys and girls from area towns just starting out in ice skating. The program runs on Saturday mornings from 8am – 9am from September 29th through December 29th at the Graf rink in Newburyport.
Cost of the program is $125 for one child or $200 for two children.
Please contact our Registrar, Jon Lindholm, at (email@example.com) for registration questions or go online at www.tritonyouthhockey.com to register..
The Pee Wee AAA team won the program’s 5th State Championship banner over the weekend of March 9-11. It is the second championship for a number of the players on the team. The team went 3-0 in round robin play and then beat Amherst 3-0 in the semi-finals and Acton Boxborough 4-0 in the finals.
Overall, it was an excellent weekend for the whole program. There were six teams representing District 2 in the medium state tournaments. The Squirt AAA, Squirt AA, Pee Wee AAA, Pee Wee AA, Bantam AAA and Bantam AA all competed March 9th-11th for titles. An amazing FIVE teams battled their way into the semi-finals on Sunday. The 6th team was very close to making it as well. The Bantam AAA, Pee Wee AA, and Squirt AA teams lost in the semifinals. The Squirt AAA team lost a heartbreaking OT loss in the finals.