Girls Hockey at Sno-King!
Sno-King is looking to help grow girls hockey with a series of clinics dedicated especially to them!
Sunday May 20th, 2pm - Renton small ice
Saturday, June 9, 5:05pm - Renton small ice - POSTPONED
Sunday July 15th, 2pm - Renton small ice
Sunday August 5th, 2pm - Renton small ice
We hope to see you there! Clinics are are aimed at girls 10 and under - if you are older than that, you are welcome to come out a a junior coach to help the younger girls.
Contact Coach Jenn at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about girls hockey at all levels around Washington State.
FIND US ON FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/SnoKingGirlsHockey
Girls at Sno-King play on coed teams. If there is enough interest, some girls may also participate on a girl's only develoopment team in addition to their regular coed team. This team may participate in a limited number of games with other all-girl teams and/or in a tournament in Canada. This is a great opportunity for girls to experience play with other girls. For questions about this opportunity, send us an email:
How to get started playing hockey!
Girls at Sno-King hockey play on coed teams. If you are brand-new to hockey, then you would start in either the Hockey1 or Hockey2 beginner programs.
Hockey1 is a 6-week program for kids that are taking their very first steps out on the ice.
Hockey2 is a 16-week program for kids that can manage basic skating on their own. They don't need to be great skaters at this point, and they don't need to take Hockey1 first - you will be surprised at how fast they pick up skating once they have a puck to focus on! If they can get around the rink without holding onto the wall, it's okay for them to be in Hockey2.
Team Play - After your skater has learned the fundamentals in one or more sessions of Hockey2, they are ready to play on a house rec team. Hockey season starts around September, with evaluations to help balance teams, and then runs through early March. There are two practices a week, a game once a week, and then usually a tournament or two on the long holiday weekends.
Detailed information about Hockey1 and Hockey2 can be found HERE.
Feel free to register into any current session at any time!
Ready to sign up? Here is what you do:
1. (Not required for Hockey 1) Go to the USA Hockey website to register your player online. You will be sent a USA Hockey membership number for that season. You will need this number in the next step.
2. Next, register your player on the Sno-King website.
3. Gather your gear. Click here for details on how to buy or rent gear.
4. Check the team page for the ice times / locations / news.
5. Be sure to check out the Sno-King Beginner Hockey facebook page, too!
6. HAVE FUN!!!