Ice Hockey is the fastest team sport in the world, built on teamwork, speed and skill.
Junior Ice Hockey is completely safe to take part in. Body contact does not occur until players have sufficient skill and confidence, and all players must wear full protective gear including helmets and full body pads. Ice Hockey rules don’t allow any rough play, especially at beginner levels – player safety is the biggest concern.
So strap on some skates and hit that Ice for something out of the ordinary.
Why is it good for me?
- Something new and different that can help increase fitness levels and improve your balance while skating around.
- A social team sport that can get you to meet new people and make friends as well.
- Completely safe to play and take part in.
How much will it cost me?
The cost for learning to play Ice Hockey is approximately $150 per term for two hour lessons per week at Learn to Play sessions.
Because of the large amount of protective gear required to play there will be a hireage fee of around $30 per term. There may be extra protective gear that you may have to buy as you play more and at a higher level.
What do I need to play?
There is a lot of protective gear required to play, but nearly all of it can be hired at the rinks.
A warm drink for after being on the ice.