Golf Outing: August 9th
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Wildcat Night at the Mallards
Wildcat Night at the Warner Park Duck Pond | Fun summer celebration with your hockey friends and a portion of ticket proceeds are returned to WYHA.
July 9th | Gates open at 5:35pm first pitch @ 6:35 PM
Question, please contact our new Director of Fundraising - Elizabeth Port
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Wildcat Newsletters 2018-19 Season
Skills Director Newsletter
The intent of this newsletter is to give you a snapshot of what
we are planning for the
upcoming season for our Squirt, PeeWee, Bantam, and Midget skaters.
New to Hockey - Start with one of our beginning skater programs
Are you interested in introducing your child to skating and the sport of ice hockey? If so, either the Learn to Skate (LTS) or Learn To Play (LTP) program is ideal.
Learn the fundamentals of skating. The LTS program has two sessions. Each session runs about 10 weeks with a 1 hour practice session per week. Practice times and days may vary, but will typically be early Saturday mornings. Once the schedule is available you may access it on the website (see the link below). Skates and a hockey or bike helmet is all that is needed. Click here for more information about Learn to Skate.
Children continue the fundamentals of skating with added hockey skills and scrimmages during practice. Full hockey equipment is required. There is one, 1 hour practice per week.
NOTE: Unfortunately we do not have enough kids to allow for a Rink Rat program the 2018-19 season. Please contact the squirt or peewee Age Level Director (ALD)for options or send an email to email@example.com. We will continue to try to start and build our Rink Rat developmental program for future seasons. Rink Rats is a full ice developmental program but geared toward those new or recently new to hockey that are 9, 10, 11, or 12 years old and want a full ice experience. This is an affordable program with less of a time committment but will still allow your skater to experience full ice hockey games and develop as a skater and player through practices. Generally this program will consist of 1 to sometimes 2 practices a week and generally 1 game per weekend.
Schedule: Once the schedule is set you will be able to access it from the website ( schedule page ).
A USA hockey registration number is required, which is free for kids 6 or under, as of Dec. 31. If your child is over 6 years of age and you are registering for LTS please contact our registrar prior to registration to see about possibly waiving the USA hockey fee. The USA hockey fee is required for all other levels. Registration open for the 2018-19 season. Access Registration
New Parent Info
2018-19 Parent Handbook
Click on the link below to download a copy of the
2017-18 Parent Handbook.
2018-2019 WYHA Parent Handbook
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There are no club or community events scheduled.
Please refer to the
schedule page for the
practice and game schedule.