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Our Teams and Programs

DEVELOPMENTAL / RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS:

Programs are available for all ages to learn the basics of skating and fundamentals of the sport of hockey. Emphasis is placed on fundamental skill development and learning the sport of hockey.
Playing Level for 2019-20 Season Age*
  
Learn to Skate (LTS):
 
Children learn the fundamentals of skating (forward, backward, stopping) combined with fun games on the ice. 
*Full hockey equipment is not needed.
Any age (most are 4-7)
  
Beginner Hockey/Learn to Play (LTP):
  
What was previously called "Learn To Play (LTP)" will now be incorporated in with the 6U and 8U programs. If your skater is new to hockey, and not quite ready to go all-in, just learning to play the game of hockey we will have a path for them to try it out without making a full commitment to playing in league games with a team. There is no longer a separate level for LTP. Sign up for 6U or 8U level depending on your child’s age. Skaters must be able to skate the full length of the ice without assistance..   *Full hockey equipment is required – rental equipment is available.
8 & under (most are 4-6)
 
U6-Mite (Cross-ice without goalies): (Birth Year 2013 or Younger)  
Continued skating and hockey skill development through one-two practice session each week; plus one hour game ice per week.
*Full hockey equipment is required and can be rented through the club.

6 & under

  
U8-Mite (Half-ice with goalies): (Birth Years 2011/2012)  
Similar to U6-Mite, but for 7-8 year old hockey players; two practice sessions per week and one game ice per week (2-3 games per hour game ice). Rotating Goalies week to week.
8 & under

 

Rink Rats (Full-ice with goalies): (Birth Years 2007/2008/2009/2010)                    (Learn to Play for older kids): This program is intended for first year skaters who are not ready to play full ice games at the squirt or peewee level.  Typically, these skaters will be in their first year of playing hockey.  They will have 1-2 practices sessions per week and will play games versus other Rink Rat teams from area clubs. **This level is only available if numbers support it.

9, 10, 11, 12 year olds
 

CLUB PROGRAMS:

Skaters are placed on teams based on age and skill level. Each season, teams are allocated approximately 30 - 60 one-hour practices (dependent on age level) and 10 home games. The total number of games per season generally equals the 10 home games, plus 10 reciprocal games plus tournament games, and usually ranges from 25 - 35 games. Teams may qualify and play in the Wisconsin State Tournament.
Playing Level for 2019-20 Season Age*
  
Squirt:
    
Birth year 2009 & 2010. No checking.  Average 2.5 practices per week with 2, 60 minute games on weekends.

10 & under
  
PeeWee:
  
Birth year 2007 & 2008No checking. Average 2.75 practices per week with 2, 75 minute games on weekends.

12 & under
  
Bantam:
  
Birth year 2005 & 2006Checking.  Average 3 practices per week with 2 to 3, 90 minute games on weekends.

14 & under

 

Midget:
Generally 9th through 12th grade. Checking. Average 2.5 practices per week with 2, 90 minute games on weekends.

 

18 & under

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