Our Cubs program is our Learn-To-Skate program and is intended for players just beginning their hockey experience. It is available to anyone in the Mini-Mite or Mite age classifications on the "Minnesota Hockey Age Cutoff Dates".
Cubs meets once a week on Saturday mornings. They meet from the beginning of November until early February, with breaks for Thanksgiving and Christmas. The program is designed to give beginners a chance to learn the basics of skating with less of a commitment, both time and financial. All cubs receive a jersey and socks! At the end of the program, there will be a graduation, where each player receives a medal and a special gift!
Upon registering families will be given a gift card to pure hockey to cover most of the costs of all equipment for the first year. To get started follow the registration link below. Questions? Feel free to email John Pitzl at email@example.com or call 612-382-5324.
Traveling Registration is now CLOSED
If you have questions or for more information on our Traveling Program, please contact a Traveling Director. Contact information can be found on the Board Member page.
Mite Registration is now OPEN
Mite Registration will close on October 27th. Registration questions can be sent to the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have questions or for more information on our Mite Program, please contact a Mite Director. Contact information can be found on the Board Member page.
Please read the Registration Information document for registration instructions and important dates before you register for the season.
The payment options available are:
PAYMENT PLAN: This option allows you to pay the Registration Fee and have the initial Ice Fees spread out over the season in 4 installments. The Payment Plan option is not available for all Registrants. This does not apply to 1st-year skaters.
Bantam, PeeWee, Squirt, Traveling Goalie, and co-op skaters at the 10U, 12U, and 15U levels. Fees are divided into 5 installments with the first installment of $325.00 to be collected upon the conclusion of the registration session via Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account. The remaining balance will be automatically debited from the SAME ACCOUNT in four equal payments each, starting on 11/15/19, 12/15/19, 1/15/20, and ending on 2/15/20.
If your child is NOT new to the association and NOT on a school waiver, you do not need to bring anything for registration to In-person paperwork dropoff.
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We are pleased to announce that a hardship fund has been established that will be put into place for the upcoming season. Links to both the full Hardship Fund Policy and the Hardship Application may be found below. A few of the highlights:
- the Board will set aside a sum of money from our fundraising dollars each season to be used to assist families who have need. No registration or team fees will be used to fund the hardship program. This year the dollar amount is capped at $5,000. Maximum assistance is 50% of registration and/or team fees per player.
- financial assistance will be used to offset SLPYHA registration and/or team fees only; outside costs such as slush funds, apparel and equipment will not be subsidized.
- families must be in good standing in regard to monies owed and the policies of SLPYHA and must have been a member for at least 1 year prior to requesting assistance.
- applications must be completed and submitted by the deadline - this year that is September 1st. The hardship committee will review and make a determination; all decisions are final.
We will review all applications and make a determination in time for you to register your skaters for the season. DO NOT register them until we have notified you to do so.
If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com