Hockey

Fall 2018 Hockey Registration – opens July 16 for returning players, July 25 for new players

Wolf Pack Northwest Hockey League
 
Registration for the Wolf Pack Northwest Hockey League (house/travel) opens July 16 for returning NWHL, in-house and development fall and spring players. General public will not be able to register until July 25. As a reminder NWHL is a park district program where the agency and league rules are first come, first served for players determined capable of playing at the level. With that, players deemed not ready for the level of play will be recommended to continue in a development program. The evaluations are to evaluate players for ability to properly place on teams that if more than one at a level. Teams should be competitive with each other. Pre-skates start Aug. 20 and are included in fees. Evaluations are Sept. 9 and 10.
 
The league requires that teams change rosters from season to season thus there are no friend requests. Only when absolutely necessary will carpool requests be considered.
 
Players must be registered with the park district to be dated if there is need to go to a waitlist. Registration can be done online and requires either full payment or a $300 deposit, the completion of the EFT payment plan and your 2018/2019 USA Hockey registration. If necessary registration can be still be submitted at the front desk of Triphahn Center.
 
NWHL – Midgets $1290 / $1350 242505-E
NWHL – Midgets GOALIE $645 / $675 242505-EG
NWHL – Bantams $1090 / $1150 242505-D
NWHL – Bantams GOALIE $545 / $575 242505-DG
NWHL – PeeWees $990 / $1050 242505-C
NWHL – PeeWees GOALIE $495 / $525 242505-CG
NWHL – Squirts $990 / $1050 242505-B
NWHL – Squirts GOALIE $495 / $525 242505-BG
 
REGISTER HERE FOR NWHL WOLF PACK HOCKEY
 
 

COYOTE MITES 

COYOTE MITES PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ IMPORTANT REG INFO


Coyote Mites House Team Hockey

Players born in 2010 or later are eligible to play in this AAU league (Average 3 ice times and additional off-ice per week) Although competitive, this league is for players that have gained the ability to skate, handle the puck and compete against other programs house league teams- Includes high level skill training

and team practices plus home and away games. Practices start early September and games a little later in the month. Note: Team jerseys are supplied to borrow for the season. We don’t want people to have to pay for jerseys as they move to Wolf Pack jerseys at Squirts. $300 deposit and payment plan available.

House Travel Mites $850 / $890 242505-A
House Travel Mites – GOALIE $425 / $445 242505-AG
 
REGISTER HERE FOR MITES
 
Coyotes Travel Competitive Travel Team Play
 
All players born 2010 or later are eligible in this AAU League (average 4 ice times plus away games plus additional off-ice sessions per week) For the passionately dedicated child that looks to play with and compete against similar players from other travel programs. Includes more games and practice starting in September, more sophisticated and advanced training and game learning and world-class tournament events. Note: Team jerseys are supplied to borrow for the season. We don’t want people to have to pay for jerseys as they move to Wolf Pack jerseys at Squirts.
 
• Two tournaments included in the cost.
• Travel Mite Coordinator and Team 1 Head Coach, Jeffrey Muffitt creates a team environment of on and off ice fun and events unlike anyone else. He runs his teams with a professional feel in a super exciting and enjoyable atmosphere. Players have a great time improving!
 
$300 deposit and payment plan available
Payment plans available for all full team registration.
Travel Mites $1090 / $1150 242510-A
Travel Mites – GOALIE $545 / $575 242510-AG
 

Wolverine Girls Hockey
 
The Wolverines Girls hockey program is for girls age 8-16 and sets its sights on being the leading place for girls to learn the game, love the game and be given access to the tools to reach their potential. The program includes off-ice conditioning and fitness training to enhance sports performance. Hockey is the ultimate sport for health and camaraderie for girls.
 
Wolverines NIHL Travel $1290 / $1350 242505-W2
Wolverines NIHL Travel Goalie $645/ $675 242505-WG
 
Wolverines NWHL – U10 $990/ $1050 242505-W
Wolverines NWHL – U12 $990 / $1050 242505-W1
Wolverines NWHL GOALIE $495 / $595 242505-WS
 
REGISTER HERE FOR WOLVERINES
 
 

Summer 2018 Hockey Info

Summer is a great time to focus on improving all areas of the game while still getting a competitive challenge. This summer will see a major focus on improving skating mechanics, explosive speed, stick and competitive/urgent game training through hi-tempo scrimmage every session. We expect this summer to be the most influential training period for our passionate players.

As below, the number of teams and players on a team will be determined by the desire and readiness of players. Players not quite ready will get excellent training in the skills sessions etc. Players deemed ready to play are accepted on a first come basis. Registering for travel does not secure a place in NWHL. An addition refundable down payment must be made to secure a spot.

Note: There is a two payment option.  Registration can be done online here.

Please read the flyers below for more detailed information. NOTE: Midget and Wolverine programs are being finalized.  Please feel free to contact Randy Jordan at 847-285-5501 for more information!

We are always looking to add to our coaching staff. If you are interested or know of good people please have them contact Randy at rjordan@heparks.org.

stick and puck

Mites Saturday Clinic click here for information

Wolf Pack Summer Camp  Click here for information

Wolverines – Girls Summer Training Click here for information

Overspeed Extreme Clinics  – Overspeed Defense, Mite Overspeed, Overspeed Extreme Click here for information

“Great hockey staff. Steve Centers and Randy are always ready to help your knowledge of getting your child most prepared for success in youth hockey.” – Jim C.

Off-Ice Training Offered In Athletic Performance Shelf

A new off-ice hockey training room is now located in space that was previously the Gymnastics Shelf. The space accommodates 15-18 kids at a time and will be available for sports conditioning programs for all athletes.  Synthetic ice adds new additional training opportunities. Top players focus on off-ice strength, plyos, agility, footwork, toughness, athletic training, etc. in the offseason.  The new training facility will enable passionate players to drastically improve skating technique and power, speed, stick skills, shooting power, accuracy, release, secrets to scoring, checking skills etc. using video and benchmark testing.

 Features include:

  • Great staff – Mentoring by the top goalie coach in the country
  • 4 Boni shooting machines with special electrical reels on both rinks and in the off-ice training center
  • Dedicated weekly clinics
  • NEW- Crease bands for perfect positions
  • Synthetic ice for  “real” off-ice training
  • Safety padding on all walls to allow for safe game play and checking fundamental training
  • Retractable Netting partitions to form 5 separate enclosed stations, fully adjustable to needs
  • Portable synthetic ice for 7 elements of skating training and realistic puck stick and shooting skill training
  • Numerous stickhandling tools
  • Shooting targets-radar
  • Various affixed heavy duty resistance bands for leg power and shooting mechanics and power
  • Large power tires, weights, ladders, skip ropes, resistance bands, step boxes, Bosu balls, circles, soccer, boxing training methods, box lacrosse and much more
  • Portable video equipment for the ultimate in personal training
  • Electrical reels for goalie Boni machine training
  • The latest in training techniques and curriculum
  • Use of indoor track for speed

 

Goalie Academy

Want to try being a goalie? Or are you looking for personalized training in weekly skills sessions for goalies? Excellent instruction in a positive atmosphere by professional, highly motivated and talented instructors. Contact Randy Jordan at 847-285-5501 or rjordan@heparks.org for more information.

Click here for information

USA HOCKEY AGE CATEGORY FOR  2018 SUMMER HOCKEY 

DATE OF BIRTH AGE CATEGORY AGE DIVISION
2000 18 Years Midget 18 & Under
2001 17 Years Midget 18 & Under
2002 16 Years Midget 16 & Under
2003 15 Years Midget 16 & Under
2004 14 Years Bantam 14 & Under
2005 13 Years Bantam 14 & Under
2006 12 Years Pee Wee 12 & Under
2007 11 Years Pee Wee 12 & Under
2008 10 Years Squirt 10 & Under
2009 9 Years Squirt 10 & Under
2010/2011 8 & Under Mite 8 & Under
2012 6 & Under 6 and Under

 

OVERSPEED SHOOTING CHECKLIST WITH Pic Notes Oct 2013 OVERSPEED SKATING REMINDERS JULY 2018 Overspeed Stickhandling Basics OVERSPEED STICKHANDLING GRID 2 APRIL 2016.docx.msg OVERSPEED TOEWS CREATIVITY ARTICLE

Hockey Camps

Hoffman Estates Park District offers several camps seasonally to address the needs of existing hockey players (6-15) passionate on improving their game to be at full speed for fall hockey. Click here for more information

Adult Hockey Lessons

For a great way to have fun and get fit, hockey just can’t be beat! This fun, low-key course is open to men and women. Focus on the key skating components and then apply them to stick handling, shooting, passing and safe checking. Through on-ice exercises, you will see great progress and be able to play games in no time. Click here for information and registration.

Adult Drop-in Hockey

The Ice Arena offers regular drop-in hockey for adults. Call about Sunday Nights 847–885–7500. *Players must be 18 or older. ID required. Bring your own equipment and helmet.
Rates
$10 per visit
$70 for 10 visits
Click here for Drop In Hockey hours.

Skating Special Events

Hoffman Estates Park District offers many fun and exciting skating special events. Skating Events held throughout the year: Ice Show, Egg Slide, Great Pumpkin Skate, Skate with Santa and many more! Click here for more information on special events.

Parents

Why sit idle while the kids are on the ice when you can get fit? Get moving at the Triphahn Fitness Center

 


Contact for Hockey: Randy Jordan, 847-285-5501, rjordan@heparks.org