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Program Overview

In coordination with the Cleveland Monsters, the Lake Erie Panthers Hockey Club is proud to offer our Learn to Play Hockey Program.  New this year, the program will include Learn to Skate classes for kids through a partnership with the Euclid Skating Academy.

The focus and goal of the Learn to Play Program is to teach beginner hockey players the fundamentals of skating, basic hockey stance, stride, knee bend, use of edges and how to hold a stick.

WHAT’S AFTER LEARN TO PLAY?

After graduating from one of our Learn to Play sessions, your player can begin on the path to more competitive stages of hockey in the 6U/8U (Mite) program or the 10U (Squirt) program with the Lake Erie Panthers Hockey Club.

We are a proud member of the Cleveland Suburban Hockey League (CSHL) which includes:

  • 6U/8U (Mite) Blue travel hockey
    • Station-based practices/curriculum similar to Learn to Play, but now featuring other area teams to play against!
  • 6U/8U (Mite) White travel hockey
    • Some players will graduate Learn to Play and go straight to Mite White, the second stage of 6U/8U hockey!
    • Station-based practices are still taking place, but more advanced area competition and more games included on the schedule
  • 8U (Mite) Red travel hockey
    • This is the last stage of Mite hockey and most competitive stage of 8U. 
    • Almost exclusively set for 7 and 8-year old’s to compete and can feature select full-ice hockey games as well.
  • 10U (Squirt) travel hockey
    • Depending on age after graduation from LTP, your player may advance to 10U hockey!
    • Each CSHL association will feature various skill level teams at this age group to accommodate all levels.

WHAT ABOUT THE EQUIPMENT?

The Lake Erie Panthers Hockey Club will have hockey equipment available for use. This equipment will be loaned out to you for the duration of the program at no additional cost.

Learn to play 2019-2020

We are working on getting our dates set for the 2019-20 hockey season. The rink is schedule to open the weekend of September 7th.  We will be hosting a Try Hockey for Free Event on September 8th in partnership with the city of Euclid. We will announce the dates of our Learn to Play program as soon as they are finalized.  If you have any questions in the meantime, please reach out to Bobbi Komma at bobbi.komma@eyha.net

 

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