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HOCKEY REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

There are some new things to note this season. All registered players from 2017-18 should have received a newsletter detailing those items. Contact a board member if you have any questions.

Registration Fee Assistance Applications are Being Accepted Now

We never want finances to prevent a child from playing hockey. All applications for registration fee assistance are completely confidential. For more information, please contact our scholarship committee chair here OR download and submit the application below.

CLICK TO REGISTER

Registrations received after September 15
will incur a $20 late fee.

This fee will not apply to new players. If you are a new player registering after September 15, please request a discount code before you register.


LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY

Program Information

The LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY program, formerly known as the RECREATIONAL LEAGUE is an introductory program that allows new players to learn to play hockey in a low stress instructional environment with a low time and money commitment. Participants can build skills and confidence in this 6 week program to prepare them for the travel program, if that is their desire.  

Open to boys and girls, ages 7-10 (Birth Years 2011-2008)

(Boys and girls with a birth year of 2012 & younger are encouraged to join the Mini Mite(6U) program. No USA Hockey fee is needed and is a similar development program to Learn to Play. If older than 2008, please contact the "Rec League" Coordinator)

2018 Fall Session: (Registration Open)

Sundays 4:30 - 5:30 pm (Arrive by 4:00 pm to dress in equipment)

October 7, 14, 21, 28  and November 4, 11

2019 Winter Session: (Registration opens after the completion of Fall Session)

Sundays 4:30 - 5:30 pm (Arrive by 4:00 pm to dress in equipment) 

January 6, 13, 20, 27 and February 3, 10

 

Click the image above to learn more about the Learn to Play program or to register.

Equipment Swap

Click on the picture to send seller an email.
 
 

 

 
Equipment Swap Guidelines:
  • Send your equipment listing to Nate Ewalt.
  • Include a photo, a description including price, and contact information.
  • When you sell your equipment, let Nate know so he can remove your listing.
  • All listings will be removed after 30 days unless you contact Nate to request an extension.

 


 DISCOUNT CARDS 

ORDER MERCHANT DISCOUNT CARDS HERE

Last season's merchant discount cards available now for HALF PRICE. Just $15. Offers are good til November 30, 2018. Pizza Ranch, Casey's, Great Lakes Cinema 7, Fridley. Pioneer Theater, Dairy Queen, Fareway, Godfather's Pizza, Pho, Spudnutz, Subway, Sports Page, Gary's on the River, Rabab's, HyVee. 


 BLIZZARD APPAREL ORDER 

Click image above to order. There is no deadline for ordering.




 ROLLER HOCKEY 

WEDNESDAYS

June 6 - August 22

$1 per session

YOUTH, register HERE

HS - ADULT, register HERE

Required Equipment

Helmet, gloves, shin pads, elbows, and roller blades are required. 


 GIRLS HOCKEY WEEKEND 

September 28-29

Sioux Falls IcePlex

$25; bring a friend who is new to hockey and she gets in FREE.

Register HERE


 PRE-SEASON 3 ON 3 

October 7, 14,  21, 28

12 - 3 pm

$25 full session, $10 drop-in single session

Register HERE.


 LAURA STAMM POWER SKATING CLINIC 

October 19
Group 1  5:30 - 7:30
Group 2   7:45 - 9:45

October 20
Group 1  10:30 - 12:30
Group 2  12:45 - 2:45

October 21
Group 1   8:00 - 10:00
Group 2   10:15 - 12:15

$75 for LAHA Skaters, $100 for non-LAHA Skaters

We will open clinic registration to non-LAHA Skaters AFTER SEPTEMBER 28 if there are spots available. 

If you are not with LAHA and are interested in this opportunity, please contact Brett to be placed on the waiting list as soon as possible. 

Register HERE



All programs offered at the Boji Bay Ice Arena are managed by the Lakes Area Hockey Association.
Our mission is to create, nurture, and sustain ice-related sports and recreation programs that teach and improve skills;
to foster sportsmanship, teamwork, and enjoyment; and improve fitness. These programs are financially accessible and
meet the needs and interests of participants of all ages and skill levels throughout the corridor.