The Town of Oyster Bay’s Youth Ice Hockey Program is a recreational and instructional program designed to give the youngsters of our Town a way to learn the correct fundamentals of one of America’s most popular sports. Open to children ages 6-16, this program is offered at three separate locations throughout the Town. In addition to receiving instruction on the proper techniques of skating, stickhandling, and shooting, participants will make new friends and create lifelong memories.
Boys and girls, ages 6 to 16, interested in registering for the Youth Ice Hockey Program must provide a copy of their birth certificate, proof of Town of Oyster Bay residency (tax or utility bill) and payment to registration (online or in-person). Participants should be able to stand up and get around on skates and must supply their own equipment (a list will be provided upon registration). Check, money order, MasterCard, Discover, or Visa will be accepted. All registrants must bring these items, even if they have participated in the past. A parent or legal guardian must be present at registration.
To register for the Ice Hockey Program or Clinics, visit www.oysterbaytown.com/portal.
Advanced Ice Hockey Team
The Advanced Ice Hockey Skill Development Team is a new program designed for 16U & 18U as a hybrid program of 10 1-hour sessions; 40 minutes of skill development, 20 minutes scrimmage period. The program will include 1 tournament to be determined based on availability. Participates must have current USA Hockey Registration.
Learn To Play For Adults
This program consists of 10 clinic sessions designed for adults of all ages to learn the fundamentals of ice hockey and improve their abilities.
Preseason Tune-up Clinics
Prior to the start of the hockey season, tune-up clinics are offered that help players gain conditioning while helping to sharpen their hockey skills for the upcoming season.
Future Islanders Program
The Future Islanders program (hosted by the New York Islanders, NHL, and NHLPA) gives children ages 5-9 an introduction to the exciting game of hockey and serves as a transition program for first-time players interested in playing in a house league. For more information please visit newyorkislanders.com/learntoplay or call (516) 501-6764.
Rinx Total Hockey Programs
For more information on the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center, call (516) 433-RINK (7465)