Hockey 123 is open to children ages 5 and up who are interested in learning to play hockey. It is heavily recommended for children to have already completed a skating class: Tots, Youth Beginner 1 Learn to Skate or another comparable class at another rink. This class is an excellent introduction to the fundamentals of hockey, with a great emphasis on skating technique. 

The class is divided into three levels: Hockey 1, Hockey 2, and Hockey 3, with corresponding increasing levels of difficulty. Hockey 1 focuses on the basics: getting comfortable in your skates and equipment, how to fall, and beginning skating techniques. Hockey 2 focuses on developing power in skating techniques, control over movement, and backwards skating. Hockey 3 focuses on refining skating techniques, backwards skating, edge work, and the beginning use of pucks. Skaters will be sorted into groups in the beginning of the session, or when they join. There will be two opportunities throughout the 12-week session (Fall, Winer, Spring; 9-week session in Summer) to test up into the next level. These dates will be emailed to parents/caregivers at the start of the program. Each level of Hockey 123 has recommended skills provided by USA Hockey that will be used as benchmarks for appropriate level placement. Upon completion of Hockey 3, skaters will have the option of joining the Sharks Ice Youth In-House program or the other age-specific teams; decided through a case by case basis and by what the player is most comfortable with. 

We offer rental hockey equipment at no cost while the players are registered for classes (more information below). Skate rental is not included in the price of enrollment; full hockey equipment is required. 




12 WEEK SESSION - $216.00

THURSDAYS 5:45 - 6:30 PM: Hockey 1, Hockey 2, Hockey 3



SATURDAYS 9:15 - 10:00 AM: Hockey 1, Hockey 2, Hockey 3



Please contact the Hockey Department - CLICK HERE - for information on how to enroll.


Hockey has a lot of components and can be overwhelming when you add gear, sticks and pucks to kids who are not comfortable on their skates. All Learn to Skate classes may be completed in hockey skates and are recommended as the starting point for players of all ages who are new to ice skating. For more information or questions about skating classes, please contact Skating Manager David Hicks. 




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We are offer Hockey 1,2.3 participants the opportunity to take gear home as part of their participation in one of our hockey programs with a signed Rental Agreement and Equipment Waiver at no cost.  If the gear is not returned you will be charged for the items items checked out.

Gear is distributed on a first come, first serve basis. Participants will be fitted for gear the first week, and the gear is their to take home for the duration of the class. All borrowed gear must be returned at the end of the session unless they will be continuing in the next session. Depending on the number of registrants, and due to our limited gear available, we cannot guarantee the availability of equipment. Skates used for the class must be rented and returned after each class. 

If borrowing gear, please plan to arrive a minimum of 60 minutes prior to the start of class to receive your gear and get your child dressed so he/she can be on the ice on time.

SKATE RENTAL IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION COST & EQUIPMENT RENTAL – 12-session skate rental books are available at the front desk at a discounted price of $45.00 (12 skate rentals for the price of 10).


For more information contact the Chi-Yin Tse.


***Jerseys and equipment are provided on a first-come, first-serve basis.***