Commitment for Avon Youth Hockey "A" and "A1" teams is due
by April 1, 2015
Please "Register Online" for the appropriate A or A1 Travel Team. A $400 fee is due at commitment. This commitment fee will be applied towards your '15/'16 season fee. Season fees have not yet been established, and won't be until our July board meeting, when we have ice costs, etc. Contact Sue Allen by email for an idea of next year's season fees
Please complete the 2015 Travel Team Commitment Letter located under DOCUMENTS in blue to the left
The two USA Hockey forms (Consent to Treat and Code of Conduct) must also be filled out
Please scan and email the three forms to Sue Allen, Registrar at: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or mail them to: Sue Allen, Registrar -- Avon Youth Hockey, 7 Colony Road, Canton CT 06019
You will need a new USAH number prior to the start of the season in September, but new numbers will not be available until April 1, 2015 at www.usahockeyregistration.com.
Please email me your '15/'16 USAH number, once you have it
Any questions, contact Sue at 860-306-1136
Avon Youth Hockey "B" Teams will be announced Monday night
The Holiday season is upon us and with it comes a great time to improve on your individual skills. Skating is the number one skill for a hockey player and it is often the most overlooked skill. Laura Stamm Power Skating instructors will provide the finest instruction to improve your skating speed. This December take advantage of our 3 day clinic that will improve your skating for the final stretch of your season.
Visit our website to get a complete list of our 2014 Holiday Programs. The 2015 Spring and Summer Schedule will be appearing on our website in December.
Our Holiday Programs sell out every year so register early to secure your spot.
We wish everyone a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season.
Click on the button below to let your friends know about the Laura Stamm program you are doing this winter.
In my forty years of teaching experience, I have too often watched (in amazement) coaches stressing quick feet while overlooking power generation.
Of course quickness is vital - but so is power!
In order to achieve power, players need to push correctly!
My Power Skating System uses a teaching progression that has been very successful. The teaching progression is to execute each skating maneuver 1. Correctly. 2. Correctly & Powerfully. 3. Correctly, Powerfully, & Quickly. 4. Correctly, Powerfully, & Quickly with the puck. 5. Correctly, Powerfully, & Quickly with the puck in game situations (not an easy task!).