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Mite Placements - Announced
08/14/2014
Placements for the Mite A and B team will be held at the Watertown...
Final Tuition Payements
08/13/2014
Final tuition payments are due August 31, 2014.  Payments can...
U8 Program
03/02/2014
Girls U-8 Hockey:   U-8 Team:  Given the number of girls...
Why Cross-Ice Is Important! Let's See How Adults Like it?
02/27/2014
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Mite Placements - Announced
by posted 08/14/2014
 

Placements for the Mite A and B team will be held at the Watertown Rink(1 Paramount Place) on the following dates and times:

  • Wednesday September 3rd 6:30-7:20
  • Saturday September 6th 9:20-10:10

All skaters should be pre registered by clicking the link below and should plan to attend both sessions. 

http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:140586

The placement fee($100) will go towards the Mites tuition which will be $1,300 total.  Practices will start the following week with games starting the weekend of the September 13th.  Skaters wishing to play on the Mite C team do not need to attend placements.  Mite C is part of the Mini Marauders In House program and mimics the Mite program but differs in that games are only cross ice in Medford and their season is from November through February.

Any questions, please contact

 


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Final Tuition Payements
by posted 08/13/2014
 

Final tuition payments are due August 31, 2014.  Payments can be made on any existing balances by clicking on Register Online and selecting the correct registration for your child.

Any questions, please contact Elena Hanley at .


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U8 Program
by posted 03/02/2014
 
Girls U-8 Hockey:
 
U-8 Team:  Given the number of girls that are participating in our Mini-Marauder program and our Girls In House programs this current season, BYHA will explore the option for creating a U-8 girls hockey team for the 2014-15 season.  We encourage all of our girls who will be 8 years old or younger on December 31, 2014 that might be interested in playing girls hockey to come to at least one of the BYHA placement sessions, which will be held the week of March 10th, 2014.  These placement sessions will be informal on-ice sessions designed to gauge the level of interest at the U-8 level and the ability.  Belmont Youth Hockey does not cut anyone from their program. Registration is necessary for placements and there is a $100 fee which goes towards tuition for the 2014-2015 season.
 
Some anticipated specifics of the proposed U-8 team would be as follows:
  • Practices and Games will begin after Labor Day.  Practices in the early fall will be offered once a week, likely on Sunday mornings.  Practices will run on the station concept endorsed by USA Hockey, and will be skill-based and fun.  Although practices are optional, we encourage all girls to attend as many as possible.
  • We anticipate that the U-8 team will play cross ice games as mandated by USA Hockey.  BYHA supports USA Hockey’s research that cross ice games provide children at this age level with more developmental opportunities and frankly, more fun.
  • We are still exploring the best league to enter into but will certainly be mindful of travel time, costs, and number of games.  We will strive to provide a fun, skill development focused program that is mindful that the kids are in the early stages of their hockey careers.
  • It is estimated that per player costs for the U-8 team would be similar to our Mite A/B costs but would depend on which league we enter into.
 
Girls Hockey is a growing part of the BYHA program.  Rather than participating in the BYHA co-ed program, many girls prefer to play only with other girls, especially when they are just beginning to play hockey.  BYHA’s intention is to provide a positive social environment as well as an atmosphere of fun so that girls will develop as players, learn new skills, and create lasting friendships. 
 
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Why Cross-Ice Is Important! Let's See How Adults Like it?
by posted 02/27/2014
 
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Tax-Exempt Status
by posted 01/01/2011
 
Belmont Youth Hockey Association, Inc. is a tax- exempt private foundation pursuant to Internal Revenue Code section 501( c)(3), run by volunteers and dedicated to the development of the youth of Belmont, Massachusetts since 1975.
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