Learn to Play Hockey

Learn the fundamentals of the game through Florida Hospital Center Ice's group lessons - A great way to learn to play!

Learn To Play


Skills, Drills, & Learn to Play

Our Learn to Play Hockey program is designed for individuals who have passed Hockey 1 or higher and want to learn the fundamentals of the game.  Through different exercises, students will learn skating and hockey skills that are needed to become a great hockey player.


For ages 4 - 12

October 7 - October 28

Cost: $100.00 for 4 weeks (includes jersey, skate rental, and 4 free public skate passes)

Required Equipment: Hockey stick, HECC hockey helmet (with cage), and hockey gloves, shin pads, and hockey skates (can rent skates)

Clinic meets Saturday afternoons at 2:15 PM



 

Class Recommendations

Arrival time for class:
Students should arrive at least 15 minutes before class to get their skates on and prepare for class.

What to wear on the ice:
Students should wear a jacket, gloves, and warm clothes that do not restrict their movement. Helmets are always recommended, especially for ages six and under.

**NOTE: Florida Hospital Center Ice DOES NOT provide or rent helmets, jackets, gloves, or socks.**

Where to go when you get to Florida Hospital Center Ice:
If you have already registered for class, go straight to ‘skate rental,’ get your skates, and put them on- you do not have to check in at the front desk. Once you have your skates on, go to the designated rink to get your lane assignments.

 

Inclement weather/Class cancellation policy

Cancellation information will be posted 2 hours before the Learn to Play Class begins.
Go to the ‘Learn to Play’ page of our web site for cancellation announcements.

 

Refund Policy

  • There are no make-up classes.
  • Refunds are ONLY given for the following situations and are strictly enforced:
    • Notification of withdrawal from class two weeks prior to the first lesson.
    • Student medical emergency with copy of physician’s verification provided. 

**All requests must be submitted via E-mail to the Skating Program Executive Director**