The GCHA is a non-profit organization that relies on parent and community volunteers for coaching and managing our programs.
GCHA provides a variety of youth programs for different skill levels and age groups!
If you are brand new to hockey and unsure about the sport, GCHA offers three Try Hockey for Free days. These events allow children to try skating and hockey with the help of GCHA coaches and players We offer two Try Hockey for Free in early November and another late February. We also offer a Girls Try Hockey for Free is held in early October and is for girls only.
|Program||Age / Division||Skill level||Timeline|
|Learn to Skate||4-8||Beginner skaters, or very young skaters who need to learn or work on skating skills. Also, young skaters who are ready for learning hockey skills and participating in games.||Registration starting in September, program runs November through March. Commitment: 1 hr/week (Saturday) Seperated into 2, 12 week sessions|
|House Program||6U-16U||House offers players the opportunity to enjoy competitive hockey without the travel.||Registration starting in September, program runs November through March. Commitment: 2-3 Skates/week (weeknight + Saturday)|
|Pee Wee "A" Travel||2012||Skaters who want an opportunity to participate at a level of competition that will challenge their skills.||Team placement in March Try Outs: March 20,22&26 Commitment: 3 Skates/week|
Children take varied paths through the programs as they gain skills and get older. GCHA welcomes new skaters at any age and skill level.
Young children tend to go from Learn to Skate (1-2 years) -> Learn to Play (1 year) -> Travel Program
For any questions on where to start or where to go next, please contact GCHA President, Billy Barrett http://firstname.lastname@example.org or Learn to Skate/Learn to Play Coordinator, Kristen Combs at http://email@example.com.
Check out our events page to see what exciting things we have coming up!
The Bob England Hockey Foundation is looking for supporters who share the love of hockey, and can help assist youth in need to continue to grow through sport. Twice a year applications will be reviewed and a grant will be awarded to support players hockey expenses. Please visit the Bob England Hockey Foundation for more information.
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For 2022-23 GCHA Sponsorship Information please download a Sponsorship Form located on the left side of our home page under Forms.