The Cutthroats are officially here! TVF’s Youth Hockey Program has rebranded for the 2018-19 season and looking forward to a great season of Cutties on ice.

Teton Valley Foundation Cutthroats Youth Hockey is a recreational league designed to help kids ages 4 – 18 develop as hockey players while enjoying a fun winter activity on ice. Our focus is on skill development, teamwork, exercise, and fun!  Dedicated volunteer coaching staff are trained with USA Hockey to work with varied skill levels.

Practice officially starts on Monday November 12th 2018 and runs through Friday March 15th 2019.

NEW This Year: Mini-Mites is available as a half season program for the younger players who aren’t quite ready to commit to 16 weeks of hockey. Select Session I, Session II or whole season when registering for Mini Mites.

New to Hockey?

Check out our FAQ’s for Mini-Mites & Mites for those families who are new to our hockey program.

Age Classifications

What Age Level is Your Child? Check out the USA Hockey 2018/19 Age Classifications


A development program for girls aged 4-14. This is a non-competitive program in which the skills of hockey will be taught and practiced. As an all levels program, the girls will be divided based on skill level and age. Skating techniques, skill drills and some scrimmage play will round out the program. The coaching staff is comprised of USA Hockey certified women with a background in hockey all whom currently play competitively. A great opportunity to learn and play hockey in a fun and supportive environment!

Teton Valley Foundation is subsidizing the fees for Girls Hockey to encourage participation and grow our program! This is a fun and affordable way to participate in a lifelong sport. Girls Hockey is a supplemental program offered in addition to our co-ed Cutthroats youth hockey team. Girls can participate in both programs. New players also welcome!

Learn more about Girls Hockey & register on our Girls Hockey Page


All players are required to register with USA Hockey to participate in youth hockey at Kotler Ice Arena. USA Hockey Fees cover supplemental insurance for players and support the growth of hockey in Idaho. Register on the USA Hockey site to get the player registration number prior to registering with TVF.


2018/19 Parent Handbook is available Parent Handbook. This is the official handbook of Teton Valley Foundation Cutthroats Youth Hockey and outlines rules, expectations and guidelines for the season.


In order to continue developing our nonprofit Youth Hockey program, create a sense of community among parents, and keep costs as low as possible, parents will now be required to volunteer at least 4 hours of time per season per child. This can include coaching, supporting tournaments, fundraising, being a team manager, and more. You will need to agree to the commitment during the registration process. You will also be required to pay a $75 volunteer deposit and at the end of the season you will be reimbursed once you meet your obligation.

Current Available Volunteering

Squirts Tournament March 1-3 – Contact Squirts Parent Managers

Gear Drop Off Help – March 13/14/18 – Click to Sign Up


Gear drop off will be held at the rink. You MUST return all gear on one of the gear drop off dates or you will be charged for missing equipment.

Wednesday March 13th 6 pm – 7 pm (following Mites Practice)

Thursday March 14th 5:30 pm – 7 pm (following Mini-Mites & Squirts Practice)

Monday March 18th 5 pm – 6:30 pm


Check out the Ultimate Hockey Parent Guide from USA Hockey for helpful tips on thriving during hockey season!


We offer partial & full scholarships for both Youth Hockey AND Ice skating. Scholarships are based primarily on financial need, but priority will be given to kids who are typically under-represented in our hockey & skating programs. Regardless of cultural background, ethnicity, or gender, anyone who demonstrates financial need will be considered.  Each candidate must complete an application. Please email us for more information, or to request an application in English OR Spanish.