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Cutthroats Youth Hockey

2022-2023 Cutthroats
Youth Hockey

Program Details

Program Info

Our Cutthroats Youth Hockey Program provides programming for Teton Valley youth from ages 4 – 19. Our program has something for everyone, whether you’re looking for serious competition, to better your skaters’ skill level, or a friendly winter activity. We are an USA Hockey affiliate, with dedicated coaches who develop skaters using the ADM model.

Our coed age classifications are as follows:

    • U6 Mini-Mites
    • U8 Mites
    • U10 Squirt
    • U12 Peewee
    • U14 Bantam
    • High School

We also offer a Girls Program for girls aged 4-14.

2022-23 Season details including schedule and pricing will be released August 15th, 2022 and Registration will open September 1st, 2022.

Tournaments & Special Events

Program Info

We offer a wide variety of events at the Kotler Ice Arena, including tournaments, fundraising events, clinics and camps! During the 2022-2023 season, we will be hosting a “B” level tournament at every co-ed age division, a girl’s tournament, and a travel tournament. Tournament dates, rules and pricing will be released shortly. Registration for all tournaments will open September 1st. A $500, non-refundable deposit is required to register. Full tournament fees are due and non-refundable 30 days before the tournament begins.

For Parents

Program Info

Our Youth Hockey program is made great by the families that support us! By participating in our program, you commit to a minimum of 5 volunteer hours, that are served either during a fundraising event or during a home tournament. Additionally, our parent code of conduct needs to be read, signed and returned to your team manager before the first practice.

For more information and a link to the Parent Code of Conduct, please click on the MORE INFORMATION link above.

Girls Hockey

Program Info

Our Girls Hockey Program is a development program for girls aged 4-14. This is currently structured as a non-competitive program in which the skills of hockey will be taught and practiced.

We are, however, looking to move towards friendly competition this year with local girls programs, if there is interest. No tournaments are included, but the opportunity to join an all girls team from Jackson or Idaho Falls may be available to those who qualify, and if we have the numbers to put up a team full of our own skaters we will! 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 female USA Hockey certified coaches. 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 in a supportive environment! Girls Hockey is a supplemental program offered in addition to our co-ed Cutthroats. Girls can participate in both programs at a discounted rate. New players are also welcome!

Tater’s Skaters
Scholarship Fund

Program Info

Our Tater’s Skaters program serves to ensure the cost of hockey is as small of a barrier as possible. Each year we provide full and partial scholarships to need based applicants. In 2021, as costs of travel began to soar, we began extending our support to cover as much travel costs as possible for Cutthroat players. We will begin accepting applications for the 2022-23 season September 1st, 2022. The deadline to apply for 2022-23 season scholarships is 11:59pm on September 30th, 2022.

To donate to the Tater’s Skaters Scholarship Fund, please email

Get Involved

Program Info

Youth Hockey is made great by our dedicated volunteers! We have the following volunteer opportunities open currently: 3 – 4 places on our fundraising committee. We are also always looking for coaches with passion and experience, considering joining our team!

Thank You

to our generous sponsors


We have volunteer opportunities to help with fall projects at Kotler Ice Arena.
If you would like to help out,
please email us, we’d love it!

Lost & found

Our lost and found is located in the southeast corner of the rink. If you believe you have lost something precious or expensive, please email and we will promptly search and reply.


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Get In Touch

Teton Valley Foundation:

Kotler Ice Arena: