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Parent Information

Parent Commitment

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.

New To Hockey

Parents have many questions when entering the hockey world and we’ve got some great resources for you!

Gear: The required pieces of gear to play hockey are as follows: Helmet, Mouthguard, Shoulder pads, Elbow pads, Gloves, Breezers (pants), Shin guards, Hockey socks, Skates, a Hockey bag and a Stick! Teton Valley Foundation has a supply of rental gear which includes a Helmet, Shoulderpads, Elbow pads, Gloves, Breezers, and Shin guards. Season long rental packages are $65 and available for House level Squirt players and younger (U10 House, U8 and U6 players). Each player is required to provide their own Mouthguard, Skates, Hockey socks and Stick.

Skill requirements: We request that each beginning skater has experience skating and is able to skate forward and backward before joining. If beginning skaters are enrolled in a session of “Youth learn to skate” simultaneously during the first session of U8 or U6 programming, and the coaches do not deem the skater unsafe during practice, we will allow skaters who are unable to skate backwards.

Age Classification: USA Hockey age classifications are by calendar year (January 1 to December 31). Whatever age your child is when the season starts on November 5th, 2022 is the age division they will be in for the entirety of the season. If you have questions or need clarification on which age division your child should register for, please email Cutthroats@Tetonvalleyfoundation.org.

Get In Touch

Teton Valley Foundation:
208-970-7486
info@tetonvalleyfoundation.org

Kotler Ice Arena:
208-970-7498
rink@tetonvalleyfoundation.org