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TRY HOCKEY FOR FREE

  • Monday June 20th at 7:30pm
  • Thursday July 7th at 6:45pm
  • Thursday July 21st at 6:45pm
  • Wednesday August 17th at 6:00pm
  • Sunday September 25th at 4:45pm

Please come join us for one or all of our Try Hockey For Free events! We provide the ice time, coaches, and equipment needed to enjoy an hour of free ice. This is a great opportunity for kids who haven't skated before or have some skating ability to see if HOCKEY is something they would like to try! We look forward to meeting you and answering any questions you have for the 2022-23 season. Go Pirates!!!


Registration For Little Wild Begins May 16th

FOR FIRST-TIME HOCKEY PLAYERS AGES 5-8 

Since 2014 over 8,000 kids have been introduced to the game of hockey through the Little Wild Learn To Play Hockey  program. Again this year, the Little Wild Learn To Play program will hold sessions throughout Minnesota thanks to the  combined efforts of the Minnesota Wild, Minnesota Hockey, HyVee, CCM, Pure Hockey, the NHL, and NHLPA. 

PROGRAM DETAILS 

• To be eligible for Little Wild 2022, children must be born between September 1, 2013 and September 1, 2017. 

PLEASE NOTE: 5-year old participants must have had their 5th birthday by September 1, 2022 to be eligible to participate. If your child is nine  years or older, he/she is ineligible for the Little Wild program. 

• The Minnesota Wild recommends skating lessons before the start of the Little Wild program. Participants should be able to skate the width of  the ice unassisted before the start of their first Little Wild clinic. For more information on skating lessons, please check out your local community  education center or ice rinks for classes. 

• The program is intended for children who have not participated in organized youth hockey programs before. Children who have previously  participated in Little Wild are not eligible to participate in the 2022 Little Wild program. 

EQUIPMENT INCLUDED WITH REGISTRATION 

• Helmet                  • Shoulder pads

• Gloves                   • Elbow pads

• Hockey pants    • Shin guards 

• Ice skates            • Hockey socks 

• Hockey stick     • Little Wild jersey 

LOCATION: BROOKLYN PARK COMMUNITY ACTIVITY CENTER 

FOUR SESSIONS: TUESDAY 9/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27 6:15-7:15 PM

REGISTRATION OPEN: MAY 16 @ 10:00 AM

REGISTER ONLINE AT: WILD.COM/LITTLEWILD 

MORE INFORMATION: LITTLEWILD@WILD.COM • 651-312-3443 


NEW TO HOCKEY?

More information for those new to Hockey.

SUMMER STRENGTH TRAINING PROGRAM

Want to continue training on your own?

SUMMER HOCKEY TRAINING PROGRAM

Sign up for our off-season training program!


TROPHY WALL 2021-2022

Congratulations to the Squirt B2 team for taking 3rd place at Districts

Squirt B2 District 3  3rd Place

Good Luck to our second year Bantams and Coach Lange

In April we celebrated second year bantams and coach Lange’s last home game.  We had 100 North Metro alumni attend the game.

Congratulations to our second year bantams; Jackson Berg, Noah Carlson, Michael Marinac, Brendon Hoolihan, Charlie Schroeder, Cole Bennett, Colin Hoolihan, Will Manders, Josue Lovlein and Coach Lange!

Coach Lange is leaving North Metro after 20+ years of coaching.  Next year he’ll be the Totino Grace JV coach!


Make a Donation

The  North Metro Youth Hockey Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which relies upon giving to continue its mission.  Your contribution will help keep participation fees affordable , assisting the players so they can play hockey regardless of their financial status.  Please support our children and the success of  North Metro Hockey!

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your donation is tax deductible.  Please use the link above and consider a monthly donation .

Thank you for your support!


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Important CEP Information

Please check the coaches corner page for CEP information regarding then upcoming Hockey season.


Brooklyn Park Community Activity Center Mask Requirement

All City of BP buildings including the arena, will recommend masks for everyone in hallways and shared spaces.  We are recommending that non vaccinated skaters wear them on the ice as well.