Learn to Skate

The focus of Danvers Youth Hockey's Learn to Skate (LTS) programs are designed to teach beginner hockey players the fundamentals of skating. LTS will focus on basic skating skills that will form the foundation for a great hockey player in the future. But above all, we strive to ensure all kids are having fun and love being on the ice!

Ages

LTS is designed for kids 8 & under.

When

Throughout the hockey season (September through April) DYH has approximately 3 sessions of Learn to Skate. Each session is about 10 times on the ice.

Where

Typically Learn to Skate is held at Essex Sports Center 15 Manning Road Middleton.

Practices

LTS is held once a week.

Frequently Asked Questions

What equipment is needed for Learn to Skate?

Skates, Helmet and gloves are required. DYH encourages helmets that have face guards. Milk crates can be used but are not required and not provided by DYH.

Can parents help and get on the ice?

Parents are welcome to help on the ice. Anyone on the ice must be able to skate and wear a helmet. Anyone wanting to be on the ice must email DYHCommunications@gmail.com.

Adult Learn to Skate

This Learn to Skate Session is strictly for ADULTS!  

We want to give the adults an opportunity to learn how to skate alongside the kids!

This session takes place on Saturdays @ 9:20a at Essex Sports Center and runs from January 27th to February 24th 

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Learn to Skate Sesson 3 (F)

Learn to Skate teaches kids how to skate. Milk crates (not provided by DYH) can be used when starting out before progressing to unassisted skating. 

When skaters have developed required strength, footwork and balance on skates they can progress to Learn to Play or Hockey 101.

 LTS is designed for kids 8 & under. 

Learn to Skate will be held Fridays @ 5:20PM at Essex Sports Center. Cost is $150

Session 3 runs from February 16th through April 26th. We will not meet on March 8th & 15th



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Learn to Skate Session 3 (S)

Learn to Skate teaches kids how to skate. Milk crates (not provided by DYH) can be used when starting out before progressing to unassisted skating. 

When skaters have developed required strength, footwork and balance on skates they can progress to Learn to Play or Hockey 101.

 LTS is designed for kids 8 & under.  

Session 3 is on Saturday's at 8:10 am at Essex Sports Center. Cost is $150

Session 3 runs from February 17th through April 27th with no skate March 9th & 16th



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