New to Hockey - Learn to Skate or Learn to Play
Are you interested in introducing your child to skating and the
sport of ice hockey? If so, either the Learn to Skate (LTS)
or Learn To Play (LTP) program is ideal.
The LTS program has two sessions. Each session runs
about 10 weeks with a 1 hour practice session per week. Practices
do vary and some will likely be on Saturday morngings. Once
the schedule is available you may access it on the website
(see the link below). Skates and a hockey or bike helmet is
all that is needed.
here for more information about Learn to Skate.
Session 2 (Jan/Feb/Mar) is now open for
Session 1 (Oct/Nov/Dec) will open
again August 2017.
Children continue the fundamentals of skating with
added hockey skills and scrimmages during practice. Full hockey
equipment is required. There is one, 1 hour practice per
All WYHA programs
Schedule, LTS &
Once the schedule is set you will
be able to access it from the website (
A USA hockey registration number is required, which is free
for kids 6 or under, as of Dec. 31. If your child is over 6
years of age and you are registering for LTS please contact our
registrar prior to registration to see about possibly
waiving the USA hockey fee. The USA hockey fee is required
for all other levels.
Registration is open
now for the LTS (session 2). If you are considering
the LTP program please contact the
Registrar. There are opportunities to to move your skater
from LTS to LTP or to U6 or U8 (they must be the correct birth year
for U6 and U8). You should talk to one of the coaches at the
LTS or LTP level about doing this.
PeeWee B 2nd at the Rhinelander Tournament
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New Parent Info
Thinking about joining WYHA or recently joined and have
for more information.
There is also some additional information for new families
.It includes information on dressing your skater, buying
equipment, sticks, and many other useful articles for new
2016/2017 Concession Sign Up
Sign up for this season's 2016/2017 concessions time slots on
Volunteerspot (see instructions below). It is important to remember
that the concession stand is a significant fundraiser for Wildcat
Youth Hockey and will help offset other costs and the potential
need to raise skater fees in the future. If the time slots assigned
to Wildcat Youth Hockey go unfilled, or we have people that do not
show up for their shift, the club will be charged a fee by the
rink. This not only reduces our take on concessions, but negatively
impacts everyone's experience at the rink. We are encouraging all
families to follow the instructions below to sign up for times that
you want to work.
Concession stand sign up is now OPEN. The
For 2016/2017 concession stand shift sign up and schedule:
- Click on this link:
- Enter your e-mail address
- Enter it again
- The Calendar will show up
- Sign up for open shifts on the calendar.
There will be many shifts available between now and February and
everyone should be able to get all their volunteer hours in. If you
have any questions, please
Concessions Training Video
to view the concessions training video.
Amazon Smile for WYHA
This is a simple and automatic way to support WYHA every time
you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com,
you'll find the exact same prices and selection experience as
Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion
of purchase price to our club.
On your first visit to AmazonSmile, you need to select Waunakee
Youth Hockey Inc (
https://smile.amazon.com/ch/39-1596422) to receive donations
from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. I've
attached a screen shot to show you that it will say: Support
Waunakee Youth Hockey Inc on the main screen once you've selected
it as your charitable organization. AmazonSmile will remember
your selection, and every eligible purchase you make will result in
If you have any questions, please contact Christine
Gruetzmacher at 692-3870.