The Anaheim Ducks are committed to being a leader in the growth of girls hockey in Southern California. From the grassroots to the highest level of the game, check out the following programs to get started today.
The Anaheim Ducks Learn to Play Hockey program offers first-time hockey players ages 4-12 the chance to get on the rink in full hockey equipment for free. Participants will receive instruction on hockey basics as well as the fundamentals of skating.
Throughout the year, The Rinks host a few dates where all the coaches and participants are female. While the Learn to Play program is open to both boys and girls, these dates offer the opportunity to meet other female hockey players and for families to get more information on the steps forward in their hockey development.
Designed for forwards and defensemen, this camp will make you an offensive threat as well as a competent defender in your zone. Learn from professional instructors, current and former, National, Division I players and Elite coaches. *This camp is for experience hockey players only.
The Lady Ducks are the leading girl's hockey program in Southern California, signing over 100 athletes to scholarships at the Division I and III collegiate levels. The Lady Ducks are recognized as a Model Club Association through USA Hockey and are dedicated to age-appropriate, age-specific skill development, in accordance with USA Hockey's American Development Model. Notable Lady Ducks alumni include Team USA members Annie Pankowski & Cayla Barnes.