The Anaheim Ducks and The Rinks are teaming up to provide everyone with an opportunity to play hockey! Launched in 2013, The Top Flight program presented by CHOC Children's started as a street hockey league designed for special needs individuals of all ages and abilities. It has since expanded to include street hockey, ice skating, ice hockey, as well as various free events throughout the year for the special needs community.
If you have any questions or are interested in getting involved, please contact Tanner Privia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trade in your sneakers and grab a pair of ice skates, the Top Flight program is gearing up for the Top Flight on ICE Winter season, starting on January 19!
For ten weeks, players will participate in a weekly clinic focusing on the fundamentals of hockey including skating, shooting, passing, and stick handling, and will also play in weekly games.
The league costs $100 and is open to all ages and skill levels. As an added bonus, every new participant will also receive a gear voucher good for a complete set of Bauer equipment!
USA Hockey is required. To register for USA Hockey, please click on the tab below. All new members are eligible for their first year of USA Hockey membership for free.
If you have any questions, please contact Tanner Privia at email@example.com.
Top Flight Street Hockey is an eight-week hockey program designed for participants with special needs.
During the eight weeks, players will participate in weekly practices focusing on the fundamentals of hockey including shooting, passing, stick handling, and will also play in weekly games.
The league costs $89 and is open to all ages and skill levels. The winter season begins on January with a free clinic and games starting on January 26 .
If you have any questions, please contact Ron Alexander firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE RINKS - Lakewood ICE offers a special Learn to Skate class specifically designed for special needs individuals of all ages and abilities.
This eight-week program offers classes on Wednesdays or Saturdays and will go over the basic fundamentals of ice skating.
Skaters will learn:
A. Stand unassisted for 5 seconds
B. Sit on ice or fall and stand up unassisted
C. Knee dip standing still unassisted
D. March forward 10 steps assisted
If you have any questions, please contact Jacqui Palmore at email@example.com.