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Street Hockey at The Rinks

by Staff Writer / Anaheim Ducks
What is Street Hockey?

Also known as ball hockey, Street Hockey is played in tennis shoes as opposed to skates and uses a ball instead of a puck. Street hockey is a great way for players to work on their hand eye coordination, stick handling, and conditioning while still enjoying the sport of hockey. The leagues are open to players of all skill levels and are a great way for first time players to experience the sport. No previous hockey experience is necessary to play!

Youth Street Hockey
Youth Street Hockey is a great introduction to the sport for first time players to experience the sport of hockey. The league allows players with no previous hockey experience to play the sport in tennis shoes while eliminating the expensive cost of an entire set of hockey gear. It allows players to learn the fundamentals of the sport such as positioning, stick handling, and hand eye coordination while eliminating the challenge of skating. The league is also great for established players to further improve their skill set and elevate their game to next level. The league is designed for player ages 9 to 14.

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Top Flight Street Hockey

Top Flight Street Hockey is an eight-week hockey program designed for participants with special needs and is open to all ages and abilities. During the 8 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.

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Adult Street Hockey

The Adult Street Hockey league is played Thursday nights at The Rinks – Huntington Beach Inline and is played 5-on-5 (plus a goalie) with offside and icing. The season consists of 8 games plus playoffs. Players can register as individuals or as a team.

Minimum Gear Required:
- Athletic Shoes
- Hockey Gloves
- Stick
- Eye Protection (glasses, goggles, etc.)

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For more information on any of the Street Hockey programs, contact Ron Alexander at:

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