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Little Penguins Learn to Play Hockey Back for 2011-12 Season

by Staff Writer / Pittsburgh Penguins

Sidney Crosby, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Reebok are proud to offer the Little Penguins Learn to Play Hockey Program again for the 2011-12 hockey season. 1,000 sets of head to toe hockey equipment will be provided for children ages 4 to 7.

Here are a few reminders before registering for the program:

1.    Once the registration form, USA Hockey registration forms are filled out and you are enrolled in the program, there is no need to rush through the sizing forms. Your child will already be placed on the list so please take your time filling out the sizing form. To help you with sizing, please view the sizing chart. RBK SC 87 Equipment Sizing Chart

2.    Prior to registration please review the list of participating ice arenas and rank your top three choices. In case you do not get into your preferred location, please register for numbers two & three and the waiting list. There is a possibility of movement between programs after registration closes due to duplicate registrations, cancellations or other errors. If all of your preferred locations are SOLD OUT, be sure to join the waiting list. You will be notified if a spot in your preferred location becomes available:

Airport Ice Arena       
Airport Ice Arena - GIRLS       
Belmont Complex       
BladeRunners - Bethel Park       
BladeRunners - Harmarville       
BladeRunners - Warrendale       
Center Ice Arena       
Galactic Ice       
Hess Ice Rink       
Ice Castle Arena       
Ice Connection of Pittsburgh       
Ice Garden Rostraver       
Ice Garden Rostraver - GIRLS       
Ice Mine       
Kirk S Nevin       
Morgantown Municipal Ice Rink       
Mt. Lebanon Ice Center       
North Central Recreation Center       
Planet Ice - GIRLS       
RMU Island Sports Center       
S&T Bank Arena       
The Ice Zone       
Valley Sports Complex       
Valley Sports Complex - GIRLS       
Wheeling Park    

3.    If your child does not know how to skate, please sign up for a Learn to Skate Class at your local arena. The Little Penguins Program is a Learn to Play Hockey Program and not a Learn to Skate program. It is highly recommended that the participant know how to skate as it will be easier to teach the hockey skills.

4.    Each participant must register with USA Hockey for insurance purposes. This can be done on their website USA Hockey Registration.

Registration for Little Penguins Learn to Play Hockey will begin Tuesday, November 1st, 10 am at  

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