Learn to Skate and Play hockey

Saugus-Lynnfield Youth Hockey Learn-to-Skate and Wack-a-Puck winter session begins January  11st and runs through March 29th.  All skaters get 12 weeks of skating and hockey instruction from Certified Saugus-Lynnfield Youth Hockey Coaches as-well-as the Saugus High School Varsity Coaching staff and players.  Sign-ups can be done on-line atwww.lynnfieldyouhthockey.com or in person at the rink, just see one of the coaches.

Saugus-Lynnfield Youth Hockey strives to make our game accessible to all children who have an interest in skating and playing Hockey.  We were happy to be able to introduce the great game of Hockey to the kids of our community with these low cost programs and under the guidance of great coaches and players.


Learn to SkateFor kids ages 3 & up who are interested in learning to skate.  Any child interested in joining will need skates, a certified hockey helmet and cage.  Saugus-Lynnfield Youth Hockey strongly encourages all skaters to have some knee and elbow protection, bike or skateboard pads will suffice.

Cost: $95

Time: Saturdays 10:20am – 11:20am

        Location: Hockeytown USA, Route 1 South, Saugus, MA


 Wack-a-PuckAges 5 and up are suggested along with prior skating experience, e.g. “learn to Skate” program.  Wack-a-Puck is designed to introduce the game of hockey in the form of small area games and skill building drills to children who have an interest in learning and playing hockey.  Any child interested in joining will need full hockey equipment including skates, a certified hockey helmet and cage.  The Saugus-Lynnfield Youth Hockey Equipment Bank may be able to help depending on size and availability.

Cost: $295

Time: Saturdays & Sundays

Location:             Hockeytown USA, Route 1 South, Saugus – Saturday 11:30 a.m.

McVann-OKeefe Skating Rink, 511 Lowell Street Peabody-Sunday 7:45a.m.


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