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Boys and girls from the ages 3-16 can learn to skate and develop hockey skills in our various programs. CAYH is a non-profit organization governed by a board of directors and run by volunteers. CAYH is committed to providing our players the opportunity to have fun on the ice while learning the basic skills of ice skating and how to play the game of hockey. Most importantly, we want each and every athlete to develop friendships and have fun. We hope to develop our players to become the best hockey players that they can be and to help set good examples for them to carry into their adulthood while participating in a sport that they love to play.

 

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Team Placements For 2016-2017 Season
04/15/2016
  2016-2017 Season Team Placements The Cape Ann Youth...
Summer Hockey Skills/Camps at Endicott College!
03/30/2016
 
Spring Buzzer Program
03/13/2016
Spring Buzzer Hockey Registration is OPEN!!!  Spring Buzzer...
USA Hockey Registration Requirements
04/26/2015
Looking forward to the 2015-16 Season.   All coaches &...
 
Team Placements For 2016-2017 Season

 

2016-2017 Season Team Placements

The Cape Ann Youth Hockey Board of Directors has developed procedures to facilitate the manner in which teams are selected.  There are numerous ways that teams can be determined, and we understand that none are perfect.  The Board annually assesses how we can enhance every aspect of the Team Selection Process in an effort to foster consistency, transparency, and fairness.  It is our goal to place players on a team that most closely matches their hockey skill and ability.  In doing so, we hope to provide every player the best opportunity to succeed and compete.

There will always be parents who are disappointed with the evaluation results and their child’s team placement. Human nature dictates that people will have differences of opinion. It is important to remember that team selection is never made unilaterally within our organization.  Quite the contrary is true.  At every level, we have developed a process that requires the consensus of multiple individuals before teams are announced.  The Board reviews placements for accuracy and legitimateness at every level to ensure that rules were followed, and the process was adhered to.  We request that you respect and follow the USA Hockey Parent Code of Conduct when addressing and questions/concerns that may arise during the placement process and throughout the season.

If you would like to confirm your player’s pinnie assignment, please contact CAYH Registrar, Missy Pierce, for verification.  She can be reached via email at

We are currently accepting coaching applications via our online application process.  The CAYH Board will be reviewing applicants and will likely be appointing coaches at our May and/or June meetings.  Rosters will be provided to coaches once the appointments have been finalized and approved by the board.  Please keep in mind that teams rosters are not final until the registration process is complete.

 

(Pinnie numbers for goalies and skaters are listed in NO particular order)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


by posted 04/15/2016
Summer Hockey Skills/Camps at Endicott College!

 


by posted 03/30/2016
Spring Buzzer Program

Spring Buzzer Hockey Registration is OPEN!!! 

Spring Buzzer Hockey is an exciting program developed for boys and girls (Birth Year 2006-2010),  who have not participated in travel hockey.

The main goal of the program is to transition young skaters to a more structured game environment. We will build on the skills learned from the Learn to Skate/Learn to Play*, Cross Ice and In House Programs. 

The program will be for skaters ready for a fun, competitive, and exciting game experience. Many of the coaches from our developmental program will organize and manage the on-ice activities. This program will run for 6 weeks and will be directed by Tadgh Morgan.
 
Cost is $75.00   for 6-week session.  Program starts on March 19th @ 8am. 

*** This program may not be appropriate for all skaters from our Learn to Skate program - please do not register for this program unless your skater has progressed to the "Learn to Play" section of the program (far section of the ice). 

Questions about registration? Contact Missy Pierce at

Questions about the Program? Contact Frank Caputo at


by posted 03/13/2016
USA Hockey Registration Requirements

Looking forward to the 2015-16 Season.

 

All coaches & players are required by CAYH to pay their USA Hockey and Massachusetts Hockey affiliate fees directly to USA Hockey via USA Hockey website.  Below you will find a Step by Step Guide & frequently asked questions about this process.  If you have any further questions please contact the CAYH Registrar at .

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) & Step by Step Guide

2015-16 Season

 

What is online registration? 
Online registration allows coaches & players to be register directly with USA Hockey through an Internet connection at www.usahockeyregistration.com. The USA Hockey Waiver is completed, and USA Hockey fee of $40 and Affiliate Massachusetts Hockey fee of $8 are paid online with a credit card to USA Hockey.

   

Who should register online?

All coaches & players participating in the 2015-16 season will pay the USA Hockey fee directly to USA Hockey. The USA Hockey fee is waived for children age 6 (birth year 2009) and younger, but the online registration must still be completed to get the confirmation number (no fee will be required).  If a player plays/coaches he/she pays only one registration fee.

 

Doesn’t CAYH normally pay the USA hockey fee for coaches?

Yes. This year coaches will register themselves as coaches online with USA Hockey and pay the fee once they have been appointed to a team. Coaches will then be reimbursed for the coaches’ fee by CAYH. Please remember to also register as a CAYH coach using the CAYH Coaching Registration on our website at www.capeannyouthhockey.com.      

 

What credit cards can be used?

Online registration will accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Cards. Credit or debit cards can be used.

 

What if I don't have a credit/debit card?

If a person doesn’t have a credit/debit card, they can have a friend process the registration for them. Or, they can purchase a Visa gift card from a local bank for the amount to be spent.

 

Step by Step Guide to Registering Online

 

1.   Go to www.usahockeyregistration.com

2.   Choose member type Ice Player & Coach.

3.   You must be 18 years of age to process a registration…. Check the box that  
      acknowledges that YOU are 18 or older.

4.   Select the correct season – 2015-16.

5.   Follow the prompts…fill in all data correctly.  Use names that are listed on your birth certificate...no nicknames.  Coaches be careful that the name you use here matches what you provide for your coaching certification.

6.   Process payment – Visa, Master Card, Discover or American Express (credit or debit card). A Visa gift card will also work.

7.   Print your Confirmation page at this time. It will also be emailed to you immediately after the registration is completed.

8.   Forward the email copy of the registration to   and use the Confirmation   number when registering with CAYH 

 

What do I do with the confirmation page?

A confirmation email is sent to you immediately after an online registration, forward this copy to the CAYH Registrar at .

 

What if someone loses their confirmation page?

The confirmation page is available to print at the time of registration. It is also emailed to the registrant so that it can be saved on their hard drive. If the form is lost, a duplicate can be requested by logging onto www.usahockeyregistration.com and accessing the online registration page. 


by posted 04/26/2015
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