The next HYHA Board meeting date is December 11th at 6:00 PM at the NEC Arena.
All are welcome to attend. A successful organization needs everyone to participate and help with initiatives.
We still have very limited spots available for our PeeWee Team, and plenty of spots for Learn to Skate and Learn to Play, For more information please contact Ryan Chicoine @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn to Skate and Learn to Play runs every Saturday morning at 8 AM at the NEC arena. Please follow the link to the program details and to sign up. Be sure to complete your child's USA Hockey registration prior to the 1st skate and email the number to email@example.com.
Also be sure to bring your payment by check to the arena for the 1st skate if you haven't yet paid.
Be sure to follow the Henniker Huskies on Facebook to keep up with important dates as well.
When parents look into having their child join the Huskies they are pleasantly surprised by our low fees! The Henniker Youth Hockey Association charges far less than others in the Concord and Manchester area and there is still a ton of Hockey played! Many ask, how can you charge so much less? What does my player receive?
Q1: What does my tuition pay for at Henniker?
A: Ice time -The most expensive element of Hockey. Each team has 2-3, one hour long practices per week. Each weekend there are 2 games on average. About 50% of those games are home games and the others are throughout NH with the occasional Vermont, Massachusetts or Maine game. Organizations who charge less have their ice time donated to them.
B: Tournament Fees – Your tuition includes entry into the state tournament if the team makes it or another tournament of the team’s choice. Many organizations charge additional fees on top of your tuition for these activities.
Q2: What are you not paying for at Henniker, but still getting?
A: Coaches – our coaches have real life hockey experience and are USA Hockey certified. Organizations with higher fees are paying for the coaches, but for the Huskies, our coaches are all volunteers. Each team has multiple coaches who are able to work with the players on skill development.