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The SRJHC House program -
The House program is an intermediate hockey program for children 9-17 years of age. The program is designed to help your child grow as a hockey player and develop their skills so they can move on to a travel team if they would like. It is also for families who may not be ready for travel and just want to keep their child playing hockey on a weekly basis. We will continue to work with your child to better enhance their skating, stick handling, passing and shooting skills. The House program works on small area drills and incorporates the entire rink on many of our drills. Players will learn positioning, teamwork and the basic rules of the game so they can reach their personal goals. House is a great place for the player who loves the game and is ready and willing to learn.
House Coordinator and Head Coach
What is the difference between Intro to Hockey and the House program?
Intro is just that: an introduction to hockey. It is the starting point for children who already know how to ice skate and are now wanting to play hockey.
The House program requires the player to be able to show the ability to skate forwards, backwards, do crossovers and be able to apply a controlled hockey stop.
In addition to the House program, the SRJHC encourages the children to take advantage of Snoopy’s public skate sessions, as well as their skating program. Information on Snoopy’s Home Ice skating programs can be found here:
New Schedule for Fourth Session
House is divided into four sessions for a total of two nine week fall sessions between (Aug - Dec) and two nine week spring sessions (Jan - May.)
Sunday session (9 week) registrations are now available for our fourth session.
For the fourth session, we are currently only offering the Sunday House option for players that have been evaluated by a coach. If your player is currently in Intro and you would like to have your player evaluated, please ask a coach for an evaluation. The coach will make decision on your player joining House based on the following:
Your player must be able to show the ability to have complete control while skating forwards and backwards, perform a basic crossover and be able to apply a controlled hockey stop.
9 Week Sunday Session
Sunday House $200 - one day a week
We understand you have busy schedules; unfortunately, we cannot offer prorated or makeup classes. We encourage your child to be at every practice and suited up ready to play five to ten minutes before ice time.
Does the house team play games?
The house team will have in-house scrimmages and we try our best to schedule a couple games during the season. Though the House team is not a travel program, some travel between other hockey programs is a possibility. For example, we will try to schedule some games for the team vs other hockey programs in the Bay Area and an exhibition game may take place in a different city. Traveling to another rink will help your child get the experience of being on a travel team and playing in a real game, which can be a lot of fun and help develop their skills even further.
WHAT DOES MY CHILD NEED?
Required Equipment / Uniform
• Black Certified Hockey Helmet with face shield or cage
• Black Hockey Gloves
• Black Breezers (hockey pants)
DO NOT replace your helmet, gloves, and breezers (ice hockey pants) if they are not black.
When buying new equipment please purchase black only
• Black, White, and Orange Flyers Practice Jerseys (provided for a fee)
•Hockey socks (available for a fee)
• Shin pads
• Elbow pads
• Shoulder pads
• Athletic supporter with cup or pelvic protector
• Hockey bag
• Mouth guard
How do I register my child?
1: Your child must have an active USA Hockey registration to play at any level. https://membership.usahockey.com
2: Complete the online registration for House hockey on this page.
The Registration "House" is not currently available.
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