Hockey Learn to Play (HLTP)
HLTP is designed to teach basic skills to skaters who want to learn how to play hockey. The focus and goal of the Hockey Learn to Play curriculum is to teach beginner hockey players the fundamentals of skating. It is important for these developing players to become comfortable on the ice, learn the basic hockey stance, stride, knee bend, use of edges, and how to hold a stick before moving into league play. Full equipment is required. Idaho IceWorld will provide rental equipment at no additional charge, while supplies last. Prerequisite to youth hockey leagues.
Learn everything you need to know about HLTP at Idaho IceWorld before you register by clicking link below.
We offer 4 sessions a year: August-October, October-December, January-March, March-May.
- All players are required to obtain an annual USA Hockey membership. Please visit the USA Hockey website to learn more about membership benefits. Current membership number will be required at the time of Idaho IceWorld HLTP class registration.
- Click here for current classes and fees. Registration now open.
- Go to here to register for Idaho IceWorld’s Hockey Learn to Play classes, visit Fort Boise Community Center or call 208-608-7680. Registration now open.
“Rental” Equipment Fitting
Idaho IceWorld has a limited amount of complimentary equipment for Hockey Learn to Play participants to be used for the duration of the HLTP program and must be returned upon completion or exiting the program. Helmets and sticks are the responsibility of each player. Fitting dates and time for the upcoming HLTP session are:
To get the best fit, players should wear shorts & a t-shirt when being fitted.
Volunteer Coaches Needed
Please email Kory Scoran if interested.