Learn to Play is a program that provides a unique opportunity for families to join the hockey community and for participants to develop fundamental skills to help them succeed both on and off the ice. Created jointly by the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and the National Hockey League (NHL). Learn to Play’s goal is to inspire youth and welcome more families into the hockey community.
Now that your child has the basics covered, let's take it up a notch! Each player will have the chance to put their skills to the test in a fun and competitive environment. Participants will learn the basic game and team concepts, plus, they will build important characteristics on and off the ice: teamwork, responsibility, and respect. Twice a week, for 10 weeks, your child will have the opportunity to play games led by Rangers staff. It is a fun way to meet new teammates and play some hockey!
Join us for the Junior Rangers Girls Hockey League presented by Dunkin, a program that is built specifically for middle school girls (ages 11-14). This year will also introduce a feeder program for girls 10 and Under featuring the same format with the addition of age-appropriate cross-ice game play. The new league is designed to encourage participation in the sport with a focus on increasing access and visibility while developing important life skills.