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Ice Mice and House League         

Ice Mice and House League, comprise the foundation of our Brookline Youth Hockey Learn to Play program. It is intended for players first thru third year players ages 4 -10.  These two programs are run at BYH's home rink considered a true gem in the Greater Boston Area:  The Jack Kirrane Rink at Larz Anderson Park.  This year we will also use the rink at Roxbury Latin .
(To learn more about Jack Kirrane: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Kirrane )

Ice Mice  (1st Year Hockey Players)
Designed for first- and some second-year players who can skate without adult assistance. Our focus is on developing individual skills (skating, puck control, shooting passing) and most importantly FUN!  This is where are youngest Warriors first learn the joys of the game of hockey.  Practices are fast moving and follow the USA Hockey ADM station-based practice format where we utilize small area games to emphasize skill development.
Ice Mice practices:
Saturdays at Larz Anderson 9:00 to 10:15am
Sundays  at Roxbury Latin from 1:00PM-2:20PM
Season begins after Thanksgiving and runs thru the first weekend of March (weather dependent).
House League (2nd and 3rd Year Hockey Players)
BYH's next level of our Learn to Play is designed for our second- and third- year players. Our focus is on skating skills, puck control, positional play, weekly cross-ice scrimmages and even more fun!.  Skaters will be evaluated by the coaches to begin the season for the developing hockey abilities including:  skating forward and backward, balance on both edges of the blades, and basic handling of the puck with the stick.   House League Warriors will be divided into teams that will play in round-robin cross-ice scrimmages throughout the season, culminating in the highly-anticipated House Cup Tournament. 
HL practices three times per week: 
One Weekday practice Tuesdays 5:00 to 6:00pm
Saturdays at Larz Anderson 7:30 to 8:45am
Sundays  at Roxbury Latin from 2:30PM-3:50PM
Each player must bring a hockey stick and must wear a helmet with a face shield, hockey skates, knee pads, elbow pads, hockey pants and hockey gloves.  While BYH does not promote any particular vendor, there are several local vendors that are frequently visited by members of BYH.  Some commonly used vendors of hockey equipment in no specific order include:

If you are unfamiliar with how to size equipment or have any specific questions these stores are a good resource.  Additionally, Play It Again Sports (630 Washington Street, Dedham, 781-493-6796) sells new and used equipment, which is a useful option since the gear can be expensive and skaters grow fast! Please note these stores are offered as suggestions and BYH is not affiliated with any of these purveyors.


Players of the appropriate ages are eligible to enroll in Brookline Youth Hockey instructional programs regardless of where they live or attend school.  The age requirements are:

Ice Mice:  Ages 5 thru 10 years old

House League:  Ages 6 thru 10 years old

Note that if your player cannot skate without adult assistance at this time, Brookline Youth Hockey does not have a Learn-to-Skate program/option. There are several local Learn to Skate programs around Boston such as The Skating Club of Boston, BU FitRec, or Warrior Rink.

The Association area of this website has general information about BYH, including announcements, online registration, contacts, and a feedback page. Please click on each link below and read each section thoroughly, as it has all of the information you will need if this is your first time completing the registration process.

What program do I register my child for?
What equipment will my child will need? 
How much does the program cost?

The Team area has news, schedules, and results for our instructional and travel teams.  This area of the website will be useful after you have completed the registration process and the teams have been assigned.

Please read all of the information under About BYH before contacting us with questions. Feel free to use the Feedback link at left to tell us about problems and give us your suggestions.  If you have additional questions about the instructional program or BYH in general, please contact Richie Sheridan at RSher12@hotmail.com


We look forward to seeing you and your Warriors on the ice very soon!