Toronto Maple Leaf - Learn to Play Program (Unionville Minor Hockey Association)

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What is 'Learn to Play'?

The Learn to Play initiative was developed jointly by the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players’ Association to offer more families a chance to experience everything that makes youth hockey so rewarding.

The goal of the program is to inspire more families to join the hockey community by offering first-time participants, between the ages of 4 and 8, FREE head to toe equipment, combined with appropriate on-ice instruction and certified coaching in a safe and fun environment.    

The 'Learn to Play' Program is available to:

- First time players born between 2010 and 2014 (ages 4 to 8);
- Hockey experience is NOT necessary; basic skating skills are recommended by not required.

Program Fees
The 'Learn to Play' Program provides FREE head to toe equipment for your child to keep as they continue exploring youth hockey.
- All equipment is provided except for a mouth guard, neck guard and athletic protector.  Parents are asked to purchase these items separately.  
- There is a participation fee associated with the program which offsets ice and coaching expenses. Please refer to the Registration Fees page.

All UMHA parents that refer new players to the 'Learn to Play' program are eligible to enter into a draw for 50% off the Early Bird registration rate.  

'Learn to Play' Hockey gives kids an opportunity to skate through life

Yes, hockey is fun. 
Yes, hockey builds physical skills and coordination. 
Yes, hockey is a great family activity you and your child can enjoy together.

But there's a lot more to hockey.

Hockey builds confidence and character.
Hockey teaches teamwork and sportsmanship. 
Hockey is membership in a community that lasts for life.

Register your child today!


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