The objective of Peabody Youth Hockey is to provide to the youth of Peabody the opportunity to learn and play the sport of ice hockey in a safe and controlled environment consistent with the existing USA and MASS Hockey Guidelines.

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Last session for session 1 of Learn to Skate and Whack a Puck is Sunday December 10th 



Peabody Youth Hockey signing up skaters for the 2017-2018 season of


Learn To Skate & Whack A Puck Programs

Sunday: 5:50-6:40pm

January 7th thru March 11th 


Location: McVann-O’Keefe Rink – 511 Lowell St, Peabody



Learn to Skate Program - Session 2

Cost: $75 - (10) Week Session

Requirements: Ages 5 years or older

Equipment Required: Skates, helmet with cage, gloves (not cloth) 

(Elbow & knee pads are strongly recommended)

Description: This program is designed for children with (1) year or less skating

*** T-Shirt and Pizza Party at the completion of the session 2 - 10-weeks




Whack A Puck- Session 2

Cost: $150 - (10) Week Session

Requirements: Ages 5 years or older; completed (1) year of LTS or equivalent

Equipment Required: Full hockey gear (skates, helmet with cage, elbow, knee, chest pads, gloves) and ice hockey stick

Description: 30 minutes skills (agility, stick-handling, shooting, passing) followed by 20 minutes cross ice game simulation

*** Team Shirt, Pizza Party, and Trophy provided


Register at


Participants of BOTH Programs MUST register with USA Hockey at

USA Hockey registration is an additional $40 fee (ages 7+)

A USA Hockey ID is required to register for all PYH programs


Volunteer Instructors Welcome


FAQ: (Learn to Skate)

What are the ages

  • From age 5 or older. 

  • This program is for kids who have from no experience to less than a year of experience on the ice.


What should my child wear? 

  • Children should wear warm clothes that do not get drenched easily as they will spend a lot of time on the ice.

  • Kids should have gloves at every session

    • Please NO cloth gloves as they get wet fast and stick to the ice. 

  • Kids should have a helmet with face mask,

    • Elbow pads and knee pads are strongly recommended. 

  • No hockey sticks are used at this time.