Our Mission is to provide our youth with the best possible opportunity to HAVE FUN while playing the sport of Ice Hockey. We will do this by: Providing a positive atmosphere for our youth to learn and grow through the activities associated with skating a

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  1. If you do not already have a password, simply enter your email address and one will be emailed to you- if you do not see it immediately, check your junk mail folder
  2. Scroll down the page and click the small green "Register" button next to the title of the program that's appropriate for the player you wish to register (for example, 2019-20 Squirt Travel Program)
  3. Click "Continue" to begin entering or reviewing guardian information
  4. If you are an existing member, use your previously recorded email address to sign in. If you are a new member, register your email address and a password will be sent to you.
  5. Click the small gray "Register" button next to an existing child entry, or else click "Add a child."
  6. When entering or reviewing player information, click checkboxes to accept WYH terms and conditions, and code-of-conduct agreements.
  7. Click the "Pay Now" credit card button to make payments. If you have an outstanding balance due, please contact the WYH Treasurer at 
  8. You can always change guardian and player information by clicking on "Edit My Account" from the "Association" menu.
  9. If you have any difficulties with the online registration system, please contact the .
  10. Please make sure that all contact information is updated and accurate.


2019/20 Learn to Play Hockey

The Learn to Play program is designed for boys and girls with prior skating experience that are ready to learn hockey skills. It is recommended for children that are 4 to 12 years of age. 
Learn to Play is the backbone of Watertown Youth Hockey. The vast majority of players in our travel program started their hockey playing “career” in this program. It introduces the new hockey player to the various skills (skating, stick handling, puck movement and control), necessary to play hockey. Players will have sessions on Saturdays and Sundays for 16 weeks. On Sundays, the professional skating instructors of the Sharper Edge Skating School will work with players to improve their skating. In the other session, players will learn hockey skills from WYH’s USA Hockey certified coaches and play in cross-ice hockey games with skaters in the Newton Learn to Play program. 
Players entering the Learn to Play program should be able to demonstrate basic level skating skills – forward stride and ability to stop. 
Skaters will participate in a 40-minute skating lesson each Sunday at either 12:20 or 1 pm. We cannot guarantee your selected start time but will try our best to accomodate your preference. Players will be assigned to a 50-session for hockey skills/games on Saturdays starting at 9:20 or 10:20 depending on their age and experience. 
Full hockey equipment is required (see below).
WHEN: Sunday November 3rd through Saturday March 7th
WHERE: John A. Ryan Arena, 1 Paramount Place, Watertown
USA HOCKEY REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. USA Hockey registration is free for children born in/after year 2013 and $46 for children born before year 2013. 
HOW TO DRESS:  Full hockey equipment is required. WYH will provided a jersey and hockey socks.
  • Hockey helmet with full face/shield (HECC approved) - For the safety of your child, an ICE HOCKEY HELMET (with a cage) must be worn at all times.   
  • Hockey pants
  • Shin guards
  • Elbow pads
  • Hockey gloves
  • Hockey skates
  • Shoulder pads
  • Hockey stick
  • Athletic Supporter
  • Throat protectors - OPTIONAL BUT RECOMMENDED

Base Cost: $500.00

Opened: 09/18/2019

2019/20 Learn to Skate - 8 Weeks Session 2: January - March

NOTE: This Registration is for the FIRST 8-WEEK Learn to Skate Session (November-January). To register for the discounted Full Season, go here.
The Watertown Youth Hockey Learn to Skate program is for boys and girls who would like to learn the fundamentals of ice skating. The program is run by the professional instructors of the Sharper Edge Skating School. It is designed to develop strong basic skating skills (balance, stride, edges and stopping) as an introductory program for children interested in ice hockey.  The 40 min per week lessons are ideal for children 4 years of age and up. Parents of children under 4 that are interested in the program are encouraged to contact Watertown Youth Hockey to discuss the eligibility of their child. No previous skating experience is necessary. 
During class, children will be divided according to ability. These groups will develop various skills as they work their way through the curriculum. As skills are mastered the children will move up to a more advanced group. The Learn to Skate program is an introductory program that will give children the skills necessary to move forward through the Watertown Youth Hockey system, eventually transitioning to Learn to Play and ultimately into the Travel hockey program. 
Skaters will participate in a 40-minute lesson each Sunday starting at 11:40 a.m., 12:20 p.m., or 1:00 p.m. Once a start time is selected, skaters may not change their designated lesson time without permission from the Sharper Edge instructors and Watertown Youth Hockey.

WHEN: This 8-Week Learn to Skate Program meets on 8 Sundays beginning in January.

Session Dates:

Jan 12, 19, 26

Feb 2, 9, 16, 23,  

Mar 1 (March 8th will be used as a weather make-up date if necessary)


WHERE: John A. Ryan Arena, 1 Paramount Place, Watertown

USA HOCKEY REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. USA Hockey registration is free for children born in/after year 2013 and $46 for children born before year 2013. 
HOW TO DRESS:  It is easier to control your child's body temperature if you dress him/her in layers. Have your child wear loose comfortable clothing so that body movement will not be restricted. Snow pants are recommended to keep the skater from getting wet when he/she falls. Waterproof gloves or mittens are best so that their hands stay warm and dry.


HELMETS: All skaters must wear a helmet at all times while on the ice. For the safety of your child, an ICE HOCKEY HELMET (with a cage) is highly recommended.  

SKATES: You must supply your own skates.  Skates must be sharp and must fit for the current season. “Double-runner” skates (2 blades each) are prohibited.
NOTE: You are registering for the 2nd 8-week Session of the Learn to Skate Program that begins in November. If you would prefer to register for the 1st 8-week Session that begins in November or the full 16-week Season at a discounted price, return to the Register Online page and select the Learn to Skate - 8 weeks: Session 2 or Learn to Skate - Full Season (16 weeks) option. 

Base Cost: $125.00

Opened: 09/18/2019