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Last Skate:  Sunday, April 8th


Final Ice Times of Season:

3/24 (Sat) - pizza party immediately following practice in Rink A upstairs.

3/25 (Sun) - usual games

3/31 (Sat) - practice

4/8 (Sun) - last games of the season


Seahawks LTPH Elite Tournament:

Championship Games Saturday March 17th at Pilgrim Rink B (middle rink).  These games replace our usual practice on 3/17...no 12:30pm ice time.

  • 1:15pm:  "Elite A Championship Game"  Maple Leafs v. Rangers
  • 2:15pm:  "Elite AA Championship Game" Stars v. Lightning
  • 3:15pm:  "Elite AAA Championship Game" Red Wings v. Flyers

Round Robin Game Schedule:

1.  Sat March 10th 12:30pm Pilgrim (Hingham)

Game 1 Game 2
Flyers v. Rangers Flyers v. Red Wings
Lightning v. Red Wings Stars v. Rangers
Maple Leafs v. Stars Lightning v. Maple Leafs


2.   Sun March 11th 8:20am Rockland Ice Rink (Rockland)

Game 3 Game 4 Game 5
Flyers v. Stars Maple Leafs v. Flyers Flyers v. Lightning
Red Wings v. Maple Leafs Lightning v. Stars Rangers v. Maple Leafs
Rangers v. Lightning Red Wings v. Rangers Stars v. Red Wings


Other Important Dates:

  1. Saturday March 24th Pilgrim Arena (Hingham)- Pizza party immediately following practice and awarding trophies to players who couldn't make March 17th title games.
  2. Sunday April 8th Rockland Ice Rink - last skate

Program Info:

  • Ages:  ​Children 4 and older (general age range is 4-7) who have learned to skate and want to learn the fundamentals of hockey. 
  • Teams:  Kids are placed on a team (e.g., Flyers, Rangers, Red Wings) and receive their own hockey jersey and socks!
  • Season:  Sept through March
  • Schedule & Location: 2 Ice Times per week (Saturday and Sunday)
Ice Format Day Time Rink Address
Skills Development Saturdays 12:30pm Hingham(A) 75 Recreation Park Dr. Hingham, MA 02043
Cross-ice Game Sundays 8:20am Rockland 599 Summer St. Rockland, MA 02370


    • Saturdays:  10/21, 12/2, 2/10, 2/17, 4/7
    • Sundays: 3/18, 4/1
  • Registering:
  • Volunteering/Coaching:  If you have any hockey/figure skating background and would like to help coach on the ice, please contact us.
  • Equipment/Preparation:  Please make sure your child is comfortable while on the ice.  For example:
    • Adjust their helmet for a better fit and tape child's name on their helmet.
    • Have adequate clothing under their pads to keep warm, especially as it gets colder outside.
    • Make sure skates feel okay, tight enough to give adequate ankle support, but not so tight they hurt.
    • Adjust hair so that it isn’t bothersome or in their face (i.e., pull hair back).  

John Barron, LTPH Level Director


(617) 834-9651