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Adult Hockey Programs
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Adult Positioning & Skills
Pre-requisite: Learn to Skate (Beginner Hockey Skating)
This class focuses on the concepts of positioning during game play as well as the development of skills such as skating, stick handling, passing, shooting, speed and agility through various drills, personalized instruction and small area games. (Goalies get 50% off full class registration, limit 4 goalies). Current class schedule and registration.

Adult Advanced Hockey Skating 

A semester course within the Allen Academy of Skating Learn to Skate program that expands on the basic hockey skating skills that are learned in Beginner Hockey Skating: hockey stance, glide hop 1 foot, tight turn, forward c-cuts, forward crossovers, c-cuts: swizzles backwards, backwards c-cuts, backwards crossovers, control stop, hockey stop, v-starts, side v-starts, double leg backward stop.

Adult Pick Up Hockey 
Pick-up is designed to give players a chance to play in an informal game. Players divide themselves into teams and play. Pick-up is a great time to work on game skills, get some exercise and have fun. Sessions are limited to 25 skaters and 4 goalies and will be allowed only on a “first-come-first-serve” basis. Open to all men and women ages 18 and over, unless otherwise indicated as below. 
  • Reservations are not accepted by telephone.  Players may not sign-in and pay for pick-up earlier than 1.5 hours (90 min) prior to the start of the session.

AAHL Pick-up
 is open to current or past AAHL players only. ID may be requested to participate. 

Stick Time (All Ages) 
Stick-time is designed to give players the chance to practice what they learned in their hockey classes or just play around in their hockey gear and equipment. Stick-time also provides an opportunity for players to practice their skills one-on-one with a coach. Sessions are limited to 25 skaters on a “first-come-first-serve” basis. Open to all ages, unless otherwise indicated as below. 

12 & Under Stick-time is designated only for participants that are 12 years of age and younger. One (1) coach, parent or guardian (age 18 years and older) may accompany a youth player on-ice during a “12 & Under Stick Time” session as long as the focus is providing individual skill instruction to the youth. 

13 & Older Stick-time
 is designated only for participants that are 13 years of age and older.

Women's Skills
The program will focus on the development of skating, puck handling, passing, shooting, speed and agility through various drills, personalized instruction and small area games.

Adult & Youth Floorball
Floorball is a fun, inexpensive, fast-paced variation of the sport of ice hockey. A game that promotes end-to-end plays with quick transitions and fluid play, floorball further develops a hockey player's stick handling, eye-hand coordination, defensive awareness, body positioning, agility and hockey sense. The rules stress the importance of safety and sportsmanship and are designed to limit the chance of injury without decreasing the speed or skill of the game.

 
Allen Adult Hockey League – Instructional Division (AAHL I)

The Instructional Division (AAHL I) is designed for individuals with minimal ice hockey experience who want to develop their general hockey skills and improve their team play. Division emphasis will be to teach the basic skills and concepts of hockey: skating, stick-handling, shooting, passing, stick-checking, angling, positioning, and breakouts. The season will be divided into practices and games, with a higher expectation for fair play and sportsmanship.


Allen Adult Hockey League – D2 Division (AAHL D2)

The D2 Division (AAHL D2) is designed for individuals with novice to intermediate hockey skills. Some players may have some youth playing experience up to the Pee Wee house level, but are several years removed from these levels. Most players would have taken up the game as an adult (18 or older) with some having have had only 1 to 5 years of adult recreational playing experience. League emphasis will be to create a fun, enjoyable and competitive environment for players with average skill abilities and a basic understanding of team play. 


Adult Hockey Programs and Leagues
Learn more about upcoming adult hockey programs and leagues offered at the Allen Community Ice Rink.