Canton Youth Hockey Association is a non-profit youth hockey organization formed to serve the youth of Canton, Massachusetts. The program is dedicated to introducing boys and girls to ice skating and the great game of hockey. We seek to offer a competit

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Date Winner Amount Player
1-Dec Bridget Mullen $100 Michael Mullen
2-Dec Serena & Phil Seel $100 Ben & Owen Burke
3-Dec Amy McGonagle $50 Cullen O'Brien
4-Dec Oisin Brogan $25 Oisin Brogan
5-Dec Rob Lynch $50 Cullen O'Brien
6-Dec Jack Hernon $75 Kevin Hernon
7-Dec Brandon Lamb $100 Pheobe Rudick
8-Dec Kate Lauro $50 Jack Lauro
9-Dec Christina Curran $75 Darragh Curran
10-Dec   $50  
11-Dec   $25  
12-Dec   $100  
13-Dec   $50  
14-Dec   $75  
15-Dec   $50  
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17-Dec   $25  
18-Dec   $75  
19-Dec   $50  
20-Dec   $25  
21-Dec   $100  
22-Dec   $25  
23-Dec   $75  
24-Dec   $50  
25-Dec   $500  
26-Dec   $50  
27-Dec   $100  
28-Dec   $50  
29-Dec   $25  
30-Dec   $75  
31-Dec   $500  

by posted 12/07/2016
Squirt B White Wins Tournament

 

Congratulations to Canton's Squirt B White

Winners of the 2017 Deep Freeze Tournament in Waterville

 


by posted 12/05/2016
Watch Ice House Games Remotely with livebarn

 

 

LiveBarn's fully automated system broadcasts amateur and youth hockey games using cutting-edge technology that follows the flow of the game.

 

Visit livebarn.com for more information

 

 The Livebarn promo code for Canton Youth Hockey families is 4b64-c96e


by posted 11/17/2016
5 Ways to Improve Skating Speed

 

 

Looking for an edge in your game? Get a little faster. Even a little bit of extra speed can help a hockey player reach his or her goals more quickly. We recently caught up with Mike Boyle, one of this country’s most recognizable and respected names in the field of strength and conditioning, to address that very subject. Boyle has trained thousands of athletes who have played for dozens of college programs, some of whom have gone on to win Olympic medals, and he is a prolific lecturer and writer with tens of thousands of Twitter followers (@BodybyBoyle). His take? Get fast by training to get fast.

 

Click Here to find out how …


by posted 10/22/2016
USA HOCKEY HEADS UP HOCKEY

 

Please take a moment to watch the USA Hockey's Heads Up Hockey YouTube Video designed to reduce the risk of neck injuries 


by posted 09/02/2016
About this Site

Welcome to the website of Canton (MA) Youth Hockey. The purpose of this site is to provide a source of useful information to Canton Youth Hockey players and parents, including contacts, schedules, results, rink locations, registration information and other useful stuff.

- For information on a specific team, please click the “Your Team” tab above and then select your team from the pull-down menu on the next page.
- To update your personal information, such as the email address at which you receive reminders, please click on the "Edit My Account" tab to the left.

Please feel free to click the “Feedback” tab to the left to provide feedback (positive or negative) about the program or email the webmaster directly at   to provide feedback about or make suggestions for the website.


by posted 02/15/2016
USA Hockey Rule on Helmets


USA Hockey Rule on Helmets

 
As we all know safety of our players is of the utmost importance.  Under USA Hockey regulation Rule 304(c) Protective Equipment - Enforcement Guidelines;  a note has been added relating to helmets that acknowledges the HECC sticker and the inclusion of an expiration date that de-certifies a helmet if that date has passed.  Older helmets have a date of certification (not an expiration date) Helmets have always been required to be HECC certified, but now they state that under normal wear and tear their certification is good for 6.5 years.  The rationale is that the protective qualities of the padding degrades over time.
 
Please be advised that you and/or your child should not remove the HECC sticker from their helmet as officials are looking for these stickers to be present.  There have been recent cases, not within our organization, where officials were checking for the presence of the HECC stickers on helmets, and may choose to remove a player from the ice.  Absence of a sticker does not disqualify a helmet, but does not help if a referee needs to make a determination.
 
Our District and Conference Representatives are working with SS Conference, Yankee Conference, District 3 and the Chief Referees to assure we have a mutual understanding of this ruling and the potential for our players to be disqualified from play.  Best practice moving forward is to assure the HECC sticker is in place on your child's helmet and that the expiration date has not passed.  Be sure to check your child's helmet for proper fit, and assure all components are in place (i.e. face mask, J-Clips, ear pieces, etc.).
 

 


by posted 01/28/2014
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