Tyke (Flamborough Hockey Association)


Hockey Canada’s premiere ‘Learn to Play’ program for beginning hockey is the foundation of skills development for hockey in the OMHA.  The OMHA believes that players who learn the skills of the game are more inclined to enjoy playing. If they have the skills to play, they will love the game.

Hockey Canada developed the Program to make children's first contact with hockey a safe and positive experience. It's a structured, learn-to-play hockey program designed to introduce beginners to the game's basic skills. It enables participants to become contributing members of a team effort, develop self-confidence, and experience a sense of personal achievement. These goals are achieved in an atmosphere of fun and fair play.


What age is the Flamborough Tyke program for? 
This program is for 7 year olds as of December 31 this year with some skating experience.

What is the schedule?
Players in our Tyke program skate Saturday and Sundays at Carlisle or Harry Howell Arenas for 1 hour each day. Click 
HERE for the house league schedule by division

How do I register my child?
HERE to register your child.
When registering, the system will automatically place your child in the age division according to their age. Evaluation skate are held before the season starts and they may be placed in a lower or higher division based on skill level.

Do players need to wear hockey equipment?

Yes, all players have to wear full equipment for safety reasons.

• CSA approved Hockey helmet & face mask
• Neck guard
• Mouth guard
• Shoulder Pads
• Elbow Pads
• Shin pads
• Hockey Pants
• Protective Cup/Jill
• Garter / Velcro for hockey socks
• Hockey Gloves
• Hockey Skates
Hockey Stick - preferably a Jr stick, cutting down a Senior stick is not recommended
• Team Jersey and matching hockey socks are provided by the association at the first ice time.

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