Cape Ann Youth Hockey is thrilled to once again be hosting the Bruins Academy Learn to Play hockey program this year for children ages 4-8. Sessions will run Saturdays in October at Talbot Rink, Gloucester. Your $100 registration fee includes four sessions and a full set of equipment valued at $500. You really can’t beat this opportunity. This year’s dates are:
|Oct. 6, 13, 20, 26||4:00PM|
Registration is required through the Boston Bruins website at https://learntoplay.nhl.com/bruins
Registration is limited to 60 participants and will fill up quickly. Local folks should take advantage of the pre-sale code!
Promo Code Pre-Sale will go live: July 16 at 10:00 AM. This will allow you to register before the general public. Our unique code is CAPE7
Registration will go live for the general public: July 19 at 10:00 AM.
ENTER THE PROMO CODE IN TOP RIGHT CORNER OF THE WEBSITE, CLICK ENTER, AND THEN FOLLOW PROMPTS (as seen in this photo below).
The Boston Bruins are excited to continue and grow the Bruins Academy Learn to Play Hockey Program presented by Pure Hockey (previously called “Little Bruins”) to help aspiring, youth hockey players develop their skills. For the first time this season, the program is expanding to over 80 locations across New England and over 5,000 youth players will have the opportunity participate. The program is available to boys and girls ages 4-9. For a registration fee of $100, the program includes a full free set of CCM equipment to keep valued at $500 retail, which includes skates, a professional personalized fitting, and four weeks of on-ice instruction led by certified coaches. The Boston Bruins are thrilled to share their passion for hockey with the next generation of hockey players.* This year, $2,500,000(retail value) worth of equipment will be donated through this program. *
Equipment fittings will take place at the six stops of the 2018 Bruins Fan Fest Tour in August and at designated Pure Hockey locations in September. Following the fitting, the gear will be shipped and delivered to participants between August 23 and September 14.