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Welcome to the SDIA YOUTH Ice Hockey Program 

SDIA Youth Hockey League is fun!

SDIA Youth Hockey League is fun! Experience the joy of carrying the puck up the ice on a breakaway and the excitement of scoring a goal or making an amazing save.
With an emphasis on fun and safety, our youth league develops skills on the ice, confidence, pride, focus, responsibility & teamwork.
From the bonds created in the locker room to the relationships formed on the ice - hockey creates lifelong friendships. Hockey encourages time management skills that help kids balance school, responsibilities at home, playing with friends and time at the rink. We offer a house league program for all youth ages, as well as tournament and travel team options for you and your favorite hockey player(s) to choose from.

 If your child is interested in learning to play hockey, try our 6 weeks free learn to play hockey for ages 4+.

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SDIA Youth Hockey Programs

Youth League

Youth League

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Youth Hockey League
6 Week Free to Learn to Play

6 Week Free to Learn to Play

If your child is interested in learning to play hockey, try 6 weeks of free learn to play hockey for ages 4+.
We provide the equipment; you will just need a stick and jersey.

This is the best program for any new players that want to try hockey.
Classes take place Saturdays 1025 am to  1125 am .

6 Week Learn to Play
6 Week Learn to Play

Already used your first 6 weeks but aren't ready for house league yet, continue learn to play for another 6 weeks. 
6 weeks = $102
Class takes place on Saturdays from 10:25-11:25 am. 

Goalie Clinic

We will work on the basic fundamentals of goaltending from skating and puck handling to proper positioning and rebound control. 
We have equipment available for use to go along with a dedicated group of coaches. 
If you or your child is interested in trying goalie please contact Craig Sterling 
Goalie Clinic is Fridays 6:10pm to 7:10pm

Power Skating

Skating class designed to help improve speed, agility and overall skating ability and is for more intermediate/advanced skaters. 
This is where we focus on a limited set of skating skill each week and do it repeatedly, correctly, and quickly for 30 minutes ….. developing more power in every start, stride, stop & pivot. 
This class goes on at the same time as other skating school classes at the Zamboni end of the rink. Full gear required.
Fridays 5:35pm – 6:05pm (Admission $17 per class)

Youth Developmental Hockey

This is a 60-min weekly session that focuses on various levels of development for all youth hockey players and is open to all players from all rinks. Learn Skating, Passing, Stick Handling & Shooting.
Format is similar to weekly practice.
2 stations working on skill such as skating, passing, shooting & puck control
1-2 stations working small area games (SAG) and scrimmage
1 station is dedicated to goalie clinic –This is a MUST if you’re a goalie.
FULL GEAR NEEDED

Fridays 6:10 pm – 7:10PM (Admission $20 for walk in or packages are available in the shop.) 

Private Lessons

Whether you want to work on your skating, shooting, puck handling or your overall game skills SDIA is a great place to do so.

We have a number of dedicated coaches who want to help you improve your game.For information about private lessons please contact our hockey director Craig Sterling at craig@sdice.com so that he can find the best coach for you.

Booster Club

The San Diego Youth Hockey Booster Club is a non – profit organization that supports the teams that play out of SDIA We strive to support our local community by fundraising for our hockey players whom have devoted the time and efforts for the love of hockey.

Booster Club Website

Bob Green was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and has been coaching all different levels of hockey for over 40 years.
He grew up playing and coaching hockey in Montreal and moved to California in 1992 in hopes of bringing his coaching knowledge to San Diego.


Bob has coached from in-house mites to high school travel teams across all different rinks in San Diego.
The first rink he started coaching at, proud to say, was SDIA and returned to coaching there after all the years of his coaching experience.


Currently, he coaches the in-house bantams in hopes of
teaching the kids not just about the game but about life.
It’s all about fun with Coach Bob!