2017-2018 "Rookie Ravens" Program
The "Rookie Ravens" Program Fundamentals Program is designed to teach players the fundamentals of the game.
The Rookie Ravens program is led and instructed by members of the Men’s & Women’s Hockey teams at the University of Waterloo. In order for the best experience for the participants in Rookie Ravens and for us to run the best program possible, additional volunteers are required to assist on ice.
The program is non-competitive and the emphasis is on FUN! This program is for girls 4-7 years of age. We'll do drills and 1/2 ice games.
Register early as we sell out every year! This Program is for City of Waterloo Residents only!
- When is it: Sunday,starting after Thanksgiving
- What time: 4:00 to 5:00pm (expected)
- Where is it: RIM Park Arena
- What ages: 4-7 year olds as of Dec 31 2017 (Born in 2010 2011 2012 2013)
- How Much: $199.00
- 16 weeks
Rookie Ravens Sessions 2017-2018
Please remember to check the website from time to time for time changes or updates.
Sunday October 15 6pm-7pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday October 22 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday October 29 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday November 12 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday November 26 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday December 3 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday December 17 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers *Game Day
Sunday January 7 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday January 14 6pm–7pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday January 21 6pm-7pm @ RiM Pillers *Game Day
Sunday January 28 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday February 4 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday February 11 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers *Game Day
Sunday February 18 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday February 25 4pm-5pm @ RiM Pillers
Sunday March 14 6pm-7pm @ RiM Pillers *Game Day
*Games are ½ games played cross-wise per Hockey Canada recommendations.
This program begins October 15th and is intended to introduce young players to the game of hockey. The Sunday sessions are 55 minutes in length and will begin with players learning the basic skills needed to play the game. Each week new elements will be introduced as well as reinforcing past skills learned.
Players must be dressed in full hockey equipment.
Required Equipment includes:
CSA approved helmet
Chest protector/Shoulder pads
Mouth Guard (optional but recommended)
***Hockey Socks are provided to keep – Jerseys are lent out for the session, they are returned after each session.
Please note: This is NOT a "learn to skate" program. It is highly recommended that your daughter has had previous skating lessons.
Other Items of Note:
*If you are confused about how any equipment goes on, just ask, someone will be willing to help you out.
*Please bring a water bottle for your daughter – one that she can sip from (long nozzle) or squirt through her facemask on her helmet (so coaches & volunteers aren’t buckling and unbuckling helmets all session. It should be clearly marked with your daughter’s name for her to find.
*As a help for instructors, please write your daughter's name on some tape on her helmet. Addressing the girls by name really improves their experience.
*Make sure your daughter’s skates are sharpened and ready to go for the first session.
*Non-participants will not be allowed on the ice without being a registered volunteer. This requirement is due to safety and insurance concerns. To be on the ice, you must be wearing skates and a helmet.
VOLUNTEER instructors are an integral part of this program. Current Ravens players are encouraged to volunteer!
Please Help by completing Waterloo_Ravens_Development_Programs_Volunteers.pdf
Thanks for registering – we look forward to a great season!
After registering your daughter, you should have receive information via email. If not, please contact [email protected].