The travel program participates in the Chesapeake Bay Hockey League (CBHL) and each level can play up to 20 league games a season depending on how many teams are in the age group/play level. In addition to league games, each team has the option of picking up non-league games for a total of 30 games a season. Each team is also encouraged to participate in tournaments, which are a great experience for both players and families. Recent tournaments include MyHockey - Pittsburgh, Crabtown, and Penn State. Teams have traveled to North Carolina, Ohio, and other places for tournaments in past seasons.
Equipment: Each player is required to obtain and maintain their own equipment to include the required travel jerseys and matching socks. Equipment can be purchased at the rink or from suppliers such as HockeyTron or HockeyMonkey. Used equipment is also available through Play It Again Sports in Frederick, Md. Mouth guards are required and can also be purchased at the rink for a nominal charge.
League and USA Hockey Rules: Each player, coach and parent should know and understand the rules and potential penalties involved with playing travel ice hockey. See links to the right for more information.
|Year of Birth||Age Division|
|Age Division||Skater Fee||Goalie Fee|
|12U Dual Roster/Girls||$2,200||N/A|
|14U Dual Roster/Girls||$2,300||N/A|
|16U Dual Roster/Girls||$2,400||$1,825|
|16U Girls Only||$1,475||N/A|
HYHA will not tolerate any form of discrimination based upon an individual’s sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, harassment, or unwanted physical contact or behavior that creates a hostile environment. Any member who witnesses a prohibited behavior must immediately report the activity to the appropriate authorities. A written statement must be submitted to the Board of Directors within 48 hours of the event even if the issue was addressed and resolved. Following the conclusion of a Disciplinary Committee investigation punitive action may be assessed.
In an effort to make ice hockey a more desirable and rewarding experience for all participants, USA Hockey has a zero tolerance policy that requires all players, coaches, officials, team officials and administrators and parents/ spectators to maintain a sportsmanlike and educational atmosphere before, during and after all USA Hockey-sanctioned games.