In-House HockeyIn House Hockey is the third step in youth hockey. Participants must complete the Learn to Skate Hockey and Learn to Play Hockey to be eligible for in House. In House is broken down into two or three age/ skill level groups depending on enrollment. Age and skill specific practices are instructed by an impressive staff of USA Hockey Certified coaches. Coaches will introduce team play and stress foundation skills to the newer players, while situational play and individual skills are the focus for older players.
Whether your child is new to hockey, or has been playing travel hockey for years, In House is always a good option for honing skills and continuing to learn the game. Practices are held every Tuesday, with USA Hockey recommended cross ice games every Friday. All participants will receive their very own In House jersey and an S&T Bank Arena value card. The value card can be used for free admission to public skate or free skate sharpening.
Instructor InfoPhil Broskin, S&T Bank Arena’s Hockey Director and Kelly's Hockey Shop Manager will be entering his 29th consecutive year in Indiana Hockey. Coach Phil has earned the USA Hockey Level 4 Coaching Certification and has been an instructor at every age level from Learn to Play to High School Varsity. He has coached Indiana teams to championships within the Laurel Highlands Hockey League and in the Pittsburgh Amateur Hockey League as a Head Coach. As an Assistant Coach, he helped coach Indiana Varsity to a Chiefs Cup Championship game and also an undefeated season for Indiana Junior Varsity. Starting as a player, Phil grew up playing hockey in Indiana at Mack Park Ice Rink, while playing travel hockey in Johnstown, PA at the War Memorial Arena. Phil’s strong organizational skills and deep knowledge of the game are an integral part of the S&T Bank Arena’s Hockey Academy.
Fee: $175 before Aug 30 - Early Bird Special
$195 after Aug 30 - Full Price
Dates: Sept 6th - Dec 23rd (30 on ice sessions)
We accept late registrations up until the halfway point of the season. Fees will be prorated.
3 ways to register:
1. In person at the rink
2. Print a form off our website and mail it in.
If you should have any questions throughout the season, please feel free to contact Phil at the Arena.