General Information

NEW ROCHELLE LIGHTNING HOCKEY CONTINUES TO GROW!

New Rochelle Lightning Hockey has entered two Squirt, two Peewee, a Bantam and two Midget teams into the Hudson Valley Hockey League (HVHL) for the 2019-20 season. Mite teams will be evaluated at a NYSAHA sponsored jamboree in September and will then be placed into the most competitively appropriate divisions.

Midget U16 (birth years are 2003 and 2004) / Midget U18 (birth years are 2001 and 2002) - For players born between 2001 and 2004, the New Rochelle Lightning Midget teams will be skating approximately 4 times per week. Most weeks will include games on Saturday and Sunday with practice two weeknights. This team is enrolled in the HVHL Midget U16 and U18 divisions.

Bantam - For players born in 2005 and 2006, the New Rochelle Lightning Bantam team will be skating approximately 4 times per week. Most weeks will include games on Saturday and Sunday with practice two weeknights. This team will be enrolled in the HVHL Bantam A division.

PeeWee - For players born in 2007 and 2008, the New Rochelle Lightning PeeWee teams will be skating approximately 4 times per week. Most weeks will include games on Saturday and Sunday with practice two weeknights. We have both a Peewee A team and a Peewee B team enrolled in HVHL.

Squirt - For players born in 2009 and 2010, the New Rochelle Lightning Squirt team will be skating approximately 4 times per week. Most weeks will include games on Saturday and Sunday with practice two weeknights. This teams will be enrolled in the HVHL Squirt A1 and B divisions.

Mite - For players born in 2011 or later, the New Rochelle Lightning Mite teams will be skating approximately 2 times per week with one game on the weekends. Most weeks will include a game on either Saturday or Sunday. The Mites are enrolled in the Chelsea Piers Cross Ice League and the Playland 3x3 Mites League.

Intro to Hockey/Learn to Skate - Open to all children ages 4 to 10, this program meets Sunday mornings to give children a comfortable environment to fall in love with the game! When possible, additional ice time may be offered. The children will be divided on the ice both by skill level and age.