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    Calling future hockey players!!!


    Learn to play

    ABYHA will be holding a Fall Learn to Play (LTP) program beginning September 18 and running through November 20.  The 10 session program will be held Saturday mornings, 8am at the Nashoba Valley Olympia (Rink 1) and cost is $135.

    This clinic will follow the USA Hockey U6 and U8 ADM curriculum,  focusing on skill development (with an emphasis on skating and hockey basics) through fun small area games and drills.

    Attendees should already have completed a Learn to Skate program, or have acquired basic skating skills (forward strides, basic turns, basic stops).  Email with questions.

    Register for LTP here.


    Learn to skate

    Like last year, ABYHA is partnering with our friends at the Nashoba Skating school for Learn to Skate lessons. 

    For the past two seasons we’ve had great success with the skating school instructors teaching our ABYHA Learn to Skate and have a strong group of skaters coming through ABYHA LTP who have "graduated" from Nashoba's Skating school

    You can find more info and register using the link below:

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    Founded in 1970, the Acton-Boxboro Youth Hockey Association serves boys and girls in the towns of Acton, Boxboro, Harvard, and Bolton Massachusetts. Our home rink is the Nashoba Valley Olympia on Route 111 in Boxboro (directions). Our teams play in the Valley League, and our girls team play in the Middlesex Yankee Conference.

    We have teams from the Mite to Midget level, Girls teams combined with Concord Carlisle Youth Hockey, and a learn to skate program with six intramural learn to play ("Mosquito") teams. We have a long, proud heritage. Our program is based upon the principle of making our children's hockey experience as enjoyable as possible, with a strong emphasis on skating and skills development and having fun with hockey. Some of our players have graduated to the National Hockey League, and others have played for their high school and college teams.