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    2023 Fall Learn to Play and Learn to Skate

    Learn to Play

     The 2023-24 Learn to Play hockey program  will be split into two seasons.  The first (fall) season will run from October 14 - December 17.   Players will skate 2 times per week (Sat 8am & Sun 10:30am) and format will follow the USA hockey ADM for 6U. 


    Fall season $240 - includes "LTP" jersey

    Register HERE

    More information on the Learn to Play / Learn to Skate page.


    Learn to Skate

    ABYHA partners with the Nashoba Skating school for Learn to Skate lessons.  For the past five 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:

    2023-24 Coach Registration

    Coach & volunteer registration is now open for next season (2023-24), register here before registering your player

    ABYHA reimburses the USA hockey coach registration fee.  The reimbursement is distributed as a discount on the player's season tuition. You can get the discount code in the receipt of the coach registration.

    All ABYHA / ABCC coaches and volunteers must register before getting on the ice!



    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.