Polar Ice House, Triangle ice-skating facilities, announced today a youth hockey programming sponsorship with the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes. The sponsorship focuses on three types of programming offered by Polar Ice House, including the House Hockey League, First Goal and Learn to Play programs. These programs will offer players of all skill levels the opportunity to learn, train and grow in a competitive, organized environment at the Cary, Wake Forest, and Garner Polar Ice House locations.
Starting in September, the Hurricanes will sponsor these Polar Ice House programs to grow the sport locally and encourage kids to lace up their skates and get out on the ice.
The Hurricanes sponsored House Hockey League kicks off its fall season on September 5, 2014, and is open to players aged 5 to 18. The League is dedicated to not only the player experience, but to developing and maintaining standards of player safety and growth potential.
For more information, please visit http://www.phhl.org/.
For kids not ready for competitive play, Polar Ice House will offer a four-week First Goal program that provides an introduction to the sport. Upon completion, kids are able to progress to the 8-week Learn to Play Hockey program, where they learn the fundamentals of the sport before they progress to the house league. Polar Ice House launched their House Hockey League in 2013.