Berkshire Rattlers: Welcome

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WELCOME TO THE BERKSHIRE RATTLERS

 

Berkshire Rattlers Youth Hockey
PO Box 1001
Sheffield MA 01257
 

All registering options on the website are now available!  Learn to skate registration and equipment hand out will take place @ Berkshire School in early November. Mites, Squirts and Pee Wees are able to register online or by downloading the registration form and mailing it to the address indicated on the form.
  http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2132079
   
     **The 18th Annual Jimmy Welch Tournament will be held February 6-8, 2015. 
 
      Please look in our handout section for the 2014-2015 registration form as well as the 2015 Jimmy Welch                 tournament  registration 

Handout: 2014-2015 Registration

MITE PROGRAM



In accordance with USA Hockey Recommendation, mites will have a 3 on 3 in-house program, consisting of 3 player teams in cross ice games.  The smaller numbers on the ice in a smaller space forces each player to be more involved instead of being an on ice spectator.  USA Hockey feels that the player will have more fun and develop faster.  There will be more emphasis on skills during practice so that players have more success as they progress through levels of play.  As anyone who has watched youth sports has noticed, without good basic skills, as players get older they have less and less success. We hope to reverse that equation.  There will also be  a limited number of traditional 5 player games with nearby clubs.



COACHES FOR 2014-2015 SEASON



       

LEARN TO SKATE 

 Charlie Bouteiller and Rick Janusz 

Team Rep: Charlie Bouteiller

 

MITES  

Charlie Bouteiller

Team Rep: TBD

 

SQUIRT 1

Brian Zanin 413-464-4137  brian.zanin@yahoo.com

Team Rep: TBD 

 

SQUIRT 2

Jon Wells  

Team Rep: TBD 

 

 

PEE-WEES

Greg Marlowe, Bill Bullock, Chris Hayden & Chris Weld

Team Rep: TBD



PLAYERS WELCOME AT ALL LEVELS

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OUR MISSION STATEMENT

  1. To provide a safe, supervised atmosphere for hockey instruction and games.
  2. To teach and practice good hockey fundamentals in all age groups.

  3. To foster an atmosphere that encourages enjoyment and fun while playing competitive hockey.

  4. To provide competitive hockey games with other programs having similar levels.

  5. To encourage the youth participants to help defray the costs by working on fund-raising activities.



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