As the only NHL regulation-sized rink available to the public, Chaparral Ice functions as the rink-of-choice for a variety of athletic groups. Its most high-profile residents are the University of Texas club team and The Texas State University Club Team. Chaparral Ice also hosts a variety of amateur teams, including our Austin Metro Hockey League teams from 5-year-old “6U” up to adult Chaparral Ice recreational leagues.
HIIT Hockey is coming to Austin!
These sessions will be geared toward improving individual skills by creating concrete fundamentals progressing into more challenging skill sets.
Our primary focus being on improving mind to body connection through quick-response drills while maintaining proper skating mechanics. Off ice training will be designed to build strength and mobility. Think ladder drills, cones, running and a lot of sweat.
Dates: Phase 1: June 19th-July 7th and Phase 2: July 10th-July 28th
When: On-Ice 10u/12u 5:15pm Monday and Friday. 14u/16u 5:15pm Thursday and 6:30pm Friday.
Off-ice: 10u/12u 4:00pm Monday and Friday. 14u/16u 4:00pm Thursday and 5:15pm Friday.
Where: Chaparral Ice Northcross
Cost: $344/Phase or $619 for both
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Ages: 7-10 years
When: Monday 5:15pm, Friday 5:15pm
Dates: March 18-May 10
Cost: $575/ 8-weeks
Ages: 11-14 years
When: Thursday’s 5:15pm, Friday 6:30pm
Dates: March 21-May 10
Cost: $575/ 8-weeks
Stick & Puck is an open session where skaters can work on individual skating and stick-handling skills. All ages are welcome. Full equipment is required for all minors and recommended adults (hockey helmet, hockey stick, hockey skates, and hockey gloves required. all equipment provided by the player).
Discounts are only available through pass packages. Space is limited. Please register in advance to secure your spot on any session
More Information coming soon!
When: September 2021 – April 2022
Cost: $775 with flexible Payment Plans Available
The Girls Hockey Club of Austin is a non-profit registered 501c3 organization founded to support the growth of girls hockey in Austin, TX. Follow us on IG @GHCAustin and tag us in your photos!
To empower physically or developmental challenged individuals by providing the opportunity to enjoy the sport of ice hockey.
Program benefits include improved endurance, coordination, strength, social skills, teamwork, and the pure enjoyment and freedom provided by skating on ice.