These Programs play in house. There are two programs: Beginner-Learn to Skate and Intermediate-Learn to Play (also known as IP).
Ages 4 to 10. Some 3 year olds, if mature enough, may join the Learn to Skate/Beginner program.
This program begins in October and runs thru February.
Learn to Skate practices once a week on Saturdays. Learn to Play/Intermediate skates twice a week on Saturdays and on a weekday depending on the High School Game Schedules.
Learn to Skate/Beginners do not play games.
Learn to Play/Intermediate participants will have the opportunity to play in 4 to 6 Cross Rink Jamborees at Rochester Area Rinks (usually 1 at SUNY Geneseo) if they meet the age requirement for 6u.
A jersey is provided.
Livingston Blues apparel is available at extra cost. Players are expected to provide their own equipment and skates. Livingston Blues have a limited sets of equipment for the Learn to Skate/Beginner Program.
Frequently Asked Questions
How old is too old to start playing Hockey?
While most players start between age 3 and 6, we do have players who start at 8 or 9 and start on a team when ready.
Does Geneseo/Livingston Blues supply loaner equipment?
We do have a limited supply of loaner equipment packages for players in the Beginner Program. When registering their child, parents should identify if they need loaner equipment.
Play in House Programs