PYH is committed to providing consistent and constructive player development while emphasizing the fun of playing the game.

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Beginner

  • Hockey Skates
  • H.E.C.C. approved helmet and facemask
  • Neck protector
  • Elbow Pads
  • Hockey Gloves
  • Shin / Knee Pads

Intermediate

  • Hockey skates with plastic blade holder or plastic heel tip guards
  • H.E.C.C approved helmet and facemask with chin strap
  • An approved ICE hockey stick (no street hockey sticks)
  • Shin Pads
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Elbow Pads
  • Hockey Pants
  • Hockey Gloves
  • Protective Cup
  • Neck Protector

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To participate in the sport of ice hockey the following equipment is required.  Exceptions are noted below.

Skaters

  • Hockey Skates with Plastic Blade Holder or Plastic Heel Tip Guards that have been approved by HECC (Except Goalies)
  • Hockey Stick made of wood or other material approved for ICE hockey.  No Street Hockey Sticks.
  • Shin Pads
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Elbow Pads
  • Hockey Pants
  • Hockey Gloves
  • Hockey Socks (worn over Shin Pads)
  • Protective Cup
  • Neck Protector
  • H.E.C.C. Approved Helmet and Facemask with Chinstrap
  • Mouthpiece (See Note Below)

Goaltenders

  • HECC Approved Helmet and Facemask
  • Chest Pads
  • Throat Protector
  • Neck Protector
  • Hockey Pants
  • Protective Cup
  • Arm and Shoulder Pads
  • Leg Pads
  • Catcher and Blocker Gloves
  • Goal Stick
  • Mouthpiece (See Note Below)
Note: Although some protective equipment is not mandatory in all age classifications, USA Hockey strongly recommends that all players and goalkeepers in all age classifications properly wear an internal mouthpiece. All players, including goalkeepers, in the Pee Wee through Midget (including High School) and in the Girls/Women 10-or-under through 19-or-under age classifications are required to wear a colored (nonclear) internal mouthpiece. PYH strongly recommends that the mouthpiece be attached to the helmet cage.