P.O. Box 55, Medfield, MA 02052

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Medfield Youth Hockey (MYH) provides both boys and girls the opportunity to learn and develop skills to play competitive hockey. This page is intended to provide information for female players and their parents on what teams are available to them within the MYH program. The program currently offers a variety of programs for girls of all ages and abilities.

The season typically runs September through March; however, there are opportunities to join the program after the season has started. If you have questions about Medfield Girls Hockey, please contact the Director of Medfield Youth Hockey Girls Program, Faith Hermann, at .

 

Program Level

2021-2022 Program Information

MYH Learn-to-Play-Hockey:
(Girls ages 4 and up)

  • Coed
  • Multiple Sessions
  • Ice time - Saturdays at 3-3:50pm       
  • Location is at the Norfolk Rink, Dean Street, Norfolk, MA

MYH Girls U8:

(Girls ages 8 and under

*open additionally for 9 & 10 yr-olds based on ability

  • Girls only, with DOB 2013 and younger
  • One team of approx. 11 players
  • Games only, no practices
  • Games played in 4v4 cross-ice format, with goalie
  • Two 7-week sessions offered (can play one or both)
  • All games likely played in Allston-Brighton League on Saturdays at 9:05am or 10:10am at Reilly Memorial Rink in Brighton, MA
  • Players of all levels welcome, as primary or secondary team

MYH Girls U10:

(Girls ages 9-10)

*open additionally for 7 & 8 yr-olds based on ability

  • Girls only, with DOB 2011-2012 (exceptions made)
  • One team of approx. 13 players 
  • Games only, no practices
  • Games played in 5v5 full ice format, with goalie
  • Approx. 2 games played per month November to March
  • All games played in Middlesex Yankee Conference Girls Hockey League on weekends
  • Players of all levels welcome, as primary or secondary team

MYH Girls Stick Together Program

(Girls ages 4-14)

  • Open to all ages and levels of girls hockey players
  • Fun one-time events offered such as hockey clinics led by the Medfield High School Girls Varsity and/or Middle School Girls Hockey players and coaches