House League (U8)/Learn to Play (Mississauga Ringette)

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About the U8 House League/Learn to Play Program

This program is an extension of our LTS program for skaters 5-7 years old (DOB 2010 -2012), or for those with moderate skating experience. 

Skaters will use the skating skills learned in the LTS program, in addition to skills taught in Learn to Play, and begin playing ringette. 
The focus of this program is:

  • to learn the basics of playing ringette
  • to develop skating, motor skills and self-esteem
  • to introduce players to team work and team spirit

Age Requirements

Skaters must be born 2010-2012

Winter (January) Program

Includes 11 weeks of 50 minute instruction periods and 8 weekly 50 minute games or skills sessions.  
Typically there will be one practice (at the same time as LTS) and one game/skill session per week.

We offer two different weekly practice sessions to choose from (to be selected when registering):

                      Wednesdays at 6 PM at Meadowale Arena, OR
                      Saturdays at 9:15 AM at Iceland Arena.

Games/skill sessions will be on Sunday mornings at 9:15AM at Iceland Arena.

Practices begin in late September, while games begin in early November and end in March.
All ORA rules are followed.  


First Wednesday LTP Practice - Wednesday January 3rd at 6 PM at Meadowvale Arena

First Saturday LTP Practice - Saturday January 6th at 9:15 AM at Iceland Arena

First LTP Skills session - Sunday January 7th at 9:15 AM at Iceland Arena

Program Fees for the 2017/18 Winter (January) Season:  
Returning Players - $200
NEW Players - $165 (Includes FREE Equipment Rental)

Equipment Requirements

The following are required by the Mississauga Ringette Association.

All equipment is available from our EQUIPMENT RENTAL PROGRAM.


·         Skaters MUST wear hockey skates (no plastic/moulded skates permitted)

·         Skaters MUST wear a CSA approved helmet and ringette cage

·         BNQ approved neck protector, elbow pads, shin pads, shoulder pads, hockey gloves, Ringette girdle/pants or                  hockey pants

·         Ringette stick (appropriate height)

The following is a link to a comprehensive article about ringette equipment.

The following link will help you to size your ringette player in equipment.





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