Register for Youth Programs

Seattle Kraken are proud to partner with the NHL to offer Learn to Play to first time hockey players. In addition to learning beginner hockey fundamentals, each player will be sized for a complete set of custom Kraken Learn to Play hockey equipment and receive a free one-year USA Hockey registration number.

This program is only available for first time players. Kids with prior hockey experience should register for Learn to Play 2 or Jr Squid.

How to register: players in Learn to Skate Hockey 1 or Hockey 2 will be invited to the class towards the end of their LTS session. Players coming from outside our Learn to Skate program will need to reach out to Jr Kraken staff to receive registration link. There is no publicly available registration for this class.

Note: Since this program is sponsored by the NHL, registration for this program is via the LeagueApps registration platform. 

Youth Learn to Skate

Ages

5-9; co-ed

Pre-requisite

Player should have completed up to Hockey 1 within our Learn to Skate program before registering.

Learn to Skate

Fall Winter Schedule

Wednesday - 5:30 pm

Saturday - 8:45 am

Duration

8-week series. 45-min group classes 1x per week.

Required Gear

Players receive an 11-piece kit of custom fitted gear from Pure Hockey: jersey, helmet, stick, skates, gloves, hockey socks, hockey pants, shoulder pads, elbow pads, shin guards & hockey bag. 

Gear fittings will occur 2-3 weeks prior to the first class, coordinated by Pure Hockey. 

Provided Gear from PureHockey

Costs

$296

Price includes 11-piece equipment kit (valued at $250) + 1st year of USA Hockey membership (valued at $61).

This program is ideal for players wishing to continue to develop the basics through group class instruction and introductory in-house game play. Skills covered include skating, puck handling, passing and shooting. Players should have completed a Learn to Skate series as well as the NHL Learn to Play program prior to registering.

This class is highly repeatable. It is generally recommended that players take the LTP2 class at least twice before considering moving to LTP3 or Jr Squid.

Ages

5-9; co-ed

Pre-requisite

Player should have completed the NHL Learn to Play 1  class or equivalent introductory class at another rink.

Fall/Winter Schedule

Wednesday - 6:25 pm

Saturday - 9:35 am

Duration

8-week series. 45-min group classes 1x per week

Required Gear

Players receive a jersey. 

Players must provide their own:

  • Helmet with cage
  • Gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, shin pads, jock/jill, hockey pants, socks
  • Hockey stick
  • Hockey skates 
Costs

$316 (includes jersey)

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This class is designed as a stepping stone for the Jr Squid program. It is ideal for players wanting more while they wait to join the next session of Jr Squid. Players will continue to work on basic skills but are expecting to be highly proficient in most skill areas.

Players should have completed a Learn to Play 2 series at least twice prior to registering. Speak with a Jr Kraken coach for a recommendation.

Ages

5-9; co-ed

Pre-requisite

Player should have completed the Kraken Learn to Play 2 class or equivalent introductory class at another rink at least twice.

Speak with a Jr Kraken coach if you are unsure if this is the right level.

Fall/Winter Schedule

Saturday - 10:30 am

Duration

8-week series. 60-min group classes 1x per week

Required Gear

Players must provide their own:

  • Helmet with cage
  • Gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, shin pads, jock/jill, hockey pants, socks
  • Hockey stick
  • Hockey skates 
Costs

$380 (includes jersey)

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It’s never too late to learn to play hockey. The Sea-League is a developmental in-house league for players to improve their fundamental skills and prepare for the Metropolitan Hockey League at their own pace. This program is designed for older kids (ages 10-16) new to the game. As with other Learn to Play classes, players will learn the same fundamental hockey skills in a setting for older kids. Players should have completed a Learn to Skate series prior to registering.

Throughout the year there will be additional opportunities to play in scrimmages amongst ourselves and outside teams. Information on those scrimmages will be provided to families as they become available.

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Ages

10-16; co-ed

Pre-requisite

Player should have completed the up to Hockey 1 in the Learn to Skate program or equivalent class at another rink.

Fall/Winter Schedule

Thursday - 7:55 pm

Saturday - 11:45 am

Duration

8-week series. 60-min group classes 1x per week

Required Gear

Players receive a jersey and socks with registration. 

Players must provide their own:

  • Helmet with cage
  • Gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, shin pads, jock/jill, hockey pants, socks
  • Hockey stick
  • Hockey skates 
Costs

$388 (includes jersey + socks)

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Fall/Winter Schedule

Below is the class and registration schedule for our first three sessions of the hockey season.

The Spring schedule for Learn to Play classes will be released in January alongside Jr Kraken Spring programming.

Session #1

Starts week of: September 12th

Ends week of: October 31st

Skip weeks: None

Registration Opens: Monday, August 1st

Session #2

Starts week of: November 7th

Ends week of: January 16th

Skip weeks: November 21st, December 19th & 26th

Registration Opens: Monday, October 3rd

Session 3

Starts week of: January 30th

Ends week of: March 27th

Skip weeks: February 20th

Registration Opens: Monday, December 5th

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Volunteer Coaches

Youth hockey couldn’t happen without the parents and community volunteers that help with all facets of the game. We have opportunities for volunteer coaches, team managers, score keepers, clock managers and penalty box managers. A great way to help out and build friendships and community that will last a lifetime.

Learn more about the volunteer commitments, benefits and training by completing the questionnaire or visiting our Volunteers page.

Coaches Questionnaire

Volunteer

USA Hockey Registration

Prior to participating in any hockey programs through Kraken Community Iceplex, all participants must acquire a USA Hockey Membership.*

*Exception: First-time players enrolling in Learn to Play 1 do not require a USA Hockey number, as they will receive one as part of the NHL program.

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Financial Assistance

Financial support for Learn to Skate programming is available through the One Roof Foundation.

Financial Assistance