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2017 - 2018 CDP FALL/WINTER SEASON

This Coyotes Development Program is a year-round hockey program created for house/recreational hockey players starting with Mini-Mites through Bantam/Midget age divisions. It focuses on basic skill development with an introduction to team play concepts, in a FUN environment for learning. Players are given an equal opportunity to participate and are encouraged to play all positions.

Eligibility Requirements:
Please be advised that for the benefit of all players and coaches, participating players must have graduated from the Initiation Program to register for the CDP House League.  If your player is currently enrolled in IP or has no previous hockey league experience, please do not complete the registration process*.

*Deposits are non-refundable.  Exceptions will not be made for eligibility errors.

PROGRAM BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • 44 ice slots including player evaluations, practices, regular and playoff games
  • Set schedule: Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday practices and Saturday/Sunday games
  • Experienced coaching
  • NHL team names and uniforms (jersey and socks)
  • 3 powerskating sessions instructed by professional coaches
  • House level Turkey Shoot tournament in Scottsdale held Fri. - Sun. of Thanksgiving weekend
  • Some Chandler vs Scottsdale Cross Town Division games
  • Playoffs and end of season Team Party & Awards
  • Invitation to try out for the Scottsdale House All-Star teams
  • 10% Discount at Coyotes Ice Sports (some restrictions apply)
  • $1 off Ice Den Public Skating session admission held at either facility

THE GOALS OF THE PROGRAM ARE:

  1.     To have fun while playing hockey and engaging in physical activities.
  2.     To learn the fundamental skills required to play the game of hockey.
  3.     To create and refine basic motor patterns including: agility, balance and coordination.
  4.     To be introduced to the concepts of cooperation and fair play.
  5.     To learn good sportsmanship and to appreciate the spirit of teamwork and competition.
  6.     To develop friendships and make memories.
  7.     To prepare a player for the next desired level of hockey.