Plymouth Youth Hockey will offer four Girl’s Teams for the 2019-2020 Season at the following levels: U10B, U12A, U12B, and U14B. All of the Girl’s Teams will play in the South Shore Conference for next season.
If you know of anyone who is interested in playing girls hockey in Plymouth, please pass along this information, or put them in touch with me. We are looking for girls experienced or not, siblings of current players and girls from other programs who may not have access to all-girl teams.
For those interested in giving hockey a try before committing to a team, we will once again offer Hockey 101, an introduction to ice hockey in March of 2020. The program runs weekly on Saturday mornings. This program is available to everyone (not just girls) born between 2005 and 2010 who is new to hockey but thinking about playing next year and wants to get a jump on things by gaining experience. The primary focus will be on skating, but we will use sticks and pucks as well. While full hockey equipment is recommended, it is not required, but at least all players should have hockey helmets, hockey skates, gloves, and sticks.
Birth Years 2013 and later – most likely the best spot will be the PYH Learn to Play program. There are usually 5-7 girls who participate in a mixed group. Experienced skaters can try out for a coed Mite Team
Birth Year 2011 and 2012 – there are several options depending on skill level – PYH Learn to Play for newer skaters, sign up for the Girls U10 team or tryout for a boys Mite Team for more experienced players
Birth Years 2009 and 2010 – Sign up for the Girls U10 team or tryout for a boys Squirt Team
Birth Years 2007 and 2008 – Sign up for one of the Girls U12 teams or tryout for a boys PeeWee Team
Birth Years 2005 and 2006* – Tryout for the Girls U14 team or tryout for a boys Bantam team (checking)
To register, please click on “Register Online” on the left side of the Home Page. Your registration will not be complete until you have paid your $250 registration fee.
If you have questions or suggestions, please contact Jill Roy, Girl’s Coordinator at