Explore Hartford PAL Hockey

Hartford PAL Hockey, part of the Hartford Police Athletic/Activity League and sponsored by the West Hartford Wolves, provides the opportunity for boys and girls in the City of Hartford to play ice hockey at no cost to participants. For the inaugural 2013-2014 Season, the program is open to kids from ages 7-12 who will skate on Sunday mornings at the Koeppel Community Center. In subsequent years, the program will be expanded to include students from grades K-12 and foster participation in other athletic and scholastic disciplines. As a member organization of the national governing body USA Hockey, Hartford PAL Hockey will operate with guidelines, principles, and core values consistent with the National PAL Mission, Responsible Sports, and the Positive Coaching Alliance.

There are many ways to get involved!

Spread the Word

Learn more about Hartford PAL Hockey and then spread the word about upcoming Hartford PAL Hockey Practices on February 16 and 23!

Try Hockey for Free

Hartford PAL Hockey will participate in Try Hockey for Free Day on March 1, 2014 from 2-4 PM at Newington Arena for children ages 4-9. Learn more and view the brochure.

Donate Equipment

Hartford PAL Hockey accepts hockey equipment donations that allow more children to experience the great game of hockey! Keep an eye out for their Equipment Donation Drive or today.

Learn more at www.hartfordpalhockey.com or contact:
John Wenz


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