The New York Titans Youth Hockey organization serves the children and families of Staten Island and surrounding locals through instructional and competitive youth ice hockey. We promote a fun, safe, friendly environment that fosters increased participation, improved skills, teamwork, and long-term personal and athletic development.
Open Hockey is on Fridays at 1:10 - 2:40 pm & 10:20 - 11:50 pm.
Players are $20 each | Goalies are Free
Current Clinic will be posted to the right.
LEARN TO PLAY: For those skaters who have successfully completed our learn to skate curriculum, our learn to play (formally thunder clinic) challenges your player to acquire, improve and sharpen the fundamental skills necessary to participate in on-ice competition. Advanced skating, as well as puck handling, passing and shooting will be covered.
HOUSE LEAGUE: Please be aware that this is a team commitment. Make sure your player can attend both practices and games before registering.
Your skater you can join and be pro-rated at any point in the session and be placed on a team.
You do not need usa hockey registration to participate.
The New York Titans Hockey organization serves the children and families of Staten Island and surrounding local areas through instructional and competitive youth ice hockey. We promote a fun, safe, friendly environment that fosters increased participation, improved skills, teamwork, and long-term personal and athletic development.
The New York Titans Travel Hockey is a competitive hockey league where organizes teams from local ice arenas compete against one another for the chance to play for the Divisional Championship Title. The New York Titans hold tryouts and selects players based on their individual skill levels and knowledge of the game. Players are then assessed and assigned to teams based on the appropriate age and skill classification, and compete against other players in and out of the state.
Q: What programs do you offer for beginner skaters?
A: The first step is our learn to skate hockey program, which teaches your child how to skate and gives an introduction to skating on hockey skates. Skaters learn the fundamentals of skating (stride, turning, stopping, backwards) through weekly classes. After graduating from learn to skate hockey, skaters can move on to our learn to play clinic. In this program, skaters continue to work on their basic skills while also learning the fundamentals of hockey. Passing, stick handling, and shooting are introduced and practiced.
Q: What equipment do i need to participate?
A:To participate in learn to skate, you will only need to supply a helmet and skates (skates can also be rented.) It is recommended that skaters wear knee pads and gloves, as they will certainly fall while learning new moves! As your skater progresses on to learn to play, you will need the following equipment: skates, shin guards, hockey socks, jock, shoulder pads, elbow pads, pants, hockey gloves, stick, helmet with cage. A hockey jersey is provided.
Q: What is house league?
A: The house league is designed to foster a love for the game while developing basic skills. The league promotes creativity and fosters the development of basic skills by letting the kids just play the game. The house league meets once per weekend for games.players should have some basic skill and permission from the learn to play director to enter the house league.
Q: What is travel hockey?
A:Travel hockey is designed for the more experienced hockey player to play at a higher level of competition. The NY Junior Titans organization offers teams from mite to midget levels. Players compete with and against the best players in the area during league play, non league games, and tournaments. Teams practice 2 to 3 times per week and play games on the weekends. Our teams compete in the Long Island Amateur Hockey League. After teams are picked in April, they will begin practices in August and conclude the season in march.
Q: What are the ages for hockey?
A:players are grouped as follows:
Division age group
mite 8 and under
squirt 10 and under
peewee 12 and under
bantam 14 and under
midget 16 16 and under
midget 18 18 and under
high school players currently in high school
Q: When is checking allowed?
A: Checking is permitted at the bantam level and above. Although contact is inevitable at the younger levels, intentional checking is not permitted until bantam.