Hutchinson Hockey Association

2019 - One Goal Program




A FUN, EASY, LOW-COST, NO COMMITMENT way to try youth hockey before the season starts!

Designed for first year skaters at the Mite/Squirt/U10 levels and second year skaters at the Mite level, the One Goal program is a chance for kids to learn and experience the game of hockey in a fun environment without having to commit to a full season of hockey.

Limited skating experience or don't know how to skate?  No problem!  Numerous HHA coaches are on the ice to assist players across multiple skill levels.

Eligibility:  Must be at least 4 years old by the start of the One Goal program to participate.  Skaters should be first year players at the Mite/Squirt/U10 level or second year players at the Mite level.  Please note that we can't guarantee equipment will fit Squirt/U10 players.

PLEASE NOTE: Registering for One Goal is not the same as registering for the Mite/Squirt/U10 season.  There is a separate registration for the full season (please see the registration portion of the HHA website for dates and details). 

For a $25 registration fee, each One Goal skater receives:

  • (5) On- Ice Sessions with HHA Coaches (Parents welcome on the ice; but must wear a helmet)
  • Free use of the following equipment through the One Goal program (and through the full hockey season if desired):
    • Hockey Bag
    • Helmet
    • Shin Pads
    • Breezers
    • Elbow Pads
    • Shoulder Pads
    • Gloves
    • Skates

Schedule: Sessions will be held on Saturdays in October 12pm – 1pm and the final session will be the first Sunday mite practice of the year for a total of (5) on ice sessions. Specific times and locations can be found on the HHA Website and Via email if available.


Equipment fittings will be held on Thursday October 3rd from 4 pm to 6 pm and Saturday October 5th from 9 am to 11 am prior to the first skating session.


To complete you registration please fill out the USA Hockey Waiver and email to Bryan Platisha


Please direct questions to:


Bryan Platisha

Director of Mites