Learn to Play (LTP)
Greater Lowell Youth Skating Association (GLYSA) runs a "Learn to Play" program for aspiring young hockey players to get onto the ice and learn basics of skating, stopping, and using a hockey stick.
GLYSA offers 2 separate registration programs for the Learn to Play Program:
- Full Season = 24 Weeks of instructional learn to play hockey - The cost of the Full Session is $240 and is due prior to your child's 1st practice.
- Individual Session = 6 Weeks of instructional learn to play hockey - The cost of the Each Session is $60 and is due prior to your child's 1st practice.
Online Registration is encouraged and players can begin a session on any date and cost will be prorated.
Practices are weekly on Saturdays at 10am at the Janas Rink in Lowell.
If you have question about the Learn To Play program please email the
2017-18 Sessions, Dates and Registration
Full Season - Includes all 24 weeks of instruction ($240) - Register Now for Ful Season
Session 1 - 6 Weeks (September 30, October 7, 14, 21, 28, November 4) - Registration Will Open In September
Session 2 - 6 Weeks (November 11, 18, 25 & December 2, 9, 16)
Session 3 - 6 Weeks (December 23, 30 & January 6, 13, 20, 27) -
Session 4 - 6 Weeks (February 3, 10, 17, 24 & March 3, 10)
Boston Bruins Learn To Play Program 2017
Greater Lowell is proud to partner with the Boston Bruins and NHL in their efforts to grow the game of hockey. This 4 week program is for new hockey players and includes a full set of new equipment and 4 weeks of on-ice instruction for just $100. The Greater Lowell Youth Skating Association is sponsoring this at Janas Rink on Saturday 10/21, 10/28, 11/4 & 11/11 all at 9:00am.
Registration is limited and begins on August 2nd - see their website at http://www.bostonbruins.com/learntoplay
Greater Lowell Development Program (GLDP)
As players advance they often move into the GLDP (formerly known as "In House") which includes weekly practices and occasional "games" at local rinks. Practices focus on skating and hockey skills improvement. The games are opportunities to experience team play in a fun setting with no official score keeping. Players typically range from 5 to 12.
***To register for Greater Lowell Development Program online please click here***