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Welcome to the New Home of SYH

We will be adding new material over the summer.

Download the mobile app , more features than our previous website.

Stoneham Youth Hockey

Stoneham Youth Hockey serves 300+ boys and girls each year. 

Offering Learn to Skate , Instructional Mites, Coed & Girls Teams

SYH Coach Registration

Looking to help for the upcoming 2023 Hockey Season.

SYH is looking for Head Coaches, Asst. Coaches , Team Managers, Team Parents for our 2023 Teams.  

Click here to pay your 2022 SYH Ice Bill

2023 SYH Board Nominations

Want to get involved with SYH ? Have some ideas to move SYH forward. We are looking for SYHBoard Members to join for the upcoming season. If you or someone you know would like to join please click link above to fill out SYH Nominations.

We are working on a process to see complete rosters under the Teams pages. In the meantime, we have created the links to show the full rosters with SYH and NR players.

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  • Boys and Girls ages 5-8.
  • Advanced skaters aged 4 (by recommendation of I-Mite Director and with Board approval).
  • New skaters aged 9 (by recommendation of I-Mite Director and with Board approval).

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(Driscoll Skating and Skills)

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SYH Contact Us

About Us
Stoneham Youth Hockey is a volunteer-run, non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, that provides a
developmental youth hockey program to children from Stoneham and the surrounding areas. We offer
skating and hockey programs for youth ages 4-19. Our program is open to all families regardless of
skating ability or background.
Our mission is to provide children with a quality and meaningful hockey
experience while promoting good sportsmanship, comradery, teamwork and determination, all while having fun.
Partnership with North Reading
Some of our specific teams are combined with North Reading Youth Hockey and have a mix of players
from each program. Both organizations are committed to close cooperation to achieve their shared goal
of an excellent hockey experience for our communities' children.