A: Yes, HARBORCENTER has 11 locker rooms, and one will be available for female only players for all of our programing.
A: Unfortunately, due to our age and level-specific programming, it is difficult to accommodate for makeups. We hope that when registering for our programing you have already scheduled your sessions to ensure there are minimal conflicts. We understand that emergencies come up, so on a case-by-case basis please contact Olga Khmylev to speak further (firstname.lastname@example.org | 716-855-4297).
A: Please e-mail email@example.com and we will forward it to the appropriate person.
A: The Academy is offering multiple programs for many ages, but spaces are limited and many of our programs fill up fast. Please contact Olga Khmylev to find out if there are any remaining spots available (firstname.lastname@example.org | 716-855-4297).
A: We will contact you at the phone number and email provided at registration.
A: Parents are only allowed in the locker room if younger players need help putting on their equipment.
A: Players are asked to please wear the Academy of Hockey practice jersey that is provided.
A: Yes, the Academy of Hockey is interested in working with as many players, coaches and teams as possible. Whether it is at HARBORCENTER or your home rink, please contact Olga Khmylev with requests (email@example.com | 716-855-4297).
A: Please be dressed and ready to go five (5) minutes before your scheduled on-ice session.
A: Your child will need to wear age appropriate equipment mandated by USA Hockey. Typically, required equipment includes: skates, stick, helmet, face mask, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, hockey pants, shin guards, shin guard socks, cup/supporter, and a mouth guard.
A: Parking is free if you are participating in an Academy program.
A: HARBORCENTER contains a 5-level parking ramp with over 750 parking spaces that is available for your use.
A: All Academy of Hockey offered programing would take place on one of the two NHL sized rinks at HARBORCENTER. For more information about HARBORCENTER, please click here.
A: The Academy of Hockey will provide on-ice, off-ice, and classroom programming for players of all ages and levels. Check out the Academy of Hockey page for more information on in-season and off season spring and summer programing.
A: The Academy coaching staff is lead by its Director and 2006 Stanley Cup Champion Kevyn Adams, Head Development Coach and 12 year NHL player Adam Mair, as well as 16 year NHL player and Director of Goaltending Martin Biron. The complete list of Academy Staff and their bios can be found here.