To have FUN and to promote the growth and excitement of ice hockey in Dodge County and the surrounding communities including the school districts of Blooming Prairie, Byron, Hayfield, Kasson-Mantorville, Pine Island, and Triton (Dodge Center, Claremont, West Concord) by encouraging, developing and administering the sport. The Dodge County Youth Hockey Association endeavors to develop and prepare players and coaches to achieve optimum performance at all levels, providing essential information, quality instruction and a positive experience through participation in our programs.
Sign up now for Spring Learn to Skate.
May 7, May 14,
|6:30pm skaters will be split into 2 different groups|
Participants in need of skates will be provided with skate options on a first come, first serve basis. Parents are to provide a bike or hockey helmet & warm gloves for Learn to Skate!
This introductory program is intended for children new to skating who may be interested in trying hockey in the fall. If your child enjoys our learn to skate program this spring, keep an eye out for our fall learn to skate and hockey registration link coming out this summer.
This registration process will allow you to sign parent consent, complete participant contact information, and submit payment. Complete your secure, online registration today Payment of $20 is required online using your Visa, MasterCard or Discover card.
Open Positions for the 2023-2024 Hockey Season (please see attached document for descriptions):
Director Coaching Development
Mite Program Director
2023 10K Puck Challenge!!!!
STARTING MAY 1st!
Get your shots in to win.
Check out the article below from MN Hockey.
DCYH will draw 2 sticks this year. Each player hitting 10k shots will receive 1 entry into the drawing and get a 10K Puck Challenge shirt. For every 1,000 shots over, they will receive an additional entry.
Here are the instructions:
Dodge County Youth Hockey
PO Box 321
Kasson, MN 55944
We also have a drop box at the Dodge County Ice Arena in Kasson for payments and association documents.
To view past home games and mite practices streamed on YoutTube, see the links below: