Bowie Hockey Club (established in 1971) has been providing quality hockey instruction for nearly 50 years. The club provides a wide range of programs, from instructional hockey for the very beginner to competitive travel teams.
Our recreational teams compete in the CCHL and travel teams play in the the CBHL. The club also runs a spring hockey program to keep skills sharp for tryouts.
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Bowie Hockey Club SUMMER Instructional/Learn to Play
**SUMMER INSTRUCTIONAL/LEARN TO PLAY ICE HOCKEY**
Bowie Hockey Club's SUMMER Future Bowie Bruin/Instructional/Learn to Play program is designed primarily for players who want to start playing ice hockey. Players aged 4-18 are welcome. Please keep in mind that players aged 4-6 should have some basic skating instruction before participating. Our program emphasizes hockey skating skills and stick handling with an introduction to the game of ice hockey in the latter part of the program. The sessions are 60 minutes and held at the Bowie Ice Arena.
The first session of Instructional hockey is FREE for rookies (be sure to select the 'Rookie' option during the registration). The fee is $160 for 8 sessions. Space is limited. USA Hockey registration is required of all skaters.
Begins, Sunday, July 10, 10:30AM-11:30AM and runs for 8 Sessions at the Bowie Ice Arena.
Sunday, July 17, 10:30AM-11:30AM
Sunday, July 24, 10:30AM-11:30AM
Sunday, July 31, 10:30AM-11:30AM
Sunday, August 7, 10:30AM-11:30AM
Sunday, August 14, 10:30AM-11:30AM
Sunday, August 21, 10:30AM-11:30AM
Sunday, August 28, 10:30AM-11:30AM
Required Equipment: Skates, hockey helmet with face cage, hockey gloves, hockey stick, hockey pants, shoulder pads, elbow pads and shin guards.
We can loan you the equipment, contact email@example.com.
For more information, please contact Lori Jones, firstname.lastname@example.org, 410-370-4521 or Coach Bill Schmidt, email@example.com, 301-440-3478.
These camps fill up fast so if you are interested, register now. Special Bowie Hockey Club discounted rate.
All Camps at the Bowie Ice Arena
July 25 – July 29: Goal Scoring Skills
August 8 – August 12: Offensive and Defensive Skills
August 15 – August 19: Preseason Competition/Conditioning
The Summer Camps are built to create a fun and rewarding atmosphere while instilling a strong work ethic and love for the game in each of the players. Returning this year is a weekly focus on the skills and tactics necessary to have a successful season. Each week builds on the week previous so join us for as many as you can!
-3 Hours On-Ice Each Day
-Professional Skating and Skill Instruction
-Report Card at End of Week
-Friday Skills Competition featuring Fastest Skater, Hardest Shot, Agility Puck Handling, and an Obstacle Course
-Daily Video Updates to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
-Street Hockey, Hockey Specific Workouts, and Video Review
USA Hockey is committed to creating a safe and fair environment for all participants. Respect for the game, the opponents, coaches and officials are a critical part of the environment that is created. This Zero Tolerance Policy summarizes required actions to be taken when violations occur.
All players, coaches, officials, team officials and administrators and parents/spectators are required to maintain a sportsmanlike and educational atmosphere before, during and after all USA Hockey sanctioned games. Thus, the following points of emphasis must be implemented by all USA Hockey participants and spectators.
A minor penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct (zero tolerance) shall be assessed whenever a player:
1) Openly disputes or argues any decision by an official.
2) Taunts or incites an opponent.
3) Visually creates a disturbance during the game.
Any time that a player persists in any of these actions, they shall be assessed a misconduct penalty. A game misconduct shall result if the player continues such action.
A minor penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct (zero tolerance) shall be assessed whenever a coach:
1) Openly disputes or argues any decision by an official.
2) Uses obscene, profane, or abusive language to anyone at any time.
3) Visually displays any sign of dissatisfaction with an official’s decision including standing on the boards or standing in the bench doorway with the intent of inciting the officials, players, or spectators.
Any time that a coach persists in any of these actions, they shall be assessed a game misconduct penalty.
In addition, any player/coach who uses language that is hateful or discriminatory in nature anywhere in the rink before, during or after the game shall be penalized under Rule 601(e.3) resulting in a match penalty. Such behavior is reprehensible and has absolutely no place in our game. The offender shall be immediately suspended until a hearing is conducted by the governing USA Hockey Affiliate or Junior League.
Officials are required to conduct themselves in a businesslike, sportsmanlike, impartial and constructive manner at all times. The actions of an official must be above reproach. Actions such as “baiting” or inciting players or coaches are strictly prohibited.
Officials are strongly encouraged to introduce themselves to the coaches prior to the game to establish a basis of mutual respect and to facilitate/define in-game communication.
Officials are ambassadors of the game and must always conduct themselves with this responsibility in mind.
Parents are expected to be a positive role model by treating all players, coaches, officials and fellow spectators with respect and support.
The game will be stopped by game officials when parents/ spectators displaying inappropriate and disruptive behavior interfere with other spectators or the game. The game officials will identify violators to the coaches for the purpose of removing parents/ spectators from the spectator’s viewing and game area. Once removed, play will resume. Lost time will not be replaced, and violators may be subject to further disciplinary action by the local governing body. This inappropriate and disruptive behavior shall include:
1) Use of obscene, profane, or abusive language to anyone at any time.
2) Taunting of players, coaches, officials or other spectators by means of baiting, ridiculing, threat of physical violence or physical violence.
3) Throwing of any object in the spectators viewing area, players bench, penalty box or on ice surface, directed in any manner as to create a safety hazard.
USA Hockey strongly recommends that each local youth hockey registered team designate a volunteer to serve as a parent/spectator monitor during all team games. This monitor will, ideally, address inappropriate spectator behavior prior to the situation escalating to the point it has an impact on the game. This designated monitor shall have the full support of the youth hockey association and the arena management to remove any spectator in violation of the Zero Tolerance Policy.
Administrators are the key to building a positive, growing, and safe USA Hockey community. Create a culture that is:
Administrators are responsible for enforcing the rules and policies established and approved by USA Hockey, their Affiliate, and their Association or Club. This includes taking disciplinary action, as deemed appropriate, towards any parent/spectator removed from a game as a result of a violation of the Zero Tolerance Policy.
Potomac Valley Amateur Hockey Association (PVAHA) released protocols and guidance regarding violation of USAH's rule 601(e)3-use of language that is offensive, hateful or discriminatory in nature.
These protocols outline the procedures officials must follow if they see, hear, or if it is reported that hateful or discriminatory actions have occurred before, during or after a youth hockey game. This protocol applies to all games sanctioned by PVAHA, which includes all CBHL and CCHL games.