Never Ever League

The Never Ever League is for the person who has never ever played hockey before. The true beginner. It combines off ice instruction with on ice skills sessions, and even instructional game time.

The perfect place for you to start playing ice hockey. Whether you can ice skate or not!

Details

Summer 2016 Session 10 Week On Ice Skills
• 10 Week Season, But just on ice skills for the summer.
• June 6th - August 15th
Fall 2016 Session Full Program In Progress
• September 12th - November 14th (or 28th if we take Halloween & Thanksgiving off, TBD)
Winter 2017 Session Full Program
• Includes customized jersey and socks for new players
• 10 Week Season
• Played on Monday nights
• 30 minute Chalk talk - 8:00pm
• 60 minute on ice skills & instructional game - 8:30pm
• January 16th - March 20th

Registration
: $225
Registration fee including full equipment package: $550
(includes: skates, helmet w/cage, pants, shin guards, elbow pads, shoulder pads, gloves, stick and a bag. All yours to keep, all you need to buy for yourself is a hockey jock)
Registration fee including full equipment package: $550 - REGISTRATION WITH EQUIPMENT IS CLOSED - NOT ENOUGH TIME TO GET THE GEAR
(includes: skates, helmet w/cage, pants, shin guards, elbow pads, shoulder pads, gloves, stick and a bag. All yours to keep, all you need to buy for yourself is a hockey jock)

REGISTRATION CLOSED - FULL

Program Emphasis
1 – Stopping, Striding, Warm-Up exercises – SKATES & EQUIPMENT
2 – Edges, Balance
3 – Backward skating & Turns
4 – Puck Control – STICKS
5 – Stickhandling, Passing
6 – Positioning
7 – Role of the Defensemen
8 – Role of the Forward
9 – Game Strategy
10 — The Kinslow Cup

Check out the Louisville Paper article on the Never Ever League
All players need to have a current USA Hockey #, available from http://usahockey.com

• New & Returning players - Register online by completing the online form.

• Once you have submitted your registration, click the "Pay now" link and complete your payment online.

Note: If you are returning to your old team you will be placed on your team, unless space is not available or you need to be moved to provide better competitiveness for that team.

Why is it called the Kinslow Cup?

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After 10 weeks of learning how to skate and play hockey, you will play in the Kinslow Cup. It will be your first real hockey game and the winner will get to celebrate by hoisting the Kinslow Cup in the air and skating around the rink as if it was the real Stanley Cup.

The Kinslow Cup is named after Chuck Kinslow. Chuck passed away in August of 2010 at the age of 47. Not only was Chuck an avid skater who loved the game, he was an incredibly nice guy. Chuck started playing hockey as a sophomore in high school and continued to play club hockey for a few more years before his other passion of flying took over. He then picked up hockey again at the age of 40 and joined the Never Evers. Anyone who skated with him either as a fellow teammate or a student of his coaching, loved playing the game with him. His love for the game was obvious when you saw him on the ice. His Wife, Shelley says that Chuck was not a natural athlete but if you put something other than shoes on his feet, he did great. Not only was Chuck a great hockey player, he was a wonderful family man, friend and pilot. He passed down his passion for flying and skating to his son, Ian. In honor of his Dad, every year Ian presents the winning Never Ever team with the Kinslow Cup. The CK 7 patch on your jersey is a reminder that we will never forget Chuck Kinslow and his contribution to the hockey program here in Louisville.