On this page you can pre-register your child online and find information about the registration/equipment handout process.
If you have any questions, you can reach out to email@example.com.
2018 HNJ Montclair Spring Season Starts Tuesday, 3/13
Montclair Residents: 2018 HNJ Montclair Spring Registrations
Equipment will be available for children prior to their first session on Tuesday 3/13, so our recommendation is to arrive 1 hour early to pick up their gear!
Clary Anderson Arena
41 Chestnut St
Montclair, NJ 07042
You can also register in-person on these dates at Clary Anderson Arena:
|Tuesdays||Age Group||Birth Years|
|5:30pm - 6:30pm||u10||2007's - 2011's|
|6:45pm - 7:45pm||u14/u18||2000's - 2006's|
|Saturdays||Age Group||Birth Years|
|9:00am - 10:00am||All Ages||All Ages|
REGISTRATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR THE 2017 - 18 HNJ ENGLEWOOD SEASON
To receive information for the 2018 - 19 season when it becomes available, please fill out this form: 2018-19 HNJ Englewood Information Request
REGISTRATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR THE 2017 - 18 HNJ JERSEY CITY SEASON
To receive information for the 2018 - 19 season when it becomes available, please fill out this form: 2018 - 19 HNJ Jersey City Information Request
What ages can participate in HNJ?
Ages 6 - 18.
Is this available for girls?
Yes, we have a full girls program.
Do you need to know how to skate?
No experience is necessary! HNJ teaches players the basics of skating, stickhandling, and shooting.
What is required to participate?
First, you will need to pre-register online or register in person. At the equipment handout, you will need to show proof of address and provide a copy of your child's most recent report card.
Do you need to supply your own equipment?
HNJ provides equipment, free of cost. However, if you would like to purchase your own equipment, you can do so as well.
What are the levels of programming?
Learn To Play Clinics: All players will go through Learn to Play clinics to learn the basic fundamentals of hockey: skating, stickhandling, and shooting.
Cross-Ice Games: Players will graduate from Learn to Play clinics to cross-ice games, gaining experience in small area games. Participants will also continue practicing once a week.
HNJ House League: Middle School players and older will participate in HNJ’s House League. Participants will be drafted into teams, where they will play weekly full-ice games. At the end of the season, teams will compete for the Hockey In New Jersey Cup in their respective city.
Semi-Travel Teams: Advanced participants will be asked to play on the HNJ Semi-Travel teams. Those teams will feature advanced skill development practices and training along with games against teams locally, and across the Northeast United States. Semi-Travel teams last season played teams from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C.
Life Skills Classes: Participants will take part in classes in the following subject matters - Nutrition, Sport Injury Prevention, Off-Ice training and conditioning, and Sport Psychology.
Summer Camp: During the summer months, HNJ runs a one week camp at the Barnabas Health Hockey House at Prudential Center in Newark. This camp is free for all Hockey in New Jersey participants. Camp participants are on the ice daily, but also go through off-ice sessions to enhance life skills and hockey development.
Who makes up the Semi-Travel teams?
Players who comprise our Semi-Travel teams come from all locations and have :
How can I register?
The first step of the process is registering your child/children. There are two options available:
How long does the Equipment Registration last?
Hockey in New Jersey schedules Registration/Equipment Handouts to outfit participants in hockey gear from head to toe. This process typically takes between 30-45 minutes per player. By registering online prior to the Registration/Equipment Handout, this allows your child/children to get outfitted quicker.