Northern Berkshire Youth Hockey is excited to let you know that our 2020-2021 season will start on November 16.
Sign-ups are open for our travel teams and Learn to Play (LTP) program. It is important to sign up early so we can understand the number of players we will have at all levels. We have updated the cost for the season in the new registration.
If you have signed up using the previous registration, you are all set and someone will reach out to you about an adjustment to your cost. If you completed the commitment to play, we thank you for letting us know you want to play; however to be added to a roster you must now complete the registration.
Below are important details:
There will be changes due to COVID-19, and our plan for how this season will be run to make sure it is a fun and safe season can be found on the homepage of the NBYHL site. Please contact us if you have any questions about registration or the steps we will be taking to have a fun and safe season.
NBYHL has begun the work of planning for next year. We will be working within the guidelines provided to us by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, City of North Adams, MA Hockey, and USA Hockey. As we move through the phased reopening of the state we will understand more about what the return to hockey for our NBYHL players will look like.
Our goal is to have a fun and safe hockey season. As we know more we will email members and post to social media.
Since 1969 Northern Berkshire Youth Hockey (NBYHL) has been a league that has promoted and developed the game of hockey among the youth of Northern Berkshire County, Massachusetts, and Southern Vermont. Our league has travel teams (Black Bears) for boys and girls from age 6 through high school. We also boast a recreational house program (Bear Cubs) for ages 4-12, including a session that teaches children how to skate.
The purpose of the league is to provide the best available instruction in order to teach the game of hockey, stress the importance of physical fitness, and provide the core values of USA Hockey: sportsmanship; respect for the individual; integrity; pursuit of excellence as an individual, team, and organization; enjoyment; loyalty; and teamwork.