ROUGHRIDERS INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM (IP)

RRHC offers an Instructional Program (IP), which consist of 6-8 weeks of Instructional Program hockey that will skate once per week.

The practice will occur once per week (as ice availability allows) with Hockey Director, Dustin Timm, leading the development of the players supplemented by willing volunteer coaches!

This is a USA Hockey sanctioned program, and all volunteer coaches must go through appropriate registration and certification. Practices will consist of FUNdementals such as skating, pucks skills, and a healthy dose of small area games that incorporate hockey concepts.

RoughRiders Youth Hockey League (RYHL)

Our goal is to have provide a home for every player regardless of age and ability. Hockey provides an opportunity for our future leaders to learn life-long skills and we as an organization thrive on our opportunity to create good people and players. 

ANNOUNCEMENT: Try Hockey for Free November 6, 2021!

RoughRiders Instructional Program (IP) & RoughRiders Youth Hockey League (RYHL)

 

USA Hockey & Affiliation

All players must have a current 2021-2022 USA Hockey confirmation number and must not be currently rostered with any USAH affiliated teams. There is a fee for the USA Hockey Insurance.

Register with USAH today! (Insurance provider)

Need Gear? Don’t Worry We Have You Covered

RRHC has a robust gear rental program that provides you and your player to get outfitted with gear for the low cost of FREE! The only stipulation is that when your player has outgrown or moves on that the gear is returned to RRHC!

Rental Gear Request Form

Instructional Program (IP)

Practices will consist of FUNdementals such as skating, pucks skills, and a healthy dose of small area games that incorporate hockey concepts.

RoughRiders Hockey Club Cedar Rapids is proud to announce the next session of the 8U -14U Instructional Program for October-December! Registration is limited to the first 50 8U-14U  players.

Here are recent comments about our Instructional Program (IP) from the parents of two of our players:

IP (All Birth Years)

Dates & Times:
Wednesday, October 27 @ 5:15pm
Wednesday, November 3 @ 5:15pm
Wednesday, November 10 @ 5:15pm
Wednesday, November 17 @ 5:15pm
Wednesday, December 1 @ 5:15pm
Wednesday, December 15 @ 5:15pm
Price: FREE for all non-travel registered players!

 

RoughRiders Youth Hockey League (RYHL)

RYHL will consist of 3v3 or 4v4 cross ice games with goalies for the October thru December session.

RYHL 10U+ (Birth Years 2012 and Older)

RYHL 8U (Birth Years 2013 and Younger)

Dates and Times:Dates and Times:
Monday, October 25 @ 5:15pm
Monday, November 1 @ 5:15pm
Monday, November 8 @ 5:15pm
Monday, November 15 @ 5:15pm
Monday, November 29 @ 5:15pm
Monday, December 6 @ 5:15pm
Monday, December 13 @ 5:15pm
Saturday, October 23 @ 7:45am
Saturday, October 30 @ 7:45am
Saturday, December 4 @ 7:45am
Saturday, December 18 @ 7:45am
Price: $84 for non-travel player, $70 for travel player, $13 per drop inPrice: $48 for non-travel player, $40 for travel player, $13 per drop in

 

IP & RYHL Schedule

Extremely important that once registered for session to subscribe to calendar:

“Cedar Rapids IP is the reason why our kids have made vast improvements in the game. The skill based work is so appreciated by our kids and our family. Dustin and his group are doing great things to develop well rounded hockey players. The IP program is some of the best group skill sessions my kids have ever attended and they have been to a lot!”

-Travel Hockey Family

“Having the option of playing and paying 2 months at a time for the IP is super beneficial for our household as we cannot always commit or participate in a full season. The cost also is very effective for what they are getting out of the program. Coaching is top notch. While there are some parent coaches, coaches have a clear knowledge of the game and are there for all kids. The ADM station model is fantastic because as a family we are more worried about our children improving their skills than scrimmaging for multiple practices in a row. Also, having coaches wear the same warm-up is a game-changer. It just makes the whole program as a whole look that much more professional.“

-8U Family