Welcome to the Lyndon Area Youth Hockey Association (LAYHA) player registration page!
Please review the information below about the sign-up process, critical dates, and this year's
There are two steps to the registration process:
FIRST: Obtain a player USA Hockey Number for the upcoming season.
SECOND: Complete the LAYHA Player Registration module. Sign-ups are all done online. New players will need to create a free member account with Sports Engine, the youth
Early Bird Registration: July 1 - August 10
Registration rates increase 5%: August 11 - October 15
Late sign-ups: Contact Registrar Stacy Andre at 707-206-1849 cell
The season is expected to start Monday, October 21, 2019 - Sign Up Now!!
Stacy Andre, Registrar
USA Hockey requires players to register every year with their organization.
Please click on the USA Hockey logo or the link below to register with USA Hockey and obtain your player registration number.
If you already have USA Hockey confirmation codes for your players, please continue to Step 2 - the LAYHA Registration Module and sign up for the 2019-20 season.
Click on LAYHA's Registration Link for additional information and to complete the process. Here you will select the team you are registering for, provide parent/guardian information, and make your payment arrangements.
If you are interested in the Learn to Skate Hockey Skills Program or the U8 Mini-Mite 2nd Half Season, please click on the Player Registration Link to register your player.
If you would like to request Late Registration, please contact the Layha Registrar, Stacy Andre, via email or 707-206-1849 cell.
There have been a couple changes this year in an effort to streamline our registrations and make it easier to understand your total financial obligation. LAYHA has combined the registration and fundraising fees that have been separate the past few seasons. This combined registration rate represents a 5% increase of the total financial commitment from last season due to increases in LAYHA's ice time costs, referee reimbursement and tournament fees. This is the first increase for LAYHA in several seasons.
LAYHA will continue to coordinate fundraising opportunities throughout the season in which families will have an opportunity to earn back some of their registration fees, just as in the past.
The organization is dependent upon the generosity of its participants to keep costs for everyone affordable and to maximize the players’ time on the ice. LAYHA's fundraising activities help subsidize hockey for everyone and in fact cover nearly 10 percent of LAYHA's annual budget.
Throughout the season LAYHA will organize and provide numerous fundraising activities like wreath sales, coupon promotions, and more that families can participate in to earn back some of the registration fees as well as provide further help to the organization.
Finally, LAYHA will continue to provide a multiplayer discount of $50 for every registered player after the first. This discount can only be obtained if you register all your players in the same registration session.
LAYHA is a registered non-profit organization. We are also hoping to obtain our 501
Early Registration: July 1 - August 10
Registration Rates Increase 5%: August 11 - October 15
Late Sign-Ups: Contact Registrar
Season Start Date: Monday, October 21 - Sign Up Now!
|2019-20 LAYHA Registration Rates||Payment Plan Due Dates - 10th of Month|
|Division||Birth Year||Early Bird Rates||Deposit||Aug||Sep||Oct||Nov||Dec|
|14U - Bantam||2005 - 2006||$665||$50||$123||$123||$123||$123||$123|
|12U - PeeWee||2007 - 2008||$640||$50||$118||$118||$118||$118||$118|
10U - Squirt
|2009 - 2010||$610||$50||$112||$112||$112||$112||$112|
- Travel Mite
|2011 - 2013||$430||$50||$76||$76||$76||$76||$76|
- House Mite
|2011 - 2013||$360||$50||$62||$62||$62||$62||$62|
8U - Mini Mite
- Full Season
|2014 and Younger||$290||$50||$48||$48||$48||$48||$48|
|8U - Mini Mites - Half Season||2014 and Younger||$145||$50||1st Session: $47.50||1st Session: $47.50||2nd Session: $47.50-Dec $47.50-Jan|
|Learn to Skate Hockey Skills Program*||All Ages||$50 Suggested Donation||-|
|* Learn to Skate Hockey Skills Program Not Eligible for Multi-Player Discount||Rev.||6/29/19|
The registration module is set up to accept Credit Card OR Checking/Savings Account Payments for either the Full Season or the Payment Plan.
The online system is LAYHA's preferred method of receiving payment.
There is an option within the registration module to pay offline. Please be aware, offline payment must be made in full AND payment must be received before October 15, 2019.
Please mail the payment to:
c/o Stacy Andre, Registrar
2957 Oneida Road
Danville, VT 05828
The Learn to Skate program will be held once per week through the middle of December. Players that wish to continue will have the opportunity to sign up, at a pro-rated cost, for the second half of the season with the age and skill-appropriate group.
For the other groups LAYHA strives to provide two practices per week (with occasional bonus ice sessions as available) and two games per weekend for the 10, 12 and 14U teams, and one - sometimes two games per weekend for the 8U Travel team. The 8U House team will have opportunities to play in several jamborees, typically in the latter half of the season.
LAYHA has adopted USA Hockey's recommended American Development Model (ADM) for its practices and games.
ADM encourages the best use of ice time by utilizing station-based practices to allow a large number of players to get lots of "puck touches." This also allows players of disparate skill levels to share the ice as players work their way through drills that are adapted to meet their level of play.
ADM calls for 8U games to be played in a cross ice format. This allows multiple games to occur at once and for more players to be involved at the same time. The smaller game area has been shown to improve development at the 8U level by increasing player interaction and opportunities to handle the puck and shoot.
10U and above teams play full-ice games with USA Hockey certified referees.
The 8U Travel and all the older teams will play in at least one tournament during the season. For the older teams this typically is the Vermont State championship tournament for the team's age and division.