Red, White and Blue Hockey is a program which promotes the integration of cross-ice practices and games into youth hockey – we can raise the level of creativity among players, increase player participation, and create a positive environment for kids to play, love and excel.
There are four main tenets to Red, White and Blue Hockey.
More Puck Time
Smaller spaces mean more opportunity for a player to touch the puck - and ultimately improve their game.
By shrinking the ice down to their level, kids can get more involved and learn skills quicker and easier.
Because multiple teams share the ice, parents save on ice time costs.
A smaller ice surface makes players of all skill levels think and act quicker, resulting in more frequent battles for the puck.
Red, White & Blue Hockey Video
Introduction to how the Red, White & Blue Hockey program helps young players.
Full-size boards for Cross-Ice Hockey Video
Short Video on the benefis of having the full-size boards for use in cross-ice games.
Red, White & Blue Hockey Resources
Red, White & Blue Hockey Brochure
Red, White & Blue six and under practice plans
Red, White & Blue eight and under practice plans
MAHA Mite Hockey Handbook New July 16, 2011
MAHA Learn to Skate & Learn to Play Video
On Overview of the successful program run by Plymouth Hockey Association that was a forerunner to the ADM program and used many of the same principals. Narrated by Ron Hayes, Michigan Skill Development Coordinator.