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View current Youth Hockey programs through our partnership with Foundations Hockey




For more than 50 years, the mission of the non-profit Baltimore Youth Hockey Club has been to teach the youth of our community the sport of ice hockey and to develop team play and individual ice hockey skills through clinics and programs of ice hockey competition emphasizing sportsmanship, cooperation, self-discipline, self-confidence, individual responsibility and respect for others, while providing a great ice hockey experience. It’s the stated goal of our club to offer this hockey experience on several levels: Solid AA, A and B-level travel hockey, an always-solid rec-hockey program, plus an all girls hockey program and the Patterson Park Stars community service program.  For 16 years, the Patterson Park Stars have provided an ice hockey experience for dozens of less fortunate and at-risk boys and girls from Baltimore City. The Patterson Park Stars is a 16-week program of ice hockey instruction and team building for boys and girls, ages 6-14, in a safe, stable and fun environment.   The all girls program, formerly the Rapids, offers girls the opportunity to play with and on all-girl teams.  The program has been around for 10+ years teaching girls the fundamentals of hockey. For more information about our programs please visit our site at



JV Ice Hockey

Consists of freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. The team competes in the MIAA, as well as the MAPHL. Both leagues are extremely competitive and consists of some of the best players in the state of Maryland. The emphasis for the JV team is skill development and the preparation of players for the varsity level. 

Varsity Ice Hockey

Varsity Ice Hockey continues to experience success and growth over the last few years having won an MAPHL title and making an appearance in the MIAA finals. The primary focus of the program is player development in all facets of the game with an emphasis on improving all of the hockey skills. The team is primarily comprised of upperclassmen who are committed to the team and hard work. The team plays in the MIAA 'B' Conference.

For more information and Game schedules visit the Loyola Blakefield Hockey website.



Baltimore Area Special Hockey, Inc. offers an ice hockey program for both children and adults with a traumatic brain injury or intellectual disability such as Autism and Down Syndrome. The program provides participants the opportunity to play ice hockey in an environment adapted to each of their ability. Special Hockey is not only recreational but therapeutic. It emphasizes social interaction, self reliance, concentration and willingness to adapt to new experiences with a sense of accomplishment and pride.

This program will be a six-month program running from October through March. Anyone with an intellectual disability 5 years of age and older, male or female, is welcome to participate. Go to Baltimore Saints website for more information.


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