The Tri County Saints are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality and affordable hockey in a positive environment from Learn-To-Skate through Midget for Mansfield, Easton, Norton, Foxboro, Taunton, Lakeville, Dighton, and surrounding town

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The Tri-County Saints Development Program for boys and girls aged 4 - 10 delivers sound, age-appropriate fundamental skill development in a safe, fun environment. Our goal is to help kick-start a lifelong love of hockey in our players and effectively teach the skills required for a successful transition from Learn to Skate / Learn to play to competition with Tri-County Saints South Shore Conference teams.

Following the USA Hockey Athlete Development Model (ADM), the TCS Development Program will deliver combination of drills and fun small area games designed to improve our players’ FUNdamental hockey skills including:

  • Skating
  • Stickhandling
  • Passing
  • Shooting
  • Hockey IQ

2022 / 2023 TCS Development Program features:

  • 2 practices per week focusing on skill development
  • 1 cross-ice or half-ice game per week
  • Use of QuickChange goalie gear for all players to experience the goalie position
  • USA Hockey certified coaches

Session 1: September - December  (15 weeks): $325

Session 2: January - April  (15 weeks): $325

Combined 'Full Season' registration for both sessions (30 weeks) - $600

sign up for the full season by August 1, 2022 to receive a $100 early registration discount!

Click here to register online

There are no tryouts. TCS Development Program is open to Boys and girls aged 4-12 who have completed a learn to skate program. All players are required to wear full protective hockey equipment, including mouth guard. We do not encourage full-time goalies at this level. All players are encouraged to wear positional protective equipment to facilitate the development of fundamental hockey skills. Opportunities to learn goalie-specific skills will be provided during each session using USA Hockey QuickChange goalie equipment.

Note: The Development Program replaced the House League program in 2017-18