Welcome back, and to those who are new to our club, welcome to the Ironbound family! We are extremely excited to continue on our successes as an organization as we head into the 2020-21 season. We hope that everyone has remained healthy and safe during this unprecedented health crisis. During this time it’s been great to see our players join Zoom skills and workout calls and share their training on social media.

With rinks preparing to open, we are ramping up Ironbound’s return-to-play plan and are looking forward to the start of the season! As many of our players have not been on the ice for several months, we will begin conditioning our athletes in August. Below you will find an outline of what to expect over the next few months.



  • Contracts will be emailed and should be returned by 6:00pm on June 22
  • A $950 deposit, made by credit card, is required.
  • You’ll need your 2020-22 USA Hockey number – https://membership.usahockey.com


  • Uniform orders should be placed with Breakaway Hockey. The deadline for all players is June 22nd. The link to order uniforms and apparel is here: https://www.ironboundhockey.com/teams/uniforms-apparel
  • White Helmets / Navy Gloves / White Laces are required for all Ironbound athletes.


July 17 – 19 – Beantown, Marlborough, MA

  • Age groups: 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006 (12U, 14U)
  • If you are unable to attend, please let your head coach know.
  • Registration link and hotel booking information to follow.


August 4 – 6 – Beantown, Marlborough, MA

  • Age groups: 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002 (16U, 17U, 19U)
  • If you are unable to attend, please let your head coach know.
  • Registration link and hotel booking information to follow.

16U & 19U Premier teams will have events scheduled with their coaching staff. Teams will be updated about their weekly schedule.

August 2 – 30 – Training Starts
All sessions are held at RWJ Barnabas Health Hockey House. Check the website for any changes and updates.


September 4 – NGHL Exposure Camp, Simsbury, CT

September 5 – 7  NGHL Labor Day Face-Off Showcase, CT

  • Hotel information to follow



Ironbound requests that at least 1 family member have SafeSport training so they help with the supervision tasks that USA Hockey requires – locker room supervision, team communications, and other activities. USA Hockey is constantly evolving their systems to protect its participants from physical abuse, sexual abuse, and other types of abuse and misconduct that can be harmful to youth hockey players and other participants. Now is the perfect time to get this done. 

Players who turn 18 during the hockey season must complete SafeSport training before the season starts. 


See you at the rink!
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