Quincy Youth Hockey



Tryout Info

Please register as normal, the initial payment is $100 and this will cover tryout fees.


When registering choose "Payment Plan"


Your card will not be charged the full tuition after July 12th if your not selected or if you decide to play for another group.


If you are still registered on July 12th your card will be charged the monthly payment of $350


Initial registration fee of $100 is NOT refundable


Registration fees are refundable up to month end. For example if you are registered the first payment will be deducted July 12th. You have up until July 30th to request a refund, once the month ends the fees are non-refundable. We have this approach because our costs are fixed month/month and we incur costs based on the number of kids registered.


The insurance offering on the registration site is not sponsored by QYH. I cannot remove this offer. The company who provides web services contracts with the insurance agency directly.  If you choose the insurance option QYH has no affiliation or responsibility in this regard.


Any questions please contact Presidentqyh@gmail.com



This registration is for the National Bound Program. The program is managed by Doug Nolan with oversight by Jay Ronan, Director of QYH.



The teams registered in the program will play in the Premier Hockey League of New England. Players are expected to travel throughout the New England states. In addition some teams may qualify for National Playoffs, which take place in April of the following year.



Please make sure you understand that this is a competitive program, Coaches choose who is on the roster and playing time is not necessarily distributed equally. The Coaches have the ability to determine how much playing time to grant each member of the team.



If you're looking to register for Quincy Youth Hockey Travel programs please contact Jay.



If you are looking to register for National Bound teams please continue on to the next page. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Jay using the button below.

Jay Ronan