Both Adult LTP 1 & 2 have been combined and will share the ice for the January-February series. Players will be split into either a beginner/intermediate half of the ice and LTP/C League level players will use the other half of the ice. Please indicate your playing level during registration.

Adult LTP 1 & 2 will be offered as separate classes for the March 2019 series.

Adult LTP 1 will emphasize on learning and improving hockey skills in a fun, challenging, and station based environment. Skills that players will focus on are: skating, stick handling, puck control, passing, and shooting.
Prerequisite: Must have previous skating experience or have passed Learn-to-Hockey-Skate 2 and be at least 18 years old. Additional skating lessons are recommended.


Adult LTP 2 will continue to build upon the fundamental skills that were developed in Adult LTP 1 but will move at a faster pace and include hockey concepts. Such hockey concepts will be odd and even-man attack situations, creating scoring opportunities, and defensive zone positioning. Each session will end with a 3v3 or 4v4 cross-ice game.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Adult LTP 1, participation in our LTP League, or a participant in our C League

January 22 - February 26
Tuesday Evenings, 9:40-10:50pm
No blackout dates during this series.
Registration is filled. We are no longer accepting registration or waitlist participants for this series.

Adult LTP 1 & 2 will split into two separate classes beginning in March.
Adult LTP 1 March 4 - April 8
Monday evenings, 9:40-10:50pm
Register HERE.

Adult LTP 2 March 5 - April 9
Tuesday evenings, 9:20-10:30pm
Registration begins February 4.
LTP 2 is FILLED. A  WAITLIST is available HERE.
Times may vary slightly throughout this March-April series.

All youth and adult hockey players at MedStar Capitals Iceplex must submit their USAHockey number when requested during registrations.
A 2018-19 USAHockey numbers is required. If you need to retrieve or purchase your number, visit

Full gear is required for all:

HECC Certified Helmet with full-face protection (cage or shield), shoulder pads, elbow pads, ice hockey gloves, ice hockey pants, ice hockey shin guards, mouth guard, protective cup, hockey skates, and hockey stick.


A Washington native, Ben began his hockey career locally playing for both the Montgomery Blue Devils and The Washington Little Capitals. He played Junior Hockey for the  Shelburne Wolves franchise Ontario Provincial Junior “A” All-Star, and team captain.  Ben went on to play for Lebanon Valley College (NCAA D3).  All-Star rookie his first year, all-star his second and third years, and all-conference his senior year were awarded him as he became the first defenseman in LVC’s history to score over 100 points. After  graduation he  played for the  SEHL(South East Hockey LEAGUE)  Cape Fear Fire Antz. Ben is an experienced hockey skills coach, with a talent for infecting youth hockey players with a passion for the game, and the knowledge to help them turn their passion into results.  Ben  is a USA hockey level 4 coach.