Playoff games are posted for 10U, 12U, and 14/16U!
You can view your bracket on your age division home page.
You can also change the season to the playoff season on the website in the upper right of your division page or team page. Click the black season dropdown box to switch between the regular season and the playoff season.
The 12U scrimmage and consolation games are posted on your regular season game schedule page, not on the playoff page.
Be sure your game scores are finalized. Games are automatically updated once scores are entered.
Registration begins in February.
The season begins in April.
Priority registration for returning RHL F/W 2019-20 players: February 9 - February 23
Registration for returning eligible LTP players who have completed at least 2 sessions of LTP at MedStar: February 24 - March 11
Open registration: March 12
REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE HERE. Registration opens at 10am for each registration period.
See the flyer below for season fees, start dates, and additional details.
As a reminder, players "age up" in the Spring season. Your age division for Spring 2020 may be different than the Fall/Winter 2019-2020 season.
Registration is by age division/birthyear:
6U (Minimite) - Players born 2014 & 2015
8U (Mite) - Players born 2012 & 2013
10U (Squirt) - Players born 2010 & 2011
12U (Peewee) - Players born 2008 & 2009
14U/16U (Bantam/Midget) - Players born 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Players must register for their birthyear. No exceptions.
8U Mites will register as 2012 and 2013. All other divisions registrations are combined birthyears.
PLEASE NOTE: If you intend to tryout out for Spring Tournament Team, DO NOT register for RHL.
MedStar Capitals Iceplex will move to using the USA Hockey-preferred designations:
Minimite - 6U
Mite - 8U
Squirt - 10U
Peewee - 12U
Bantam - 14U
Midget - 16U
RHL Age Divisions for the Fall/Winter 2019-20 season:
Minimites 6U: 2013-2014
Mites 8U: 2011-2012
Squirts 10U: 2009-2010
Peewees 12U: 2007-2008
Bantam/Midgets 14U/16U: 2003-2006
ALL PLAYERS MUST REGISTER FOR THEIR BIRTH YEAR IN ACCORDANCE WITH USA HOCKEY RULES. NO EXCEPTIONS.
The Capitals Hockey Academy travel teams are for the players that are looking for a competitive travel experience for the 2020-2021 season.
We are pleased to announce the Capitals Hockey Academy travel team tryout dates for the upcoming 2020-2021 CBHL season. Capitals Hockey Academy travel teams will be heavily focused on skill development and raising the competition level of our youth players. Our primary goal is to build better hockey players in a positive environment that follows the guidelines of USA Hockey and the American Development Model.
Non-refundable Tryout Fee: $110.
Season fees to be announced at tryouts.
Tryout registration opens March 1st at 10am.
We invite all interested parents to attend an informational meeting prior to tryouts on Friday, April 24:
10U parents (2010-2011 birthyears) 5:30-6:30pm
12U parents (2008-2009 birthyears) 5:30-6:30pm
14U parents (2006-2007 birthyears) 6:40-7:20pm
16U parents (2004-2005 birtyears) 7:30-8:10pm
Players do not need attend this meeting.
Click on the flyer below for all tryout dates and times. Please plan to attend all tryout dates for your birthyear/division. We reserve the right to make roster reductions at any time. **Dates and times are subject to change**
Questions about eligibility or player readiness?
Contact BSurdam@MedStarCapitalsIceplex.com. Be sure to include the player's name and birthyear.
No Refunds are given for any MedStar Capitals Iceplex Hockey programs.
If your division fills, please join the waitlist.
The Skarupa Skills Hockey Camp will be led by Capitals Hockey Ambassador and Team USA Olympic Gold Medalist Haley Skarupa, with special guest coaches throughout the camp. The Skarupa Skills Hockey Camp is intended to enhance camper's hockey skills, game play, and off-ice knowledge.
Guest coaches throughout the week will include additional Team USA Olympic Gold Medalists, World Champions, and National Team players.
The Skarupa Skills Hockey Camp will focus on comprehensive on-ice and off-ice skill development concentrating on speed, agility, power, endurance, and flexibility. Each camp day will include on-ice drills and competition, off-ice conditioning, and off-ice educational seminars and Q&A's.
Participants should have strong ice hockey knowledge and have House Level, Travel Level, or Tier 1 experience for this camp.
Players and goalies welcome. Please use separate registrations.
July 6-10, 2020
This is a full day camp, 9am-5pm.
Registration opens at 10am on Tuesday, February 11.
Please be sure to join the waitlist if this camp fills.
For information on all summer hockey camps, click HERE.