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Introducing the Travel Development League


Attention all hockey players not currently on a travel team, including players that participated in the Outdoor Hockey League last year:

  Check out our new Travel Development League!  Sign up NOW!




Open to boys and girls ages 9-14 who do not play on another travel hockey team


Register NOW by clicking here!

Registration ends May 26th


* The Travel Development League (TDL) is a new and enhanced version of the Outdoor Hockey League.  

* GSC will have two teams based on age, 9-10 year olds and 11-14 year olds

* Two practices per week and games on Sundays against other teams in the WestConn Local Travel League

* Focus on skill development and fun competition

* Season begins in November and ends with a jamboree between all teams in February


See below for more details and full description:


GSC Travel Development League

This season GSC will be introducing the Travel Development League (TDL), an enhanced Outdoor Hockey League.  GSC will have TDL teams at Squirt and Peewee levels play in the newly formed WestConn local travel league. TDL teams will play home games at GSC and travel games locally at Darien, Stamford, Rye and Shelton.  Purpose is to focus on skill development and fun competition with other area hockey clubs.  The season will begin in November when GSC opens and complete in February with a season ending Jamboree.


Travel Development League teams will practice 2 times per week, one weekday and one Saturday consistent slot.  Practices will be skill focused, station based, USA Hockey Development modeled.  Teams will have dedicated coaches and guest coaches from GSC travel teams.


Each Travel Development League team will play one game each weekend, with the opportunity to add additional games as the season progresses.  Each team will have a minimum of 12 games.  Teams will alternate home and away games each weekend.  Home games will be Sunday evenings at GSC.  Teams will be provided GSC jerseys and socks.  Game play is monitored by WestConn board members to ensure good matchups and fair play.

Our goal is to provide a way for players to develop skills and experience local competition without the restrictions of a full Connecticut Hockey Conference schedule.  This will allow GSC to focus on the needs of the players not the league.  Travel Development League will prepare players to make the transition to full travel and continue the joy of playing hockey with friends at GSC.  Travel Development League is also a great alternative for players who cannot commit to a full travel season due to other activities.


WestConn League statement of purpose:

The WestConn League provides an enhanced, local hockey experience for all its participants. Its purpose is to provide an atmosphere where players can learn about hockey and develop skills in an environment centered on sportsmanship, fair play and fun.

We believe in the benefits of bonding with teammates and competitors, of developing relationships and camaraderie with families in our communities. Players will have a place to grow, gain confidence, learn skills and nurture relationships, free from the shenanigans associated with out of control programs. We believe “it takes a village to raise a child” These are our values. We hope that all the players and families create lasting friendships and memories.

by posted 05/02/2017
GSC Member Rules Reminder







We strongly urge every parent to read these rules to the entire family:

1. General Skate - Fast skating, tag, sliding on the ice, sitting on the rail, and other things that could be dangerous are not permitted at any time.  No hockey sticks are allowed on the ice during general and figure skating sessions.

2. Guests – Club members are welcome to bring guests to General Skate sessions.  Guests must be reported to the snack bar and members account will be charged $10.00.  Guests are welcome for some Club social events.  Details for guests will be provided for each social event at the time of the event.

3. Head Protection - Hockey players must wear helmets and face protection for all hockey programs and sessions. Children ages 10 and under are strongly encouraged to wear helmets during General Skating Sessions and helmets are required for all Learn to Skate Programs.  We strongly recommend some form of head protection for skaters of all ages to reduce the possibility of serious head injury.  

4. Club House - Skates must be removed before going to the second floor.  Hockey sticks must be placed in stick holders at locker rooms.  No roughhousing, manhunt or tag is allowed in the clubhouse.  Playing hockey in the building is NOT allowed.

5. Children - Children ages 12 and under must not be left unattended when not participating in a Club program. Children left unattended will be asked to contact their parents for pickup. 

6. Pets – Pets are welcome outside at the club.  All pets must be on a leash.  Pets are not permitted in the building.  Service animals are welcome throughout the building.

7. Figure Skating Professionals - The Club has hired figure skating -professionals for the skating season.  Therefore, members may not bring any outside professionals to teach at the Club.  Any exception must be approved by the Figure Skating Committee.

8. Ice Hockey Professionals - The Club has hired ice hockey professionals for the hockey season.  Therefore, members may not bring any outside professionals to teach at the Club.  

9. Keep Our Club Clean - Members are expected to clean up after themselves.  Trash and recycling containers have been provided, PLEASE RECYCLE.  Spills should be cleaned up or reported to a staff member.  No food or drink is allowed on the ice at any time.

10. Respect Fellow Club Members – All members, both adult and children should be respectful of other members and staff.  No foul language or bullying will be accepted.  Taking or “borrowing” of equipment that does not belong to you, without permission of the equipment’s owner, is not allowed.  

by posted 01/21/2017

The Greenwich Skating Club is happy to introduce all members to our new video streaming service, LiveBarn.com! By now you have noticed the monitors on the first and second floor of the clubhouse. Well now you can watch from home, on the road or on the go!

What is LiveBarn?

One email address per household will receive a promo code to activate your free LiveBarn standard membership. Your membership will be valid through February 28th, 2017 and will give you access to every LiveBarn location. In order to become a member, go to https://www.livebarn.com/preregister and follow the steps to signing up, entering the promo code when prompted.

If you’d like to share LiveBarn with other family members and friends, please have them use the GSC specific promo code f8fa-38da for 10% off the standard membership price.

Please contact   if you have any questions.

Hope you enjoy LiveBarn.com!

The LiveBarn Team & GSC!

by posted 11/28/2016