Billerica Hockey Association(BHA) is a non-profit youth hockey association open to all Billerica youths eighteen (18) and under.BHA is organized to provide youths with a recreational amateur hockey development program implemented through skill develop

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Welcome to Billerica Hockey Association's home on the Web. Here, you are able to get news, information, schedules, game results, directions and much much more. BHA has many hockey programs along with figure skating. Let us know what you think or any suggestions you may have. Check back frequently for new items and the latest information about BHA.

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Learn to Skate/Play Hockey 2017
08/01/2017
Now accepting registrations for our Learn to skate/play hockey program!   Cost...
Payments
07/30/2017
Payments can be made online by logging into your account or...
Billerica Hockey Association welcomes Bertagna Goaltending
08/15/2016
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Learn to Skate/Play Hockey 2017

Now accepting registrations for our Learn to skate/play hockey program!

 

Cost $300.00

 

The program offers 2 weekly 50 minute sessions held on Saturday's at 10:30 A.M. and Sunday's at 12:50 P.M.  The program runs 23 weeks and begins on Saturday, September 30, 2017 and runs through March 13, 2017.

 

Find the Registration link on our BHA Program Information Page!

 

For more information please email us at Billericahockey@outlook.com

 


by posted 08/01/2017
Payments

Payments can be made online by logging into your account or by check.  

Make checks payable to Billerica Hockey Association and mail to:

Billerica Hockey Association

PO Box 347

Billerica, MA 01821


by posted 07/30/2017
Billerica Hockey Association welcomes Bertagna Goaltending

 

 

About Joe Bertagna

 

Widely considered one of the most influential goalie coaches in North America, Joe Bertagna celebrates 43 years of coaching in 2016.

  Joe began directing summer goalie schools in 1974 and continues this summer at seven different rinks.

He is also active in-season with small-group instruction, holiday clinics, and providing services for various youth programs in New England.

His writings and DVDs have helped thousands of goalies and their families.

The Boston Bruins’ goalie coach for seven seasons, Joe also served in that capacity with Team USA in the 1991 Canada Cup

and 1994 Olympic Games in Norway.

The first head coach of Harvard University’s women’s ice hockey program, Joe is also involved with hockey clinics aimed at adult women players.

His spring clinic for adult women takes place at The Edge in Bedford for ten Monday nights beginning April 18.

Joe has served amateur hockey in a number of roles,

most notably in his regular jobs as the Commissioner of the Hockey East men’s and women’s Division I college hockey conferences and as the Executive Director of the American Hockey Coaches Association. Joe represents college hockey on USA Hockey’s Board of Directors.

With so many choices .... why Joe?

  • 43 years directing summer schools
  • Experience from the NHL to youth hockey
  • A staff made up of teachers who have played the game and collegians and professionals who are still playing the game
  • An emphasis on teaching what it means to "know how to play goal;" not just a repetition of mechanics
  • A school that hasn't forgotten that playing games should be fun
  • A place for the beginner and the veteran with instruction molded to where you are right now
  • A curriculum that covers mental and physical skills, strategies, and how "the person" affects the "the goalie"

 

            

 

 

 

Joe Bertagna believes in emphasizing the mental aspects of playing goal, while covering all fundamentals on the ice as well. While the game has changed over the years, the importance of positioning and rebound control remain the building blocks of the position. Goalies will receive age appropriate instruction from New England’s best staff.

“Positioning and anticipating are the keys to good goaltending. Knowing ‘how to play goal’ is as important as physical skills.

“We embrace the observations of the great Jacques Plante, who said, ‘Goaltending is 50% talent, 25% positioning, and 25% concentration.’”

 

by posted 08/15/2016
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