King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey is a non-profit USA Hockey-registered community hockey organization for boys and girls from Norfolk, Plainville, Walpole and Wrentham, with a tradition dating back more than 40 years.

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Welcome to the Registration Page for KPW Youth Hockey. 

King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey

Registration for tryouts for KPWYH's 2022-23 season is now open. All players must register before they will be placed on a team.  

If you have any questions on the online registration process please contact . If you have any other questions regarding the upcoming season please ask your division director. Your division director's contact info is listed on the Contact page found on the left hand menu.

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2022 - 2023 8U Mite Development Program Registration

8U Mite Development Program (2014-2017 birth years; no tryout required)

MDP is first step for developing hockey players who have typically completed an instructional hockey program.  Its meant for players not quite ready to compete on U8 travel teams. KThere are no tryouts and we start practicing in late Oct. Players will be evaluated during October practices and then divided into balanced teams before games begins in November . These teams will compete in our in-house half-ice league Saturday afternoons at Norfolk Arena, which also includes teams from surrounding programs.



Opened: 03/25/2022

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 01/01/2013 and 12/31/2017

2022 - 2023 Instructional Registration

Instructional Hockey Program (players born between 2002–2017; no tryout required)


The KPW instructional hockey program has been introducing new players to the sport for more than 30 years using the principles of the USA Hockey American Development Model, which focuses on skills development and age-appropriate instruction.
This program is meant for boys and girls born between 2008-2016 who have some skating experience and now are ready to learn hockey and skating skills. The program ensures new players have fun while developing their hockey skills, and we introduce age-appropriate half-ice games near the end of the season to help put the skills they learn into action. Players are required to wear full hockey equipment and have a stick, and will be grouped with comparably skilled players to build their confidence and hockey ability.
Program features: 2 weekly practices Saturday and Sunday mornings from October-March; jersey and socks
Tuition: $499


Opened: 03/25/2022

Open to: Boys & Girls
born on or before: 12/31/2017

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