Moving forward with the season is obviously going to be different as we all adjust to the state, county, and city restrictions and protocols impacting individual rinks and clubs. CAHA will not allow any formal league activities to occur until all rinks in all areas are open- as a result, there are no in-person try-outs this season for any teams at any levels.
Hockey clubs are moving forward with optimism for some sort of season in the future. NorCal Hockey voted Tuesday, November 17th to move forward with rostering teams despite no-in person tryouts. The decision is to replicate the TIER programs and build team rosters through “digitally signing” players.
Players will register for free with a club to be considered for the team roster. Coaches will select players based on their experience with players as well as gathering information from other coaches and other clubs. Players will receive an invitation to digitally sign with a team.
Tier teams will complete digital signings after 5pm, Friday December 4th. And A/BB/B travel teams signings will be Friday, December 11th.
San Francisco Sabercats Youth Hockey Registration will open soon – stay tuned for more details.
We are working with NORCAL and CAHA to gather more details as the tryout dates soon approach. The Sabercats will share more information as we receive it.
Tier II (AA) Signings = Friday, 12/04/2020 after 5:00pm.
Travel A/BB/B Signings = Friday, 12/11/2020
Sabercats Youth Hockey
Board of Directors
We’re sad. Sad because we can’t be at the rink this Halloween, wearing our best scary/funny costumes, skating, snacking on slices of pizza, and enjoying the company of our hockey community. With the pandemic affecting families on many levels, your financial support can still make a significant difference for a player in the upcoming year. So we are pulling it together online this year, like everything else these days, because the needs are still there.
We launched our first ever Online Auction! Through this auctions, the Sabercats are stepping up effort to provide aid to players that might otherwise have to sit out from clinics, skills sessions and the (eventual) season. Hockey is for everyone and our goal is to get everyone back on the ice! We want to keep our kids skating, engaged and excited to be part of the Sabercata Family.
There are a number of way to participate
- You can bid on items donated by friends and family, and members of our community
- You can donate directly without bidding on any item
- Help fund a Feasibility Study to evaluate properties for a 2nd sheet of ice in San Francisco
All donations are tax deductible as we are a 501c3 organization.
Thank you for considering a gift!
We are excited to bring Sabercats hockey back to Yerba Buena! Due to COVID-19: social distancing, sanitation, and behavior guidelines recommended by the San Francisco Department of Public Health and USA Hockey have been fully incorporated. Commit to all three weeks (Monday-Friday evenings). No reduced day exceptions. Registration is initially limited to 2019-20 Sabercats In-House and Travel participants. Your child can not attend any other camps during the same time frame as Sabercats camp.
- 3-week hockey skills clinic
- Registration opens Thursday July 2nd @ 10AM
- Monday – Friday evenings
- Full Ice
- One hour per age group – 15 hours of ice time total
- Limit 12 players per session
- $675 per player for all 3 weeks
July 6th – July 24th
July 27th – August 14th | Click Here to Register
Schedule by age level
- 5:15 to 6:15 pm 10U
- 6:30 to 7:30 pm 12U
- 7:45 to 8:45 pm 14U
- 9:00 to 10:00 pm HS (16U/18U)
SFYHA Return to Play Guidelines:
- Take your temperature before coming to the rink
- If you have a 100+ fever stay home
- Must arrive fully dressed and ready to put skates on
- Must wear face mask in the facility at all times, not mandatory while on the ice
- Wash hands thoroughly before/after stepping on/off the ice and use hand sanitizer
- Use your own water bottle/food/equipment/gear
- Practice social distancing – 6 feet apart from others
- Keep all equipment and bags 6 feet apart including water bottles along the boards
- No hugging, high-fiving, touching, group celebrations or other interactions closer than 6 feet
- Must wear face mask in the facility at all times and mask is mandatory while on the ice
- Check with skaters how they are feeling — send any sick players/skaters home
- Ensure lessons and drills allow for social distancing at all times
- Disinfect cones and other training equipment between uses — coaches are the only people allowed to handle equipment
- Be responsible and lead by example
- Take your child’s temperature at home before coming to the rink. Please stay home if your child has a 100+ fever!
- Mask required during drop off and pick up
- Drop your child off at the door after completing screening questionnaire
- If your child is under the age of 11 and needs help tying skates, one parent may accompany the child to assist and must leave after tying skates. This parent must wear a face mask while inside the facility.
- Wash your child’s gear and clothing before/after each use
- Supply child with their own labeled water bottle, hand sanitizer, tissues etc.
- No spectating as no parents are allowed in the rink apart from the above specified.
All sales are final. If you need to cancel before, please contact us as soon as possible. We will give you a refund and give your spot to the first in line on the wait-list. Due to current city regulations we are only allowed 12 players per age group. If your group is full please sign up for the wait list.