Can my player still play Spring Sports?

The CT Breakers program is “Spring Sport Friendly”. Over several years we’ve consulted with parents & coaches to determine the ideal times for practices, and our tournament policy requires no predated commitment from players.

Are the coaches listed for my team actually my on-ice coach for practice?

Yes. Many programs list coaches that will never be on the ice with your player. Our staff is comprised of dedicated, reliable, and professional coaches who have been assigned their team to coach & develop.

Which program is the CT Breakers affiliated with?

The CT Breakers is an independent program and welcomes motivated players from all youth travel programs. Historically Breakers teams have been comprised of players from Darien Youth Hockey Association, Midfairfield Youth Hockey, New Canaan Winter Club, Stamford Sharks, Greenwich Skating Club, Ridgefield Amateur Hockey Association & many more.

Is CT Breakers the right program for my player?

The Connecticut Breakers teams are intended for motivated youth travel hockey players looking to add an “extra season” towards their development. We understand that the start of the spring hockey season often coincides with local travel team tryouts and that some players interested in Breakers may be unsure of their travel team status at the time of registration. This is especially true for incoming Mite players who are aging into travel hockey this upcoming season as well as house league players with travel aspirations. Call us (203) 968-9000 x 14 or Email Us and let us help you decide if Breakers or one of our other programs is right for you.

What other opportunities for my player are there?

Twin Rinks spring programming offers the largest variety of skill clinics for all ages & ability levels. Our extensive spring offerings are unmatched by any other Connecticut program. These additional offerings include:

  • Total Skills Clinics – Powered by THD & Chris Gragnano
  • Weekly Shooting, Stickhandling & Powerskating Clinics
  • Victory on Ice with Victor Baryshevstev
  • Advanced Development with Chris Furtak
  • Friday Night Pond Hockey
  • More info on clinics here

What does the CT Breakers program offer my goalie?

CT Breakers goalies practice twice weekly with their teams, one of which has a goalie coach working specifically with goalies in a small group setting and 1 on 1 during team drills. On Sundays at 4:00pm CT Breakers goalies have a Goalie Clinic with the pro coaches from CT Crease.