Three of the bigger youth hockey organizations in Maryland are the Baltimore Stars, Howard Huskies, and Tri-City Eagles. Each club has a rink they use as their home for games, practices, and events. The cost of the youth teams varies, but is usually around $1000-$1500 depending on the club and division.
The Baltimore Stars are the oldest youth hockey organization in Maryland.Their home ice rinks are the Mount Pleasant Ice Arena and the Reisterstown Sportsplex.The Stars compete in the Chesapeake Bay Hockey League (CBHL) for travel and the Capital Corridor Hockey League (CCHL) for rec. Both leagues are mainly made up of teams from Maryland. The Stars offer travel and rec teams to boys and girls ages 4-17. The Stars also offer various skills clinics.
The Howard Huskies were founded in 1971, and are based in Howard County near Columbia, Maryland. Their home ice rinks are the Columbia Ice Rink, and the Laurel Ice Gardens, with the latter having four sheets of ice and being one of the main ice rinks for youth teams in the area. The Huskies are affiliated with the Columbia Association which runs the ice rink and many of the programs available there. The Huskies play in the CBHL and the CCHL and have boys and girls travel and rec teams for ages 4-17.
The Tri-CIty Eagles Hockey Association was founded in 1993 as an elite youth hockey organization. The Eagles home ice is the Laurel Ice Gardens along with a few other teams, but the Eagles are always the home team when playing there. The Eagles offer travel and rec teams in the CBHL and CCHL for boys and girls ages 4-17. Tri-City is the youngest of the organizations being in existence for a little over 20 years.
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