Welcome to Cape Fear Youth Hockey

For questions regarding required equipment, our program payment plan, or our equipment loan program please call us at (910) 227-3586 or send us an email at

Positive Coaching Alliance Workshops

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.   
For Parents
September 13, 2022 @ 8:00 PM EST

Introduction to Youth Hockey Zoom for New(er) Hockey Parents

This Zoom is for parents interested in knowing more about the structure of youth hockey in the Carolinas, what you should expect from your experience as a parent, what types of skill development you should see on and off the ice, what coaching techniques will maximize your child's skills, expectations for coaches, parents, players as we Honor The Game, resources to get your questions answered, and more!  This is especially for first-time hockey parents and those who have players who have been playing for 3 or fewer years. Register in advance for this meeting at the link below.
For Coaches
September 19, 2022 @ 8:00 PM EST
Positive Motivation- Getting the Best from Your Players Workshop
This Zoom is for coaches interested in motivating difficult-to-reach players and underperforming teams, how to have “hard conversations” with players. ways to communicate “Receivable Criticism”, and giving players an “Emotional Tank Vocabulary” for use with themselves and their teammates.  If you attended the Double-Goal Coach workshop in the past, this workshop has all new material. Register in advance for this meeting at the link below.
For Parents
September 27, 2022 @ 8:00 PM EST
Second-Goal Parent Workshop
Everyone wants to win. That’s the first goal in sports. But in youth sports there is a second, more important goal: teaching life lessons through sports. In this workshop, sports parents learn why and how to focus on that second goal - how to assess your child's goals and desires in youth sports compared to your own, how to talk about practices and games and what they are learning, and how to focus on the ELM Tree of Mastery - Effort, Learning, and how to bounce back from mistakes. Register in advance for this meeting at the link below.

United Heros League

Did you know that if you are a military family, you can apply for a grant to offset equipment costs and association fees through United Heroes League? The Fall application season opens on 8/1 and closes 8/31 for a set number of sports – including hockey! 🏒

Project Hockey

Cape Fear Warriors receive an extended free trial of Project Hockey. Project Hockey is an app-based platform that provides off-ice player and goalie training to develop mental toughness, skills, and hockey IQ through daily videos, challenges, and drills.

It serves as a safe social media community to add friends, engagement, and encouragement. The app tracks the completion of challenges, drills, and development.

Project Hockey also sends rewards when achieving certain accomplishments (i.e. helmet stickers).

To check out the app click HERE

How To Dress A Hockey Player

If your child is new to hockey, USA Hockey has a guide to help you figure out all those pads!

The Cape Fear Warrior Family - other parents, coaches, and players - can also help to teach your player how to be ready for the ice.

USA Hockey's video on how to dress your hockey player.
How to Dress

Cleland Ice Rink

Although Cleland Ice Rink is on the Fort Bragg Army installation you do not need to be affiliated with the military to play for Cape Fear Youth Hockey Association.

All visitors should gain access to Fort Bragg through the All-American Access Control Point. Visitors should first park and enter the Visitor Control Center with the following information: valid state driver's license or ID (for all drivers or passengers over the age of 16), vehicle registration, and valid insurance information for the vehicle. After a pass is obtained you may be subject to a vehicle inspection before entering the installation.

(910) 396-5127

1606 Reilly St
Fort Bragg, NC 28307


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Give us a call

(910) 227-3586

This phone is monitored by a volunteer and will ring through to them between the hours of 9:00 am - 7:00 pm. If we are unable to answer, please leave a message and we will return your call.

Reach us by mail

P.O. Box 87981
Fayetteville, NC 28304