New York Rangers Youth Street Hockey Program presented by Coca-Cola, Get the Ball Rolling

The New York Rangers and Coca-Cola have partnered with the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, Boys & Girls Clubs, NYC PAL, YMCA, and HeartShare to launch the sixth season of a free program to provide indoor youth hockey instruction for more than 3,000 New York City youth this year. The newly expanded “New York Rangers Youth Street Hockey Program presented by Coca-Cola, Get the Ball Rolling” includes additional NYC Parks & Recreation centers, Boys & Girls Clubs, and YMCA locations along with new NYC PAL locations increasing the number of program centers to 60 across the Tri-State.

Over the course of the season participating youth are offered free hockey instruction and tips on the importance of exercising and eating a balanced diet. The weekly scheduled clinics that begin in December run through the end of January, will educate and inspire hundreds of kids throughout the New York City region and engage them in a healthy, active lifestyle this winter. The program culminates in early spring with a tournament on the Intrepid Museum pier involving all the groups.

The hockey clinics will focus on introducing youth to the sport of hockey and teaching them the importance of exercising. Sports instruction will focus on individual skills, team participation, and fundamentals of the game such as passing, shooting and stick handling.

All participants will receive:

  • An official jersey
  • Basic hockey skills playbook
  • Weekly basic skills instruction
  • Access to street hockey equipment

In addition, select youth participants may be awarded a free trip to attend a New York Rangers game at Madison Square Garden as part of the Rangers "Youth Hockey Night."

Program Locations

The New York Rangers and Madison Square Garden Signature Partner Coca-Cola have partnered to provide an opportunity for children to learn and participate in the sport of hockey. Through the partnership and an expansion of introductory programs with NYC Parks & Recreation, the Boys & Girls Clubs, and YMCA’s more than 2,500 youth across the Tri-State will be provided the opportunity to participate, be active and exercise in a comprehensive recreational program focused on promoting healthy, active living.

Manhattan, NY
Alfred E. Smith Recreation Center
(212) 285-0300
80 Catherine Street
Manhattan, NY
Chelsea Recreation Center
(212) 255-3705
430 West 25th Street
Manhattan, NY
East 54th Street Recreation Center
(212) 754-5411
348 East 54th Street
Manhattan, NY
Gertrude Ederle Recreation Center 533 West 59th Street
Manhattan, NY
Hamilton Fish Park E Houston St, Stanton St, Sheriff St, Pitt St
Manhattan, NY
Highbridge Recreation Center
(212) 927-2400
2301 Amsterdam Avenue
Manhattan, NY
William J. Duncan Center 552 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
Armory Center 216 Fort Washington Avenue (corner of 169th St)
New York, NY 10019
Harlem Center 441 Manhattan Avenue (corner of 119th St)
New York, NY 10019
Brooklyn, NY
McCarren Play Center
(718) 218-2380
776 Lorimer Street
Brooklyn, NY
Sunset Park Recreation Center
(718) 965-6533
43rd Street & 7th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
I.S. 218 Beacon 370 Fountain Avenue
Brooklyn NY 11208
Brownsville Beacon 985 Rockaway Ave
Brooklyn NY 11208
Sheepshead Bay Cornerstone 3679 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn NY 11229
Surfside Gardens Cornerstone Program 2947 W. 28th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11224
McKinley I.S. 259 Beacon Program 7301 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11228
Bronx, NY
Lucille Palmaro Clubhouse
(718) 893-8600
1930 Randall Ave
Bronx, NY
Boys & Girls Club Castle Hill Unit
(718) 828-4518
625 Castle Hill Ave
Bronx, New York 10473
PS 304/MS101 2750 Lafayette Avenue
Bronx, New York 10473
Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club
Throggs Neck Unit

(718) 824-9090
550 Balcome Avenue
Bronx, NY
Frederic R. Coudert Clubhouse
(718) 975-0788
1835 University Ave
Bronx, NY 10453
Hunts Point Recreation Center
(718) 860-5544
765 Manida Street
Bronx, NY
St. James Recreation Center
(718) 822-4271
2530 Jerome Avenue
Bronx, NY
St. Mary's Recreation Center
(718) 402-5155
East 145th Street & St. Ann's Avenue
Bronx, NY
West Bronx Recreation Center
(718) 293-5934
West 172nd Street
Bronx, NY
  Williamsbridge Oval 3225 Reservoir Oval East
Bronx, NY
  Owen Dolan Recreation Center 2551 Westchester Ave
Bronx, NY
  Webster-Giannone Center 2255 Webster Avenue
Bronx, NY 10457
  P.S. 47 1794 E 172nd St
Bronx, NY 10457
Queens, NY
Al Oerter Recreation Center
(718) 353-7853
134-40 Fowler Avenue
Queens, NY
Lost Battalion Hall
(718) 263-1163
93-29 Queens Blvd. & 62nd Street
Queens, NY
Sorrentino Recreation Center
(718) 471-4818
1848 Cornaga Avenue
Queens, NY
Roy Wilkins Merrick Blvd. (between 115 Ave., 116 Ave., and Baisley Blvd.)
Queens, NY
  Edward Byrne Center 116-25 Guy Brewer Blvd.
Jamaica, NY 11434
  Goldie Maple Academy Beacon 365 Beach 57th Street
Arverne, NY 11692
Staten Island, NY
Faber Park Field House
(718) 816-5558
1275 Richmond Terrace
Staten Island, NY
Greenbelt Recreation Center
(718) 667-3545
501 Brielle Avenue
Staten Island, NY
I.S. 49 / Carter Center
(718) 727-6040
101 Warren Street
Staten Island, NY
PS 18 221 Broadway
Staten Island, NY
PS 13  
Goodhue Children’s Center 304 Prospect Avenue
Staten Island, NY
Port Richmond Center 26 Sharpe Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10302
P.S. 78 100 Tompkins Avenue (between Broad & Hill Streets)
Staten Island, NY 10302

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please e-mail or call our hockey hotline at (212) 465-6553. We look forward to seeing you on the ice. Let’s Go Skate! and Let’s Go Rangers!