Pembroke Youth Hockey (PYH) is an organization for boys and girls ages 5 to 19 years old from Pembroke and the neighboring towns, including Halifax and Plympton. A member of both Massachusetts Hockey and USA Hockey, PYH is comprised of teams which compete

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Updated Sept 5, 2022 - the initial schedule is linked to PYH site. Everyone can see the 3v3s on their schedule regardless of they are signed up for it or not.  We just want everyone to know it is an option in addition to Friday nights.  See schedules on PYH site and Bog Jr High League site.  Have a great hockey season (and school year) and work hard on and off the ice!



The Pembroke Middle School teams are run through volunteers in our community to make sure the hockey players of Pembroke and surrounding towns have a chance to play the game with one another before high school.  The school district does not run these teams.  

2022-2023 Season will be two Middle School teams that will participate in the Junior High Bog League in Kingston.  This league is comprised of local teams that participate at a few different levels.  This league is challenging and competitive for our players.  Teams will play in approximately 20 games on Friday nights at the Bog between 5-9pm (sometimes at Rockland Rink) plus playoffs from Sept 2022 through March 2023.

The Middle School program also added a 3 vs 3 development component, for more information click here.

Tryouts (run by PYH current and former board members) for team placement will be held Aug 14 and 21 - Hobomock Rink 2 in the mornings.  

Coaches will be announced ASAP.  Please let us know if you have any interest in coaching.  Email

***Full season cost is $650 (discounted to $1050 if also joining the Titan-Laker Middle School 3v3 program $550 standalone). Goalies are $250 discounted to $350 if doing both. Does not count toward PYH season 3rd registration discount.

***Available to all 6th, 7th, 8th Graders, boys and girls, in Pembroke and surrounding towns on the South Shore.

***This is NON CHECKING (but there is plently of body contact to gain puck possession).

***High School Rules (delayed offsides and icing on penalty kill is OK), with HS Officials used to help the kids adapt to that style of play.