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Learn to Play is back for the 20/21 Season - Register Now!
Learn to Play: Session 1- 11/7/20-1/17/21

Our popular learn to play/house league is back for the 20/21 season!  Space is limited, regiser now!!

More details regarding updates to COVID guidance and protocols will be provided prior to the first session.

LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY - Session 1 - 11/7/20-1/17/21

11 weeks of practice and games for $180.00

This Program focuses on early-level hockey skills and skating for players between 4 and 12 years old.  No prior hockey experience necessary, though full hockey gear is required, and we strongly recommend a certain level of skating proficiency.

When & Where:

  • Saturday Practices -12:40pm and run for 60 minutes at Northstar Ice Sports Rink C in Westboro starting November 7th
  • INCLUDES ADDED BONUS! Cross Ice Mini Games every Sunday @ 8am at Northstar Ice Sports in Westboro in Rink C


  • Skates, ice hockey helmet with facemask (HECC Approved), shin pads, hockey pants, elbow pads, chest/shoulder pads, gloves and hockey stick are needed.


  • Register online at – click on the “Register Now” button on the top right
  • Session 1:  $180– Nov 7 through Jan 17
  • Session 2 will begin after session 1 and will run for an additional 11 weeks-we will have separate registration 

by posted 10/20/2020
Statement from FMC Rinks (Buffone, Navin, and others)

Please take time to read the update below provided by our FMC Rinks.  While this statement came from FMC, the CM Revolution Board is requesting that all players and families abide by all our rink's rules and regulations.  This is of the utmost importance for the safety of all.

Dear FMC hockey / skating participants and parents,

We want to again stress to you the urgency of complying with the state protocols for COVID-19. If you haven’t heard yet, the Governor of New Hampshire has shut down the state’s hockey and skating programs for two weeks while they develop new protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19 through the rinks (click here for the story).

While Massachusetts had issued extensive guidelines and protocols before the rinks were allowed to re-open, NH did not develop COVID-19 safety measures to the same extent and cases are now being traced back to the rinks.

Those safeguards are only effective if they are complied with fully and we are urging you once more to please make every effort to comply and assist us by reminding others when they are not complying or bring it to the attention of the rink supervisor. Our full SOP will remain on the FMC website with any additions and updates being posted as soon as they are announced. Please share the SOP located here as the most updated version and replace any older versions you may have shared, posted or otherwise distributed.

There was also a study released by CDC recently based on an incident that occurred in June at a rink in Tampa, FL. The CDC concluded that ice hockey was high risk for COVID-19 transmission. There were few if any safety measures in place and face coverings were not required at all in the facility. This incident and the subsequent report unfairly puts our sport in a bad light because the regulators and participants were not acting responsibly to mitigate the potential for spread of COVID-19.

As you know better than anyone, many families have invested a lot of time and money to keep their kids on the ice and a shutdown of the rinks or sport would be devastating to them. Please work with us to ensure that doesn’t happen and we can maintain a safe environment for everyone to enjoy the sport we love!

Thank you from all of us at FMC!

by posted 10/16/2020
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