King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey is a non-profit USA Hockey-registered community hockey organization for boys and girls from Norfolk, Plainville, Walpole and Wrentham, with a tradition dating back more than 40 years.

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Registration open for 50th anniversary 2019-20 KPW teams

Registration now is open for all players interested in participating on King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey teams during the 2019-20 season, the program's 50th anniversary.

KPW  is excited to announce plans for the 2019-20 season, which will feature a continued focus on skills development through partnerships with Pro Ambitions, Stop-It Goaltending and Goaltending Development Services; preseason boot camps for all full-season teams; and league membership at levels appropriate for all of our teams — all while again maintaining tuition at the same costs as 2018-19.

All players must register by April 1, 2019, and submit the initial tuition payment to be considered for a team, and all players who register will be placed on a team.

Players interested in the 8U Development Program, Instructional Program or Girls In-House Program can register now as well.

Highlights of the 2019-20 season include...

  • Players on full-season boys and girls travel teams at the 8U, 10U, 12U and 14U levels will receive more than 75 hours of on-ice training and play approximately 30 games over the course of the regular season.
  • Short-season 18U teams will play approximately 12 games, with two practices per week, to prepare players for the start of the high school season.
  • 8U Development Progam players will practice twice and play one half-ice game a week in KPW's in-house league, with 20-22 games over the course of the season.
  • Skater skills: All full-season travel teams will have 10-12 small-group skills sessions throughout the season with Pro Ambitions.
  • Goalie skills: Goalies on 10U, 12U, 14U and 18U teams will participate in goalie skills sessions with StopIt or GDS.
  • KPW will continue to practice out of rinks in Foxboro, Franklin, Norfolk and Attleboro, ensuring we have enough ice for all of our hockey needs and our families can have access to a variety of local facilities.

The tuition for most 2019-20 age groups has not changed from the 2018-19 season:

  • Instructional: $499
  • 8U Development and Girls In-House Program: $1,199
  • 8U and Girls 8U: $1,699
  • 10U, 12U, 14U, Girls 10U, Girls 12U and Girls 14U: $1,899
  • 18U and Girls 18U: $949

You also can find more details on 2019-20 program offerings and information on what you can expect from KPW.

Key dates for 2019-20 KPW season

Here are key dates to keep in mind to help plan for the start of the 2019-20 King Philip Walpole Youth  Hockey season:

  • Week of August 19: Practice begins for boys and girls U18 teams
  • Aug. 24-25: First games for boys 18U teams
  • Aug. 28: Welcome back night for all full-season teams
  • Aug. 30-31: First games for girls 18U teams
  • Sept. 5: South Shore Conference coaches' meeting (7:30 p.m., Randolph High School)
  • Sept. 7-8: First games for 10UB2 Red and 12UB2 Red teams 
  • Sept. 8: Checking clinic for all first-time 14U players (10:30-11:50 a.m., Asiaf Arena)
  • Sept. 14-15: First games for all other travel teams besides 8U
  • Sept. 21-22: First games for 8U travel teams
  • Oct. 20-21: Instructional Program and 8U Development Program begins


by posted 05/04/2019
Last day to order custom-branded KPW gear!!!



Today is the last day to order custom-branded gloves, pants and other apparel through Pure Hockey.

Time to replace your gloves and pants for next season? King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey is partnering with Pure Hockey to offer KPW-branded gloves and pant shells from Bauer, as well as other merchandise and apparel.

The store is available at, and all orders will be custom made and shipped directly from Pure Hockey. 

The gloves will come in senior, junior and youth models from 8 inches through 15 inches, and the pant shells will be available in senior and junior sizes, as well as in a goalie cut. Please note these pant shells are not a complete padded pant, but are meant to be worn over a protective girdle (such as this Bauer model from Pure Hockey). 

All orders must be placed by Sunday, May 5, so the orders can be completed in time for the start of the season.

by posted 04/21/2019
KPW U18 team wins South Shore Conference full-season championshi


The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey 18U team won the South Shore Conference full-season 18U division championship by beating Franklin, 3-0, Sunday night.

KPW went 13-1-4 during the regular season, finishing as the second seed just one point behind top-seeded Franklin (14-1-3), and opened the playoffs Saturday with a 10-0 semifinal win over the Seahawks to set up the championship game. KPW never trailed in the title game and held Franklin off throughout the hotly contested game.

Congratulations to our players, coaches and families!

by posted 04/01/2019
KPW Girls U8 team wins SSC group title

The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey girls U8 team — the program's first all-girls team to compete in a co-ed league — finished a remarkable season by beating WHK, 7-4, to win their South Shore Conference B2 Division group championship.

Playing with eight players against teams that often had nearly twice as many on their roster, the Girls U8 team began the season by going 9-1 in the Metro South Hockey League mite division before transferring to the South Shore Conference.

The Girls U8 team finished its SSC schedule as the sixth seed, and opened its group playoff with an 8-5 win over Tri-county, setting up the championship bout against WHK Sunday.

Congratulations to all our players, coaches and families!

by posted 04/01/2019
KPW 10UB team captures SSC championship

The King Philip Walpole 10UB team won the 2019 South Shore Conference championship


The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey 10UB team won the South Shore Conference 10UB Re division championship by beating top-seeded Falmouth, 3-0, Saturday afternoon.

KPW finished the regular season as the second see, and opened the playoffs by beating No. 7 Westwood, 7-4.

They then knocked off sixth-seeded Tri-County, 4-2, in the semifinals to set up the championship game against Falmouth.

Congratulations to all our players, coaches and families!

by posted 03/31/2019
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