SKILLS CLINICS - FALL SESSIONS, News (LaSalle Minor Hockey Association)

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Attention: Novice/Atom/PeeWee Players and Goalies Looking for Extra Ice to Master Your Skill?

LMHA is happy to announce that it will able to offer 3 separate Skills Clinics. The Clinics will begin the week September 3, 2017 and finish the week of December 17, 2017. The cost for each Skill Clinic is $12.50/skate. There will be a limited number of spots available for each clinic. At this time only full duration sign up is being offered. There will be NO WALK ONS. With our growing Association, extra ice time was not available at the Vollmer so LMHA had to secure ice at Adie Knox and South Windsor Arena. Please check closely when selecting the Skill Clinics. Below is a list of each clinic noting time and location.

To register, please click on the link below and fill in all required fields. Please use a regularly checked email address, all communication will be sent by this method and the website.

Skills Clinic #1 – Location : Adie Knox Rink Arena “A” – Tuesday’s 5pm to 6pm
14 Skates Total – No Ice October 31 & November 28
Total Cost $175

Skills Clinic #2 – Location : Adie Knox Arena Rink “A” – Thursday’s 5pm to 6pm
16 Skates Total
Total Cost $200

Skills Clinic #3 – Location : South Windsor Arena Rink “A” – Friday’s 5:15pm to 6:15pm
15 Skates Total – No Ice December 8
Total Cost $187.50

On Ice Help Wanted!
On ice instruction for players will be headed up by Proven Performance Hockey and goaltending instruction will be provided by Impact Goaltending. Additional on ice help is important to help each player receive the most out of each practice session. If you would like to be a part of the development process please contact the Technical Skills Director at [email protected] .

You can register for a clinic, go to Technical Skills, Clinics, Skills Clinics #1, #2, #3 - Registration Form, or click here.



LMHA Skills Director

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