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Submitted By Pete Frehner on Monday, June 3, 2019
St. Marys Minor Hockey is pleased to once again offer the ROCK HOCKEY Skills Camp in 2019. The skills camp will run each evening from Monday, August 26th to Thursday, August 29th and is open to Minor Novice, Novice, Atom, Peewee, Bantam, Midget ages (based on 19-20 season).

The skills camp provides players with the chance to hit the ice to improve their skills and to get ready for the start of the hockey season and try-outs. Instruction and drills will focus on skating, shooting, passing and playmaking. Each ice time will be run by our head coaches and power skating instructors.

· Players must be registered with SMMHA for the 2019-20 season.

· The camp fee will be $65 per player.

· Players are guaranteed a total of 4 ice times organized by age/division.

· A healthy refreshment will be provided after each ice time.

· A ROCK HOCKEY jersey will be provided. Full hockey equipment is mandatory for each ice time.

· It is important to note that the skills camp uses a group skills approach so players won’t receive individual instruction or player evaluation.

Registration:

· A complete registration requires both the on-line form and e-transfer to be submitted. The fee must be received by INTERAC e-transfer through any Canadian financial institution using the email address: [email protected] (please indicate player name in transfer notes)

Rock Hockey Skills Camp 2019

· Register early as spaces are limited based on age groupings. As the skills camp usually sells out within the first few weeks, any registration request above the maximum will be placed on a waitlist and notified by email. Questions? Please contact [email protected]

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