Mandatory Body Checking Clinic for 2005s, News (Huron Perth Lakers)

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Feb 02, 2018 | kgibb | 1087 views
Mandatory Body Checking Clinic for 2005s
Per OHF policy, all players AND goaltenders entering Minor Bantam A, AA or AAA, must complete two Body Checking Clinics — one in the spring before tryouts, and a second follow up in the fall.


We will be running a Spring Body Checking Clinic in preparation for tryouts.  Two sessions are available.  The clinics will be hosted by Stratford Minor Hockey and the Huron Perth Lakers.  Each clinic consists of a Classroom Segment and an On-Ice Segment.  All 2005 players and goaltenders must participate in a clinic in order to be eligible to tryout this spring.  

Clinic 1: Tue April 10 (Classroom 7:00-8:30pm/On-Ice 8:30-10:00pm)

Clinic 2: Wed April 11 (Classroom 6:30-8:00pm/On-Ice 8:00-9:30pm)

Both the Classroom and On-Ice Segments of the clinic will be held at the William Allman Memorial Arena.  The Classroom segment will be held in the Upper Lobby.  
Players must sign in at registration desk upon arrival. There is no fee for this clinic. 
Per OHF, players AND goaltenders must attend; full equipment must be worn during the on-ice segment.
Registration will be capped at 35 per session — so please register early.

The LINK to register for the clinic is  https://stratfordminorhockey.com/Forms/2212/

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: Laurie Cossey ([email protected]) or Karen Gibb ([email protected])
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