Women's hockey school in
Hamilton, ON

Hockey School Information

I attended the clinic last year and had a great
time.  The head instructor Paul McInnis is  Al McInnis' younger brother, and
he's a great guy.  He was a lot of fun and he helped my game a lot.

Hockey Skills For Women
Hamilton, ON

11 Hours of Professional instruction and hi-tempo on-ice drills will expose
players to skills and game concepts that are drawn from, to professional
levels of hockey.

Speed and powerskating, stickhandling, passing and shooting, and defensive
coverage instruction

Programs are designed to accommodate and provie a comfortable learning
environment for all skill levels, from beginners to the serious female
hockey player.

Session 1 - Held at Lawfield Arena 8-9 pm May 5, 12, 19, 26 June 1
                     Held at Chedoke Twin Pad Arena 8-9 pm June 8, 15, 22,
29 July 7, 14

Session 2 - Entire Session at Chedoke Twin Pad Arena
                     8-9 pm July 21, September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
                     8:30 - 9:30 pm July 28  August 4, 18
                     9:30 - 10:30 pm August 11, 25

11 Hours of instruction for $165

For more information contact Assistant Instructor Ken Herbolic (10 years
coaching experience in minor hockey, Level II NCCP) at (905) 387-1020.

[Posted by Emily Elliott (elliott@acglobal.net) to the women-in-hockey
computer mailing list.]

Additional Information

Submitted by:    Impact Hockey Clinic
For season:      1998 - 1999
City:            Hamilton, ON
Country:         Canada

Date submitted:  Mar 10, 1999 at 23:57

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