Women's hockey school in
Toront, ON - Register before June 28th and recieve early bird discount!!

Hockey School Information

Prime Time Hockey is proud to present its first All-Girls hockey camps.  416-635-5656
Chesswood Arenas (Allan Rd and Shepard) 

These complete programs will place emphasis on edge work, balance, agility, quickness, and puck control.  Passing, shooting, scoring and puck protection are also areas that will be focused on thoughout the week.  As always, Prime Time will challenge each student to their maximum potential with our unique teaching methods. 

Ages 9-12 select, A, AA  August 12-16
Ages 13-16 select, A, AA August  19-23

8am - 4:45pm Monday through Friday

*4 hours on ice instruction daily *20 hrs per week
*Semi- private Shooting range instruction daily
*Fitness Training daily in a fully equiped gym

Our goal at Prime Time Hockey is to combine a competitive hockey school and excellent instruction with a fun week of hockey shared among friends and fellow teammates. 
-Annie Fahlenbock (Head Instructor, Full Scholarship and Captain of the University of New Hampshire hockey team)

$360 per week, $85 per day
**Register before June 28th and get discounted price of $325!
Maximum 28 girls per week to give each player the attention she needs.  REGISTER EARLY!  
Call: 416-635-5656  

Additional Information

Submitted by:    Prime Time Hockey
E-mail address:  annie@primetimehockey.com
For season:      2002 - 2003
City:            Toront, ON - Register before June 28th and recieve early bird discount!!
Country:         Canada

Date submitted:  Jun 12, 2002 at 09:55

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