2018 Hockey Canada Skills Development Camp, News (West Northumberland Girls Hockey Association)

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2018 Hockey Canada Skills Development Camp
Submitted By Ryan Smith on Friday, September 7, 2018
WNGHA is excited to announce that Hockey Canada is to be coming to Cobourg, ON for a CO-ED P.D Day Skills Development Camp on Friday, September 28th! 

Hockey Canada’s Skills Camps offer participants a unique opportunity to develop their skills through two on-ice and two off-ice sessions.

This Hockey Canada Skills Camps is open to all players in Novice, Atom, Peewee, and Bantam currently registered in a minor hockey program (OWHA or OMHA).

Hockey Canada Skills Development camps have the following objectives:

- To develop / enhance the fundamental skills of skating, passing, stick handling and shooting.

- To create an opportunity for players to meet other players and develop friendships.

- To promote the FUN of the game.

- To teach the concepts of fair play, fitness, safety, team work and the importance of a positive attitude.

- To provide a memorable experience for all who attend.

Players will take part in two on-ice and two off-ice sessions that focus on passing, shooting, skating, puck control and most importantly FUN! 

Plus, each participating player will receive their very own limited edition Hockey Canada Skills Camp jersey. 

The event will take place at the Cobourg Community Centre located at 750 D'Arcy St. in Cobourg, ON.

Flyer: Hockey_Canada_Skills_Camp_-_Cobourg_-_18
 
Camp cost is $75. Click the link below for more information and to register:

https://event.hockeycanada.ca/EMS/Event.aspx?eid=c469cb7f-2c5f-4397-876f-cecb48111ebc&lang=en-US


For more information, please contact Shawn Davis at [email protected]

 

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