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KMHA Player Development Sessions
Submitted By Chris Lyndon on Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Development Sessions for Novice, Atom, Peewee and Bantam

Development Sessions for Novice, Atom, Peewee and Bantam

NEW FOR 2016/17 - Development Sessions will be age appropriate structured skill based centre training as designed by Derrick Burrows and led by dedicated instructors!

 

To reserve one of the 32 available spots for each age group in the 2016/17 sessions you MUST email Chris Lyndon, KMHA Technical Director: [email protected] with the following details:

1) Player name
2) Age group

Cost to participate in the Development Sessions is $50, with cheques payable to KMHA the night of the first skate!

Sign up will be on a first come, first serve basis.

Development sessions will be advanced in nature for each age group and will not be geared for first time skaters / players.

A KMHA executive member will be stationed at the arena front entrance to ensure each player is on the pre-registered list and to collect all fees PRIOR to going on the ice for the first time.

In the event that you are unable to pay the first night (team is playing elsewhere) then payment is to be dropped off into the KMHA drop box (cash calendar box) at the bottom of the stairs at the Davidson Centre.

 

Three (3) goalies per age group will be are welcome at no charge but still MUST register via email prior as outlined above to [email protected]
 
Novice (NEARLY FULL) and Peewee (OPEN) Development sessions will begin on October 11th in Tiverton.

Atom (HALF FULL) and Bantam (OPEN) Development sessions will begin on October 18th in Tiverton.


For future dates please refer to the KMHA website Calendar under the Development tab.

 

Chris Lyndon

KMHA Technical Director


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