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DMHA Player Development
Submitted By mike beaudoin on Mon 01 16, 23
DMHL is offering in an extra hour of development time Feb 3rd, 10th, and 17th for all player U8-U15. In addition to regular weekly league games and practices, the players who register for this program will be on the ice an extra hour focusing on skating, skills development and small area games.

Overview
DMHL is offering in an extra hour of development time Feb 3rd, 10th, and 17th for all player U8-U15. In addition to regular weekly league games and practices, the players who register for this program will be on the ice an extra hour focusing on skating, skills development and small area games.

Summary

A 3-week power skating, skills development and small area games for U8, U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14 and U15 running the first 3 weeks in February. The cost of the program is only $75 for 3 hours of instruction. If successful this will be a part of additional sessions provided in subsequent weeks.

Is there limited space in the program?
We will accept a maximum of 60 DMHA players. Depending on the number of sign-ups, players (25-30 players max per hour) will be slotted into the 1
st or 2nd hour and movement between hours may be made according to skill level.

Schedule
This program will run on Friday evenings 5-6pm and  6-7pm at J.L. Grightmire Arena and will be run by Pro Hockey Life Academy.

Registration through HCR, here https://account.spordle.com/ using your previous credentials (follow to Dundas, and "register now")

Note: For those signing up multiple participants, each player must be registered individually.

 
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