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Join the Wolf Pack! - HOUSE LEAGUE DEVELOPMENT
Submitted By Denise McKinnon on Monday, October 3, 2016
ATTENTION ALL HOUSE LEAGUE PLAYERS TYKE TO PEEWEE.
Wolf pack is a great way for players of all skill levels to come out for some extra ice-time in a hockey school setting. Run by our DS coaches, a minimum of 7 hours of ice will include all aspects of hockey including skating technique, shooting and working on both individual and team skills. Sessions will be geared appropriately to age and skill levels ensuring players are always met with challenging but achievable goals. At $65 this is value second to none.  

Goalies are free;  please contact your division's DS coach for specific details.

For actual dates and times please refer to your division’s DS calendar from the Development Stream (DS) category site and look for “Wolf pack” entries. Register today and elevate your game!

These are great sessions to further enhance your house league practices as well as to gear up for Development Stream tryouts.

In the past, participants of these sessions have gone on to play Development Stream and REP. Spaces are limited and are first come first served. Online payment only. Tyke/ Novice wolfpack is separated into 2 groups of equal numbers of participants. You will be notified by email indicating which Nov/Tyke colour you have been assigned to.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN (OPENED OCT 5 AT 8:00PM).

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PLEASE REGISTER FROM A HOME COMPUTER (DESKTOP OR LAPTOP) AS THE REGISTRATION SITE MAY NOT BE MOBILE FRIENDLY!


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