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Skills & Scrimmage Programs

2019 SKILLS & SCRIMMAGE PROGRAMS

Program Overview:  The first 30 minutes of each ice session will focus on developing intermediate hockey skills.  The final 30 minutes will consist of an organized game.  2 teams will be formed and kept through the program. Program is limited to novice-intermediate skaters.  Advanced skaters will be removed from the program.  Open to men & women over the age of 18.

Equipment Required: Full equipment is required. Helmets with a Face mask/Visor is mandatory.  All players receive a FREE jersey and a one-time 20% discount on equipment in our Hockey Shops. 

Registration:  Program tuition is $199** and is limited to the first 30 skaters and 3 goalies.  Goalies play for free.  Sign up online or at either of our Hockey Shops.  No refunds will be given. Store credit may be offered on an individual basis.  For any questions on the SUMMER program, please contact Chrissy Rombkowski.

SUMMER SESSION Mondays
@ HOLIDAY TWIN RINKS RINKS
JUNE 3 8:00 - 9:15pm
JUNE 10 8:15 - 9:30pm
JUNE 17 7:45 - 9:00pm
JUNE 24 8:30 - 9:45pm
JULY 1 7:45 - 9:00pm
JULY 8 7:45 - 9:00pm
JULY 15 7:45 - 9:00pm
JULY 22 7:45 - 9:00pm

Only 10 Skater Spots & 1 Goalie Spot Remain

Game Guidelines

  • At the first night skaters will receive a FREE Adult Program jersey.
  • Games will consist of 90 second shifts. Horn will blow for line change. 
  • There will be 1 coach on each bench, 1 coach will act as referee, and 1 coach will be scorekeeper. 
  • Penalties will result in an immediate penalty shot. 
  • Checking is NOT allowed.
  • Fighting will not be tolerated.  Players involved in a fight will be removed from the Program and no refund will be issued.
  • We consider this program to be for players who have completed 1-2 clinics and are looking for the next step with some instruction and actual game play.  The scrimmage is an "organized pick up game" that will be supervised by our coaching staff.

 The focus of the game is to have fun in a controlled environment where winning is NOT the end result.  Coaches in any situation can alter the rules to ensure that this focus is being fairly applied