Advanced Skills Development Summer I

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 7:10pm to 9:00pm

Slater Family Ice Arena
417 N Mercer Rd, Bowling Green, OH 43402

The first summer  Advanced Skills Development session begins June 25 at the Slater Family Ice Arena, in Bowling Green, OH.  Fifty minute classes on Tuesday evenings focused on puck handling and puck movement through rotating basic to advanced drills designed to develop the players' overall skill and ability.  This class is designed for All Star or Travel level skaters. Players should already have strong skating skills, prior to enrolling in class. Coaches may move participants between classes as needed.

  • Summer I session: June 25, July 2, 9, 16
  • Tuesday evenings
  • 7:10pm – 8:00pm, Mini-Mites & Mites
  • 8:10pm – 9:00pm, Squirt, Pee Wee, Bantam
  • Cost: $50.00
  • Participants looking to play on travel hockey or All Star teams and/or looking to work on advanced skills at a faster pace.
  • Full equipment required
  • Register for the 2019-2020 season age group
  • Must have current USA Hockey membership
  • Coaches reserve right to move participants between classes
  • One 50 minute lesson per week
  • week session on the Main ice

Registration information available at:  https://www.bgsu.edu/ice-arena/programs/hockey-programs/ice-arena-youth-hockey.html

For more information contact Joe Bernyk or the Newlove Pro Shop
Email: jbernyk@bgsu.edu
Phone:   419.372.2164 or 419-372-2264
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