Super 6 Program (2010s), 2016-2017 (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Submitted By Player Development on Sunday, February 5, 2017 (1536 views)
As part of Essex Minor Hockey's development program, we would like to invite all our Timbit players born in 2010 to take part in our Super 6 program. This program is designed to provide extra development ice time to any players who will be moving up to the Novice division next season. Players will work on improving their essential hockey skills; skating, puck control and shooting to provide a solid foundation for many years of hockey.

Ice time will begin Monday February 13th @ 7pm on Libro Rink, and will run every week until the end of the season. Cost will be $5 -$10 per skate, depending on attendance. If you are interested in participating, please sign up HERE.

If you have any questions, please contact Tom Robson ([email protected]) or our Head Instructor Nick Diniro.
Please follow the EMHA Super 6 webpage attached below for updated information and schedule.

We look forward to seeing everyone on the ice

Tom Robson EMHA Player Development
Nick Diniro   Super 6 Lead Instructor

EMHA Super 6 Website
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