Morning Skills Sessions for U11, U13 & U15
Beginning Tuesday Jan 17 Ryan Rehill and Bill Hardy will be running morning skills sessions for U11, U13, and U15 players. To start, Tuesdays will be available to U11 and U13 players and Wednesdays will be available to U15 players. This schedule may change depending on player/parent interest at the different levels.
Ice times will be from 7-8 am both days. A maximum of 12 players will be able to sign up for these sessions which will include 30 minutes of power skate and edge work with Ryan and 30 minutes of puck skills, passing, and shooting work with Bill. Our goal with keeping the groups smaller is to ensure that we are able to give each player individual attention and instruction throughout the session.
A little about Ryan and Bill…
Ryan is the current Alberni Valley Bulldogs Assistant Coach. His playing career includes 4 years in the WHL for the Kamloops Blazers, was a 5th round NHL draft pick, and 4 years with the University of Alberta Golden Bears. Ryan is also a certified teacher and has years of experience teaching hockey skills to kids.
Bill played Junior and College hockey, has coached minor hockey from U11 to U15, and has head coaching experience at the Junior B and Junior A level.
Ice sessions will be $30 per player payable by cash or etransfer. Please email Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to register your child for one of the sessions. Please include your child’s name, which session you would like to register for (Tuesday or Wednesday), your child’s position, and chosen method of payment in the email. If registering for Tuesday please also specify whether your child is U11 or U13.
Spots for each session will be on a first come first serve basis. You will receive an email confirming your spot for your intended session. If you sign up and are unable to attend the session please let us know as soon as possible so that we can open your spot up to others. We will begin filling sessions for each week at 8 am on the Sunday before the sessions.