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FMH Clinics are now open for Registration
Submitted By Liz Bigelow on Friday, August 10, 2018

Register now for our Power Skating, Pick Control, Goalie & Checking Clinics



2018 - 2019 FMHA Clinics 
 


 
Puck Handling/Power Skating - $40.00 – Two sessions - 1.5 hr sessions each

Join us for on-ice clinics that incorporates fundamental skating with edge work, puck handling and hockey skills designed for players who really want to improve all aspects of their hockey game.  Clinics are first come first serve.   Friday Sept 21st and Friday Sept 28th run by John Boultbee.

- Session 1 (Novice & Atom) 5:30-7pm both dates

- Session 2 (PeeWee, Bantam & Midget) 7-8:30pm both dates 


Conditioning Clinics - $40 - Two Sessions - 1.5 hr sessions each

Join us for on ice clinics designed to get skaters back into game ready shape.  Clinics focus on conditioning with skating and puck carrying drills. Tuesday Sept 18th and Tuesday Sept 25th. 

- Conditioning Clinic 1 (Novice & Atom) 6:00-7:30pm Tuesday Sept 18th and Tuesday Sept 25th 

- Conditioning Clinic 2 (PeeWee, Bantam & Midget) 7:30-9:00pm Tuesday Sept 18th and Tuesday Sept 25th

  

GOALIE CLINICS - $60 - Two Sessions - 1.5 hour sessions each 

Frontenac Minor Hockey is dedicated to continue developing Goaltenders of all ages and levels. We will be offering Goalie Clinics throughout the year. These clinics will be instructor led sessions will teach basic fundamentals and help perfect goaltending skills through a series of on-ice drills. This is open to all ages & levels and we encourage players who might like to try the Goaltender position to attend. Only room for first 8-12 goalies who register.

Monday Sept 17th - 7:00-8:30pm
Monday Sept 27th - 7:00-8:30pm




CHECKING CLINIC (1 hour session) $30 - Friday Sept 21st 8:30-9:30pm - John Boultbee

We will be hosting a Checking Clinic. This is for Flyers Rep Bantam & Midget Players only. This clinic emphasizes basic checking skills and the importance of having players develop confidence, respect and an awareness of the checking process

 
 


Money will be collected at the door during clinics and must be paid before player goes on the ice.

To register please send players information including; name, date of birth, age level and which clinic you would like to participate in (Power Skating or Skating/Puck Handling Skills) to [email protected].

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