New Year / Holiday sessions registration now open, News (Young Guns Hockey)

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New Year / Holiday sessions registration now open
Submitted By Peter Ferrante on Sat 11 26, 16
Hey There Young Gunners! (UPDATE)

Registration is quickly filling for next weeks New Year/Holiday sessions! we are almost sold out so please register now to avoid disappointment!

  • There are a few spots still available for some sessions.

  • Spots will only be reserved for those who pay for all sessions. 

  • Please reserve your spots as soon as possible by registering through website.

  • Full equipment including mouth guards is mandatory.

  • Waiver forms are required to be filled out and signed prior to first session.

  • The sessions will be made up of foundation hockey skills training. This will consist of drills that will emphasize power skating, puck handling, passing and shooting

    Look forward to seeing you at the rink!


Can't wait??..... >>TO REGISTER CLICK HERE<<

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