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Another Inspired Player! Good luck in the upcoming Season!
Submitted By Rich Ciaravella on Thursday, August 30, 2018

With Labour day upon us, that means back to school and the start of another Hockey Season! 

We had some great summer sessions and wish good luck to all the players in the upcoming season!  We hope you can use your experiences at the summer session to springboard you to another great season!




A note from a first time Young Guns attendee:

Thank You!

Just wanted to send you a quick note to express how much I appreciate your program. Nathaniel had an awesome time attending your summer skates and I can see his confidence as well as his on ice intensity grow while attending your sessions.

Despite being the youngest and smallest kid on the ice, he was inspired by you and your staff to skate hard in every power skating drill and to battle hard during the 1 on 1's.

Thank you once again and have a great rest of the summer.

Frank


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