2006 Spring Team Skate/Tryout, News (Young Guns Hockey)

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2006 Spring Team Skate/Tryout
Submitted By Peter Ferrante on Tue 01 08, 19

Coach Pete here! I just wanted to announce that I will be the head coach for the 2006 Young Guns Spring team again this year!

There will be a skate/tryout this Sunday January 13, 2019 from 6 - 8 pm @ St. Andrews College - LaBriere Family Arena.

There will be a cost of $20 per hour ($40 total) to cover the cost of ice. (Please bring cash)


WE WILL ONLY BE ENTERING NON-CONTACT TOURNAMENTS. Unfortunately, There are teams out there that will be using the spring season to “practice” hitting; and without a governing body there are no ramifications for those teams/players that take things too far – I am not interested in having our players first experience with full contact being a bad one; or worse, an injurious one. (more info to follow we will be introducing checking at some practices and teaching the boys how to DELIVER AND RECEIVE contact)  

Pricing will remain much the same as last year  - should be roughly 675 or so which includes jerseys, socks, 2 (or more) young guns practice and skills development sessions and of course the three tournaments!  

Format will also be much the same as last year where we will be playing 2 local CANLAN tournaments and also in the Collingwood “away” tournament (which is really more for the parents anyway!!)     We will have the first hour of skills and drills, second hour scrimmage!   

Please feel free to reach out to 2006 players that would be a good fit for YG.  

The potential player :  
1) Currently plays or is capable of playing  AA/AAA level hockey
2) Is an overall good kid, has a great attitude and most importantly……. Is a good fit for this group – we are looking to have fun – we LOVE to win, but not at all costs  

Final roster announcement and more details to follow pending confirmations

See you Sunday! Any questions? please email Coach Pete @ [email protected]
or call 416.990.5677
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