2015-2016 POWER SKATING/GOALIE CLINICS, News (Dorchester Minor Hockey Association)

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Submitted By Jeremy Rintjema on Monday, September 28, 2015
DMHA will again hold power skating clinics in Dorchester for this season. The power skating programs will run on Monday evenings beginning in October. Each clinic will require a minimum enrolment (see below) in order to offer the program. If you have any questions, or wish to register for power skating or goalie clinics, please contact Jeff Morrison at [email protected].

Tyke/Novice (5-6 pm).  Cost is $90.00 per player for all 8 sessions.  A minimum of 20 skaters will be required to offer this clinic. The instructor will be Mike Cormier.  The clinics will be held on the following dates:

  • October 19,26
  • November 16,23
  • December 14, 21
  • January, 11,18

Atom/Pee-Wee (6-7 pm).  Cost is $100.00 per player for all 8 sessions.  A minimum of 30 skaters will be required to offer this clinic.  The instructor will be Mike Ellis of Progressive Hockey Development.  The dates will be as follows:

  • October 19,26
  • November, 2,9,6,23,30
  • December 7


DMHA is also determining if there is interest in a goalie clinic.  A minimum of 10 goalies will be required to offer the clinic.  6 sessions are proposed at a cost of $125.00 per goalie.  The instructor will be Paul Gibson of Progressive Hockey Development.  The dates (5-6 pm) will be as follows.

  • Nov 2,9,30
  • Dec 7
  • Jan 4, 25 (alternate to December 28)

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