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Coaching Clinics a Success!!
Submitted By Rob Mckessock on Friday, September 21, 2018
After 5 successful coaching clinics, we have 63 coaches ready for the 2018-2019 hockey season! This could not have been done without the help of all the SHA players and a few Lady sting.

Some 100 plus players shared the ice to help these coaches. We had kids from novice to bantam hit the ice. Thank you to Jordan Skinner's Pee Wee  team , Sylvain Farley's Minor Bantam  team, Pete Bowen's Minor Pee Wee team, Derek Hayne's Minor Pee Wee team and all the other kids that came out with either their coach or parent. Lots of skills were learned on both sides of the whistle. Good luck in your 2018-2019 hockey season.
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