Pre-season Skills Sessions, News (Saugeen Shores Minor Hockey)

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Pre-season Skills Sessions
Submitted By JA Smith on Mon 08 15, 22
Hello SSMHA Hockey Families;

While we don’t want to rush the summer away too soon, its exciting that hockey season is right around the corner!

The SSMHA Return to Hockey Plan will be announced shortly, however in the meantime we are excited to announce that as part of our Development Strategy we will be offering 

a series of pre-season skills sessions designed to help specific skills/safety requirements for our SSMHA players. While not all SSMHA players are eligible for these clinics, not to worry, similar to last season, we will be running our “Preparation Program” again this season which is designed to help our SSMHA hockey players successfully transition back to the ice and offer some pre-skates prior to tryouts/evaluations starting.More information to come over the next few weeks!

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