HNB Female Skills Development Camps Coming to Quispamsis, Moncton, Grand Bay-Westfield, & Woodstock

For immediate release
February 1st, 2017
 
Hockey New Brunswick Female Skills Development Camps Coming to Quispamsis, Moncton, Grand Bay-Westfield, & Woodstock
 
Hockey New Brunswick will be offering female hockey players an opportunity to take part in a Hockey New Brunswick Skills Development Camp being held in Quispamsis (March 7), Moncton (March 8), Grand Bay-Westfield (March 9), & Woodstock (March 10).
 
The primary focus of the camp is centred around on-ice fundamental skills, with off-ice time scheduled for life skill enhancement in areas such as respect, fitness, and teamwork.  Off-ice fitness sessions are included involving games with team work and proper stretching.
 
Members of Hockey New Brunswick will be on-site to assist with on-ice, as well as off-ice sessions.
 
The Hockey New Brunswick Skills Development Camps are designed for Novice, Atom Peewee and Bantam female players and have the following objectives:
 
To develop/enhance the fundamental skills of skating, passing, stick handling, and shooting.
To create opportunity for players to meet other players and develop friendships.
To promote the fun of the game.
To teach the concepts of fair play, fitness, safety, team work, and the importance of a positive attitude.
To provide a memorable experience for all who attend.
 
The camp will be $20/player.  The first 70 players registered will be accepted.
 
Players who attend the camp will receive:
 
2 – 60 minute on-ice sessions
Team building session
Fitness session
Hockey New Brunswick Practice Jersey
Gatorade Water Bottle
Lunch
 
To register for one of these camps please click the links below:
 
Quispamsis:                CLICK HERE
 
Moncton:                   CLICK HERE
 
Grand Bay-Westfield:            CLICK HERE
 
Woodstock:                CLICK HERE
 
For more information on this camp please contact Mike Gillingham @
Phone: (506) 453-0864
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