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Our Youth hockey skills clinic is designed to help players of all skill levels improve their skills and take their game to the next level. Led by experienced coaches, trainers, and grassroots players, the clinic will cover a wide range of skills including stickhandling, shooting, passing, and skating.

The clinic will be structured around a series of drills and exercises that are designed to help players develop the specific skills they need to succeed on the ice. In addition to these drills, the clinic will also feature scrimmages and other game-like situations to give players the opportunity to put their new skills into practice. 

The three components that will be a priority are the following: 

  • On-ice training: Offering on-ice sessions with experienced coaches, focused on skills such as skating, stickhandling, shooting, passing, and game strategy.

  • Off-ice training: Providing off-ice training sessions such as strength and conditioning, nutrition, and mental skills development.

  • Eligible ages for Indigenous Youth Hockey Clinics: 6 - 12

Evaluation: To measure the success of the clinic, we will gather feedback from players and coaches, track players' progress, and compare their performance before and after the clinic.


By offering grassroots or high-level instruction and training, we hope to help young hockey players develop their skills and reach their goals as players whether you're a beginner looking to learn the basics or an experienced player looking to fine-tune your skills, this clinic is sure to help you reach your goals.

Here is an example of what a Youth hockey skills clinic schedule might look like:

  • 1:00pm: Welcome and introduction to the clinic

  • 1:15pm: Warm-up skating drills

  • 2:00pm: Stickhandling drills

  • 2:30pm: Shooting drills

  • 3:00pm: break

  • 3:15pm: Scrimmage

  • 4:00pm: Guest lecture from Hockey Indigenous

  • 4:15pm: End of the clinic

This is just one example of how a hockey skills clinic could be structured. The specific activities and schedule will depend on the age and skill level of the participants, as well as the goals of the clinic.


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