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PMHA Skills Program
Submitted By Pat Graham on Monday, September 16, 2019
PMHA received positive feedback on the Specialty Skills clinics that PMHA ran last season and as a result, we are going to offer and expand on this program for the 2019/20 season.

PMHA will be offering a number of clinics (both full ice and half ice) that will be focused on the following:
  1. Shooting
  2. Developing Defencemen
  3. Power Skating and Puck Skills
  4. Goaltending
Clinics will be run on a rotating basis starting on Saturday September 21st with Shooting and Developing Defencemen clinics.  The Shooting clinic will run from 12-1pm and the Defencemen clinic will run from 1-2pm.  All clinics will be station based focusing on the skills related to that particular session.
Registration for the clinic will be on a first come first serve basis and will be able to accommodate the first 24 kids for full ice clinics and 12 for the half-ice sessions.
To Register, please email '[email protected]'
Cost to participate is $5.00 per session and is payable on the day of the clinic. 
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