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Ice Hockey Skill Development Combine
04/23/2016
Ice Hockey Skill Development Combine for High School Age Hockey...
Friday Night Mites are Back!!!
04/19/2016
Friday Night Mites!!!   Friday Night Mites are back!!!   Starting...

01/20/2016
Western Mass Bulldogs Hockey is back! Spring and Summer Teams...
 
Ice Hockey Skill Development Combine

Ice Hockey Skill Development Combine

for High School Age Hockey Players

with Len Quesnelle

When: June 27th - June 30th

Where: Stick Time Sports

 

Time: Morning or Afternoon

 

This 4-day program consists of 2-on ice sessions and 1-off ice strength & conditioning session per day. On ice sessions will be run by Len Quesnelle and consist of;

  • Skating
  • Puck Skills 
  • Good On-Ice Habits
  • Small Game Competition.

 

For more information and times please click here or visit nehf.net or feel free to call 413-687-2607.

 

*On-Ice sessions are limited to 6 Skaters and 2 goalies.

 


by posted 04/23/2016
Friday Night Mites are Back!!!

Friday Night Mites!!!

 

Friday Night Mites are back!!!

 

  • Starting May 27th, we will be bringing back our Friday Night Mite 3v3 Ice Hockey.
  • Teams will play (2) - 20 minute games each week
  • Teams will consist of 6 skaters and a goalie (minimum of 6 skaters)
  • Schedule TBD, expected start time between 5:30 - 6:30 every Friday (No games on July 1st)
  • Individual and Team registration options are open now!

 

To register as an individual or your team, click HERE

 

 

Any questions please call us at 413-301-6040 or email Nick at nick@sticktimesports.com


by posted 04/19/2016

Western Mass Bulldogs Hockey is back!

Spring and Summer Teams are open!

Go to www.westernmassbulldogs.com for more information and to sign up today!

 


by posted 01/20/2016
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