Mandatory Body Checking Clinic for U14/U15, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Mandatory Body Checking Clinic for U14/U15
Submitted By Matthew Broga on Sunday, September 12, 2021
All U14 and U15 aged players (birth years 2007 and 2008) must attend the HMHA body checking clinic prior to attending tryouts. 

Please note that attendance is mandatory if attending tryouts. 

It is strongly recommended that players looking to "AP" to U14 & U15 Rep teams should also attend this body checking clinic. 

HMHA has partnered with Mota Elite Hockey Skills to offer this required Body Checking Clinic.


There is no cost for registered players.  


HMHA Body Checking Clinic Dates:

  • Monday September 20th 7pm to 830pm

  • Wednesday September 22nd 730pm to 9pm


To Register for HMHA's Body Checking Clinic - Click Here.   


Please note that a player’s attendance of an outside third party checking clinic will not be accepted

All players must attend the HMHA checking clinic prior to their first tryout.


Note - Goalies are not required to attend this training.


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