Power Skating Program Registration, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Power Skating Program Registration
Submitted By tonyh on Tuesday, August 9, 2016
POWER SKATING - $125.00 for 10 sessions. Register in Person Sept 7th and 14th 6-8pm @ Hespeler Arena

Hespeler Hockey, through the Hespeler Skating club, is offering its members Power Skating sessions. 

Dates and Times: 
4 – 8 years   Fridays  5:45-6:30   September 16 2016–November 18 2016 (10 sessions)

9 and older   Tuesdays 4:45-5:30 September 20 2016–November 22 2016 (10 sessions)

Cost: $125.00


This program is a fast paced one geared towards the development of Balance, Power, Agility, Speed and Endurance in order to enhance the player’s skills in game play and practice drills. 

All coaches are CanPower NCCP Skate Canada Certified. 

Sessions with Full Ice are offered to players registered with HMHA only.  FULL equipment is required (including mouth guards).

Hespeler Minor Hockey is proud to partner with the Hespeler Skating Club who has been teaching children in the community to skate for 47 years.


To learn about the Hespeler Skating Clubs other programs please see their website at www.hespelerskatingclub.com

If you have any questions please contact our development director at [email protected].


Let’s Power it up!

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