Developing Defencemen - Specialty Clinic, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Developing Defencemen - Specialty Clinic
Submitted By Kevin Mehlenbacher on Friday, October 20, 2017
Hespeler Minor Hockey in conjunction with the OMHA, the OHF and Hockey Canada will be hosting Developing Defensemen Coach Instructional Stream Clinic.

This Coach Instructional Stream clinic will take place on November 26, 2017 at the Hespeler Arena.  Start time is 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
Note - CSA Approved Helmet/skates/stick/gloves required for ice session.

Registration fee is $50 per participant. 

For more information or to register for the clinic, please Click Here.


The Coach Instructional Stream is a series of clinics that assists coaches and players to develop the skills required to play the game of Hockey.  These clinics are composed of in-class and on ice sessions and are facilitated by Instructors trained by Hockey Canada.

The focus of these clinics is to assist the coach in developing the knowledge and skills to teach and develop age appropriate skills (based upon Hockey Canada’s Long Term Player Development model).

This Developing Defencemen module carries a value of 5 PD credit points that can be used towards the renewal of Coaching Certification.
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