Preds To Host Adult Hockey Clinic on November 10

Monday, 10.29.2012 / 2:00 PM
Jimi Russell  - Nashville Predators

With the growing number of adult hockey players in the Middle Tennessee area, the Nashville Predators are pleased to announce the first-ever adult hockey skills development clinic taking place on Saturday, October 20 at Bridgestone Arena.

The two-hour session is open to men and women who are at least 18-years old with less than five years of hockey playing experience. The clinic is structured in the same manner as the highly successful Get Out And Learn (G.O.A.L!) program, which focuses on the basic hockey skills and strategies for novice players. Sign-ups will be held online and is limited to 30 skaters and four goalies. All players are responsible for supplying their own equipment.

On-Ice Topics will include: Introduction to hockey strategy, skating techniques (starting, stopping, edges, etc.), stick handling (control, heads-up play) and shooting and passing.

Goaltender topics will include: Positioning, movement and puck-handling.

Staff: Stanley Cup winning player/coach Terry Crisp, legendary enforcer Stu Grimson, Preds Director of Hockey Operations Brian Poile, Preds Strength and Conditioning Coach David Good, Preds Video Coach Lawrence Feloney, Radio play-by-play announcer Tom Callahan and other Nashville Predators staff.

Who: Adult Hockey players – men and women (18+) with less than five years hockey experience (C League level or below)

When: Saturday, October 20 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

(Time includes: Preds facilities tour and an hour and half of on-ice instruction)

Cost: $50 – Price includes two tickets to a future Nashville Predators home game

*Season Ticket Holders will earn 1,000 Smashville Rewards Points

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