Taking Hockey Off the Ice and Into the Streets
Nashville Predators Hockey Rules Tour
Nashville Predators Hockey Rules Tour travels to schools within the Middle Tennessee area and aims to educate 1-6 graders on the fundamentals of Preds hockey and basic hockey skills. Elements may include street hockey games and equipment, skill stations, giveaway items and more. These educational fun-filled FREE clinics are conducted by the Preds Fan Development staff and provide a fun, safe way to introduce your camp to the sport of hockey and the Nashville Predators!
Hockey Rules Tour Dates:
1/7 J.E. Moss Elementary (Davidson County)
1/15 Chapman’s Retreat Elementary (Williamson County)
1/21 Whitten Elementary (Sumner County)
1/23 Harpeth Valley Elementary (Davidson County)
1/29 A.Z. Kelley Elementary (Davidson County)
1/30 Moore Elementary (Williamson County)
3/6 Johnson Elementary School (Williamson County)
The Hockey Rules Summerfest Tour is a free hockey education and interactive experience offered to middle Tennessee area sports camps from May to August. The concept is to create a setting where youth can be exposed to hockey in a fun, educational atmosphere. The street hockey clinics, geared towards campers ages 6 to 12, will focus on the basic fundamentals of hockey - stick handling, shooting and teamwork, and educates students on rules of the game and the importance of fitness through athletic participation. The Preds provide all necessary equipment and instruction at no charge.
Check back in August 2015 to request a Nashville
Predators Hockey Rules Summerfest visit at your camp.
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