by Debra Harper, 2018-01-15T08:54:37-08:00January 15 2018, at 08:54 AM PSTCentennial High School Hockey Academy – Information Night
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News and Announcements
Centennial High School Hockey Academy – Information Night
The Parent / Player Information night will be held on January 31.18 for the upcoming 18/19 school year. Please see attached brochure for more details.
The document Centennial_Poster_2018.pdf was attached to this post.
8 Week Program (January 10th – February 28th)
On Ice Lead: ProAli Goaltending
Cost: $200 or $400 per team (max two goalies)
Planet Ice #2 (Wednesday) 4:45pm – 5:45pm Novice (H3/H4)
To register email email@example.com
All fees to be paid by e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org using password “hockey”
In H1-4 and Atom C, it is CMHA’s perspective that no player should have one position. This is a development and recreational program with an equal playing policy on the ice and in certain positions.
Coaches MUST rotate their player’s positions and each player should have an opportunity and be encouraged to have a turn through the goalie rotation.
In Hockey 4 we recognize that some players may be leaning towards one or more positions. At this point after Christmas coaches may shorten the rotation to 3 or 4 players. CMHA’s position is that goalies, need to learn to skate, and by narrowing down too quickly we limit the number of players moving forward in the higher divisions in this important division.
In Atom, players have started to identify themselves more confidently in the goalie position. We want to impress that skating and “learning the game” is still an important component of our Atom development program and goaltending in Atom C should also rotate through the players as much as possible. CMHA provides goalie gear to the teams for this reason.
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