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Sep 24, 2017 | admin | 3723 views
Warm-up Skates
We are pleased to make available some warm-up ice times during our House League Evaluation weekend.


The cost is $5 cash and payment is required upon arrival at the Change Room door.

All sessions are at Chedoke on the Green rink. Full equipment is required.

SIGN-UP IS REQUIRED. Space is limited to 30 skaters and 4 goalies per session. 

Click the SIGN-UP link below for your division for Skater or Goalie.

Division When Skater Goalie
Novice/Atom Fri. Sept. 29, 5:30pm SIGN-UP SIGN-UP
Peewee Sat. Sept. 30, 4:00pm SIGN-UP SIGN-UP
Bantam/Midget Sat. Sept. 30, 5:00pm SIGN-UP SIGN-UP
 
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