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Submitted By Michelle Brown on Sunday, February 23, 2020
In order for our up and coming Minor Bantam Nighthawks to play safe, our Director of Development has arranged for Body Contact Clinics. These sessions are FREE for all 2007 players who plan to attend Rep Tryouts in April.

This group of players who will be playing Rep hockey next season will be embarking on their first year of body contact and we want to make sure that they are prepared!

Our Development Provider: Dennis Sicard will be running these clinics which will teach the players about accepting body contact, making contact and most importantly how to maintain safety for themselves and their opponents.

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FREE Sessions
will run on the following dates:
Tuesday March 31st
630pm  A-I
730pm  J-P
830pm  Q-Z

Wednesday April 1st
6pm  A-I
7pm  J-P
8pm  Q-Z

Saturday April 4th 
4pm  A-I
5pm  J-P
6pm  Q-Z



*Every player is expected to sign up in advance for minimum of 2 sessions on different dates
*They can sign up for a max of 3  
*Sign up according to last name (ie, Last name Smith can sign up for the "Q-Z" sessions)

Please find the sessions that work for your player and email our Director of Development; Adam Holzmann to secure your space.
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