After School Hockey Development Program

 
We are very pleased to bring Ollson Sports Group (www.ollsonsportsgroup.ca) to Aylmer for this year’s After School Hockey Development Program.  
John Ollson, a professional hockey player with over 30 years of hockey training experience,
has been working on innovative skating, stick-handling and shooting drills that will improve the skater’s ability. His focus is on game-changing skill development, through regular feedback for every player. John is well known throughout Canada for being one of the best teachers and a true hockey innovator.  His 30 plus years in the Hockey Business is testament to his success. It is truly a unique opportunity for your child to learn from one of the best.
Ollson Sports Group’s hockey clinics stress competitiveness and team work.  Every session is designed to get the player to the next level of competition.  The kids will practice with intensity and yes, they will have FUN.
 
Through proven drills and exercises with other players of a similar skill level, participants will perfect the habits needed to succeed at the competitive level this season and beyond.To protect the competitive nature of this program, all applications are subject to review. The target group is for kids currently playing competitive level (Atome and above).

Players competing at the House League “A” level this season MAY be eligible to participate, but will be evaluated during their first on-ice session to ensure that they are a good fit for the program. Any players that do not meet the minimum skill requirements will be withdrawn from the program.

 
Details:
 
Cost – $195 per 6 sessions credits
            or Drop ins – $39
 
Location: Duchesnay Arena
 
Time: 3:30 PM 
 
Available Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays –
 Pick from – Oct. 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, Nov. 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20 22, 27, 29, Dec 4, 6, 11 & 13.
 
If this program interests you, please register at jeff.lynt@gmail.com
 
Also, please let me know if you are interested in a car pooling program or if your child needs help getting from school to the arena.