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3 on 3 Cross Ice

SKU: 3 on 3 $230.00

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3 on 3 Cross Ice is fast-paced, competitive, and fun

While hockey players are becoming faster and more skilled, the importance of in tight game play is increasing. For graduates of our Learn to Play program, this is your first chance to play in games! Participants will be placed on teams, given a jersey and socks, and will play cross-ice games against other players their age. Our organized 3 on 3 program teaches players a variety of necessary skills in order to excel and thrive in the skill-based era of hockey today. Whether beginner or advanced, cross ice game play develops the player’s ability to protect the puck, support the puck carrier, communicate with teammates, stickhandle in tight areas, shoot a quick release shot, play heads up hockey, and most importantly, have fun and compete in supervised gameplay. Each Sunday for 6 weeks, players will play three twenty-minute games. There are no slapshots or checking allowed and all players must be fully equipped according to USA Hockey rules. Equipment rental is available.

Due to Covid-19, space is very limited, so please sign up early! Registrations are now being accepted. All participants will be placed on a team. Jerseys and socks will be provided to all participants at no additional cost. Players will be grouped according to age and skill level. Teammates or buddy requests will be accommodated whenever possible.

Dates: Sundays - 5/16, 5/23, 5/30, 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 (schedule subject to change)
Time: 10:00-11:15am

Game 1 - 10:00-10:20am
Game 2 - 10:25-10:45am
Game 3 - 10:50-11:15am

All sales are final. In the event any practice is postponed or the ice facilities are temporarily shut down due to COVID-19 by state or local mandate/health directives, the practices will be paused and will resume when such restrictions are lifted. Any missed practices shall be added to the series so that all skaters will get the full number of practices originally anticipated.