Do you have a child interested in learning how to play hockey? Well, how does FREE sound?
The “Anaheim Ducks Learn to Play Program” offers first-time hockey players the chance to get on the rink in full hockey equipment for FREE during a four-week session. Your child will receive instruction on the basics of hockey as well as learn how to skate properly.
Participants in the “Anaheim Ducks Learn to Play Program” will be provided with an equipment bag, helmet, shin guards, hockey pants, elbow pads, shoulder pads, gloves and a jersey to be fully protected on the rink. The use of full hockey equipment not only gives participants the feel of what it’s like to be a hockey player, but also enables them to get use to skating, wearing all of the hockey gear. Equipment sizes are recommended for players under ten years of age.
The “Anaheim Ducks Learn to Play Program” is offered at the following Rinks locations. Some rinks already have waiting lists.
- Lakewood ICE (homeschool session available)
- Westminster ICE
- Yorba Linda ICE (homeschool session available)
- Corona Inline
- Huntington Beach Inline
- Irvine Inline (homeschool session available)
The Anaheim Ducks are also offering sessions in:
- San Clemente @ Shoot-2-Score
- San Diego @ KROC Center
- Carlsbad @ Icetown Carlsbad
For full details and to register your child, please visit http://ducks.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=63987
Adults! Are are you interested in learning how to play hockey too? Register for the “Anaheim Ducks Adult Learn to Play” program at http://ducks.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=85017.
Disclosure: This post is for informational purposes only. All points of view and opinions are my own. Photos copyrighted by the Anaheim Ducks.