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Waterloo Day - A day of learning for everyone!
Submitted By Dianna Clark on Monday, September 2, 2013
Huntsville Minor Hockey is proud to present Waterloo Warriors Hockey Day in Huntsville. The event will take place on Saturday, September 14th 2013. 

The event is put on in conjuction with Huntsville Minor Hockey and the Waterloo Warriors Men's Hockey Team. The focus of the event is to develop the players and the coaches of HMHA and cap it off with am evening game showcasing Canadian University Hockey as the Waterloo Warriors take on the Nipissing Lakers at 7:30pm at the Don Lough Arena.

The days events are as follows:

Jack Bionda Arena
8:00am - 9:15am - Atom Rep & AE Clinic
9:25am - 10:40am - Peewee Rep & AE Clinic
10:50am - 12:00pm - Bantam/Midget Rep & AE Clinic

Don Lough Arena
8:00am - 9:30am - Novice Rep/Novice Housleague Clinic
9:40pm - 11:00am - Atom Houseleague Clinic
11:10am - 12:30pm - Peewee Houseleague Clinic
12:40pm - 2:00pm - Bantam/Midget Houseleague Clinic

Waterloo University Campus Meeting Room
2:00pm - Coaches Clinic led by Head Coach Brian Bourque from Waterloo and Mike McParland from Nipissing University.

Don Lough Arena
7:00pm - Warmup
7:25pm - Jack Pearse Rememberance
7:30pm - Puck Drop

All HMHA players are encouraged to attend the days clinics as the on ice clinics will be run by Waterloo Warriors coaches and players and will be a great chance for our players to interact with some of the best University players in Canada.  HMHA players will also receive a free ticket to that evenings game.

Coaches interested in the clinic are asked to RSVP to Craig Shaw - [email protected]

The event is put on in conjuction with Huntsville Minor Hockey and the Waterloo Warriors Men's Hockey Team. The events focus is to develop the players and the coaches of HMHA and cap it off with am evening game showcasing Canadian University Hockey as the Waterloo Warriors take on the Nipissing Lakers at 7:30pm at the Don Lough Arena.

The days events are as follows:

Jack Bionda Arena
8:00am - 9:15am - Atom Rep Clinic
9:25am - 10:40am - Peewee Rep Clinic
10:50am - 12:00pm - Bantam/Midget Rep Clinic

Don Lough Arena
8:00am - 9:30am - Novice Rep/Novice Housleague Clinic
9:40pm - 11:00am - Atom Houseleague Clinic
11:10am - 12:30pm - Peewee Houseleague Clinic
12:40pm - 2:00pm - Bantam/Midget Houseleague Clinic

Waterloo University Campus Meeting Room
2:00pm - Coaches Clinic led by Head Coach Brian Bourque from Waterloo and Mike McParland from Nipissing University.

Don Lough Arena
7:00pm - Warmup
7:25pm - Jack Pearse Rememberance
7:30pm - Puck Drop

All HMHA players are encouraged to attend the days clinics as the on ice clinics will be run by Waterloo Warriors coaches and players and will be a great chance for our players to interact with some of the best University Players in Canada.

Coaches interested in the clinic are asked to RSVP to Craig Shaw -[email protected]
The event is put on in conjuction with Huntsville Minor Hockey and the Waterloo Warriors Men's Hockey Team. The events focus is to develop the players and the coaches of HMHA and cap it off with am evening game showcasing Canadian University Hockey as the Waterloo Warriors take on the Nipissing Lakers at 7:30pm at the Don Lough Arena.

The days events are as follows:

Jack Bionda Arena
8:00am - 9:15am - Atom Rep Clinic
9:25am - 10:40am - Peewee Rep Clinic
10:50am - 12:00pm - Bantam/Midget Rep Clinic

Don Lough Arena
8:00am - 9:30am - Novice Rep/Novice Housleague Clinic
9:40pm - 11:00am - Atom Houseleague Clinic
11:10am - 12:30pm - Peewee Houseleague Clinic
12:40pm - 2:00pm - Bantam/Midget Houseleague Clinic

Waterloo University Campus Meeting Room
2:00pm - Coaches Clinic led by Head Coach Brian Bourque from Waterloo and Mike McParland from Nipissing University.

Don Lough Arena
7:00pm - Warmup
7:25pm - Jack Pearse Rememberance
7:30pm - Puck Drop

All HMHA players are encouraged to attend the days clinics as the on ice clinics will be run by Waterloo Warriors coaches and players and will be a great chance for our players to interact with some of the best University Players in Canada.

Coaches interested in the clinic are asked to RSVP to Craig Shaw -[email protected]
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