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Players continue hockey skills here - All levels welcome.
Ages 2 - 4
A Parent and Tot Hockey Program - Get on the ice with your little one for the first time and share their hockey experience - it could be parents, grandparents, a close friend or family member that attend with your little one.  And maybe it’s your first hockey experience too!  Each participant must have stick, helmet and skates.  Full equipment is optional.  Please note: Classes are adjusted to 40 minutes long for these sessions.
TOTZ
Ages 4 - 99
It’s never too late to learn the sport of hockey! We got you covered because MiniRinx is taught in small groups and you will be grouped with players of a similar level.  Get on the ice with the kids or without - it’s up to you!
PURE BEGINNERZ
Ages 7 - 9
For More Information Please Contact:    chantal@minirinx.com
    905.805.3507
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GET                  HOCKEY IN YOUR PENALTY BOX (oops…INBOX)

‘Great way to supplement your child’s hockey. My daughter(s) love the coach to player ratio. MiniRinx helped my old- est daughter make a novice rep team coached by a 2x Olympic champ.’
Hockey Parents

GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE

WHO PLAY HOCKEY

‘Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.’ -

Benjamin Franklin

 Programs

All programs are taught in Minirinx circuit-style training with a maximum ratio of 1:5.  Players learn in a small group for a highly interactive experience. Each group rotates to 5 different Mini ‘Rinks’ on the ice to learn hockey skills including: SHOOTING, PASSING, SKATING, STICK & PUCK HANDLING and SCRIMMAGE. All sessions are 50 minutes in length. Participants are expected to have at least a small amount of skating experience and to wear full hockey equipment* (*except TOTZ ).  For a more detailed answer about the skating level required please see our FAQ’s or contact us and we would be happy to help. Players are grouped according to skill level giving the player the confidence and ability to learn their skill but also the opportunity to progress and be challenged.  Each station adjusts the drill for the player group so that is both appropriate for their level and fun. Questions? Call or email direct or check out our FAQ’s page.
A Parent and Tot Hockey Program - Get on the ice with your little one for the first time and share their hockey experience - it could be parents, grandparents, a close friend or family member that attend with your little one.  And maybe it’s your first hockey experience too!  Each participant must have stick, helmet and skates.  Full equipment is optional.  Please note: Classes are adjusted to 40 minutes long for these sessions.
It’s    never    too    late    to    learn    the sport   of   hockey!   We   got   you   cov - ered   because   MiniRinx   is   taught in   small   groups   and   you   will   be grouped   with   players   of   a   similar level.      Get   on   the   ice   with   the   kids or without - it’s up to you!

GET                  HOCKEY IN YOUR

PENALTY BOX (oops…INBOX)

‘Great way to supplement your child’s hockey. My daughter(s) love the coach to player ratio. MiniRinx helped my oldest daughter make a novice rep team coached by a 2x Olympic champ.’ Hockey Parents

GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE

WHO PLAY HOCKEY

‘Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me

and I learn.’ - Benjamin Franklin

 Programs

All programs are taught in Minirinx circuit-style training with a maximum ratio of 1:5.  Players learn in a small group for a highly interactive experi- ence. Each group rotates to 5 different Mini ‘Rinks’ on the ice to learn hockey skills including: SHOOTING, PASSING, SKATING, STICK & PUCK HANDLING and SCRIMMAGE. All sessions are 50 minutes in length. Participants are expected to have at least a small amount of skating ex- perience and to wear full hockey equipment* (*except TOTZ ).  For a more detailed answer about the skating level required please see our FAQ’s or contact us and we would be happy to help. Players are grouped according to skill level giving the player the confi- dence and ability to learn their skill but also the opportunity to progress and be challenged.  Each station adjusts the drill for the player group so that is both appropriate for their level and fun. Questions? Call or email direct or check out our FAQ’s page.