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05-17-2010, 11:30 PM
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If he wants to play let him play, but don't let him burn himself out. Between June and September you should try to limit him to 1-2 sessions per week on the ice. For all you know, by time the spring season and hockey camp are done, he might not want to play for a while.

See if you can get him to play other sports, if only at a casual level. Soccer, lacrosee (all you really need to buy him is a stick) and swimming are all good ideas IMO. Again... don't push him into it if he doesn't want to. Introduce him to the sport and see if he wants to try it. If he enjoys hockey, he might almost certainly enjoy lacrosse.

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