Is it rude to practice where private lessons are being held on the ice?
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05-18-2010, 02:32 PM
Join Date: Jan 2006
Location: Lakewood CA
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What all do you want to work on? Do you want to work on stickhandling, skating, shooting or a combination of any or all of the above? If you want to work on a combinatoin maybe you could work something out with the goalie and coach that you do your skating/stickhandling stuff first and then your shooting. Your shooting practice could be on a live goalie which could potentially help both of you.
Another alternative is to ask management to put a few more nets out there and have the private lessons be done around the nets at center ice so the rest of you can have one or both of the zones.
I thought about that, but these goalies and players that take up the ice on public stick times are LA Selects kids who are trying to get into WHL or something and feel they own the establishment. So I'm not to sure if i will go auto bad terms with the coach and owners and end up burning a whole in the situation.
It should still be alright for us to play anywhere on the ice regardless of them being on the travel team right?
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