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11-28-2011, 12:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Cowbell232 View Post
The best thing you can do is find your local youth clubs and offer your time. Be involved with the programs at the rink and make yourself known to be a good person, who shows up when asked, and goes above and beyond.

The USA Hockey certs aren't usually an immediate requirement.
I wasnt thinking it was an immediate requirement as i was reading it. No offense to the guy above that mentioned it, but that seems to be how you get on the track of coaching teams that are the first step in kids professional dreams. I wanna coach a league where its basically just for fun. Like in the vein of signing your kids up to play soccer. Kids/parents get to know each other learn teamwork yada yada. If my son wants to play more serious when he gets older, cool. But hes only 5 now.

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