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06-25-2012, 07:57 AM
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Hockey development for adults?

I remember a while back there was a topic made about a hockey camp or development session for beginner adults I think it was at one of the universities or something. It looked really interesting and it was around $300ish.

Does anyone have the link to this site?

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Not university but Canadian Hockey Academy has some for adults. Power skating and such

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I think this is what you were looking for:

http://www.adulthockeyskills.ca/index.html

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I think this is what you were looking for:

http://www.adulthockeyskills.ca/index.html
That's exactly it. Thanks!

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I don't recommend it if you're new to skating.

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I don't recommend it if you're new to skating.
I'm not new to skating. I can skate forwards, backwards, crossover, stop (definitely favor one side) and sort of do backwards crossovers (mostly to one side.)

Is that ok? I've been skating my whole life I just never had the opportunity to play hockey beyond the pond growing up.

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I'm not new to skating. I can skate forwards, backwards, crossover, stop (definitely favor one side) and sort of do backwards crossovers (mostly to one side.)

Is that ok? I've been skating my whole life I just never had the opportunity to play hockey beyond the pond growing up.
Yeah that's cool. Lots of people ended up dropping out when I was there. If you can skate forwards, basic backwards skating and stop, you're good to go.

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