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10-26-2013, 09:45 PM
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Adult beginner clinic/stick & puck

Hi--

New to Philly, and was wondering if anyone knew of any "stick & puck" sessions, adult beginner clinics, or good coaches for private lessons. Have been a huge hockey fan all my life, but just getting into playing, and can't commit to a weekly league.

Best of luck this season--sadly, looks like both of our teams could use it...

Thanks in advance.

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10-26-2013, 10:24 PM
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See if this is any help...

http://www.iceworks.net/index.shtml

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Not Philly area but awesome rink with stick and puck.

In Delaware.

http://www.thepondicearena.com/

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Not Philly area but awesome rink with stick and puck.

In Delaware.

http://www.thepondicearena.com/

I play here 3 times a week in beer league, i ocassionally do stick and pucks here to...the ice is crap but they do have a ton of ice times, and adult hockey camps....Riley Cote actually does clinics here every once and a while.

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See if this is any help...

http://www.iceworks.net/index.shtml
I play here all the time, it's a great facility. They have 4 rinks and a nice pro shop. If you want to start playing iceworks would be a great place to check out

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Thanks so much guys--much appreciated!

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Ice works is great in delco maybe 25 mins from the city

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It may be a hike but Ice Line in West Chester does an adult instructional league. The talent ranges from decent skaters to can barely skate. It's a great program, check it out.

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