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Oakville’s Hockey Development program is dedicated to training young players at recreational and competitive levels. Our group of knowledgeable, experienced and dedicated instructors focus on individual skill development and offer young players a competitive edge.
These programs are consistently re-evaluated and developed so they are fun, yet challenging, to help our students achieve personal success and gain confidence. Girls-only programs are offered at Joshua's Creek Arenas with all-female instructors.
Program offerings include:
After a long hockey season it's time to have some fun! 3-on-3 hockey is an exciting way to enjoy hockey year-round while keeping your skills sharp in game action. This league runs from May 6 to August 24, 2018 and is open to all skill levels. There are no practices. Full equipment is required.
Register individually or as a team! Goalies play for free. Contact Eric Beresford at email@example.com or 905-815-6177, ext. 7204 for more information about registering as a goalie or team. The team rate is $3,250.
The individual player rate is $350. Click on a link for program information and online registration: Tyke (ages 6-7), Novice (ages 8-9), Atom (ages 10-11), Pee Wee House League (ages 12-13), Bantam House League (ages 14-15), Midget House League (ages 16-17) and Midget Rep (ages 16-17).
Questions about the league? Interested in being a coach? Contact Eric Beresford at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-815-6177, ext. 7204.
OHD Hockey Skills programs are the perfect option for children who want to try the sport or are currently playing house league hockey. These classes provide three levels of ‘drills and skills’ instruction, HIGH FIVE® certified staff, and a ratio of one instructor per 10 participants on a full ice surface. Instructors emphasize personal achievement and participation.
The main goal of this five-week OHD shooter pad program is skill development for the house league player (ages 6-12). We begin by instilling good habits in isolated training, which creates a solid foundation for skilled puck handling and shooting.
The Goalie Pad program offers a unique, personalized approach to goaltender training in three levels. Participants work one-on-one with a qualified instructor in a controlled, structured setting. They will get a great workout combined with an intense learning experience. On-ice instruction covers technique, angle adjustments, balance, butterfly and stand-up styles, and rebound control.