Pre-School & Initiation Program
|Initiation Program U7
Port Colborne Minor Hockey prides itself on our low registration cost,
smaller instructional groups, and regular ice times.
COVID-19: maximum number of participants allowed on an ice surface by the OHF stages
Social Distancing mesures will be in place.
Players, parents / spectators will be required to respect Public Health rules and regulations.
Covid-19 protocols will be posted once recieved.
- The program consists of one general practice on a set week night (likely Tuesday or Thursday)
- One session on Saturday morning at 8 am or 9 am at the Vale Health and Wellness Centre
(Occasionally the ice times may start at 7 am)
TOTAL ICE TIME
- Each child will recieve up to 2 hours of instructional time per week at the Vale Health and Wellness Centre.
However some dates are affected by Special Events, Holidays and Tournaments.
These dates have not been included in Ice allocation for this division.
- Approximately forty-seven (47) hours of ice time over the course of the season
This program is also referred to as Instructional with the emphasis on having FUN while learning basic skills.
The Pre-School Program has no pre-requisites.
Players will be taught skills from the initial stages of standing on skates, getting up using their sticks, to the basics of skating and small surface games.
The Initiation programs is a skill based program to introduce the game of hockey to our 4 to 6 year old players.
It is recommended that players be able to stand and move on their skates before entering this program.
Both the Pre-School and Initiation Programs focus on basic skating skill development and instruction through various games and station based activities.
In late December, players are initiated to the structure of a hockey game on a half ice surface or cross ice with an increase focus on positioning and the rules of the game.
This program prepares our players for the U9 -(novice) program.
Interested persons should contact RANDY HUGGINS, our house league director at their earliest convenience.
Because of the nature of the program, many on-ice volunteers are required to create station based activities.
Volunteers are required to have OMHA certification and a PRS.
Please contact Randy Huggins by Email for more information.