Ottawa Senator’s First Shift, News (Loyalist Township Minor Hockey)

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Ottawa Senator’s First Shift
Submitted By Paul Proderick on Saturday, June 29, 2019
The Ottawa Senator’s NHLPA First Shift is open to boys and girls ages 6-10*, who have not previously registered for hockey. This is a chance to learn about the game for those who are interested for the first time.   The Loyalist MHA registrar will check each name against the Hockey Canada Registry. As of August 29th there are 4 spots left.

*To be eligible to participate, children must be born between January 1, 2009 and March 1, 2014.

The Ottawa Senator’s NHLPA First Shift program is offered on a first come, first serve basis.  This makes the program open to all beyond our LTMHA boundaries. We encourage anyone wishing to participate in this program to register early as there are only 30 spots for this program at Loyalist. On line registration will continue until the program is full.  There are a few spots left!

Your child does not need any equipment to enroll. Each participant will be expertly fitted at our Welcome Event by Bauer staff and will take home all the equipment ready to start the Ottawa Senator’s NHLPA First Shift program. The $199 registration fee covers the 6 week program, player insurance, as well as head-to-toe hockey Bauer equipment. 

Our  Program will begin with a Welcoming Event Saturday October 19th 2:00pm at the Amherstview Community Hall,  108 Amherst Drive. This is not the Arena, the hall at the base of the Water Tower.  

On ice sessions will start on November 2nd at the WJ Henderson Arena at 10:00am. For further info: firstshift.ca or ltmha.com   By email [email protected]
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