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Old 08-09-2010, 12:01 AM   #1
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Hockey Schools for Beginner Adults

Any hockey schools someone can recommend?
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Old 08-09-2010, 12:13 AM   #2
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do you know how to skate or are you looking to learn that as well?
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I am able to skate, although not the greatest. I have been skating for almost half a year.
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Do you have all the gear? Take a power skating course at 8 Rinks first and then consider an actual hockey class after that.
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yep - I have all the gear. Any places you can recommend after power skating courses?
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8 Rinks has both power skating and intro hockey courses for adults. It's pretty affordable if you ask me: http://www.icesports.com/burnaby8rinks/adult.aspx

Britannia also offers programs for adults... it costs a bit less but it's not as good. I didn't learn much, if anything, from their programs so I'm rather biased here.
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