Times set for practices for women’s hockey

While there is still a need for more females to sign up for the resurrected women’s hockey team in Hazelton, a time and day has been given for practices.

While there is still a need for more females to sign up for the resurrected women’s hockey team in Hazelton, a time and day has been given for practices.

Tuesday evenings at 6 p.m. has been allotted to the team and there is high hopes that there will be solid turnouts. While some experience is an asset, it is not mandatory organizers say as the important thing is offering women in the Hazelton’s an opportunity to play hockey. There will be a $10 drop in fee for those who are not sure they can commit to a full season. However, it is the organizers hope that the earlier ice team will make it more feasible for many players who are also mothers. There will be at least two tournaments available for the team to travel to as well as the hope and intent to host a tournament during Christmas or in the new year. For more information or to sign up please contact Shannon at 778-210-0307 or email btnd@telus.net.

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