ENMAX Pond Hockey Returns
Lethbridge, AB - Pond Hockey by ENMAX Energy brings mentors and hockey celebrities into Alberta communities, creating memories and helping to keep the Canadian winter tradition of pond hockey strong.
The grassroots Pond Hockey program matches atom level players aged 9 to 10 with their local heroes from the Western Hockey League. The kids have the opportunity to participate in a fun and educational evening of skills, drills and shinny with players from the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Canes players will lend their expertise and help lead drills and games with the hockey facilitators. The event will kick-off at 6:00pm on Monday, February 3rd at Nicholas Sheran Arena (401 Laval Blvd West).
This season, ENMAX Energy Corporation's popular children's hockey program will visit close to a dozen communities throughout Alberta, teaming up with the Hurricanes, Medicine Hat Tigers, Calgary Hitmen, Calgary Flames, Red Deer Rebels and Edmonton Oil Kings.
The Lethbridge Hurricanes will participate in another Pond Hockey event in Pincher Creek, AB on Tuesday, February 4th.
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