Based in College Park, MD, the Wells Hockey Clinic is an instructional program dedicated to teaching the game of hockey, and the skills required to play it, to both kids and adults. The program's coaching staff currently has more than 50 years combined coaching experience and each of us have a life-long love of the game.
The Clinic, as it is now known, is broken up into three separate 6 week sessions:
Session 1 - Hockey Skating Skills
Session 2 - Stickhandling, Passing & Shooting
Session 3 - Hockey Team Skills
The New Season will begin in early November, 2010. Stay tuned to the blog for up-to-date info and announcements.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Adult Hockey Scrimmage and Charity Event

On Saturday, April 3rd at 9:00AM, Wells Ice Rink in College Park will host an exhibition hockey scrimmage. The scrimmage is open to current and past participants of the Wells and Tucker Road Adult Ice Hockey Clinics, to players skating in the College Park Hockey League (CPHL) and friends.

The scrimmage will be refereed and will consist of three 15 minute periods. As this is an exhibition, all stoppages in play will be explained by the referee, who will be calling a close game. There are already 2 goaltenders who have volunteered to play for this game, so we're set in net.

For skaters in the Tucker Road and Wells clinics and the CPHL, the cost will be $5. For all others, the cost is $20. Proceeds (after referee fees) from this event will go into an education fund for the daughters of George Dobson, the long time Wells Ice Rink Zamboni driver, Washington Capitals locker room attendant and friend who died of cancer last year.

Please feel free to pass this information on to anyone you feel may be interested. This should be a fun learning experience and a great chance to help George’s girls for their future. If you cannot play but would like to make a donation, please contact Wells Ice Rink at 301-277-0654.

Thanks, and see you there!

1 comment:

  1. There was a great turn out for this event. The scrimmage was very close and even ran into overtime. Close to $400 was raised for George's daughters education fund and thanks to the referee's for kicking in their fee to the girls fund.