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Openings Available for 99ers Second Shift
Submitted By Rob Symons on Saturday, October 9, 2021
Brantford Minor Hockey is pleased to announce the launch of our 99ers Second Shift program for the 2021-22 minor hockey season.

What is 99ers Second Shift?

99ers Second Shift is aimed at (but not limited to) graduates of our First Shift program, who have not registered for House League. Coaches will offer on-ice skill development sessions, continuing to develop our participants’ hockey skills, increase confidence, and nurture their love for hockey.

99ers Second Shift program includes:
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• Up to 20 on-ice sessions (50 minutes in duration) running Saturdays from October 9 to March 26
• High coach to player ratio
• Skill development expanding from First Shift teachings, with a strong focus on fun and positive reinforcement
• All sessions expected to be run at the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre
• Hockey Canada Insurance and Parent Respect in Sport certification included

Cost: $250 / participant

Please express your interest in 99ers Second Shift by completing our pre-registration form
for each participant at

BMHA will help guide participant families through formal Hockey Canada registration and
payment mid-September.

For more information, please contact Rob Symons at [email protected] or via phone/
text at 905-979-4705.
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