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THE ULTIMATE STRIDE

Bruce Thompson

306 536 2906

ultimatestride@sasktel.net

 

Dear: Parents/Coaches/Managers:

 

The Ultimate Stride is hockey’s explosive skating school. We have three camps in Saskatchewan and Manitoba: Regina (Cooperators), June 29 to July 3, 2019/ Yorkton, August 3 to August 7, 2019/ Portage, August 17 to 21, 2019. We are very pleased from the response we have received so far, and we expect that our camps will fill up early again this year. We hope that you will consider taking the time to forward our brochure information to your players and parents. We appreciate your help and wish you all the best this hockey season. Our brochure is attached to this email!

Etransfer is available: ultimatestride@sasktel.net

 

Our camp motto is: IF YOU CAN SKATE YOU CAN PLAY. Skating is the foundation for you as a hockey player.  The game is about speed, quickness, power, and agility along with being able to transition quickly and effortlessly forward to backwards, and backwards to forward. We will break the stride down and improve your skating technique through demonstration, repetition of specific skating movements which develop balance, speed, quickness, power and agility. Good luck this season and we look forward to working with you this summer.

 

Best Regards,

Bruce Thompson

 

7 KEY COMPONENTS FOR THE FORWARD STRIDE

Deep knee bend, and stride out at 45 degrees. Your back should be up right and at 50 to 60 degrees. Leg recovery is back to planted foot and low to the ice (no wide striding, you will lose power and speed). Complete your stride with ankle flexion and toe extension (leg should be fully extended, no bend in knee). Stay low (knees always bent) and no up and down movement. Your arms move forward (push and pull) and no side to side movement.

 

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October 9, 2019

Memorandum
To: Minor Hockey Associations and Grassroots Official Coaches From: SHA Referee’s Division
Re: Grassroots Official Coach Seminar

Once again, this season the Saskatchewan Hockey Association Referee’s Division is reaching out to provide support for those who are interested, and willing work with grassroots officials through coaching and mentorship in their communities and surrounding areas. This area of the official’s program has come a long way in the past years and we look to continue finding those individuals dedicated to supporting and coaching officials.

We will be holding three Grassroots Official Coach Seminars throughout the province this and would like to invite at least one rep from all minor hockey associations to attend. Those who have attended a seminar last season are not expected to attend, but are certainly welcome.

The list of seminars includes:

Date
Sunday, October 27 Monday, October 28 Thursday, November 14

Time 4-7 pm 6-9 pm 7-10 pm

Community La Ronge Lanigan Arcola

Location
Pre Cam School
Lanigan Recreation Complex Prairie Place Hall

Address
600 Boardman St. 21 Downing Dr. 3706 Balmoral Ave.

Please click this link and sign up for the seminar you plan to attend: https://doodle.com/poll/h2r2fhrwsdwx7mtc

With these seminars we will review the best practices to be teaching to officials working minor hockey and/or senior hockey during tournaments, league play, playoffs and provincial games. As well, we will discuss key areas of focus for official coaches, how to deliver and complete the coaching and online forms, how to receive payment through the grassroots zone budget, as compensation for your hours of work with officials and answer questions some of you may have.

If you require more information, please contact one of your Zone Coordinators or Trent Cey.
Sincerely,
Lyle Wilhelm Trevor Norum Trent Cey
Head Officials Coach Referee-in Chief Manger, Officiating Development

 
                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

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Sask First 2019-20

Good Morning all - just a reminder that our Sask First Registrations are now open to all age eligible players. If you could please forward to email onto any players in your MHA or League that might be interested it would be appreciated.

 

We have four Sask First programs:

 

Bantam Male(2005)

https://sha.sk.ca/players/saskfirst/male/saskfirst-male-bantam

Deadline to register is November 15, 2019

 

Midget Male (2004, 2003, 2002)

https://sha.sk.ca/players/saskfirst/male/saskfirst-male-midget

Deadline to Register is January 17, 2020

 

Female U16

https://sha.sk.ca/players/saskfirst/female/saskfirst-female-u16

Deadline to Register is January 17, 2020

 

Female U18

https://sha.sk.ca/players/saskfirst/female/saskfirst-female-u18

Deadline to Register is January 17, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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