What KMHA offers for Co-ed Hockey (Kitchener Minor Hockey)

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     KMHA Ice Pirates

  


The 
Kitchener Ice Pirates is a special needs hockey program, providing children and adults with developmental disabilities from across Waterloo Region the opportunity to participate in a hockey program that is tailored to their specific needs. Our participant's abilities range from new non-skaters to those on their way to becoming great hockey players. 

Players on the Ice Pirates gain a sense of fair play friendship, and an amazing sense of accomplishment as they improve their hockey skills. As part of this unique team, they improve their fine and gross motor skills as well as their understanding of acceptable social behaviour. Regardless of their ability on the ice, they all love coming to the rink, making new friends and participating in this great game of hockey!

JUNIOR ICE PIRATES- INTERMEDIATE/SENIOR ICE PIRATES-
FUNDAMENTALS ICE PIRATES- A player to learn fundamental skating and puck skills. The 5 basic fundamentals of hockey are; skating, passing, shooting, stick-handling and checking.


     4 on 4 Spring Hockey League
   


The league is offered from mid April to end of June for 10 weeks . KMHA will invite players from Initation to Midget to play 4 on 4 Hockey with their friends and fellow KMHA players.

Games will be scheduled on Monday thru Friday and will be between the hours of 5 and 9.

This will be a non contact league with an emphasis on fun and friendship.

All skill levels are allowed to register. Never had a chance to play with a friend from school because you are at a different skill level?...Well here is your chance!

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