FALL TRYOUTS – OFF SEASON FITNESS – INTERESTED – READ MORE, News, U18 (2004-06) OWHA #2704, A (Kitchener Minor Hockey)

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Submitted By Daryll Smith on Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Are you interested in trying out for us this season? Are you interested in off season information to keep you ready for fall tryouts? Please continue to read below.

My name is Daryll Smith and I am the head coach for the 2021 / 2022 Kitchener Lady Rangers U18 A team. We are a full “non-parent” coaching staff which includes a full-time goalie coach. While hoping that everyone in the hockey community has remained healthy, the coaching staff is preparing for the 2021 / 2022 hockey season. At this time we understand that tryouts will not begin until after September 1st and also appreciate that the season may still look different than those in the past BUT we also know that preparation for everyone is still the key to success.

Firstly, appreciating that no-one’s hockey season went as planned, the U18 coaching staff wanted you to know that because of players aging out at the U18 level and several others of those moving onto U18 “AA” hockey, that we have vacancies at all positions for those wishing to play U18 “A” hockey next season. If you are interested, we would like to hear from you and in return would be happy to send out some further information regarding our projected in-season plan including tournaments (an absolute uncertainty at this time), off ice training and testing, on ice testing, proposed budget etc.

Secondly, are you interested in some off-season information to keep you in shape and healthy heading into fall tryouts? Each spring, we send our team away with several packages to keep them going throughout the summer until we hit the ice in September. As that was not possible again this season, we would like to offer the packages to ANY PLAYER who wants to DO MORE to make THEMSELVES BETTER for fall tryouts. The packages include fitness (tabata, strength, conditioning), nutrition and recovery (stretching) as well as a weekly shooting program.

Our only stipulation is that if you request it, we expect you will use it.


If you have any interest in either of the above, please send me an email at [email protected].

Stay healthy, stay fit, stay engaged. The sport you love will return.

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