Welcome to the Spring 2013 Timbits Session!
Our first Spring Timbits session will begin this coming Sunday, March 3, at 1pm. Please check in at the check-in desk located outside of rink A. If you need loaner equipment you can pick up a set there.
It is helpful to our coaching staff if you put your player's name on the front of their helmet (on a piece of tape) so that they can get to know your player by his/her first name.
The locker room assignments are located at the front desk of the arena.
Paul will be there after practice to go over equipment issues like stick height, skate sharpening etc. so please stay if you are new to hockey or have any questions.
For those new to Timbits:
Full hockey equipment is needed to go on the ice. If you are unsure, we will have a limited number of "loaner" equipment that you could use for the session. We will be handing out Timbits jerseys and socks when you come to the rink. We are currently short on sticks.
For those returning:
Thank you, you are set! Just check in at the check-in desk so we know you are here, and if you haven't already registered you can drop off or complete a Spring registration.
We look forward to seeing you soon, and starting your son or daughter in their hockey experience if this is your first Timbits session with us. We thank you for trusting them to us!!
If you have any questions, please feel free to give me a call at 248-474-3449. or email me at email@example.com
If you would like to bring a friend who might be interested in Timbits or hockey, please feel free to bring them to the session as well. We can let them use one of the loaner equipment sets for the day we have a limited supply on a first come basis.
Parents who would like to help out on the ice and start their hockey coaching experience are welcome. Please bring a helmet and skates if you are interested, and introduce yourself to the coach Paul Lubanski.
Paul has coached our Timbits for many years now, and we have fantastic reviews on him from our parents each year. He has coached all levels from instructional up through AAA and high school, is a lead instructor for coaches and writes a column for Hockey Weekly. Paul will give your skater an excellent start in hockey!